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Guitar Performance

Bachelor of Music - Guitar Performance (124 hrs.)

View Commom Curriculum Requirements

Freshman    
F
S
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUGN M103 Technology for Music Students
0
MUTH M102, 103 Theory I and II
4
4
MUPC M110, 111 Piano Class I and II
1
1
MUHL M106 Introduction to Music Literature
2
MUPR M129 Applied Study
2
2
MUEN M100 — 106 Major Ensemble
1
1
Common Curriculum  
6
6
     
16
14
Sophomore    
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUTH M202, 203 Theory III and IV
4
4
MUPC M210 Piano Class III
1
MUPR M129 Applied Study
2
2
MUEN M100 — 106 Major Ensemble
1
1
MU   Music Elective1
2
2
Common Curriculum  
6
6
     
16
15
Junior    
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUPR M300 Junior Recital/Recital Appearance
0
MUPC M402 Guitar Concepts III
1
1
MUPR M329 Applied Study
3
3
MUHL M306, 307 History of Western Art Music I and II
3
3
MUPC M300 Essentials of Conducting
2
MUTH M302 Counterpoint I
2
MUEN M307 Guitar Ensemble (Chamber)
1
1
MUPD M309 Guitar Pedagogy
3
Common Curriculum  
6
3
     
16
17
Senior    
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUPR M400 Senior Recital
0
MUTH M402 or M403 Form and Analysis I or II
2
MUTH M306 Orchestration I
2
MUPR M329 Applied Study
3
3
MUEN M307 Guitar Ensemble (Chamber)
1
1
MU   Music Electives1
8
5
Common Curriculum  
3
3
     
17
14
TOTAL: 124 cr. hrs.    

Crossover Semester for Guitar Majors

All students enrolled in B.M. Guitar Performance are required to take one credit hour of jazz guitar (one semester of one-half hour lessons) as part of their applied studies in classical guitar. These students are also required to take two credit hours (one semester of hour lessons) in classical guitar during the crossover semester. This crossover semester will normally take place in the junior year.

1 Music electives selected in consultation with adviser.

BACHELOR OF MUSIC

COMMON CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS

A. Composition Cr. Hrs.  
English (ENGL T122)
3
 
B. Philosophy
 
  1. Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL T122)
3
 
  2. Philosophy elective (PHIL)
3
 
  3. Philosophy elective (PHIL)
3
 
C. Religious Studies
 
  1. Introduction to World Religions (RELS T122)
3
 
  2. Religious Studies elective (RELS)
3
 
  3. Religious Studies elective (RELS)
3
 
D. General Studies
 
  1. Social/Behavioral Sciences
 
    a. World Civilization I or II (HIST T122 or T124)
3
 
    b. One other course (history, economics, psychology, political science, communications, or sociology)
3
 
  2. Humanities/Arts
   
    a. The Emerging Self (ENGL T125)
3
    b. One other course (literature, drama, visual arts, classical humanities, or modern foreign languages)
3
  3. Natural Sciences
 
    a. One freshman-level natural science course (T122)
3
    b. One other course (biological sciences, chemistry, computer science, mathematical sciences, or physics)
3
     
TOTAL HOURS 39

 

Updated July 26, 2005