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):
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.