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BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MUSIC

Purpose

The Bachelor of Arts in Music degree program is designed to train the students to become experienced musicians whose career goals comprise largely performance and education. The wide of applied areas to music theory, music history and music literatures are offered to develop their performance skills and overall musicianship.

Objectives


Upon completing this degree, students will be able to:

1. Apply systematized musical knowledge to aural skills, harmony, forms in music, and music history
   which can extend musical technique, acquaintance, sensibilities, and insight.

2. Demonstrate performance skills and techniques with good interpretation of musical aspects.

3. Contribute to the local community through their practical musical talents.

Additional Admission Requirement: Audition

Students who are applying for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Music must audition in their applied areas by submitting a recording on a CD with their admission application form to the Admission committee for the decision of admission. For more information, they may refer to the Department of Music.

Traditional Degree Program
General Education Core Courses 36 Credit Hours
Sequenced Courses:    
Communications    
EN 101 English Reading Skills [Description] 3
EN 201 English Composition I [Description] 3
History    
HI 103 Origins of the Modern World: World History [Description] 3
Non-sequenced Courses: Select 9 Courses    
GE 107 Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics* [Description] 3
GE 108 Introduction to Sociology [Description] 3
GE 110 College Algebra* [Description] 3
GE 112 Principles of Economics* [Description] 3
GE 113 Introduction to Computers [Description] 3
GE 205 Introduction to Information and Communications [Description] 3
GE 206 Introduction to Psychology [Description] 3
GE 209 Political Science [Description] 3
GE 215 Principle of Leadership [Description] 3
GE 302 Globalization [Description] 3
GE 303 Introduction to Anthropology [Description] 3
  * required
Biblical Studies & Applied Theology Core Courses 30 Credit Hours
NT 101 Introduction to New Testament [Description] 3
OT 101 Introduction to Old Testament [Description] 3
NT 202 Life of Christ [Description] 3
OT 203 Pentateuch [Description] 3
TH 201 Bible Doctrines I [Description] 3
BS 301 Interpretation of the Bible [Description] 3
NT 303 Acts and Pauline Epistles [Description] 3
TH 301 Bible Doctrines II [Description] 3
OT 303 History of Israel [Description] 3
TH 401 Theology of Spiritual Life [Description] 3
Music Core Courses 33 Credit Hours
MU 101 Aural Skills [Description] 3
MU 102 Music Theory I [Description] 3
MU 103 Music Theory II [Description] 3
MU 201 Music History I [Description] 3
MU 202 Music History II [Description] 3
MU 203 Music Education [Description] 3
MU 301 Music History III [Description] 3
MU 302 Music History IV [Description] 3
MU 303 Introduction to Modern Music [Description] 3
MU 401 Survey of Form in Music [Description] 2
MU 402 Style Criticism [Description] 2
Applied Area Core Courses 18 Credit Hours
MU 104 Applied Area I [Description] 2
MU 105 Applied Area II [Description] 2
MU 107 Annual Jury [Description] 0
MU 204 Applied Area III [Description] 2
MU 205 Applied Area IV [Description] 2
MU 207 Annual Jury [Description] 0
MU 304 Applied Area V [Description] 2
MU 305 Applied Area VI [Description] 2
MU 307 Annual Jury [Description] 0
MU 403 Applied Area VII [Description] 2
MU 404 Applied Area VIII [Description] 2
MU 405 Graduate Recital [Description] 2
MU 408 Annual Jury [Description] 0
Applied Area Elective Courses 6 Credit Hours
  < Piano Applied Area >
MU 406 The Survey of Piano Literature I [Description] 3
MU 407 The Survey of Piano Literature II [Description] 3

  < Voice Applied Area >
MU 409 The Survey of Vocal Literature I [Description] 3
MU 410 The Survey of Vocal Literature II [Description] 3

  < Conducting Applied Area >
MU 411 Instrumental Conducting [Description] 3
MU 412 Anthem Literature [Description] 3

  < CCM Applied Area >
MU 413 Praise and Worship I [Description] 3
MU 414 Praise and Worship II [Description] 3

  < Composition Applied Area >
MU 415 Analysis of Anthem Literature [Description] 3
MU 416 Forms in Piano Music [Description] 3

  < Instrument Applied Area >
MU 417 Survey of Instrumental Music Literature I [Description] 3
MU 418 Survey of Instrumental Music Literature II [Description] 3
Field Practicum Core Courses 3 Credit Hours
FP 106 Field Practicum [Description] 1
FP 206 Field Practicum [Description] 1
FP 306 Field Practicum [Description] 1
Capstone Course 3 Credit Hours
CP 490 Capstone [Description] 3
Total 129
Adult Degree Completion Program

General Education Courses


36 Credit Hours

English Language/Communication: 3 credit hours (Includes courses in English Composition, writing, literature, speech, etc.)

Social Sciences: 3 credit hours (Includes courses in Psychology, Political Science, Economics, Sociology, Cultural Anthropology, etc.)

Humanities: 3 credit hours (Includes courses in Art, Music, Theater, Film, Literature, Philosophy, Ethics, etc.)

Science/Math: 3 credit hours (Includes courses in Biology, Physics, Environmental Science, Math, Computer Science, Statistics, Health, Accounting, etc.)

History: 3 credit hours (Includes courses in American, Korean, World, Art History, etc.)

General Studies Electives: 21 credit hours (Include courses in the areas listed above)

Elective Courses 24 Credit Hours
Bible and Theology Courses 18 Credit Hours (Select 6 Courses)
NT 101 Introduction to New Testament [Description] 3
OT 101 Introduction to Old Testament [Description] 3
NT 202 Life of Christ [Description] 3
OT 203 Pentateuch [Description] 3
TH 201 Bible Doctrines I [Description] 3
BS 301 Interpretation of the Bible [Description] 3
NT 303 Acts and Pauline Epistles [Description] 3
TH 301 Bible Doctrines II [Description] 3
OT 303 History of Israel [Description] 3
TH 401 Theology of Spiritual Life [Description] 3
Music Core Courses 21 Credit Hours (Select 7 Courses)
MU 101 Aural Skills [Description] 3
MU 102 Music Theory I [Description] 3
MU 103 Music Theory II [Description] 3
MU 201 Music History I [Description] 3
MU 202 Music History II [Description] 3
MU 203 Music Education [Description] 3
MU 301 Music History III [Description] 3
MU 302 Music History IV [Description] 3
MU 303 Introduction to Modern Music [Description] 3
MU 401 Survey of Form in Music [Description] 2
MU 402 Style Criticism [Description] 2
Applied Area Core Courses 18 Credit Hours
MU 104 Applied Area I [Description] 2
MU 105 Applied Area II [Description] 2
MU 107 Annual Jury [Description] 0
MU 204 Applied Area III [Description] 2
MU 205 Applied Area IV [Description] 2
MU 207 Annual Jury [Description] 0
MU 304 Applied Area V [Description] 2
MU 305 Applied Area VI [Description] 2
MU 307 Annual Jury [Description] 0
MU 403 Applied Area VII [Description] 2
MU 404 Applied Area VIII [Description] 2
MU 405 Graduate Recital [Description] 2
MU 408 Annual Jury [Description] 0
Applied Area Elective Courses 6 Credit Hours
  < Piano Applied Area >
MU 406 The Survey of Piano Literature I [Description] 3
MU 407 The Survey of Piano Literature II [Description] 3

  < Voice Applied Area >
MU 409 The Survey of Vocal Literature I [Description] 3
MU 410 The Survey of Vocal Literature II [Description] 3

  < Conducting Applied Area >
MU 411 Instrumental Conducting [Description] 3
MU 412 Anthem Literature [Description] 3

  < CCM Applied Area >
MU 413 Praise and Worship I [Description] 3
MU 414 Praise and Worship II [Description] 3

  < Composition Applied Area >
MU 415 Analysis of Anthem Literature [Description] 3
MU 416 Forms in Piano Music [Description] 3

  < Instrument Applied Area >
MU 417 Survey of Instrumental Music Literature I [Description] 3
MU 418 Survey of Instrumental Music Literature II [Description] 3
Field Practicum Core Courses 3 Credit Hours
FP 106 Field Practicum [Description] 1
FP 206 Field Practicum [Description] 1
FP 306 Field Practicum [Description] 1
Capstone Course 3 Credit Hours
CP 490 Capstone [Description] 3
Total 129
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