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Requirements for Music as a Second Major (Bachelor of Arts OR Bachelor of Science)

Music Courses:

MUS 121 Music Theory 1 AND MUS 121L Music Theory 1 Aural Skills Lab
MUS 122 Music Theory 2 AND MUS 122L Music Theory 2 Aural Skills Lab
MUS 123 Music Theory 3 AND MUS 123L Music Theory 3 Aural Skills Lab
MUS 141 History of Western Music to 1750
MUS 142 History of Western Music from 1750
MUS 600 Music Colloquium
MUS 600M Master Class, lab for private lessons
MUS 601 Capstone Recital OR MUS 602 Capstone Lecture Recital
8 semester hours private lessons (primary instrument or voice)
8 semester hours of large ensembles
2 semester hours of secondary ensembles (MUS 402 Instrumental Jazz Ensemble, MUS 403 Flute Choir, MUS 404 Woodwind Ensemble, MUS 405 Brass Ensemble, MUS 406 Percussion Ensemble, MUS 407 Wind Ensemble, MUS 422 Chamber Singers, and/or MUS 442 String Chamber Ensemble)


What can you do with a Music degree?

Imagine yourself a music educator, performer in a symphony orchestra or opera company, college professor, symphony manager, or sales manager for a recording company.