Students may pursue a Bachelor of Music in Music Recording with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship, Video Production, and Jazz Studies.

COURSETITLES.H.
I. General Education Requirements
Core Competencies12
Writing 1
Writing 2
Communication Foundations
Mathematics Requirement
Arts and Humanities (satisfied by 6 hours of MUHL 377x)0
Natural Sciences7
Social Science6
Social and Personal Awareness6
General Education Elective / First-Year Experience
I. Music Theory
MUTC 1531
MUTC 1541
Music Theory 1
and Aural Theory 1
4
Students who score below 80% on the Theory Placement Exam will substitute MUTC 1531N for MUTC 1531
MUTC 1532
MUTC 1542
Music Theory 2
and Aural Theory 2
4
Students in the Intensive Track will substitute MUTC 1532N for MUTC 1532
MUTC 2631
MUTC 2641
Music Theory 3
and Aural Theory 3
4
MUTC 2632
MUTC 2642
Music Theory 4
and Aural Theory 4
4
MUTC 3750Analytical Techniques3
II. Music History and Literature
MUHL 3771Music History and Literature 13
or MUHL 3772 Music History and Literature 2
MUHL 3773Music History and Literature 33
MUHL 3774Music History and Literature 43
MUHL 3775Jazz History3
III. Applied Study
Applied Major Lessons 1501-480114
Senior RecitalN/C
MUAC 1581Class Piano 11
MUAC 1582Class Piano 21
MUAC 3781Jazz Class Piano 11
MUAC 3782Jazz Class Piano 21
MUCO 3715Choral and Instrumental Conducting3
Large Ensemble (guitar majors substitute Guitar Ensemble)5
Small Ensemble2
IV. Audio Engineering and Technology
MUIN 1561Music Recording Workshop4
MUIN 3762Digital Sound Production2
MUIN 3763Digital Recording and Editing2
MUIN 3764Advanced Microphone Techniques2
MUIN 3765Advanced Recording Techniques2
MUIN 4866Recording Internship3
MUIN 4867Senior Project4
Music Electives15
Total Semester Hours124

Passed TPE and Audition

Plan of Study Grid
Year 1
FallS.H.
MUTC 1531
MUTC 1541
Music Theory 1
and Aural Theory 1
4
Students who score below 80% on the Theory Placement Exam will substitute MUTC 1531N for MUTC 1531  
MUAC 1581 Class Piano 1 1
MUEN 00XX 1
Instrument 1501 2
General Education Electives 3
 Semester Hours11
Spring
MUTC 1532
MUTC 1542
Music Theory 2
and Aural Theory 2
4
Students in the Intensive Track will substitute MUTC 1532N for MUTC 1532  
MUAC 1582 Class Piano 2 1
MUEN 00XX 1
Instrument 1502 2
MUIN 1561 Music Recording Workshop 4
Natural Science + Lab 4
 Semester Hours16
Year 2
Fall
MUTC 2631
MUTC 2641
Music Theory 3
and Aural Theory 3
4
MUAC 2681 Class Piano 3 1
MUEN 00XX 1
Instrument 2601 2
MUHL 2616 Survey of Jazz 3
MUIN 3762 Digital Sound Production 2
General Education Elective 3
 Semester Hours16
Spring
MUTC 2632
MUTC 2642
Music Theory 4
and Aural Theory 4
4
MUAC 2682 Class Piano 4 1
MUEN 00XX 1
Instrument 2602 2
MUHL 2618 Rock n' Roll to Rock (suggested elective) 3
MUIN 3763 Digital Recording and Editing 2
General Education Elective 3
 Semester Hours16
Year 3
Fall
MUTC 3750 Analytical Techniques 3
MUHL 3771 Music History and Literature 1 3
MUEN 00XX 1
MUIN 3764 Advanced Microphone Techniques 2
Instrument 3701 2
General Education Elective 6
 Semester Hours17
Spring
MUHL 3772 Music History and Literature 2 3
MUEN 00XX 1
MUCO 3715 Choral and Instrumental Conducting 3
MUIN 3765 Advanced Recording Techniques 2
Instrument 3702 2
General Education Elective 6
 Semester Hours17
Year 4
Fall
MUHL 3773 Music History and Literature 3 3
Instrument 4801 2
MUIN 4866 Recording Internship 3
Music Electives 3
General Education Elective 3
MUEN 00XX 1
 Semester Hours15
Spring
MUHL 3775 Jazz History (suggested elective) 3
MUHL 3774 Music History and Literature 4 3
MUIN 4867 Senior Project 4
Music Electives 6
 Semester Hours16
 Total Semester Hours124

Learning Outcomes

The student learning outcomes for the major in music are as follows:

  • Students will perform a public recital in their applied area.
  • Students will analyze music, discriminate pitch, harmony, and rhythm and perform harmonic progressions at the piano.
  • Students will demonstrate critical thinking about the various historical periods, cultural contexts, and social forces that influence musical activity.
  • Students will demonstrate basic keyboard proficiency including scales, arpeggios, harmonization, repertoire, transpositions, and score reading.
  • Students will record, edit, and produce music.