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Unformatted text preview: AA-T in Music Major Worksheet Associate in Arts Degree in Music for Transfer Associate Degrees for Transfer (ADT) are designed to provide students a clear pathway to a CSU major and baccalaureate degree. Students may choose to complete the Associate in Arts for Transfer Degree (AA-T) or Associate in Science for Transfer Degree (AS-T). What a are the benefits for students earning a n AA-T an Musi Music sic si i degree? Guarran Guaranteed a teed admission with junior standing to the CSU ssystem, ystem, but not ot a particular campus or major. Priority rio iority admissions consideration to a local CSU campu campus us or to a program college rog o ram that is deemed similarr to your community co ollege major (this majors hiss priority does not guarantee admissions to specific m hi ajors or campuses). amp puses). Priority riorityy admissions adm d issions consideration takes into account many factors, faactors, including cluding your y ur major, major concentration, transfer campus, local yo lo campus (where where youu completed the majority of your units). Required transfer equired tto o complete no more than 60 units after trans sfe f r to earn a bachelor’s degree. ’ss d egree. Is the Music major similarr at my desired campus? CSU campuses consider a degree as “similar” when the respective campus has determined that a student ccan complete the general education and major require requirements for the degree in 60 units after transfer. For majors with concentrations (ex. Business Administration Administra with a concentration in Accounting) the combination of the “sim major and the concentration must be approved as “similar” to be eligible for priority admissions consideration. Plea Please consult with your Skyline Counselor. To determine if your degree is similarr visit: Please N Note: otte: If If your major is NOT similar at your inte intended end n ed campus: You may not ne need eed d tthe h courses outlined on the back he of this handout. t p Select major S lect the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) m Se and an nd desired campus. You may need tto o ta take kee aadditional d itional coursework not dd listed here. different You may need to takee d ififerent courses than those required for this major. majo or. College Consult with a Skyline C o lege Counselor for further ol information. Who will benefit most from earn earning rning an A rn AA-T Degree in Music? Who may NOT benefit from earning this degree?? This degree may not be the best option if you ar are re inte iintending in n end ndin ing in ng to transfer to a particular college or university that iiss NOT part of the CSU system. re inter This degree is primarily for students who ar are interested C U CS in transferring to a California State University ((CSU) campus with a major in Music or similar major. H However, other students can benefit from earning this d e eg degree. Please consult with your Skyline Counselor. Consult with a Skyline College counselor for further information about university admissions and transfer requirements. Continued on the back > To earn the AA-T in Music, you must: Complete the CSU General Education Breadth requirements. The IGETC (CSU) pattern is not an option for this major. MUS. 105 will be double counted (3 units) to meet general education requirement Area C1: Arts Complete the major requirements (24 units) - see below Complete 60 CSU transfer units (includes the GE and major requirements) Obtain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 This degree does not require the Skyline Associate Degree requirements Obtain a “C” grade or better for each course applied to the major Required Core Courses (20 units) Units MUS. 105 MUS. 106 MUS. 107 MUS. 108 MUS. 111 MUS. 112 MUS. 113 MUS. 114 MUS. 501 MUS. 502 MUS. 503 MUS. 504 Music Theory I Music Theory II Music Theory III Music Theory IV Musicianship I Musicianship II Musicianship III Musicianship IV Studio Lessons I (Applied Music I) (Offered Fall Only) Studio Lessons II (Applied Music II) Studio Lessons III (Applied Music III) Studio Lessons IV (Applied Music IV) 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Concert Band I Concert Band II Concert Band III Concert Band IV Jazz Band 1 Jazz Band II Jazz Band III Jazz Band IV Concert Choir I Concert Choir II Concert Choir III Concert Choir IV 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 LIST A: Select four units from the following (4 units) MUS. 430.1 MUS. 430.2 MUS. 430.3 MUS. 430.4 MUS. 450.1 MUS. 450.2 MUS. 450.3 MUS. 450.4 MUS. 470.1 MUS. 470.2 MUS. 470.3 MUS. 470.4 24 Total units required in major area Plus, CSU General Education for CSU requirements, and additional CSU transferable elective courses as needed to reach a total of 60 units. The IGETC pattern is not an option for this major. Advising Notes: Students are responsible for meeting all published deadlines for both the Associate Degree and the California State University (CSU). Students are strongly advised to meet with a counselor early in their education to discuss transfer to a CSU with an AA-T in Music. Note: Catalog rights for this degree begin with the 2014 - 2015 Skyline College Catalog. Requirements for this degree are subject to change. Students are advised to consult with the Skyline College Transfer Center to determine the recency of this handout. Recommended Course Sequencing Semester Course Course Course Before MUS. 100: Fundamentals of Music Sequence or equivalent Students who need MUS. 100 to prepare to enter MUS. 105 are recommended to take this course in the summer before they start the sequence of courses. First MUS. 105: Music Theory I Semester (Offered Fall Semester Only) MUS. 111: Musicianship I (Offered Fall Semester Only) MUS. 501: Studio Lessons I (Applied Music I) (Offered Fall & Spring Semesters) Second MUS. 106: Music Theory II Semester (Offered Spring Semester Only) MUS. 112: Musicianship II (Offered Spring Semester Only) MUS 502: Studio Lessons II (Applied Music II) (Offered Fall & Spring Semesters) Third MUS. 107: Music Theory III Semester (Offered Fall Semester Only) MUS. 113: Musicianship III (Offered Fall Semester Only) MUS 503: Studio Lessons III (Applied Music III) (Offered Fall & Spring Semesters) Fourth MUS. 108: Music Theory IV Semester (Offered Spring Semester Only) MUS. 114: Musicianship IV (Offered Spring Semester Only) MUS 504: Studio Lessons IV (Applied Music IV) (Offered Fall & Spring Semesters) Recommended Transfer Electives MUS. 202: Music Appreciation MUS. 204: Music History MUS. 290: Introduction to MIDI - Prepares students for computer music literacy requirements MUS. 301: Piano I - Prepares students for piano proficiency requirements Updated 11/02/2017 ...
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