- Academic English Studies (ESL)
- Asian Studies
- Biochemistry/Molecular Biology
- Environmental Studies
- Ethnic Studies
- Exploration and Discovery
- French Studies
- Gender Studies
- German Studies
- Health Professions
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- Latin American Studies
- Mathematics/Computer Science
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- Political Science
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- Rhetoric and Media Studies (formerly Communication)
- Sociology and Anthropology
- World Languages
Prerequisites (may be waived by examination):
MUS 100 Pre-Theory
MUS 150 Music Theory I
A minimum of 48 semester credits, distributed as follows:
Forty hours from the following:
Music Theory and Composition:
MUS 200 Music Theory II
MUS 250 Music Theory III
Music History and Literature:
MUS 162 History of Western Music I
MUS 163 History of Western Music II
MUS 106 Workshops in World Music
Four semester credits of a single major instrument including voice. Declared majors must enroll in studio instruction every semester on campus.
Six semester credits of ensemble, at least four of which must be from Orchestra, Choirs or Wind Symphony.
Eight semester credits of upper-division theory or composition chosen from:
MUS 300 20th-Century Theory and Aural Skills
MUS 316 Jazz Theory
MUS 333 Seminar in Electronic Music
MUS 341 Orchestration
MUS 342 Counterpoint
MUS 346 Conducting
MUS 347 Advanced Musicianship and Conducting
Four semester credits of upper-division music history or literature from:
MUS 302 Jazz History
MUS 307 Seminar in Music (varied topics every semester)
MUS 361 Music and Language
Four semester credits of Piano Proficiency (or exemption by placement exam).
Two semester credits in Music 490. Senior project requirements by area of focus:
- Composition: Preparation of professional-quality manuscripts. Recital of original musical works; graded by jury.
- Ethnomusicology: Thesis in ethnomusicology; graded by committee.
- Musicology: Thesis in musicology; graded by committee.
- Performance: Recital on the major instrument; graded by jury.
- Self-Designed Senior Project: Lecture/recital or other proposed project; graded by jury.