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Music — 4-year 2020/2021

3. Music

45–60 credits required, to include:
 
Performance:
  1. 3 credits chosen from
  2. 3 credits chosen from
  3. 3 credits chosen from
Theory and Composition:
  1. MUS 211 (Music Theory I) and MUS212 (Music Theory II) (In order to be successful in all areas of the degree, it is recommended that students take MUS 211 (Music Theory I) by their third year.)
  2. MUS 213 (Aural and Keyboard Skills I) and MUS 214 (Aural and Keyboard Skills II)
  3. 3 credits chosen from
History and Literature:
  1. 6 credits chosen from
Conducting and Pedagogy:
  1. 3 credits chosen from
Capstone:
  1. MUS 490 (Topics in Music)
Senior Project/Recital:
  1. One of
    1. MUP 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music) and MUP 496 (Applied Music (Recital))
    2. MUPB 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Brass) and MUPB 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Brass)
    3. MUPG 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Guitar) and MUPG 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Guitar)
    4. MUPH 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Handbell) and MUPH 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Handbell)
    5. MUPK 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Keyboard) and MUPK 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Keyboard)
    6. MUPP 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Percussion) and MUPP 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Percussion)
    7. MUPS 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Strings) and MUPS 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Strings)
    8. MUPV 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Voice) and MUPV 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Voice)
    9. MUPW 495 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Winds) and MUPW 496 (Recital Preparation in Applied Music - Winds) or
    1. MUS 495 (Senior Music Project Preparation) and MUS 496 (Senior Music Project)
Unspecified:
  1. 9–18 credits of unspecified senior-level MUS, MUP or MUED courses
  2. 0-6 credits junior- or senior-level MUS or MUP courses (Students may be required to take MUS 100 (Rudiments of Music) and/or MUS 120 (Advanced Rudiments of Music) depending on their level of proficiency in music theory.)
In addition to the above, students must complete
  1. 6 credits of ENG courses
  2. 3 credits of courses offered by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies (CLAS, GRK, HEBR, LAT, PHIL, POPC, REL)
  3. 3 credits of courses in a language other than English. (ARAB, CHIN, CREE, FR, GERM, GRK, HEBR, LAT, NS, SPA)
  4. 3 credits of courses offered by the Department of Fine Arts other than Music (ARTH, DRA).
  5. 6 credits of courses offered by the Departments of Social Sciences or Psychology (CNST, ECO, HIS, INDG, POEC, PSCI, PSY, SOC).
  6. 6 credits of courses in the Faculty of Science.
Permissible minors:
All minors listed in section 10.6, except for Music and Forensic Studies.
Students with a major in Music must complete a minimum of 12 credits of MUS or MUP at Concordia University of Edmonton.

 

Electives recommended to complement your music studies include:

In Music Education:
In Psychology:
In Drama:
In Management:
In Physics:
In Religious Studies:
In General University Studies:
In History:
 

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