The Bachelor of Arts in Music is a liberal arts degree designed to prepare students for graduate school and/or careers in music or other fields. Degree candidates receive thorough instruction in music theory and history, develop proficiency in voice or on an instrument, and take courses in a variety of other disciplines to achieve the breadth of learning that characterizes a liberal arts degree. The Bachelor of Arts in Music is appropriate for students who want to double major in music and another discipline. For more information on this program, contact Dr. Kevin Salfen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prerequisites: Students who, at the time of their entrance audition, are deemed unprepared for freshman-level MUAP lessons or MUSI courses may be placed in one or more the following courses: MUAP 1144, MUSI 1311, MUSI 1381, MUSI 1100, MUSI 1300. These courses are prerequisites to the pursuit of a music degree at UIW and are not counted as part of the degree or as free electives.
MUSI 1110 Freshman Seminar (2) 2 semesters
MUSI 1191 Aural Skills I (1)
MUSI 1192 Aural Skills II (1)
MUSI 2193 Advanced Aural Skills III (1)
MUSI 2194 Advanced Aural Skills IV (1)
MUSI 1321 Music Theory I (3)
MUSI 1322 Music Theory II (3)
MUSI 2323 Music Theory III (3)
MUSI 3324 Music Theory IV (3)
MUSI 1111 Keyboard Skills I (1)
MUSI 1121 Keyboard Skills II (1)
MUSI 2110 Keyboard Skills III (1)
MUSI 2120 Keyboard Skills IV (1); includes Keyboard Proficiency Exam
MUSI 3341 Music History I (3)
MUSI 3342 Music History II (3)
MUSI 3348 Studies in World Music OR MUSI 3351 Music in Asian Theater (3)
MUSI 4341 Research and Writing in Music (3)
MUSI 4344 Conducting (3)
MUSI 4323 Form and Analysis (3)
10 credit hours of lessons in voice or principal instrument:
Voice: MUAP 1176, 1177, 2276, 2277, 3276, 3277
Instrument: MUAP 1154, 1155, 2254, 2255, 3254, 3255
6 credit hours of major ensembles:
40 required credit hours of General Studies. See university Core as specified in the applicable catalog.
A minimum of 120 semester hours is required for graduation, with no less than 36 upper division (3000-4000 level) courses. It is the student's responsibility to ensure that all requirements for the degree are fulfilled as stated in the undergraduate catalog.