Instrumental Performance Major
Students may major in piano, organ, harpsichord, violin, viola, violoncello, double bass, harp, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, horn, euphonium, baritone, trombone, tuba, or percussion.
A student enrolled in this major normally takes two applied subjects, one a major (24-32 semester hours in the same applied area) and the other a minor (8 semester hours in the same applied area). Third- and fourth-year students must present satisfactory public junior and senior recitals as part of the requirements for the Instrumental Performance Major within the Bachelor of Music degree.
|Music Theory Core|
|MUS 101||Music Theory and Practice I||2|
|MUS 102||Music Theory and Practice II||2|
& MUS 202
|Music Theory and Practice III|
and Music Theory and Practice IV
|MUS 107||Musicianship I||2|
|MUS 108||Musicianship II||2|
& MUS 208
and Musicianship IV
|Advanced Music Theory||6|
|Music History and Literature Core|
|MUS 110||Introd Art Mus: Intl Perspect||2|
& MUS 314
|The History of Music I|
and The History of Music II 1
|Advanced Music History||6|
|Required Music Courses|
|MUS 242||Elements of Conducting||2|
& MUS 173
|Grp Instr Pno for Mus Major I|
and Grp Instr Pno for Mus Maj II
|Major applied music subject 1,2||32|
|Minor applied music subject 3||8|
|MUS 317||Intro to Piano Literature 4||3|
& MUS 432
|Piano Pedagogy I|
and Piano Pedagogy II 4
|Electives as needed to total 130 hours|
String majors will register for four semester hours of applied music in the first year; thereafter, string majors will register for three semester hours of applied music and one semester hour of MUS 267 in the second, third, and fourth years. Brass majors will register for three semesters hours of applied music and one semester hour of MUS 267 each semester for all four years.
Piano majors are required to complete only 6 hours of minor applied music.
For piano majors only. Other majors may choose four semester hours of electives.