Hours: 47-54 hours
Major Courses - 47-54 hours
Theory: 12 hours
MUS 101Music Theory I (2)
MUS 101AMusic Theory I (LAB) (1)
MUS 102Music Theory II (2)
MUS 102AMusic Theory II (LAB) (1)
MUS 203Music Theory III (2)
MUS 203AMusic Theory III (LAB) (1)
MUS 204Music Theory IV (2)
MUS 204ATheory IV (LAB) (1)
History: 9 hours
IDS 231World Music (3) IDS
MUS 233Music History II (3) MU
MUS 234Music History III (3) MU
Conducting: 3 hours
MUS 301Conducting I (2)
MUS 302Conducting II (1)
Arranging and Orchestration: 4 hours
MUS 329Choral Arranging (2)
MUS 330Orchestration (2)
Performance: 12 hours
MUS 000RRepertoire Class (0)
MUS 140-197 Major Applied Instrument (1.5-2.0)
Piano and Voice Proficiencies: 2-6 depending on area of concentration
MUS 105Class Piano I (2)
MUS 106Class Piano II (2)
MUS 241Class Voice (2)
Ensembles: 6 hours (over 6 semesters)
MUS 110-120 Choral/Instrumental Ensembles (6)
Music Capstone: 1 hour (BA only)
MUS 400Music Capstone (1) CAP
Any student pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music is also required to obtain a minor in another degree program.
Licensure for Teachers
Students choosing a major in music who also want to pursue Ohio teacher licensure must satisfy the same requirements as the major and additional requirements in music and education. The pertinent Multi-Age License (ages 3-21) is music education. (See Education for professional education core requirements.)
Students who successfully complete the Music major will be able to:
- demonstrate performance ability appropriate for the B.A. in music.
- develop vocal and keyboard skills appropriate for the B.A. in music.
- perform advanced ensemble literature.
- comprehend various musical genres and stylistic periods.
- identify historical periods and cultures.
- improvise in various musical styles.
- understand theoretical/compositional music concepts.
- understand formal/structural concepts.
- critically review personal musical/intellectual performance.