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Music Major Performance and Pedagogy (BM)


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  • Program Prerequisite: Audition required for admission to program.
  • Minor: Not required.
  • Grade Requirement: A grade of “C” or better in courses required for these majors (a grade of “C-” is not acceptable). Also refer to the general grade requirements for graduation .
  • Credit Hour Requirements: A total of 120 credit hours is required for graduation; a minimum of 52 credit hours is required within the major for the Bachelor of Music in Performance and a minimum of 58 credit hours is required within the major for the Bachelor of Music in Keyboard Pedagogy, Stringed Instrument Pedagogy, or Vocal Pedagogy. A total of 40 upper division credit hours is required (courses numbered 3000 and above); 18-28 of these are required within the major.

Advisement

Music majors should meet with an advisor prior to registration. For current advisor listing please refer to School of Music Advisors .

Admission Requirements

Declare your program of study (see Enrollment Services and Information ). All students in these Bachelor of Music programs must audition with the appropriate area head prior to admission to the program.

General Education

Refer to Degree and General Education Requirements  for Bachelor of Music requirements. NTM 1700  and LIBS 1704 TD  will fulfill the Computer Literacy general education requirement. PSY 1010  is recommended.

Refer to the School of Music policies and procedures .

Students in the BM and BME programs must be enrolled in Class Piano or private piano lessons until piano proficiency is passed. Students may not register for private instruction at the 3000 or 4000 level until piano proficiency is passed.

Major Course Requirements for Bachelor of Music Degree


Keyboard Performance Emphasis


Music Core (30 credit hours)


Complete the Music Core Course Requirements listed in the Department of Performing Arts .

Foreign Language


See Foreign Language Requirements  in the Music Area procedures and policies.

Vocal Performance emphasis


Music Core (30 credit hours)


Complete the Music Core Course Requirements listed in the Department of Performing Arts .

Additional Courses Required (minimum of 28 credit hours)


Foreign Language


See Foreign Language Requirements  in the Music Area procedures and policies.

Instrumental Performance Emphasis


Music Core (30 credit hours)


Complete the Music Core Course Requirements listed in the Department of Performing Arts .

Additional Courses Required (minimum of 22 credit hours)


Foreign Language


See Foreign Language Requirements  in the Music Area procedures and policies.

Keyboard Pedagogy Emphasis


Music Core (30 credit hours)


Complete the Music Core Course Requirements listed in the Department of Performing Arts .

Note:

Refer to the student handbook and course requirement handouts for specific Internship and Directed Reading requirements.

Foreign Language


See Foreign Language Requirements  in the Music Area procedures and policies.

Stringed Instrument Pedagogy Emphasis


Music Core (30 credit hours)


Complete the Music Core Course Requirements listed in the Department of Performing Arts .

Note:

Refer to the student handbook and course requirement handouts for specific Internship and Directed Reading requirements.

Foreign Language


See Foreign Language Requirements  in the Music Area procedures and policies.

Vocal Pedagogy Emphasis


Music Core (30 credit hours)


Complete the Music Core Course Requirements listed in the Department of Performing Arts .

Additional Courses Required (minimum of 32 credit hours)


Note:

Refer to the student handbook and course requirement handouts for specific Internship and Directed Reading requirements.

Foreign Language


See Foreign Language Requirements  in the Music Area procedures and policies.

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