Advisor: Dr. John Campbell

(Effective Fall 2002)
(Updated July 2009 and November 2011)

Fifty-eight hours required. Forty-five hours in Music, including MUS 111, 112, 126, 127, 211, 212, 316, 335, 336, 415, 422, 425, 426, 428; three hours chosen from 319, 412, REL 111, or 160 (organ), plus 302; plus an additional fourteen hours in applied music in one field, for a total of 58.  Participation in a primary ensemble is required for each semester of residence.  The piano proficiency requirement must be met, and a senior recital and written field test are also required.

Students must have 39 hours numbered 300 and above.  No more than 58 hours in music may be counted toward graduation.

The following are required (58 hours):

  • MUS 111-112 – 8 hours
  • MUS 211-212 – 8 hours
  • MUS 126 – 3 hours
  • MUS 127 – 2 hours
  • Applied – 8 hours
    • Total: 29 hours below 300
  • MUS 316 – 3 hours
  • MUS 335-336 – 4 hours
  • MUS 415 – 2 hours
  • MUS 422 – 2 hours
  • MUS 425-426 – 6 hours
  • MUS 428 – 3 hours
  • Applied – 6 hours
    • Total: 26 hours above 300
  • Church Music Elective – 3 hours

After the requirements in music have been fulfilled, 11 hours of courses numbered 300 or above must be taken outside of music.  Other upper division courses may be taken in your minor or general requirement areas.  Careful planning from the fall semester freshman year is of the utmost importance.

Curriculum Contract

Bachelor of Music degree

Suggested Four-Year Plan

B.M. – Even Fall Entry

B.M. – Odd Fall Entry