Requirements for a Major in Instrumental Music - Woodwind (Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone), Brass (Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba), Percussion Concentrations
|Forty-five semester hours including:|
|MUS 1116||Strings (for nonstring players)||1|
|MUS 1119||Percussion 1||1|
|MUS 2260||Elementary Conducting (Music Education Elementary)||2|
|MUS 3260||Instrumental Conducting||2|
|MUS 3136||Instrumental Methods I||1|
|MUS 4219||Marching Band/Jazz Pedagogy||2|
|Fourteen semester hours applied concentration. Credit earned for applied music study may not be used to satisfy degree requirements until candidate is officially admitted to the School of Music. Any exceptions to this policy must be approved by the Dean of the School of Music.||14|
|Four semester hours secondary applied (Piano Level IIs). Must have a grade of “C” or above in all secondary piano courses. 2||4|
|A minimum of seven semesters of large ensemble; enrollment in ensemble in the major performing area required for every term in residence, except during the student teaching semester. Enrollment in marching band is required during the first two years of residency.||7|
|Four to five semester hours chamber music (four hours for woodwinds/brass and five hours for percussion)||4-5|
|Thirty-one semester hours music core||31|
Percussion majors do not have to take MUS 1119 Percussion.
The s in Piano Levels indicates that the curriculum in these levels is designed for secondary piano students.