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Music Industry Studies

Bachelor of Music with Emphasis in Music Industry Studies (124 hrs.)

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Freshman    
F
S
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUGN M103 Technology for Music Students
0
MUIN M100 Music Industry Forum
0
0
MUTH M102, 103 Theory I and II
4
4
MUPR M121 — 150 Applied Study
2
2
MUEN M100 — 106 Major Ensemble
1
1
MUPC M110, 111 Piano Class I and II
1
1
MUGN M110 Introduction to Music Industry Studies
3
MUGN M215 Music Technology
3
MUHL M106 Introduction to Music Literature
2
MATH A115 Introduction to Finite Mathematics
3
BA B100 Introduction to Business
3
ENGL T122 Critical Reading and Writing
0
3
     
16
17
Sophomore    
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUIN M100 Music Industry Forum
0
0
MUTH M202, 203 Theory III and IV
4
4
MUPR M121 — 150 Applied Study
2
2
MUEN M100 — 106 Major Ensemble
1
1
MUGN M250 or 350 Digital or Audio Recording
3
MUIN M210 Music Enterprises Cash Management
3
MUIN M205 Legal Issues in the Music Industry
3
CMMN A260 Introduction to Layout and Design
3
Common Curriculum  
0
6
     
16
16
Junior*    
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUIN M100 Music Industry Forum
0
0
MUPR M321 — 350 Applied Study
2
2
MUHL M306, 307 History of Western Art Music I and II
3
3
MUEN M100 — 106 Major Ensemble
1
1
MUPC M300 Essentials of Conducting
0
2
MUIN M305 Promotion in the Music Industry
3
Common Curriculum  
9
3
     
15
14
Senior    
MUPC M100 Recital Hour
0
0
MUIN M100 Music Industry Forum
0
0
MUPR M300 Recital Appearance
0
MUIN M410 Managing Music Enterprises
3
MUTH M308 or Commercial Arranging
2
MUTH M306 or or Orchestration I
MUJZ M107 or Jazz Piano and Theory
MU   Music Elective
1
MUGN M450 Multimedia Production
3
MUIN M450 Music Industry Senior Seminar
3
MUIN M475 Music Industry Internship1
3
Common Curriculum  
9
6
     
15
15
TOTAL: 124 cr. hrs.    

1 To be completed during final semester on campus or no later than six months following completion of all coursework.

* Students in all tracks of the Music Industry Studies program must demonstrate a basic content knowledge and functional proficiency at the end of the sophomore year. Those who lack proficiency will be advised to do remedial work or pursue other academic alternatives prior to registering for 300 and 400 MUIN courses. Competency at this "junior level" will be demonstrated by successfully completing all of the following:

1. C or better in all MUIN courses;
2. a comprehensive oral examination on content of the required courses (including Music Industry Forum)in the particular track as well as on opportunities and challenges in the evolving industry, together with reasonable and positive solutions; and
3. a well-written paper of 500 — 600 words and emphasizes the importance of ethics in the contemporarymusic industry.

Updated August 1, 2005