General Education Requirements/Requirements for all music majors

All students enrolled in a degree program in the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media must meet the university general education requirements. Additional information on these requirements can be found on page 69 of this catalog and on the University General Education website (http://www.unomaha.edu/gened). Please consult with an academic advisor for recommended choices for the major.

Music Core Requirements 44-47 hrs.

(for ALL music majors)

MUS 1410

Music Core Curriculum I

4

MUS 1420

Music Core Curriculum II

4

MUS 2410

Music Core Curriculum III

4

MUS 2420

Music Core Curriculum IV

4

MUS 3400

Music Core Curriculum V*

5

MUS 1690

Keyboard Skills I

1

MUS 2690

Keyboard Skills II

1

MUS 2550

Music History I

2

MUS 2560

Music History II

2

MUS 2570

Music History III

2

MUS 1080

Music of the People: The World

3

MUS 167C

Applied Class - Voice I

1

MUS115X-415X

Applied Music

12-16

MUS 2600

Fundamentals of Conducting

2

MUS 3660

Advanced Conducting and Repertoire

2

MUS 4190

Recital

1

MUS 1000
 Applied Music Laboratory Recital/Masterclass 0
  Ensembles ( 7-8 semesters)**
7-8

Subtotal: 44-47

*Not required for concentration in music technology

**Students in music education are required to complete 7 semesters of an ensemble that corresponds to their major instrument. A minimum of five (5) must be major ensembles (Symphonic Wind Ensemble, University Band, Heartland Philharmonic, Concert Choir, University Chorus). The other two can be from the following: jazz ensemble, percussion ensemble, chamber orchestra, or other small chamber groups arranged by faculty members.  Students in composition, performance, and technology concentrations are required to complete eight (8) semesters of an ensemble that corresponds to their major instrument. A minimum of five (5) must be major ensembles (Symphonic Wind Ensemble, University Band, Heartland Philharmonic, Concert Choir, University Chorus). The other three can be from the following: jazz ensemble, percussion ensemble, chamber orchestra, or other small chamber groups arranged by faculty members. Keyboard and guitar majors may select any major ensemble. Keyboard majors may substitute accompanying projects for ensemble credit. This accompaniment option is at the discretion of the keyboard area coordinator.