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  • B.A. Degree in Music Industry and Entertainment Studies
  • Music

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  • Fall 2013 Undergraduate Catalog - Official

    B.M. Degree in Music Industry (120 Credits)

    Core Requirements

    MUS 107A Theory I (2)
    MUS 107B Aural Skills I (1)
    MUS 108A Theory II (2)
    MUS 108B Aural Skills II (1)
    MUS 207 Theory and Ear Training III (3)
    MUS 208 Theory and Ear Training IV (3)
    MUS 240 American Music (3)
    MUS 300 Conducting and Instrumentation (3)
    MUS 316 World Music Survey (3)
    MUS 344 History of European Art Music Since 1700 (3)
    MUS 217 Pop/Rock Music for Non-Majors (3) or
    MUS 215 History of Jazz (3)


    Requirements

    (27 Credits)

    Students must earn four credits in ensembles, MUS 328 four credits in the primary performance area, two of which must be at the 200 level or higher. Students must earn at least 3 credits of MUS 469 Internship.

    MUS 150C Class Piano III (1)
    MUS 151 Basic Commercial Keyboard (1)
    MUS 15x Music Performance Lessons (1)
    MUS 15x Music Performance Lessons (1)
    MUS 25x Music Performance Lessons (1)
    MUS 25x Music Performance Lessons (1)
    MUS 328 Ensemble (1)
    MUS 328 Ensemble (1)
    MUS 328 Ensemble (1)
    MUS 328 Ensemble (1)
    MUS 184 Introduction to Audio Production (3)
    MUS 167 Intro to Copyright and Trademark (3)
    MUS 266 Legal and Ethical Issues in Music (3)
    MUS 365 Practicum (1)
    MUS 371 Projects in Repertoire and Skills Development (2)
    MUS 461 Senior Seminar: Current Issues in the Music Industry (2)
    MUS 469 Internship (1-12)


    Restricted Electives

    (15 Credits)

    Must take MUS 281, MUS 284, MUS 381, MUS 481, and MUS 484 as a group. Or MUS 367, MUS 466, and MUS 467 or BUS 229 as a group. Must complete six credits of Music Performance Lesson, Performance Lessons, MUS 328 and MUS 371. All may be repeated for credit.

    MUS 281 Studio Production I (2) and
    MUS 284 Live Audio Production (2) and
    MUS 381 Studio Production II (2) and
    MUS 481 Projects in Studio Production (1) and
    MUS 484 Projects in Sound Reinforcement and Concert Recording (1-2)

    OR

    MUS 367 Negotiating and Drafting Music and Entertainment Contracts (3) and
    MUS 466 Artist Management and Promotion (3) and
    MUS 467 Entertainment Case Law (3) or
    BUS 229 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)

    Choose six credits from any combination of the following:

    MUS 25x Music Performance Lesson (1)
    MUS 35x Performance Lesson (1)
    MUS 328 Performance Ensemble (1)
    MUS 371 Proj. in Rep. and Skills Development (2)


    Electives

    Students must complete seven-eight credits selected from the following course list:

    ACCT 230 Principles of Accounting I (3)
    BUS 229 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)
    CMST 301 Business and Professional Communication (3)
    CSIS 115 Introduction to MacOS X (1)
    CSIS 316 Ethics in the Information Age (3)
    FILM 172 Video Production (3)
    FILM 281 Film Appreciation (3)
    FILM 284 Beginning Filmmaking (3)
    FILM 384 Techniques of Film Directing (4)
    GCOM 266 Introduction to Multimedia (3)
    GCOM 366 Dreamweaver/CSS (3)
    GCOM 368 Multimedia Authoring with Flash (3)
    MGMT 360 Principles of Management (3)
    MKTG 310 Principles of Marketing (3)
    MUS 281 Studio Production I (2)
    MUS 284 Live Audio Production (2)
    MUS 303 Western Traditions to 1750 (3)
    MUS 305 Western Traditions Since 1900 (3)
    MUS 364 Survey of Film Music (3)
    MUS 366 Venue Management (3)
    MUS 367 Negotiating and Drafting Music and Entertainment Contracts (3)
    MUS 373 The Art and Craft of Popular Songwriting (3)
    MUS 381 Studio Production II (2)
    MUS 466 Artist Management and Promotion (3)
    MUS 467 Entertainment Case Law (3)
    MUS 481 Projects in Studio Production (1)
    MUS 484 Projects in Sound Reinforcement and Concert Recording (1-2)