Requirements

Requirements

The Music Concentration

This concentration encourages interest and proficiency in music by organizing electives into a coherent set of experiences. It requires at least 15 academic credits as indicated below plus credits from applied music, both ensemble and private lessons as determined by the professor. Proficiency examinations, including Advanced Placement, may be used to qualify for and satisfy some of the following requirements:

Music of the Western World 3 credits
Advanced Music History 3 credits
Advanced Music Elective 3 credits
Music Related (Theory or History) 3 credits
Advanced Related Elective 3 credits
Total 15 credits

 

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