BM in Performance - Instrumental Emphasis
|Chief performing medium||24|
|Second performing medium (four semesters)||4|
& MUSC 129
and Aural Skills I
& MUSC 130
and Aural Skills II
& MUSC 229
and Aural Skills III
& MUSC 230
and Aural Skills IV
|MUSC 523||Form And Analysis||2|
|MUSC 561||18th Century Counterpoint||2|
|History and Literature of Music|
|MUSC 113||Music in Context||3|
|MUSC 334||History of Music I||3|
|MUSC 335||History of Music II||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
3 credit hours of upper-division electives in music history or literature
|MUSP 307||Instrumental Conducting||2|
|MUSP 651||Advanced Conducting and Score Reading||2|
|Ensembles 1, 2||10|
|Select one of the following:||2|
|String Pedagogy: Violin and Viola|
|Special Topics in Music (for all other instrumental BM majors)|
|MUSP 300||Junior Recital||0|
|MUSP 400||Senior Recital||0|
|MUSP 105||Recital Attendance (specified number of recitals per semester for four smstr.)||0|
|Total Credit Hours||80|
See degree check sheets for specified ensembles.
Ensembles are counted by semester.
Note: All music majors must pass a piano proficiency examination.
Students in the BM in performance - instrumental emphasis program are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the program. The requirement can be met by completing a recital (MUSP 300 and MUSP 400) in their junior and senior year.