Student also selects 1 of the 6 following sequences and completes requirements

Student also selects 1 of the 6 following sequences

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Student also selects 1 of the 6 following sequences and completes requirements of that sequence. For students who select the Keyboard-Instrument, Voice-Performance, Classical Guitar Performance, or the Band and Orchestra Instruments Sequence, the requirements are: 3 semesters of 200-level Applied Music, a half (30 minute) junior recital, and a full (60 minute) senior recital. Music Composition Sequence: 8 hours in Music 205. Music 303 and 304. Electives to complete 68 hours. Keyboard Performance Sequence (Piano, Organ, Harp- sichord): 4 hours of Keyboard Pedagogy and Literature (MUS 330). 2 hours of functional keyboard skills and sight-reading (MUS 122.50). 4 hours of Accompanying (MUS 240). NOTE: This may be 4 of the 8 hours in Music performing organiza- tions required of B.M. majors. Electives to complete 68 hours. Voice Performance Sequence: MUS 127, 128, and 2 hours in Vocal Pedagogy and Lit- erature (MUS 330). Electives to complete 68 hours. Voice students enrolled in Encore must also participate in another choral ensemble. 2 semesters of Opera Practicum. Voice students enrolled in Opera Practicum must also participate in a major choral ensemble. Band and Orchestra Instruments Performance Sequence: 2 hours in Pedagogy and Literature on appropriate instrument (MUS 330). Electives to complete 68 hours. Classical Guitar Performance Sequence: 4 hours of Pedagogy and Literature (MUS 330). 2 hours of Guitar Fingerboard Harmony (MUS 215). 6 hours of Guitar Ensemble (MUS 139.85/239.85). 2 hours of Music performing organizations other than Guitar Ensemble. Electives to complete 68 hours. Music Therapy Sequence: A student who completes the requirements listed below, including a 6-month internship, will be eligible to take the Certification Board for Music Therapists, Inc. exam. The prospective Music Therapy student is encour- aged to contact the Director of the Music Therapy program in the School of Music before beginning course work. Music 291
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C F A 292 Core requirements: MUS 101, 102, 103, 107, 108, 167, 201, 207, 212, 216, 253, 254. One course selected from 213, 214, or 219. One course selected from 220, 221, or 222. 7 hours of Music Performing Organizations. 2 hours from the following: MUS 104, 105, 115, 116, 162. 8 hours of Applied Music Study. Sequence requirements: MUS 117, 118, 122.30, 126, 194, 294, 298.01 (4 hours), 340, 341, 360, 398 (2 hours); PSY 110, 213, 346, 350. 7 semesters of MUS 110 (transfer students must enroll in MUS 110 each semester on campus up to a total of 7 semesters). NOTE: A competency test is required in guitar and piano. Students whose major applied instrument is percussion, guitar, piano or voice are required to sub- stitute other group instrument classes (MUS 111 - 116 or 162) for the required group class representing their major instrument. ARTS TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM The Arts Technology Program leads to a Major in Arts Technology (B.A./B.S.). The Program is sponsored by the College of Fine Arts and shared by the Schools of Art, Music and Theatre. Specifics concerning admission to the Program may be found in this catalog under the heading, College of Fine Arts.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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