Requirements for a Secondary Major in Instrumental Music Performance
|Thirty-five semester hours including:|
|Undergraduate Applied Music in Emphasis Area||8|
|Advanced Undergraduate Applied Music in Emphasis Area||8|
|Large Ensemble in Emphasis Area||8|
|Secondary Ensemble in Emphasis Area||4|
|MUS 1301||Theory I 1||3|
|MUS 1101||Musicianship I 1||1|
|MUS 3315||Survey of Music Literature||3|
|MUS 1001||Recital Attendance (four semesters)||0|
|MUS 40**||Full Solo Recital (pass/fail; zero credit)||0|
Theory placement exam required. If a student wishes to use transfer credit or credit by exam for these courses, the student must take the next courses in the theory and musicianship sequence to total 4 credit hours in Theory/Musicianship earned at Baylor.
Admission to a secondary major in Instrumental Music Performance is by audition only, and students must enter this program before earning 45 credit hours at Baylor. This major is available only for woodwinds, brass, string, or percussion instruments. All hours of applied music in the emphasis area must be taken in the same instrument.