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1 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) B.M.: Concentrations in Music Performance Academic Plan of Study College of Arts + Architecture Department of Music music.uncc.edu PROGRAM SUMMARY : hours Concentrations: Instrumental Performance, Vocal Performance Declaring the Major: A formal audition and placement examinations in music theory, ear training, and piano are required for acceptance as a music major (see the department website for audition/placement dates). Advising (For the Major): Incoming majors are advised by Hannah Harrell, the Performing Arts Academic Advisor in consultation with Dr. Fred Spano, Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies in Music Advising (For ): Hannah Harrell, Performing Arts Academic Advisor Minimum Grades/GPA: C or better in all required music courses Teacher Licensure: No (Only in B.M. with a Concentration in Music ) Evening Classes Available: No Weekend Classes Available: No Other Information: Scholarships available Contact(s): Dr. Fred Spano, Interim Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies in Music, 333 Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts, , Hannah Harrell, Performing Arts Academic Advisor, 331 Robinson, , PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS The Department of Music offers a B.A. degree in Music, which is a relatively structured program, and B.M. degree with concentrations in Music and Performance, which are very structured programs. All degrees typically require eight semesters of study, regardless of previous coursework. All music majors must take 49+ hours in the Core Music Curriculum, which includes private lessons, ensembles, music theory, ear training, piano, music history, music business, and conducting. In addition to the Core Music Curriculum, B.A. in Music majors must take 18 hours of a designated minor or second major and 19 hours of electives and additional music classes; majors in the B.M. Concentrations in Music Ed must take additional education courses; and majors in the B.M. Concentrations in Performance must take additional specialized courses and electives. Areas Description Pre-Major/ Prerequisites - A formal audition and placement examinations in music theory, ear training, and piano are required for acceptance as a music major (see the dept. website for audition/placement dates). Major Required courses in the major will satisfy university requirements for Writing Intensive and Oral Communications. The culminating experiences for this degree are a Junior Recital and a Senior Recital. See the Student Handbook for more information about these requirements. 34 courses do not satisfy related work requirements for the major. (not satisfied by other major requirements) Related Work 7-23 Students in the Instrumental Concentration of the B.M. in Performance degree must complete 7 hours of specialized music courses, including courses in conducting, pedagogy, and improvisation/arranging. Students in the Vocal Concentration of the B.M. in Performance degree must complete 23 hours of specialized music courses. Foreign Language 0-16 Students in the Instrumental Concentration of the B.M. in Performance degree must meet a Foreign Language proficiency through the 1202 level. Students in the Vocal Concentration of the B.M. in Performance degree must meet two Foreign Language proficiencies through the 1202 level; one of the two languages must be French, German, Italian, or Spanish. Electives 0-15 Students in the Instrumental Performance track of the B.M. in Music Performance degree must take 15 hours of electives to complete the 120-hour degree. Total Total does not include the first Foreign Language. Page 1 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

2 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) SUGGESTED PLAN OF STUDY B.M., INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMANCE CONCENTRATION Freshman Year Number MUSC 1000 Introduction to Music Studies 1 See note 1. MUSC 1230 Structure & Style of Music I 2 See note 1. MUSC 1233 Class Piano I 1 See notes 1 and 4. MUSC 1260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing I 1 See note 1. UWRT 1101 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I 3 X Or other Gen Ed if placed in UWRT 1103 LBST 2102 Global and Intercultural Connections 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX 1201 Foreign Language 1201 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute. MUSC 1231 Structure & Style of Music II 2 See note 1. MUSC 1234 Class Piano II 1 See notes 1 and 4. MUSC 1261 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing II 1 See note 1. MUSC 2101 Introduction to Music Business 2 See note 1. UWRT 1102 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts II 3 X Or UWRT 1103 if placed XXXX 1202 Foreign Language 1202 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute for Year Sophomore Year Number MUSC 2230 Structure & Style of Music III 2 See note 1. MUSC 2233 Class Piano III 1 See notes 1 and 4. MUSC 2260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing III 1 See note 1. LBST 110X LBST 110X Series: Arts and Society (not LBST 1103) 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX MATH or STAT or PHIL X courses may be taken in any order. MUSC 2151 Introduction to Music Technology 1 See note 1. MUSC 2231 Structure and Style of Music IV 2 See note 1. MUSC 2234 Class Piano IV 1 See notes 1 and 4. MUSC 2261 Aural Skills and Sight-Singing IV 1 See note 1. Sophomore Review See note 5. LBST 2102 Global and Intercultural Connections 3 X courses may be taken in any order. MATH XXXX Math 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Natural Science without Lab 3 X courses may be taken in any order. 32 for Year Junior Year Number MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 3. MUSC 3134 Fundamentals of Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 4290 Early Music 3 X W See note 1. LBST 2101 Western Cultural and Historical Awareness 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Natural Science with Lab 4 X courses may be taken in any order. MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 3. MUPF 34XX Junior Recital Preparation 2 See notes 1 and 2. Junior Recital MUSC 3136 Instrumental Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 4294 Classic & Romantic Music 3 X O See note 1. XXXX XXXX Social Science 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Electives 3 31 for Year Page 2 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

3 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) Senior Year Number MUSC 413X Pedagogy 3 See note 1. MUSC 4296 Contemporary & World Music 3 X See note 1. MUSC XXXX Improvisation or Arranging (MUSC 2235, 4234, or 4235) 2 See note 1. XXXX XXXX Additional in Business or Technology 1-3 See note 7. XXXX XXXX Electives 3-5 MUPF 11XX Primary Ensemble 1 See notes 1, 2, and 6. MUPF 11XX Additional Ensemble 1 See notes 3 and 6. MUPF 44XX Senior Recital Preparation 3 See notes 1, 2, and 6. Senior Recital MUSC 3300 Advanced Performance Class 0 See notes 1, 2, and 6. LBST 221X LBST 221X Series: Ethical Issues and Cultural Critique 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Electives 3 XXXX XXXX Electives 3 32 for Year NOTES 1. Each course in the Core Music Curriculum as well as all other required courses in music and music performance must be passed with a grade of C or better to progress through the curriculum. 2. All music majors must enroll in Applied Music, a Primary Ensemble, and Performance Class every fall or spring semester they are enrolled in school. Junior and Senior Recital Preparation courses substitute for Advanced Applied Music. 3. Music Performance majors are required to take an Additional Ensemble every semester. At least two Additional Ensembles must be Secondary Ensembles. See the Student Handbook for approved Secondary Ensembles. 4. Piano/Organ majors must take four semesters of MUSC 2150 (Accompanying) instead of four semesters of Class Piano. 5. All music majors must successfully complete the Sophomore Review before enrolling in any MUPF or MUSC courses at the 3000 or 4000 level. See the Student Handbook for the requirements of the Sophomore Review process. 6. In addition to the courses in the Core Music Curriculum, Bachelor of Music in Music Performance students must complete 5 hours of additional music classes, which are comprised of the final semester of a Primary Ensemble (1 hour), the final semester of an Additional Ensemble (1 hour), the final semester of Advanced Performance Class (0 hours), and Senior Recital Preparation (3 hours). 7. The additional course in Business or Technology can be selected from ENTR 2101 (Introduction to Entrepreneurship), MUSC 1403 (Audio Engineering Practicum), MUSC 2271 (Fundamental Recording Techniques), MUSC 3410 (Music Internship), or other approved courses. ADVISING RESOURCES Requirements for ALL Students: ucol.uncc.edu/general-education Undergraduate Catalog: catalog.uncc.edu Central Advising website: advising.uncc.edu College of Arts + Architecture advising website: coaa.uncc.edu/academics/academic-advising University Advising Center website: advisingcenter.uncc.edu Page 3 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

4 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) SUGGESTED PLAN OF STUDY B.M., VOCAL PERFORMANCE CONCENTRATION Freshman Year Number MUSC 1000 Introduction to Music Studies 1 See note 1. MUSC 1230 Structure & Style of Music I 2 See note 1. MUSC 1233 Class Piano I 1 See note 1. MUSC 1260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing I 1 See note 1. MUSC 2137 Phonetics and Articulation for Singers I 2 See note 1. UWRT 1101 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I 3 X Or UWRT 1103 if placed LBST 2102 Global and Intercultural Connections 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX 1201 Foreign Language 1201 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute. MUSC 1231 Structure & Style of Music II 2 See note 1. MUSC 1234 Class Piano II 1 See note 1. MUSC 1261 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing II 1 See note 1. MUSC 2101 Introduction to Music Business 2 See note 1. MUSC 2138 Phonetics and Articulation for Singers II 2 See note 1. XXXX 1202 Foreign Language 1202 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute for Year Sophomore Year Number MUSC 2230 Structure & Style of Music III 2 See note 1. MUSC 2233 Class Piano III 1 See note 1. MUSC 2260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing III 1 See note 1. UWRT 1102 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts II 3 X N/A if UWRT 1103 was taken. LBST 110X LBST 110X Series: Arts and Society (not LBST 1103) 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX MATH or STAT or PHIL X courses may be taken in any order. MUSC 2151 Introduction to Music Technology 1 See note 1. MUSC 2231 Structure and Style of Music IV 2 See note 1. MUSC 2234 Class Piano IV 1 See note 1. MUSC 2261 Aural Skills and Sight-Singing IV 1 See note 1. Sophomore Review See note 4. MATH XXXX Math 3 X courses may be taken in any order. 32 for Year Junior Year Number MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 3. MUSC 3134 Fundamentals of Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 3151 Accompanying for Non-Pianists 1 See note 1. MUSC 2290 Early Music 3 X W See note 1. LBST 2101 Western Cultural and Historical Awareness 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Natural Science with Lab 4 X courses may be taken in any order. MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 3. MUPF 34XX Junior Recital Preparation 2 See notes 1 and 2. Junior Recital MUSC 3135 Choral Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 4294 Classic & World Music 3 X W See note 1. XXXX XXXX Natural Science without Lab 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Social Science 3 X courses may be taken in any order. 32 for Year Page 4 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

5 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) Senior Year Number MUSC 4137 Vocal Pedagogy and Materials 3 See note 1. MUSC 4235 Orchestration and Arranging 2 See note 1. MUSC 4296 Contemporary & World Music 3 X O See note 1. XXXX XXXX Additional in Business or Technology 1-3 See note 6. XXXX XXXX Second Foreign Language 4 MUPF 11XX Primary Ensemble 1 See notes 1, 2, and 5. MUPF 11XX Additional Ensemble 1 See notes 3 and 5. MUPF 44XX Senior Recital Preparation 3 See note 1, 2, and 5. Senior Recital MUSC 3300 Advanced Performance Class 0 See notes 1, 2, and 5. MUSC 4037 Vocal Literature 3 See note 1. LBST 221X LBST 221X Series: Ethical Issues and Cultural Critique 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Second Foreign Language for Year NOTES 1. Each course in the Core Music Curriculum as well as all other required courses in music and music performance must be passed with a grade of C or better to progress through the curriculum. 2. All music majors must enroll in Applied Music, a Primary Ensemble, and Performance Class every fall or spring semester they are enrolled in school. Junior and Senior Recital Preparation courses substitute for Advanced Applied Music. 3. Music Performance majors are required to take an Additional Ensemble every semester. At least two Additional Ensembles must be Secondary Ensembles. See the Student Handbook for approved Secondary Ensembles. 4. All music majors must successfully complete the Sophomore Review before enrolling in any MUPF or MUSC courses at the 3000 or 4000 level. See the Student Handbook for the requirements of the Sophomore Review process. 5. In addition to the courses in the Core Music Curriculum, Bachelor of Music in Music Performance students must complete 5 hours of additional music classes, which are comprised of the final semester of a Primary Ensemble (1 hour), the final semester of an Additional Ensemble (1 hour), the final semester of Advanced Performance Class (0 hours), and Senior Recital Preparation (3 hours). 6. The additional course in Business or Technology can be selected from ENTR 2101 (Introduction to Entrepreneurship), MUSC 1403 (Audio Engineering Practicum), MUSC 2271 (Fundamental Recording Techniques), MUSC 3410 (Music Internship), or other approved courses. ADVISING RESOURCES Requirements for ALL Students: ucol.uncc.edu/general-education Undergraduate Catalog: catalog.uncc.edu Central Advising website: advising.uncc.edu College of Arts + Architecture advising website: coaa.uncc.edu/academics/academic-advising University Advising Center website: advisingcenter.uncc.edu Page 5 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

6 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) B.M.: Concentrations in Music Academic Plan of Study College of Arts + Architecture Department of Music music.uncc.edu PROGRAM SUMMARY : hours Concentrations: Choral/ Music, Instrumental/ Music Declaring the Major: A formal audition and placement examinations in music theory, ear training, and piano are required for acceptance as a music major (see the department website for audition/placement dates). Advising (For the Major): Incoming majors are advised by Tesh Ramey, Arts Specialist in consultation with Dr. Fred Spano, Coordinator of Music Advising (For ): by Tesh Ramey, Arts Specialist Minimum Grades/GPA: C or better in all required music and music education courses Teacher Licensure: Yes, in B.M. with a Concentration in Music Evening Classes Available: No Weekend Classes Available: No Other Information: Scholarships available Contact(s): o Dr. Fred Spano, Coordinator of Music, 333 Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts, o 0263, Tesh Ramey, Arts Specialist, Storrs 143, , PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS The Department of Music offers a B.A. degree in Music, which is a relatively structured program, and a B.M. degree with Concentrations in Music and Performance, which are very structured programs. All degrees typically require eight semesters of study, regardless of previous coursework. All music majors must take at least 49 hours in the Core Music Curriculum, which includes private lessons, ensembles, music theory, ear training, piano, and music history. In addition to the Core Music Curriculum, B.A. in Music majors must take 18 hours of a designated minor or second major and 13 hours of electives and additional music classes; majors in the B.M. Concentrations in Music must take hours of education courses; and majors in the B.M. Concentrations in Performance must take hours of specialized courses and electives. Areas Description Pre-Major/ Prerequisites - A formal audition and placement examinations in music theory, ear training, and piano are required for acceptance as a music major (see the department website for audition/placement dates). Major 57 Required courses in the major will satisfy university requirements for Writing Intensive and Oral Communications. The culminating experiences for this degree are a Senior Recital and Student Teaching. See the Student Handbook for more information about these requirements. (not satisfied by other major requirements) 34 Music education majors must use PSYC 1101 and PSYC 1101L to satisfy the Natural Science with Lab requirement of. Related Work BM in Music majors must complete hours of education courses that lead to a K-12 teaching license in the State of North Carolina. Foreign Language 0-8 Students must also Foreign Language proficiency through the 1202 level. Electives - Total Total does not include Foreign Language. Page 6 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

7 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) SUGGESTED PLAN OF STUDY B.M., CHORAL/GENERAL MUSIC EDUCATION CONCENTRATION Freshman Year Number MUSC 1000 Introduction to Music Studies 1 See note 1. MUSC 1230 Structure & Style of Music I 2 See note 1. MUSC 1233 Class Piano I 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 1260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing I 1 See note 1. MUSC 2137 Phonetics and Articulation for Singers I 2 See note 1. UWRT 1101 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I 3 X OR other Gen Ed if placed in UWRT XXXX 1201 Foreign Language 1201 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute. MUED 2100 Introduction to Music 2 See note 1. MUSC 1231 Structure & Style of Music II 2 See note 1. MUSC 1234 Class Piano II 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 1261 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing II 1 See note 1. MUSC 2138 Phonetics and Articulation for Singers II 2 See note 1. UWRT 1102 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts II 3 X OR UWRT 1103 if placed. XXXX 1202 Foreign Language 1202 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute for Year Sophomore Year Number MUED 2200 Foundations of Music 2 See note 1. MUSC 2230 Structure & Style of Music III 2 See note 1. MUSC 2233 Class Piano III 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 2260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing III 1 See note 1. LBST 110X LBST 110X Series: Arts and Society (not LBST 1103) 3 X courses may be taken in any order. PSYC 1101+L Psychology with Lab 4 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX MATH or STAT or PHIL X courses may be taken in any order. MUED 2141 Music Development and Learning 2 See note 1. MUSC 2151 Introduction to Music Technology 1 See note 1. MUSC 2231 Structure and Style of Music IV 2 See note 1. MUSC 2234 Class Piano IV 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 2261 Aural Skills and Sight-Singing IV 1 See note 1. Sophomore Review/Apply to Teacher Ed in College of See note 4. LBST 221X LBST 221X Series: Ethical Issues and Cultural Critique 3 X courses may be taken in any order. MATH 1XXX Math 3 X courses may be taken in any order. 35 for Year Junior Year Number MUED 4270 Teaching Discipline: Assessment & Behavior in the Music Classroom 2 See note 1. MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 5. MUSC 3134 Fundamentals of Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 3151 Accompanying for Non-Pianists 1 See note 1. MUSC 4235 Orchestration and Arranging 2 See note 1. MUSC 4290 Early Music 3 X W See note 1. XXXX XXXX Natural Science without Lab 3 X courses may be taken in any order. MUED 4192 Music Methods 2 See note 1. MUED 4192L Methods Lab 1 See note 1. MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 5. MUSC 3135 Choral Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 4137 Vocal Pedagogy 3 See note 1. MUSC 4294 Classic & Romantic Music 3 X O See note 1. LBST 2101 Western Cultural and Historical Awareness 3 X courses may be taken in any order. 35 for Year Page 7 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

8 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) Senior Year Number MUED 4190 Choral Methods 2 See note 1. MUED 4191L Choral Methods Lab 1 See note 1. MUPF 42XX Senior Recital Preparation 2 See notes 1 and 2. Senior Recital MUSC 4094 Instrumental Ensemble Techniques 1 See note 1. MUSC 4296 Contemporary & World Music 3 X O/W See note 1. Music Application to Student Teaching See note 6. EDUC 429X EDUC 4290 or EDUC LBST 2102 Global and Intercultural Connections 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Social Science 3 X courses may be taken in any order. MUED 4467 Student Teaching/Seminar: K-12 Music 12 See note for Year NOTES 8. Each course in the Core Music Curriculum as well as all other required courses in music, education, music education, and music performance must be passed with a grade of C or better to progress through the curriculum. 9. All music majors must enroll in Applied Music, a Primary Ensemble, and Performance Class every fall or spring semester they are enrolled in school, with the exception of the semester of Student Teaching for Music majors. Senior Recital Preparation substitutes for Applied Music. 10. Piano/Organ majors must take four semesters of 1-credit lessons in voice instead of four semesters of Class Piano. 11. All music majors must successfully complete the Sophomore Review before enrolling in any EDUC, MUED, MUPF, or MUSC courses at the 3000 or 4000 level. See the Student Handbook for the requirements of the Sophomore Review and the application to Teacher in the College of. 12. All music majors entering Fall 2013 and later are required to enroll in at least two Secondary Ensembles prior to graduation. See the Student Handbook for approved Secondary Ensembles. 13. See the Student Handbook for the requirements of the Music Application to Student Teaching (MAST). ADVISING RESOURCES Requirements for ALL Students: ucol.uncc.edu/general-education Undergraduate Catalog: catalog.uncc.edu Central Advising website: advising.uncc.edu College of Arts + Architecture advising website: coaa.uncc.edu/academics/academic-advising University Advising Center website: advisingcenter.uncc.edu Page 8 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

9 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) SUGGESTED PLAN OF STUDY B.M., INSTRUMENTAL/GENERAL MUSIC EDU. CONCENTRATION Freshman Year Number MUPF 1117 Instrumental Lab Ensemble 0 Fall only course; must take 4 times. MUSC 1000 Introduction to Music Studies 1 See note 1. MUSC 1230 Structure & Style of Music I 2 See note 1. MUSC 1233 Class Piano I 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 1260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing I 1 See note 1. UWRT 1101 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts I 3 X OR other Gen Ed if placed in UWRT XXXX 1201 Foreign Language 1201 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute. MUSC 1225 Brass Techniques 1 See note 1. MUED 2100 Introduction to Music 2 See note 1. MUSC 1222 Jazz Ensemble Techniques 1 See note 1. MUSC 1231 Structure & Style of Music II 2 See note 1. MUSC 1234 Class Piano II 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 1261 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing II 1 See note 1. MUSC 1223 Woodwind Techniques 1 See note 1. MUSC 2222 Marching Band Techniques 2 See note 1. UWRT 1102 Writing and Inquiry in Academic Contexts II 3 X OR UWRT 1103 if placed. XXXX 1202 Foreign Language 1202 (if needed) (4) A second course may substitute for Year Sophomore Year Number MUED 2200 Foundations of Music 2 See note 1. MUPF 1117 Instrumental Lab Ensemble 0 Fall only course; must take 4 times. MUSC 1229 Percussion Techniques 1 See note 1. MUSC 2230 Structure & Style of Music III 2 See note 1. MUSC 2233 Class Piano III 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 2260 Aural Skills & Sight-Singing III 1 See note 1. LBST 110X LBST 110X Series: Arts and Society (not LBST 1103) 3 X courses may be taken in any order. PSYC 1101+L Psychology with Lab 4 X courses may be taken in any order. MUED 2141 Music Development and Learning 2 See note 1. MUSC 1227 String Techniques 1 See note 1. MUSC 2151 Introduction to Music Technology 1 See note 1. MUSC 2231 Structure and Style of Music IV 2 See note 1. MUSC 2234 Class Piano IV 1 See notes 1 and 3. MUSC 2261 Aural Skills and Sight-Singing IV 1 See note 1. Sophomore Review/Apply to Teacher Ed in College of See note 4. LBST 2102 Global and Intercultural Connections 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX MATH or STAT or PHIL X courses may be taken in any order. 34 for Year Page 9 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

10 B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) Junior Year Number MUED 4270 Teaching Discipline: Assessment & Behavior in the Music Classroom 2 See note 1. MUPF 1117 Instrumental Lab Ensemble 0 Fall only course; must take 4 times. MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 5. MUSC 3134 Fundamentals of Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 4235 Orchestration and Arranging 2 See note 1. MUSC 4290 Early Music 3 X W See note 1. MATH XXXX Math 3 X courses may be taken in any order. MUED 4192 Music Methods 2 See note 1. MUED 4192L Methods Lab 1 See note 1. MUPF 11XX Secondary Ensemble 1 See note 5. MUSC 3136 Instrumental Conducting 2 See note 1. MUSC 4294 Classic & Romantic Music 3 X O See note 1. LBST 2101 Western Cultural and Historical Awareness 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Natural Science without Lab 3 X courses may be taken in any order. 34 for Year Senior Year Number MUED 4194 Instrumental Methods 2 See note 1. MUED 4194L Instrumental Methods Lab 1 See note 1. MUPF 1117 Instrumental Lab Ensemble 0 Fall only; must take 4 times. MUPF 42XX Senior Recital Preparation 2 See notes 1 and 2. Senior Recital MUSC 4090 Choral Ensemble Techniques 1 See note 1. MUSC 4296 Contemporary & World Music 3 X O/W See note 1. Music Application to Student Teaching See note 6. EDUC 429X EDUC 4290 or EDUC See note 1. LBST 221X LBST 221X Series: Ethical Issues and Cultural Critique 3 X courses may be taken in any order. XXXX XXXX Social Science 3 X courses may be taken in any order. MUED 4467 Student Teaching/Seminar: K-12 Music 12 See note for Year NOTES 1. Each course in the Core Music Curriculum as well as all other required courses in music, education, music education, and music performance must be passed with a grade of C or better to progress through the curriculum. 2. All music majors must enroll in Applied Music, a Primary Ensemble, and Performance Class every fall or spring semester they are enrolled in school, with the exception of the semester of Student Teaching for Music majors. Senior Recital Preparation substitutes for Advanced Applied Music. 3. Piano/Organ majors must take four semesters of 1-credit lessons on an appropriate secondary instrument instead of four semesters of Class Piano. 4. All music majors must successfully complete the Sophomore Review before enrolling in any EDUC, MUED, MUPF, or MUSC courses at the 3000 or 4000 level. See the Student Handbook for the requirements of the Sophomore Review and the application to Teacher in the College of. 5. All music majors entering Fall 2013 and later are required to enroll in at least two Secondary Ensembles prior to graduation. See the Student Handbook for approved Secondary Ensembles. 6. See the Student Handbook for the requirements of the Music Application to Student Teaching (MAST). ADVISING RESOURCES Requirements for ALL Students: ucol.uncc.edu/general-education Undergraduate Catalog: catalog.uncc.edu Central Advising website: advising.uncc.edu College of Arts + Architecture advising website: coaa.uncc.edu/academics/academic-advising University Advising Center website: advisingcenter.uncc.edu Page 10 B.M. Performance & Music Concentrations Academic Plan of Study Updated June 2014

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