May be elected as an interdepartmental concentration program
Music Concentration Program. A minimum of 32 credits are required, including:
- Music History and Musicology (MHM): one term of introduction to music (MHM 341 or MHM 342); two terms of instruction in the history of Western or World Music (MHM 345, 346, or the equivalent).
- Music Theory (MT): two terms of basic music theory (MT 137 and 238 or the equivalent) and one additional music theory course selected from MT 239/249, 240/250, 351, 371, 405, 406, and 473.
- Music Composition: Composition 221 or equivalent.
- Music Performance: a total of four terms of private instruction 150 and/or ensemble. At least two terms of private instruction are required. The general limit of 12 credits elected in performance that may be counted as part of a music concentration plan (non-LS&A credit) may be extended to 20 credits with the permission of the concentration advisor.
Students in the music concentration program may select the balance of their music courses in accordance with their personal interests. Students should acquaint themselves with graduate school requirements if they plan to do graduate work in composition, music history and musicology, or theory. The concentration advisor can assist students in arranging the best program in preparation for graduate studies.
Advising. A concentration plan is developed in consultation with and must be approved by the concentration advisor, Professor Travis Jackson. Appointments are scheduled at the Academic Advising Center, 1255 Angell Hall.
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