Courses

Here's the full, searchable list of music courses. Use the two submenus to search by Course Rotation or  Semester.

May be repeated for credit.

Topic will vary from semester to semester. Consult Schedule of Classes for current offering. May be repeated for credit.

Activity will vary from semester to semester. Consult Schedule of Classes for current offering. May be repeated for credit.

Continuation of MUS 389. Advanced thythmic concepts and techniques for improvising on contemporary modal and free-form compositions.

A course in which the work of the Music major reaches culmination. Group or individual projects in research, analysis, theory, or performance that bring together all the skills and proficiencies developed by the student. For the Music Education Concentration the project is a summative portfolio.

The preparation and presentation of a senior recital is the culminating activity for Music majors in the Performance Concentration.

Individualized studies in topics beyond the scope of the regular curriculum. Contract with an instructor, specifying work to be completed. A regular schedule of contract hours is necessary.

Work experience in organizations and projects related to music.

A course in the methods and materials for research in music. Proficiency in an imaginative use of the resources for accessing musical data will be developed through projects in bibliography. Required of first-semester graduate students.

Individualized studies in topics beyond the scope of the regular curriculum. Contract with an instructor, specifying work to be completed. A regular schedule of contract hours is necessary.

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