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Bachelor of Music

 

These three four-year programs include areas of study in:

   
 


I. APPLIED STUDY & PERFORMANCE

Designed to prepare the student for a performing career. In addition to advanced performance studies, students are offered courses in theory, music history & literature, pedagogy, performance practice, and ensembles.

II. THEORY & COMPOSITION This program is under review. Please note that no new students will be accepted into this program in 2012-13. Students already accepted as majors in this program will be allowed to complete the program. Please consult with the Department of Music and/or the Undergraduate Student Office for more information.

Designed to provide training for students in a career as a composer and/or music theorist.

Students are offered advanced courses in musical form and structure, history, analysis, and compositional techniques to enhance the creative spirit of the composer. Our multi-station electroacoustic computer lab enables students to explore composition using many of the computer-driven compositional tools available.

Designed to prepare the student for graduate work in music theory. Theory curriculum offers study in traditional theory and analysis of tonal and post-tonal music, as well as exposure to recent research in the field including music cognition, metaphor theory, film music, gender studies, and philosophy of theory.

III. MUSICOLOGY (History and Literature) This program is under review. Please note that no new students will be accepted into this program in 2012-13. Students already accepted as majors in this program will be allowed to complete the program. Please consult with the Department of Music and/or the Undergraduate Student Office for more information.

Designed to give a thorough preparation in musicology through the study of advanced history & theory in seminar courses, and to develop skills in research, analysis, and methodology.

IV: INDIVIDUALIZED
Designed to give the student more freedom when choosing music electives.  This stream is geared to students who are interested in completing a Bachelor Music degree, but who do not want to commit to one area of study.

 

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