Jun 23, 2021  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Music, B.A.


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Required Credits: 120-121


First Year


Second Year


Semester 1 (15 credits)


Select one of the following:

Select one of the following:

Third Year


Semester 1 (16 credits)


  • HLM - Music history elective 3 credit(s)
  • UIST - University Interdisciplinary Studies with lab 4 credit(s)
  • Writing-intensive course above 200 level with a W designation 3 credit(s)
  • Academic electives 6 credit(s) 5

Semester 2 (16 credits)


  • EC, PSY, SOC - Elective 3 credit(s)
  • Lab science - Biology or chemistry 4 credit(s)
  • Writing-intensive course above 200 level with a W designation 3 credit(s)
  • Academic electives 6 credit(s) 5

Fourth Year


Semester 1 (14-15 credits)


  • HLM - Music history elective 3 credit(s)
  • UIS - University Interdisciplinary Studies 3 credit(s)
  • Academic electives 6 credit(s) 5
  • Music elective 2-3 credit(s)

Semester 2 (14 credits)


Note(s):


1A placement exam is used for assignment into music theory courses.

2Required unless principal instrument is piano. If this requirement is waived, the credits must be made up with music electives approved by the assigned advisor.

3Students who choose an essay as their senior project submit the title and outline of the essay to the division director for approval. A faculty advisor will then be appointed.

4Students who choose a recital as their senior project are expected to have studied privately for five semesters at The Hartt School. These students must register for private music study at the college level and pass an audition at the end of the first semester of their junior year, followed by a recital of 30 minutes or more.

5These are classes taken in the College of Arts and Sciences, Barney School of Business, and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture. Students should consult with their advisors.

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