Specific additional requirements for the Bachelor of Music degrees are as follows:
Music Theory: 113 N, 113 W*, 114 A, 114 W
Keyboard: 118 for non-keyboard minors (prerequisite: MUSC 100 or proficiency), Sight-reading 260 A for keyboard minors
Music Education (52 units) 102 (except voice principal students), 118 and 119 (except keyboard principals), 320 (5-6 units), 320 G (voice and keyboard principals exempt from "G:'), 324,334,343,347,390,420,470, applied music 141, 421 (8 units through level 468), ensemble (8 units). Keyboard ists must take 260 A, 260 B. Professional education courses: 16 units Education 301,330,341,425,435. Those students interested in a teaching credential should be advised that all single subject teaching credential programs are undergoing revision. Consult the Education Department for details on current programs.
Concert Music: 200 (4 semesters)
Applied Music 141, (principal instrument, composition or voice) 4 units through level 224**
Ensemble: 4 units (as appropriate to applied principal)
Music Electives: 4-5 (two courses). Must choose from among the following with instructor's approval: 307, 308, 309, 312; 410; 382 or 440
Performance (48 units) Piano
102, 260 A, 260 B, 280, 341, 343, 347, 350 A, 360, 370, 380, 420, 430, 490, applied music 142,422,423 (20 units through level 478), cham ber music ensemble (4 units), music electives (4 units) Organ 102,180,260 A, 260 B, 280,341,343,347, 350 A, 370,380 (2 units), 430,490, applied music 142,422,423 (20 units through level 478), ensemble (8 units: choral, 2 units; chamber, 2 units; electives, 4 units), music electives (2 units) Instrumental 102,118,119,341,343,347,370,420,430,490, applied music 142, 422,423 (20 units through level 478), ensemble (8 units), music elec tives (5 units) Voice 118,119,151, 152,251,252,253,254,341,343,34~370,39~430, 490, applied music 142,422,423 (20 units through level 478), en semble (8 units), music electives (1 unit).
* Entry-level standard required.
** Sophomore B.A. music degree proficiency required. See Conservatory Office for standards description.
The Music Minor requires MUSC 101 Introduction to Music for fine arts G.E.
Special Programs/ Opportunities ENSEMBLES
The Conservatory provides opportunities for experience in several types of vocal and instrumental ensembles, including the Biola Cho rale, Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Winds, Jazz Ensemble, Wom en's Chorus, Vocal Jazz Ensemble and Chamber Music Ensembles. All are open to non-music majors as well as music majors by audition. CONCERT SERIES The Conservatory concert series features outstanding guest artists and student ensembles. MASTERCLASSES & ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PRO· GRAM Opportunities for participating in masterclasses with guest artists are available annually. Of special note is the ongoing series of master classes and recitals by world-renowned artists, Menahem Pressler, pianist, and Basil Vend ryes, violist. OPPORTUNITIES OFF-CAMPUS The Southern California area provides exceptional opportunities for hearing the world's leading artists, as well as outstanding college and church music performances.
Voice performance students who plan further graduate study are encouraged to take courses in French, Ger man or Italian since proficiency in two of these is usually required for entrance into graduate programs in vocal performance.
Com osition (48 units) 102, 118, 119, 120, 181, 320 A-D, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 347, 490, applied music in principal instrument or voice (5 units through level 224), applied composition 142,422,423, (16 units through level 438), ensemble (6 units). Minor For those students interested in a formal, cohesive music curriculum but who are not interested in music as a major, a Music Minor is avail able. The Music Minor requires 23 units; specific requirements are:
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