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1 Iowa State University MUSIC Administered by the Department of Music and Theatre Undergraduate Study The Department of Music and Theatre offers a strong undergraduate music program, where students study with full-time faculty professionals in a supportive environment that encourages students to become their best. The music curriculum provides:. A comprehensive program of professional studies for students who wish to prepare for careers in music, including teaching, performance, and composition, and for students who plan to pursue graduate studies in music.. Courses in music literature, theory and areas of performance for all students, regardless of major. The department embodies the land-grant philosophy of service to the people of the state with a faculty of active scholars, teachers, and artists committed to excellence in teaching, creative/scholarly work, and arts outreach. The department is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). The Theatre Program is administered by the Department of Music and Theatre (see Index, Theatre and Performing Arts.) Curricula Available to Music Majors Students interested in pursuing an emphasis in music theater should see Index, Theater and Performing Arts. Bachelor of Music This curriculum leads to the degree bachelor of music. This degree is more specialized and contains fewer general education requirements than the bachelor of arts degree with a major in music. Students in this curriculum choose between options in education, performance, and composition. To obtain a bachelor of music degree, a student must earn a minimum of credits (depending on the option chosen) including a minimum of credits in residence at Iowa State University and a minimum of 5 advanced credits in courses numbered 00 or above and must meet all of the requirements specified below. Courses taken on a pass/not pass basis may be counted toward the required total credits, and may be used to meet the advanced credit requirement, if appropriate, but may not be used to satisfy any other graduation requirement. Degree Requirements GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (Students choosing the music education option should consult their advisers.) cr. Social : 6 Humanities: 6 MUSIC 8 History of Music I MUSIC 8 History of Music II Natural s Mathematics, Natural s: 6 s (not Music) 5 OTHER REQUIREMENTS 5 Cr. ENGL 50 Critical Thinking and Communication * ENGL 50 Written, Oral, Visual, and Electronic Composition * LIB 60 Information Literacy World Languages and Cultures 8 MUSIC CORE 7 CR. MUSIC 0 Introduction to Music Literature and Styles MUSIC Music Theory I MUSIC 5 Aural Theory I MUSIC Music Theory II MUSIC 5 Aural Theory II MUSIC Music Theory III MUSIC 5 Aural Theory III MUSIC Music Theory IV MUSIC 5 Aural Theory IV MUSIC 6 Conducting I All of the following are required, cr. minimum total MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 Applied Music for Majors One of the following MUSIC 7 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 75 History of American Music Music of the Baroque and Classical Eras Music of the Romantic Era MUSIC X Applied Theory: Improvisation & Arranging s (See Requirement and Options below for details)) MUSIC 0 / Recital R OPTION: select from the list below -5.5 Total Credits Select one of the following options: 5.5 Vocal K- (Also see Index, Teacher.) MUSIC 8 Technology in Music Instruction MUSIC 66 Introduction to Music MUSIC 7B Functional Piano: Voice Majors MUSIC 60 Voice Pedagogy MUSIC 6A Conducting II: Choral Conducting Techniques MUSIC 66 Methods of Music MUSIC 67 Choral Literature MUSIC 7X Instrumental Methods for Vocalists 8 credits of each of the following: 6 MUSIC 7R MUSIC 7S Student Teaching: Music-Elementary Student Teaching: Music-Secondary MUSIC 65 Choral Materials and Methods MUSIC 66 Program Development and Evaluation in Music Credit in the following:.5 MUSIC 80K MUSIC 80K Pre-Student Teaching Experience I: Music Pre-Student Teaching Experience III: Music (repeatable) One of the following MUSIC 0 THTRE 5 Opera Studio Musical Theatre I 7

2 Music THTRE 55 C I 0 C I 06 Musical Theatre II Social Foundations of in the United States Multicultural Foundations of School and Society: Introduction C I 6 Principles of Secondary SP ED 0 Teaching Secondary Students with Exceptionalities in General Total Credits Instrumental K- (Also see Index, Teacher.) MUSIC 8 Technology in Music Instruction MUSIC 66 Introduction to Music MUSIC 50 Instrumental Techniques: Strings MUSIC 5 Instrumental Techniques: Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone MUSIC 5 Instrumental Techniques: Oboe, Bassoon MUSIC 5 Instrumental Techniques: Trumpet, Horn MUSIC 5 Instrumental Techniques: Trombone, Baritone, Tuba MUSIC 55 Instrumental Techniques: Percussion MUSIC 6B Conducting II: Instrumental Conducting Techniques MUSIC 66 Methods of Music One of the following - MUSIC 68 Marching Band and Jazz Techniques ( cr.) MUSIC 90A Independent Study: (String Ped. cr.) MUSIC 75X Choral Methods for Instrumentalists MUSIC 6 MUSIC 66 Instrumental Administration, Materials, and Methods Program Development and Evaluation in Music 8 credits of each of the following: 6 MUSIC 7R MUSIC 7S Student Teaching: Music-Elementary Student Teaching: Music-Secondary Credit in the following:.5 MUSIC 80K MUSIC 80K C I 0 Pre-Student Teaching Experience I: Music Pre-Student Teaching Experience III: Music (repeatable) Social Foundations of in the United States C I 06 Multicultural Foundations of School and Society: MUSIC 7 Music of the Baroque and Classical Eras Introduction MUSIC 75 Music of the Romantic Era C I 6 Principles of Secondary MUSIC 76 Music of the Twentieth Century SP ED 0 Teaching Secondary Students with One of the following Exceptionalities in General MUSIC 0 Seminar in Music Theory Total Credits MUSIC 6 Electronic Music Synthesis Voice MUSIC 7B Functional Piano: Voice Majors Additional credits in these courses 8 MUSIC 9A MUSIC 9A : Voice Applied Music: Voice MUSIC English and Italian Diction for Singing MUSIC 5 French and German Diction for Singing MUSIC 60 Voice Pedagogy One of the following MUSIC 0 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 5A Seminar in Music Theory Electronic Music Synthesis Literature and Pedagogy in Applied Music: Voice (Lit.) Second world language 8 s Total Credits Piano Additional credits in these courses MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B Applied Music for Majors: Piano : Piano : Piano Applied Music: Piano 5 credits from: 5 MUSIC Advanced (5 credits of topics) MUSIC 7A Functional Piano: Keyboard majors. 5 credits from: 5 MUSIC 5B Literature and Pedagogy in Applied Music: Piano (Lit. & Ped.) One of the following MUSIC 0 MUSIC 6 Seminar in Music Theory Electronic Music Synthesis s Total Credits Organ Credits from these courses MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B Applied Music for Majors: Piano : Piano Additional credits in these courses 8 MUSIC 9C MUSIC 9C : Organ Applied Music: Organ 5 credits from: 5 MUSIC 5C Literature and Pedagogy in Applied Music: Organ (Lit. & Ped.) One of the following MUSIC 7 History of American Music Second world language 8 Total Credits String instruments Additional credits in these courses MUSIC 9D Applied Music for Majors: Strings

3 Iowa State University MUSIC 9D MUSIC 9D MUSIC 9D : Strings : Strings Applied Music: Strings Additional credits in these courses 6 MUSIC 8 MUSIC Symphony Orchestra Advanced One of the following MUSIC 0 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 5D Seminar in Music Theory Electronic Music Synthesis Literature and Pedagogy in Applied Music: Strings (Lit. & Ped.) s 6 Total Credits Wind or percussion instrument Additional credits in theses courses MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 Applied Music for Majors credits from: MUSIC Advanced Musice 00 level or above One of the following MUSIC 0 MUSIC 6 Seminar in Music Theory Electronic Music Synthesis MUSIC 5 Literature and Pedagogy in Applied Music s 6 Total Credits Composition credits from: MUSIC 90C Special Problems: Composition credits from: MUSIC 90C Independent Study: Composition MUSIC 6 Introduction to Music Technology MUSIC 6A Conducting II: Choral Conducting Techniques MUSIC 6B Conducting II: Instrumental Conducting Techniques 6 credits from the following 6 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 0 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 90B MUSIC 90I MIDI and Digital Audio Techniques Seminar in Music Theory Electronic Music Synthesis Independent Study: Theory Independent Study: Electronic Music s Total Credits Bachelor of Arts Music Major A more general degree than the bachelor of music, the bachelor of arts degree requires no formal specialization. It includes more general education requirements and provides a broader course of academic study. For the undergraduate curriculum in Liberal Arts and s, major in music, leading to the degree bachelor of arts, see Liberal Arts and s, Curriculum. Candidates for the degree bachelor of arts with a music major will normally complete 8 credits of music including the following required courses: credits: MUSIC 9 Applied Music for Majors MUSIC 0 Introduction to Music Literature and Styles credits: MUSIC 9 MUSIC Music Theory I MUSIC 5 Aural Theory I MUSIC Music Theory II MUSIC 5 Aural Theory II MUSIC 9 MUSIC Music Theory III MUSIC 5 Aural Theory III MUSIC Music Theory IV MUSIC 5 Aural Theory IV MUSIC 8 History of Music I MUSIC 8 History of Music II credits from MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC 0 Wind Jazz Symphonic Band Lyrica Women's Choir Oratorio Chorus Iowa State Singers Symphony Orchestra Advanced Opera Studio Music s 8 Total Credits 8 Bachelor of arts students whose chief professional interest lies in research are encouraged to minor in world languages and cultures, history, literature, or philosophy. General Requirements Entrance Audition. In order to be accepted as a music major, a prospective student must pass an entrance audition for the applied faculty in his/her performance area (piano, organ, woodwinds, strings, percussion, brass, or voice). Passing the audition is dependent on the demonstration of performance skills appropriate for college level instruction and the potential to perform at a professional level. In addition, the number of students accepted must balance with the space available in the corresponding applied studios. Once accepted, a student must complete a placement examination in keyboard skills. This examination is normally given by members of the departmental faculty the week preceding the opening of classes for fall semester.

4 Music Seminars and Recitals. All music majors enrolled for applied music courses will attend a weekly -hour seminar in their areas, departmental recitals, and recitals of their choosing each semester. Requirement. See the options above for additional ensemble requirements. All Bachelor of Music students: Enrollment in an ensemble course, chosen from the lists below, each semester of full-time enrollment (except during student teaching) is required. Students in a music education options: At least six semesters of large ensemble and one semester of chamber music ensemble, chosen from the lists below, are required. One semester of A may count as a large ensemble. Bachelor of Music students in options other than education: At least semesters of large ensemble and one semester of chamber music ensemble, chosen from the lists below, are required. Large s: MUSIC Wind MUSIC 5 Symphonic Band MUSIC Lyrica Women's Choir MUSIC 5 Oratorio Chorus MUSIC 6 Iowa State Singers MUSIC 8 Symphony Orchestra Chamber music ensembles: MUSIC Jazz MUSIC 6 Iowa State Singers MUSIC 0 Opera Studio - MUSIC Advanced Continuation Examination To be approved for continuation as a music major on the junior level, and enroll in Music 9, a student must pass a continuation examination taken normally at the end of the fourth semester as a music major. Before taking this examination, the student must complete the requisite forms as well as write an essay including:. his/her personal goals. a self-assessment of his/her progress thus far. an assessment of what he/she expects to accomplish before graduation The student taking the Continuation Examination performs for a Continuation Examination Committee. Requirements include the performance of three works representing different periods or styles selected by, and studied with, the applied teacher, a self-prepared piece, and sight reading. The student must display acceptable solo ability and performance techniques in at least one of the applied areas. A written evaluation will be given each student following his/her performance. This evaluation will include a candid assessment of the student s potential to achieve his/her goals. In addition, the student may arrange to meet with members of the Continuation Examination Committee at a later date to discuss the results of his/her Continuation Examination. See Piano Proficiency below. For details and forms go to: Piano Proficiency Requirement All music majors must demonstrate proficiency in functional skills at the piano. Keyboard music majors (students whose primary instrument is piano or organ) accomplish this through courses in their curricula. All other students accomplish this by satisfactorily completing Music 8.All entering non-keyboard music majors with previous piano experience meet with the class piano instructor, usually the week before classes start in the fall semester, to determine the appropriate piano class (7, 8, 7, 8) for their initial piano enrollment. Some students are deemed to have met the piano proficiency at this time. Non-keyboard music majors with no previous piano experience should enroll in Music 7, Class Piano I. Continuous enrollment in piano classes is REQUIRED until successful completion of the piano proficiency requirement. Important: The piano proficiency must be met, either through completion of Music 8 or demonstration of proficiency, to pass the continuation examination. Failure to do so could delay a student's graduation. All students must fulfill the piano proficiency requirement in order to pass the continuation examination and enroll in Music 9. Graduation Proficiency To be recommended for graduation, a music student should demonstrate to the music faculty mature acquaintance with performance styles, technique, and repertoire. All music majors will participate in departmental recitals to the satisfaction of the department. Candidates for the bachelor of music degree will present a graduation recital. Communication Proficiency requirement: The department requires a grade of C or better in each of ENGL 50 and ENGL 50 (or ENGL 50H). In addition the Communication Proficiency must be certified through one of the following options:. Certification of writing skills, by the instructor, after completion of one of the following: MUSIC 0 Introduction to Music Literature and Styles MUSIC 8 History of Music I MUSIC 8 History of Music II MUSIC 7 History of American Music MUSIC 7 Music of the Baroque and Classical Eras MUSIC 75 Music of the Romantic Era (Passing one of these courses does not automatically satisfy the requirements for Communication Proficiency.). Satisfactory completion of an advanced writing course: ENGL 0 Business Communication ENGL 05 Creative Writing: Nonfiction ENGL Technical Communication Learning Outcomes and Assessment Music graduates will understand and demonstrate:. Knowledge of music cultural heritage and history. Appreciation for musical creativity, reasoning, and the aesthetic value of music. Knowledge of organization and structures of music. Analytical skills necessary for listening, performing, and teaching

5 Iowa State University Skills necessary to perform music from a variety of periods, styles, and genres 6. Necessary abilities to communicate ideas musically, verbally, and in writing 7. Awareness of the diversity of musical ideas throughout the world s cultures 8. For Music students: success in meeting the ISU Teaching Standards as outlined by the University Teacher Program Assessment measures include the continuation examination, graduating senior surveys and exit interviews, public performances, senior projects, course grades, teacher certification (for music education students), and the National Association of Schools of Music accreditation review. Minor in Music Candidates for the minor in music will complete 9 credits in music including: MUSIC Music Theory I MUSIC Music Theory II Two of the following 6 MUSIC 0 MUSIC 0 or MUSIC 0 MUSIC 0 MUSIC 8 Introduction to Music Listening Introduction to Music Literature and Styles Masterpieces of Music and Art in Western Culture. History of American Rock 'n' Roll History of Music I credits chosen from the following MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 0 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 90F Wind Jazz Symphonic Band Lyrica Women's Choir Oratorio Chorus Iowa State Singers Symphony Orchestra Opera Studio Advanced Applied Music: Non-majors Applied Music: Non-majors Special Problems: Applied Music At least 6 of the 9 credits must be in courses numbered 00 and above taken at ISU with a grade of C or better. The minor must include at least 9 credits that are not used to meet any other department, college, or university requirement. Students pursuing a music minor must meet the audition requirements and/or prerequisites for all courses they wish to take. Minor in Music Technology Candidates for the minor in music technology will complete 5 credits including: MUSIC 6 Introduction to Music Technology MUSIC 6 MIDI and Digital Audio Techniques MUSIC 6 Electronic Music Synthesis 7 credits from the following 7 COM S 07 Applied Computer Programming COM S 07 or COM S 7 COM S 08 COM S 8 COM S 09 COM S 7 CPR E 9 E E 0 E E E E M E 5 PHYS 98 S E 9 MUSIC 0 or MUSIC 05 MUSIC 0 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 0 or MUSIC 0 MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 5 Fundamentals of Computer Programming Introduction to Object-oriented Programming Intermediate Computer Programming Introduction to Data Structures Software Development Practices Advanced Programming Techniques Software Project Management Electric Circuits Signals and Systems I Signals and Systems II Engineering Acoustics Physics of Music Software Construction and User Interfaces Fundamentals of Music Basic Musicianship Introduction to Music Listening Applied Music: Non-majors Introduction to Music Literature and Styles Masterpieces of Music and Art in Western Culture. Music Theory I Aural Theory I Music Theory II Aural Theory II MUSIC 90F Special Problems: Applied Music arr MUSIC 0 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 90I History of American Rock 'n' Roll Applied Music: Non-majors History of Music I History of Music II History of American Music Independent Study: Electronic Music Total Credits 5 Arranged with instructor. Music courses that may be taken by music majors to meet the requirements for the Music Technology minor are limited to the following: MUSIC 6 Introduction to Music Technology MUSIC 6 MIDI and Digital Audio Techniques MUSIC 6 Electronic Music Synthesis MUSIC 90I Independent Study: Electronic Music arr MUSIC 590I Special Topics: Electronic Music arr Arranged with instructor. At least six of the fifteen credits must be taken at Iowa State University in courses numbered 00 or above with a grade of C or higher. The minor must include at least nine credits not used to meet any other department, college, or university requirement. Students pursuing a minor in music technology must meet the audition requirements and/or prerequisites for all music courses they wish to take.

6 6 Music Music, B.A. MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 0 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC Music ensemble MUSIC 5 ENGL 50 LIB 60 MATH Music ensemble Arts & Humanities 6 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 Music: ensemble Music: ENGL 50 Social (Continuation Examination) 6 MUSIC 9 Music World Language/ World Language/ Arts & Humanities Natural Natural s 6 Social 5 6 Music Natural Arts & Humanities s Social s 9 Total Credits: 6 placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. Students with a concentration in piano or organ do not take Class Study in Piano. Students not required to take four semesters of class piano will take additional music elective credits. Four credits chosen from the following ensembles are required:,, 5,, 5, 6, 9,. ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB 60. LAS majors require a minimum of 0 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World Language requirements must be met. Courses which may be used for the General Requirements can be found at: ( index.shtml) All ISU students must complete a three-credit course in U.S. diversity and a three-credit course in international perspectives. A list of approved courses can be found at:: ( ( The courses taken to meet these requirements may also be used to meet other requirements. Scheduling of the general education requirements where specific courses are not indicated can be flexible. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated. (Most music courses are offered on semester each year.) B.Mus. - organ B.Mus. - piano B.Mus. - strings B.Mus. - wind or percussion instrument Music, B.Mus. - Instrumental: K- Certification MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 0 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 5 ENGL 50 c MUSIC - 5/5/55 ** LIB 60 c MUSIC 58B 0 Gen. Ed. (American History) Gen. Ed. (Math) PSYCH 0 MUSIC 66 c Apply to Teacher Program MUSIC 80K MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 50/5/5 ** MUSIC - 5/5/55 ** MUSIC 58B 0 MUSIC 58B 0 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 ENGL 50 SP CM PHYS 98 fall only MUSIC 8 C I 0 MUSIC 68 (odd springs) or MUSIC 6 (even springs) or MUSIC 90A (arr.) ++ -

7 Iowa State University Continuation Exam 8-0 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 50/5/5 ** MUSIC - 5/5/55 ** MUSIC 58B 0 MUSIC 6B MUSIC 6 MUSIC 58B 0 MUSIC 66 c MUSIC 80K MUSIC 80K MUSIC 68 Adv. History or Theory * (odd springs) or MUSIC 6 (even springs) or MUSIC 90 (arr.) ++ - Adv. History or Theory * SP ED 0 c World Language PSYCH/C I C I 06 World Language 8-0 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7S 8 MUSIC 50/5/5 ** MUSIC 7R 8 MUSIC 58B 0 MUSIC 66 MUSIC 56 Gen. Ed. - C I 6 MUSIC 80K C Gen. Ed. - Humanities MUSIC 0 0 Total Credits: placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. Students with a concentration in piano or organ do not take Class Study in Piano. ** Students should take the major area (WW or brass) with which they are lest familiar first to gain more experience in lab band. However, WW players planning to gain additional skills on a nd WW, might choose to take that area first. Non-WW players should take 5 before 5. 58B must be taken concurrently with each tech course (50-55). ++ Alternate year courses. String players take 90B and 6. WW and c brass players take 68 and 6. These courses which appear in the same semester must be taken concurrently. The LAS world language requirement must be met. The U.S. diversity and international perspectives requirements are automatically met with courses required for this degree option (C I 06 and MUSIC 8). Many general education and education (C I = Curriculum and Instruction) courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated as well as summer. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated (Most music courses are offered on semester each year). Music, B.Mus. - organ ENGL 50 c Humanities MUSIC 9C Social MUSIC MUSIC 0 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 9C Music MUSIC Math/Natural MUSIC 5 Social LIB 60 Music 8 6 MUSIC 9C MUSIC 9C MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 Music Music PHYS 98 Humanities ENGL 50 General MUSIC 7 (Continuation Examiniation) 6 8 MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9C MUSIC 9C MUSIC 6 MUSIC 5C Music Theory - 00 Music Music World Language/ Theory - 00 Music World Language/ Math/Natural 7 MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9C MUSIC 9C Music Theory - 00 Music Music Theory - 00 Music Second World Language MUSIC 5C

8 8 Music General Total Credits: 8 Second World Language c ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB 60. MUSIC The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found Flexibility in scheduling. Many general education courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated. (Most music courses are offered on semester each year.) * Some advanced theory and history courses (organ major requires of each) are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed in the course descriptions in the catalog at: Music, B.Mus. - piano ENGL 50 c Humanities MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 Music MUSIC 0 LIB 60 Math/Natural Music 6 MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 Music Music ENGL 50 MUSIC 7 MUSIC (Continuation Examination) 6 6 MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 6 MUSIC 5B Music Theory - 00 Level Music PHYS 98 World Language/ Music Theory - 00 Level Music World Language/ 7 5 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 9B MUSIC 9B Music General Music Theory - 00 Math/Natural General Humanities Social Social MUSIC 5B MUSIC 0 0 Total Credits: 5 c ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found Flexibility in scheduling. Many general education courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated. (Most music courses are offered on semester each year.) * Some advanced theory and history courses (piano major requires history, theory) are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed in the course descriptions in the catalog at: Music, B.Mus. - strings ENGL 50 c Humanities MUSIC 9D MUSIC 8 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 9D MUSIC MUSIC 0 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 MUSIC Math/Natural MUSIC 5 LIB

9 Iowa State University MUSIC 9D MUSIC 9D MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC D MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 ENGL 50 MUSIC 8 Social (Continuation Examination) 5 6 MUSIC D MUSIC 9D MUSIC 9D MUSIC D MUSIC 6 Music Theory - 00 MUSIC 5D MUSIC 8 Music Theory - 00 World MUSIC 8 World Language/ Language/ Math/Natural Choice 6 5 MUSIC D MUSIC 8 MUSIC 9 MUSIC D MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5D PHYS 98 MUSIC 9D Social Music Theory - 00 General Humanities Total Credits: 5 General MUSIC placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. Students not required to take four semesters of class piano will take additional music elective credits. c ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB 60. The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found Flexibility in scheduling. Many general education courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated. (Most music courses are offered on semester each year.) * Some advanced theory and history courses (string major requires history, theory) are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed in the course descriptions in the catalog at: Music, B.Mus. - wind or percussion instrument ENGL 50 c Arts and MUSIC 9 Humanites Music MUSIC 7 MUSIC 9 MUSIC MUSIC 0 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 Music MUSIC Social MUSIC 5 LIB 60 c 7 5 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 Music ENGL 50 Music General (Continuation Examination) 5 5 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 6 MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 Music Theory - 00 Music Music Theory - 00 Music

10 0 Music World Language/ Music 00+ level World Language/ Math/Natural 8 7 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 Music PHYS 98 Music Theory - 00 Arts & Humanities Math/Natural Social MUSIC 0 0 General Total Credits: 5 5 placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. Students with a concentration in piano or organ do not take Class Study in Piano. Students not required to take four semesters of class piano will take additional elective credits. c ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB 60. The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found Flexibility in scheduling. Many general education courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated. (Most music courses are offered on semester each year.) * Some advanced theory and history courses (wind or percussion major requires history, theory) are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed in the course descriptions in the catalog at: B.Mus. - voice Music, B.Mus. - vocal: K- certification MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 0 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC Choral MUSIC 5 MUSIC 58A 0 Choral ENGL 50 c MUSIC 58A 0 HIST SP CM c Math course MUSIC 66 c LIB 60 c MUSIC 80K MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC MUSIC 6 (even falls) or PSYCH 0 (off falls) ++ - MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 Choral MUSIC 58A Choral MUSIC 60 (even springs)++ 0 MUSIC 6A (odd springs) or MUSIC 67 (even springs) ++ ENGL 50 MUSIC 8 C I 0 PSYCH 0 (odd springs) or C I (even springs) PHYS 98 MUSIC 58A 0 Continuation Exam - 0 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 Choral MUSIC 7 MUSIC 66 c Choral MUSIC 80K c Adv. Theory * Adv. Theory * MUSIC 60 MUSIC 58A 0 MUSIC 6A (odd springs) or MUSIC 67 (even spring) ++ MUSIC 6 (even falls) or C I (odd falls) ++ - MUSIC 58A + 0 SP ED 0 c MUSIC 80K World Language World Language General MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7R 8 MUSIC 66 c MUSIC 7S 8 Choral MUSIC 0 MUSIC 65 MUSIC 58A 0 Humanities Requirement C I 6 MUSIC 80K c C I 06

11 Iowa State University MUSIC 0 0 Total Credits: c 0 6 placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. Students with a concentration in piano or organ do not take Class Study in Piano. Lab is required every semester offered: Fall and odd springs. These courses which appear in the same semester must be taken concurrently. ++ Alternate year courses: The usual semester of offering is indicated by the calendar year (odd or even) of the semester. Consult the current catalog and the department web site for up-to-date information about semesters courses are offered. Psych 0 and C I are offered every semester; when they are taken is determined by the schedules o the alternate year music courses. The LAS World Language requirements must be met. The U.S. diversity and international perspectives requirements are automatically met with courses required for this degree option (C I 06 and MUSIC 8). * Advanced theory and history courses (music education major requires history, theory) are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed in the course descriptions in the catalog at: Flexibility in scheduling. Many general education courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated (Most music courses are offered on semester each year). Music, B.Mus. - voice ENGL 50 c Humanities MUSIC 9A Social MUSIC 7 MUSIC 9A MUSIC MUSIC 0 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 Music MUSIC Math/Natural MUSIC 5 LIB 60 Music 6 7 MUSIC 9A MUSIC 9A MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 Music Music PHYS 98 Humanities ENGL 50 General (Continuation Examination) 7 7 MUSIC 9A MUSIC 9A MUSIC or 5A MUSIC 5 or 60 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 7 Music Theory - 00 Level Music World Language/ Music Theory - 00 Music World Language/ Math/Natural 5 8 MUSIC 9A MUSIC 9A MUSIC 9B - MUSIC 9B - MUSIC 5A or Music Music Second World Language Social Theory - 00 MUSIC 60 or 5 Music Second World Language General MUSIC 0 0 Total Credits: placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. MUSIC alternate Fall (even numbered years) / MUSIC 5 alternate Spring (odd number years -- same academic year; MUSIC 60 alternate Spring (even numbered years) when 5 is not taught. c ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB 60. The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found Flexibility in scheduling. Many general education courses can easily be taken in different semesters than indicated. Music courses are best kept in the order/semesters indicated. (Most music courses are offered on semester each year.) * Some advanced theory and history courses (voice major requires history, theory) are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed in the course descriptions in the catalog at:

12 Music Music, B.Mus.-composition ENGL 50 Math/Natural MUSIC 9 One credit: One credit: MUSIC 90C MUSIC 90C MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 0 MUSIC MUSIC 8 MUSIC 5 MUSIC Music MUSIC 5 Social Music LIB MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 7 MUSIC 8 MUSIC 8 MUSIC MUSIC MUSIC 5 MUSIC 5 MUSIC 8 Music Music One credit: One credit: MUSIC 90C MUSIC 90C ENGL 50 MUSIC 6 General Continuation R Examination 5 7 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 6 MUSIC 6A or MUSIC 6B Music Theory* Music Theory* Music Music Two credits: Three credits: MUSIC 90C MUSIC 90C World Language Math/Natural PHYS 98 World Language 6 7 MUSIC 9 MUSIC 9 Music Theory* Music Theory* Music Music ensemble Three credits: Four credits: MUSIC 90C MUSIC 90C Humanities MUSIC 6A or 6B Social Humanities General MUSIC 0 Total Credits: 7 / Recital 6 placement in the Class Study in Piano courses. Students with a concentration in piano or organ do not take Class Study in Piano. Students placing out of class piano may need to take additional elective credits to earn the required.5 cr. for the BM degree. ENGL 50 requires concurrent enrollment in LIB 60. Alternate year course, taught in odd number years, spring semester. The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found Some advanced theory and history courses are not offered every semester. Semesters of offerings are listed int he course descriptions in the catalog. The BM in composition requires one advanced history course ( cr.) and 9 credits of advanced theory from the following courses: 6, 0, 6, 90B, 590I. Advanced theory courses must include 6 or 6. * The BM degree requires a minimum of.5 credits, including a minimum of 5 credits at the 00/00 level. The LAS World for the General Requirements can be found at: ( satisfied with MUSIC 8). A list of approved courses can be found R

B. Total for Major 58 semester hours. II. Liberal Arts 32 semester hours # May be double counted toward Major and Liberal Arts Requirements.

B. Total for Major 58 semester hours. II. Liberal Arts 32 semester hours # May be double counted toward Major and Liberal Arts Requirements. Music Bachelor of Arts Degree I. Course Requirements for Major A. Program Requirements 58 semester hours 1. #MSC 137 Class Piano for Music Majors I 1 2. #MSC 138 Class Piano for Music Majors II 1 3. MSC

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