Administered by: Department of Music
Effective: Fall, 2006
In addition to 50 credits of general education requirements, the 43 credits of requirements of the major, and 17 credits of professional courses, students choose electives to complete the 123-credit requirement for a bachelor of arts degree.
Assessment Criteria and Procedures: Students will submit a cumulative portfolio, which will exhibit the breadth and depth of their experiences throughout their studies at the university. Summaries of the three required internships and a log of the work required for the audio-video recording concentration are to be included. The faculty member supervising the internship experiences will review the portfolio to determine that the student has a sufficient variety and content of experiences to be both current and successful in the workplace. Required courses include:
27.271 Video Editing
54.104 Elementary Electronics
54.106 The Science of Sound (Acoustics)
35.201 Sight Singing
35.298 Sight Singing II
35.210 Theory I (counted as general ed. requirement)
35.211 Theory II (counted as general ed. Requirement)
35.300 Theory III - Form and Analysis
35.301 Theory IV - Twentieth Century Practice
35.411 Theory VI - Orchestration
35.101 Music Listening
35.105 Music Literature
35.305 Special Topics in Music Education (World Music)
35.321 Music History to 1750
35.322 Music History: 1750 to Present
A total of eight semesters of the student's choice (vocal or instrumental) are required at one credit for seven semesters and zero credit for one semester.
35.106/306 Maroon and Gold Band (Marching in fall, Concert in spring)
35.107/307 University-Community Orchestra
35.108/308 Concert Choir
35.109/309 Women's Choral Ensemble
35.110/310 Husky Singers (male chorus)
35.111/311 Chamber Singers
35.112/312 Jazz Ensemble
35.170/370 Chamber Orchestra
All students must take 8 semesters of applied lessons at 1 credit each.
All Audio-Video majors must complete an internship experience. This internship is an integral part of the degree program, providing professional experience in the student's field. During this experience, students represent the university to the business community. Their work ethic, attitude and professionalism are a direct reflection upon the music department.
35.497 Internship III (3rd Summer)
All Audio-Video majors are required to act as recording technicians for events sponsored by the Music Department as specified by the adviser. The requirement is for a minimum of three events each semester.