The Bachelor of Arts in Music is one of over thirty
majors offered through the College of Arts and Sciences. The degree is
intended to enable students to pursue music study and performance in the
context of the liberal arts, fully embracing the music resources of the
Conservatory of Music, while also taking advantage of the many strengths of
the broader college. All music coursework is taught through the
Conservatory of Music along with a core of General Education,
upper-division, and elective courses from the Arts and Sciences.
Education: Please refer to the Liberal Arts
general education section of this catalog.
For the Bachelor of Arts in Music degree, the following
courses will substitute for general education music courses MUCS 101, 102
or 103 (2 hr): MUCS 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 345, 355 or 361 (2 or 4 hr).
A maximum of 52 hours in music courses (MUCS, MUEP, MUIP, MUMS, MUTC) may
be applied toward the 124 needed for graduation.