• Core Courses

    In addition to the course below:

    Eight semesters in a major ensemble
          (Wind Symphony, Concert Choir, or Women’s Ensemble)
          (Piano performance majors may elect Music 190 as a major ensemble.)
    Music 366, Voice Pedagogy or two credits of Instrumental Techniques (Music 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256)
    Music 430, Vocal Literature
    Applied Music
          Major instrument (fifteen credits, including Music 497, Capstone: Music Performance Emphasis)
          Minor instrument (4 credits)
          Music 470 and 471, Junior and Senior Recital
    The following diction classes for the vocal performance major only:
    Music 323 (English, German) Music 324 (French, Italian)

  • Bachelor of Arts Requirement

    Bachelor of Arts students must take 8 credits in a modern language (MLL) other than English and MAT106 or higher.



  • General Education Requirement

    For more information on General Education Requirement, click here.

    • Distribution Component

      For more information on the Distribution Component, click here.

    • Cross-Cultural Component

      The Cross-Cultural Component is a five-course series through which students explore the study of culture:

      Transfer students will register for CCS101 for one credit.

      • Cultural Seminar (CCS100)

        The Cultural Seminar, which is taken in the first semester, begins the exploration of culture through the study of one's own culture and  a different culture. This course develops oral communication skills through critical reading and discussion.

      • Writing Seminar (ENG 170)

        The Writing Seminar is taken during the first or second semester, includes cross-cultural readings, and develops foundational writing skills.

      • Cross-Cultural Development (CCD)

        The Cross-Cultural Designation course is taken after the Cultural and Writing Seminars. This course satisfies a Distribution requirement, continues development of writing skills, and includes significant cross-cultural themes as preparation for the Cross-Cultural Experience.

      • Cross-Cultural Experience (CCE)

        The Cross-Cultural Experience course is taken concurrently or after the Cross-Cultural Development course. In an off-campus setting, students apply knowledge learned in the previous three courses through interactions with cultures other than their own. (CCS300 for 2 credits, NCEP courses for 4 credits, or study abroad for 12+ credits)

        For more information and course listings, click here

      • Global Perspectives Colloquium (CCS400)

        In the Global Perspectives Colloquium, advanced students (usually seniors) from multiple disciplines engage in critical reading and discussion. Students reflect on their distribution courses and cross-cultural experiences while also refining their writing skills.

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