Music

Curriculum

Below you will find a list of our current or recent offerings. See the course catalog for descriptions and updated information.

The Music Department curriculum includes Applied Study on instruments and voice (APM) (please consult the Catalog), Ensembles (ENS), Music Education (MUE), Music Literature (MUL), and Music Theory (MUT).

Ensembles
Music ensembles (ENS) are open to all University students by audition. One hour of credit per semester is granted for each ensemble. All introductory level ensembles (100-level numbers) may be repeated for up to two hours of credit, and each ensemble above the introductory level (200-level numbers) may be repeated for up to six semester hours of credit. Students register for introductory level ensembles in the first two semesters and upper-level ensembles in subsequent semesters. All ensembles may require additional meeting, rehearsal and performance times outside of scheduled class periods, as indicated by the instructor.

Ensembles

  • 78-101 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE
    The SU Wind Ensemble performs two classical music concerts per semester and also serves the University by performing at its annual Commencement ceremony. The Ensemble is comprised of music majors and non-music majors. This class exposes all students (and their audience) to as rich and diverse a classical music repertoire as possible while maintaining a commitment to the tenets of a liberal arts education. Students in this course learn to combine artistic expression with disciplined performance practice and to incorporate historical and theoretical knowledge into their understanding of the musical arts. Entrance into this course requires individual audition in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-201 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE
    The SU Wind Ensemble performs two classical music concerts per semester and also serves the University by performing at its annual Commencement ceremony. The Ensemble is comprised of music majors and non-music majors. This class exposes all students (and their audience) to as rich and diverse a classical music repertoire as possible while maintaining a commitment to the tenets of a liberal arts education. Students in this course learn to combine artistic expression with disciplined performance practice and to incorporate historical and theoretical knowledge into their understanding of the musical arts. Entrance into this course requires individual audition in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-111 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY JAZZ BAND
    The SU Jazz Band is open to all University students by audition. This course presents the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to perform in a jazz ensemble while gaining exposure to idiomatic performance practices and other commercial music genres. Students perform in at least one public concert and feature the music of noted jazz composers such as Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and others. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-211 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY JAZZ BAND
    The SU Jazz Band is open to all University students by audition. This course presents the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to perform in a jazz ensemble while gaining exposure to idiomatic performance practices and other commercial music genres. Students perform in at least one public concert and feature the music of noted jazz composers such as Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk and others. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-121 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SINGERS
    The Southwestern University Singers is open to all students who enjoy choral singing. The goal is to provide a rewarding experience in choral music while developing skills in vocal technique and reading music. The SU Singers perform a wide variety of styles including traditional choral music, folk music, musical theater and spirituals. No audition required. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-221 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SINGERS
    The Southwestern University Singers is open to all students who enjoy choral singing. The goal is to provide a rewarding experience in choral music while developing skills in vocal technique and reading music. The SU Singers perform a wide variety of styles including traditional choral music, folk music, musical theater and spirituals. No audition required. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-131 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CHORALE
    The purpose of the Southwestern University Chorale is to provide a pre-professional musical experience for vocal music majors. However, membership in the Chorale is open to all students who are experienced choral singers, willing to work at the highest possible level. The Chorale is devoted to rehearsing and performing great choral music of all style periods from the 15th century to the present. Membership is open by audition in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-231 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CHORALE
    The purpose of the Southwestern University Chorale is to provide a pre-professional musical experience for vocal music majors. However, membership in the Chorale is open to all students who are experienced choral singers, willing to work at the highest possible level. The Chorale is devoted to rehearsing and performing great choral music of all style periods from the 15th century to the present. Membership is open by audition in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-141 OPERA THEATRE
    Opera Theatre is open to all students by audition. Students will learn basic stage movement and acting techniques for the lyric theatre, culminating in public performance. All performances will be from memory. One semester each year will be fully costumed with minimal set, while the alternate semester will be minimally produced and performed in concert dress with the goal of helping students grow both as singing actors and in ensemble work. Includes additional lab as indicated by instructor. Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in applied voice and permission of the instructor. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-241 OPERA THEATRE
    Opera Theatre is open to all students by audition. Students will learn basic stage movement and acting techniques for the lyric theatre, culminating in public performance. All performances will be from memory. One semester each year will be fully costumed with minimal set, while the alternate semester will be minimally produced and performed in concert dress with the goal of helping students grow both as singing actors and in ensemble work. Includes additional lab as indicated by instructor. Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in applied voice and permission of the instructor. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-151 CHAMBER MUSIC (INSTRUMENTAL)
    The SU instrumental chamber music program seeks to foster a high level of ensemble technique and musicianship among participants. Ensembles are coached by music faculty and give frequent performances in different concert venues, which include events at Southwestern University, regional and statewide conventions. Must be taken concurrently with applied music. Audition required in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-251 CHAMBER MUSIC (INSTRUMENTAL)
    The SU instrumental chamber music program seeks to foster a high level of ensemble technique and musicianship among participants. Ensembles are coached by music faculty and give frequent performances in different concert venues, which include events at Southwestern University, regional and statewide conventions. Must be taken concurrently with applied music. Audition required in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-161 CHAMBER MUSIC (VOICE)
    The SU vocal chamber music program seeks to foster a high level of ensemble technique among participants. Ensembles are coached by music faculty and give performances in various venues. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-261 CHAMBER MUSIC (VOICE)
    The SU vocal chamber music program seeks to foster a high level of ensemble technique among participants. Ensembles are coached by music faculty and give performances in various venues. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-171 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
    The SU Orchestra performs two classical music concerts per semester and also combines forces on occasion with SU Musical Theatre, Chorale and Opera Theatre programs. The Orchestra is comprised of music majors and non-music majors. This class exposes all students (and their audience) to as rich and diverse a classical music repertoire as possible while maintaining a commitment to the tenets of a liberal arts education. Students in this course learn to combine artistic expression with disciplined performance practice and to incorporate historical and theoretical knowledge into their understanding of the musical arts. Entrance into this course requires individual audition in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 78-271 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
    The SU Orchestra performs two classical music concerts per semester and also combines forces on occasion with SU Musical Theatre, Chorale and Opera Theatre programs. The Orchestra is comprised of music majors and non-music majors. This class exposes all students (and their audience) to as rich and diverse a classical music repertoire as possible while maintaining a commitment to the tenets of a liberal arts education. Students in this course learn to combine artistic expression with disciplined performance practice and to incorporate historical and theoretical knowledge into their understanding of the musical arts. Entrance into this course requires individual audition in first semester of enrollment. (Each semester) (FAP)

Music Education

  • 77-311 STRING METHODS
    This course is designed to provide a survey of instruction for students studying string instruments. Ability to read music is required and previous experience with a musical instrument is recommended, as this is a performance-oriented course. (Fall) (FAP)
  • 77-321 WOODWIND METHODS
    This course is designed to provide a survey of instruction for students studying woodwind instruments. Ability to read music is required and previous experience with a musical instrument is recommended, as this is a performance-oriented course. (Fall) (FAP)
  • 77-331 BRASS METHODS
    This course is designed to provide a survey of instruction for students studying brass instruments. Ability to read music is required and previous experience with a musical instrument is recommended, as this is a performance-oriented course. (Spring) (FAP)
  • 77-341 PERCUSSION METHODS
    This course is designed to provide a survey of instruction for students studying instrumental music. Ability to read music is required and previous experience with a musical instrument is recommended, as this is a performance-oriented course. (Spring) (FAP)
  • 77-351 VOCAL METHODS
    For the Music Education major (instrumental emphasis) degree program. This course provides basic singing instruction and pedagogy. (Spring of odd-numbered years) (FAP)
  • 77-423 METHODS OF MUSIC IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Methods of presenting music materials to children in grades K-6. Open only to students who have passed the Sophomore Barrier Examination and been admitted to the Music Education major. (Fall of odd-numbered years) (FAL)
  • 77-443 CHORAL MUSIC EDUCATION
    A survey of the material available for junior and senior high school choirs. A study of the organization and problems of choral groups and vocal pedagogy for choral ensembles. Arranging for choral ensembles. Each student will rehearse the class for small-ensemble experience. Prerequisites: Music Theory 76-211, 76-213, and Music Literature 80-214; or permission of the instructor. (Spring of even-numbered years) (FAL)
  • 77-473 METHODS OF MARCHING BAND PERFORMANCE
    A study of the marching band as a medium of entertainment and of its value to the instrumental program in the public schools. The study includes fundamentals of marching, precision drill, designing of formations, and planning and execution of a half-time show. Open only to students who have passed the Sophomore Barrier Examination and been admitted to the Music Education major. (Fall)
  • 77-522 VOCAL PEDAGOGY
    A discussion of historical and current pedagogical techniques; the physiology of singing and voice types; training the young singer; vocal development through repertoire choice. Prerequisites: Two semesters of applied voice study at the college level and concurrent enrollment in applied voice study. (FAL) (Spring of even-numbered years)
  • 77-532 PIANO PEDAGOGY
    Presentation of methods and materials used in individual and class instruction of piano students. Prerequisites: Passage of the Sophomore Barrier Examination and admission to the Keyboard Performance major; or four semesters of applied piano or organ study; or permission of instructor. (FAL) .
  • 77-603 CHORAL CONDUCTING
    Introduction of baton techniques and rehearsal procedures. Each student will conduct the class for small-ensemble experience. Prerequisites: Music Theory 76-211, 76-213 and Music Literature 80-214; or permission of instructor. (Fall of even-numbered years) (FAP)
  • 77-613 INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING
    This course is an introduction to manual conducting techniques and score preparation. Each student will conduct members of the class for small-ensemble experience and then conduct their final exam with the SU Wind Ensemble. Prerequisites: Music Theory 76-211, 76-213, Music Literature 80-214 and a minimum of four semesters of applied music study in one area; or consent of instructor. (Fall) (FAP) .
  • 77-623 ADVANCED INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING
    This course is a continuation of the beginning course, plus in-depth study of score reading/analysis and rehearsal technique. Each student will conduct the class for small-ensemble experience. Students will rehearse for and conduct a portion of a public concert for their final exam. Prerequisite: Music Education 77-603 or 77-613. (Spring) (FAP) (WA)
  • 77-633 ADVANCED CHORAL CONDUCTING
    A continuation of manual conducting techniques, score reading and performance preparation. Students will conduct a portion of a public concert. Each student will conduct the class for small-ensemble experience. Prerequisite: Music Education 77-603 or 77-613. (Spring of odd-numbered years) (FAP)
  • 77-804 STUDENT TEACHING
    See Education 41-804, 41-808 and 42-804, 42-808.
  • 77-808 STUDENT TEACHING
    See Education 41-804, 41-808 and 42-804, 42-808.
  • 77-001 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-002 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-003 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-004 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-301 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-302 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-303 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-304 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-901 TUTORIAL
  • 77-902 TUTORIAL
  • 77-903 TUTORIAL
  • 77-904 TUTORIAL
  • 77-941 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 77-942 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 77-943 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 77-944 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 77-951 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-952 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-953 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-954 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    May be repeated with change in content.
  • 77-984 HONORS
    By invitation only.

Music Literature

  • 80-100 RECITAL ATTENDANCE
    Students enrolled in this course are required to attend a set number of musical performances in the Music Department and elsewhere during the semester. Six semesters must be satisfactorily completed to fulfill requirements for the BM or BA (Music) degrees. Four semesters are required for transfer students, and for students who begin at Southwestern and are admitted to the music major by audition later than the end of their second semester of residence. Must be taken Pass/D/F. (Each semester)
  • 80-104 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
    A course for non-music majors designed to give students a general understanding of music and to increase their enjoyment of music through musical participation and the development of listening skills. Students will consider the various basic applications and manifestations of harmony, melody, time, timbre, texture, genre and form. They will refine their skill of aural perception in order to enhance the ability to sharply focus and sustain concentration in listening. They will retain a general chronology of composers, works and styles in the Western art music tradition from the Middle Ages to present day. Students will develop an understanding of musical style by examining works representative of the main musical style periods. (Each semester) (FAL)
  • 80-114 MUSIC LITERATURE I
    A historical survey of the Classical and early Romantic periods. To be taken concurrently with 76-111 and 76-113. Prerequisites: Music Theory 76-101, 76-103, or permission of instructor. (Spring) (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-124 WORLD MUSIC
    An introduction to the music of non-Western cultures, including the study of the music of Africa, India, Bosnia, Japan, Latin America, Native America and Indonesia. Issues include the interaction of traditional music with modern/Western music and the use of music to create a national or ethnic identity. (Fall) (FAL) (IP)
  • 80-134 MUSIC IN THE UNITED STATES
    A course surveying the development of American music from the colonial period to the present. (Spring) (FAL)
  • 80-214 MUSIC LITERATURE II
    A historical survey of late 19th-century and 20th-century music. To be taken concurrently with 76-213 and 76-211. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-114, or permission of instructor. (Fall) (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-314 MUSIC LITERATURE III
    A historical survey of Medieval and Renaissance music. To be taken concurrently with 76-311 and 76-313. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-214, or permission of instructor. (Spring) (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-414 MUSIC LITERATURE IV
    A historical survey of Baroque music. To be taken concurrently with 76-413. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-314, or permission of instructor. (Fall) (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-424 MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE MUSIC
    A survey of Western European music to 1600. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-314. (FAL)
  • 80-434 BAROQUE MUSIC
    A survey of Western European music from 1600 to 1750. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-314. (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-444 CLASSICAL AND ROMANTIC MUSIC
    A survey of Western European music from 1750 to 1900. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-314. (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-454 20TH-CENTURY MUSIC
    A survey of music from 1900 to present day. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-314. (FAL) (WA)
  • 80-602 PIANO SOLO REPERTOIRE, A
    This course is offered for applied majors as a survey of piano literature. (FAL)
  • 80-612 PIANO SOLO REPERTOIRE, B
    A continuation of Music Literature 80-602. (FAL) .
  • 80-622 INSTRUMENTAL PEDAGOGY AND LITERATURE
    Pedagogy and Literature courses will survey their instrument's most significant solo and ensemble literature from relevant style periods and examine pedagogical practices from a historical and contemporary perspective. This course is intended for Instrumental Performance majors. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the Sophomore Barrier Examination. (FAP)
  • 80-701 DICTION IN VOCAL MUSIC I
    The principles of pronunciation and diction in French, German and Italian for the beginning voice student, including an intensive application of these principles to vocal literature in these languages. Prerequisite: two semesters of applied voice study at the college level, Music Theory 76-113 and concurrent enrollment in applied voice. (Fall of even-numbered years) (FAL)
  • 80-711 DICTION IN VOCAL MUSIC II
    A continuation of Diction in Vocal Music I. Prerequisite: Music Literature 80-701. (Spring of odd-numbered years) (FAL)
  • 80-712 SONG LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE
    A survey of great solo art song literature and its performance practice. Prerequisite: Two semesters of applied voice study at the college level, or Music Theory 76-113 and concurrent enrollment in applied voice. (Fall of odd-numbered years) (FAL)
  • 80-001 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-002 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-003 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-004 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-301 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-302 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-303 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-304 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-901 TUTORIAL
  • 80-902 TUTORIAL
  • 80-903 TUTORIAL
  • 80-904 TUTORIAL
  • 80-941 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 80-942 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 80-943 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 80-944 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 80-951 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-952 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-953 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-954 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 80-984 HONORS
    By invitation only.

Music Theory

  • 76-101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SOLFEGE/EAR TRAINING
    The development of proficiency in aural skills through dictation and sight singing. Qualified students may place out of this class by examination. To be taken concurrently with Music Theory 76-103. (Fall) (FAL)
  • 76-103 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC THEORY
    A survey of musical notation and analysis, beginning with basics of pitch and rhythm notation: the grand staff, treble, bass and C clefs in alto and tenor position, major and minor scales and key signatures; identification and notation of the basic triad and seventh chord types in tonal harmony, chord inversions, Roman numeral analysis; harmonic progression; and introduction to part writing with triads. Students not planning to major in music are urged to consider their preparation before enrolling; this is not a beginning music-reading course. Prior or concurrent study of the keyboard and experience in reading treble and bass clefs is strongly recommended. This course is a prerequisite to Music Theory 76-113. Qualified students may place out of this class by examination. To be taken concurrently with Music Theory 76-101. (Fall) (FAL)
  • 76-111 SOLFEGE/EAR TRAINING I
    Continuation of Music Theory 76-101. To be taken concurrently with Music Theory 76-113 and Music Literature 80-114. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-101 or passage of a qualifying diagnostic examination. (Spring) (FAL)
  • 76-113 MUSIC THEORY I: HARMONY IN PRACTICE
    Review and continuation of concepts introduced in Fundamentals of Music Theory. A working knowledge of pitch and rhythm notation and mastery of basic musical concepts such as scales, key signatures, and triad and seventh chord types is assumed. Further work with four-part harmony and harmonic progression. New concepts: cadences, musical forms, non-chord tones, diatonic sevenths, secondary chords and modulation. To be taken concurrently with Music Literature 80-114 (majors) and Music Theory 76-111. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-103 or passage of a qualifying diagnostic examination. (Spring) (FAL)
  • 76-211 SOLFEGE/EAR TRAINING II
    Continuation of Music Theory 76-111. To be taken concurrently with Music Theory 76-213 and Music Literature 80-214. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-111. (Fall) (FAL)
  • 76-213 MUSIC THEORY II: FORM AND ANALYSIS
    Continuation of concepts introduced in Music Theory I. Advanced chromatic harmony and modulation will be studied through analysis and compositional exercises. Larger formal designs (ternary form, sonata, rondo and variation) will be explored in late 18th- and 19th-century music literature. To be taken concurrently with Music Literature 80-214 (majors) and Music Theory 76-211. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-113. (Fall) (FAL) (WA)
  • 76-223 MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
    Students will acquire a fundamental understanding of a broad variety of topics pertaining to the role of technology in the making and business of music. The course will focus on an array of topics as they relate to the ways that music and technology interact, in both current and historical contexts. The course will help students achieve a level of familiarity and comfort with different environments in order to encourage and develop the creative process. Students will compose original works in electronic media. They will learn fundamental techniques of recording techniques, notation and publishing software, sequencing and sampling. (Spring) (FAL)
  • 76-311 SOLFEGE/EAR TRAINING III
    Continuation of Music Theory 76-211. To be taken concurrently with Music Theory 76-313 and Music Literature 80-314. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-211. (Spring) (FAL)
  • 76-313 MUSIC THEORY III: COUNTERPOINT
    An introduction to the contrapuntal styles of the Renaissance and Baroque eras through analysis and compositional exercises. To be taken concurrently with Music Literature 80-314 and Music Theory 76-311. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-213. (Spring) (FAL)
  • 76-343 ORCHESTRATION
    A study of orchestral instrumentation and the art of transcription for orchestra, through score analysis and arranging projects. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-213. (Spring of odd-numbered years) (FAL)
  • 76-413 MUSIC THEORY IV: 20TH CENTURY MUSIC
    An analytical survey of the compositional languages, aesthetics and forms in the concert music of the 20th century. To be taken concurrently with Music Literature 80-414. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-313. (Fall) (FAL)
  • 76-532 COMPOSITION
    Individual instruction in the craft of musical composition. Students are introduced to the techniques and languages of contemporary concert music through original writing exercises and listening assignments. Continued study will ultimately lead to writing projects in larger forms. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-101 and 76-103, or consent of instructor. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 76-534 COMPOSITION
    Individual instruction in the craft of musical composition. Students are introduced to the techniques and languages of contemporary concert music through original writing exercises and listening assignments. Continued study will ultimately lead to writing projects in larger forms. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Music Theory 76-101 and 76-103, or consent of instructor. (Each semester) (FAP)
  • 76-001 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-002 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-003 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-004 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-301 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-302 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-303 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-304 SELECTED TOPICS
    May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-901 TUTORIAL
  • 76-902 TUTORIAL
  • 76-903 TUTORIAL
  • 76-904 TUTORIAL
  • 76-941 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 76-942 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 76-943 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 76-944 ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP
    Must be taken Pass/D/F.
  • 76-951 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-952 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-953 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-954 INDEPENDENT STUDY
    Readings and projects selected to broaden the advanced student’s acquaintance with music through independent research. Requires permission of instructor. May be repeated with changed content.
  • 76-984 HONORS
    By invitation only.