Any TCCN equivalents are indicated in square brackets [ ].
Private study is offered in the areas listed below for majors in the particular instrument or voice and as secondary study for music majors as well as nonmusic majors. Priority for private study is given to majors in the instrument or voice first, then to music majors taking a secondary instrument or voice, and third to nonmusic majors.
Application to study applied music should be made at the School of Music office prior to the semester in which study is desired.
One semester hour credit (one hour lesson a week) is given for study during each summer session. During regular semesters, two semester hours credit (one half-hour lesson, plus one hour studio class a week) is given for both secondaries and principals (music education, music theory, and composition majors for whom this is the principal instrument or voice) and four semester hours credit (one hour lesson, plus one hour studio class a week) for applied music majors.
Applied music credit is offered at all levels from freshman through graduate; the level is determined by audition for new students and by recommendation of the appropriate faculty for continuing students.
Concurrent enrollment in an appropriate large ensemble, even beyond degree requirements, is required of all students taking applied music courses.
Areas of applied music study include:
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All of these areas are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Catalog Publish Date: May 4, 2010
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