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Music 700, Applied Music 701
Music Major Requirements (minimum 48 credits)
Music Minor Requirements (minimum 20 credits)
Music Major with Teacher Certification (minimum 44 credits)
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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 Liberal Arts Colleges Programs, Faculty, and Courses Fine Arts (Art 080, Art History 082; Museum Studies 698; Music 700, 701; Speech 950; Theater Arts 965) Music Major Requirements (minimum 48 credits)  

Music Major Requirements (minimum 48 credits)


Students who are candidates for the bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree in the music program must satisfactorily complete music core requirements in addition to an area of concentration in either history/theory or theory/composition.

Students majoring in music must earn a grade of C or better in the following courses:

Music Core Requirements (26 credits):

50:700:161-162 Basic Musicianship I,II (2,2)

50:700:205-206 Basic Musicianship III,IV (2,2)

50:700:225-226 Music Theory I,II (3,3)

50:700:271 Computer Applications in Music I (3)

Select any TWO Music History Courses from the following:

50:700:291,292, 293, 294 History of Music I,II, III,IV (3,3)

50:700:325 Music Theory III (3)

Performance (7 Credits):

50:701:161,162, 261,262 Piano (1,1,1,1) and pass keyboard competency examination by the end of junior year

50:701:140 Rutgers Choir (3) or 50:701:347 Madrigal Ensemble (3) or 50:701:348 Performance Ensemble (2) or 50:701:321 Jazz Ensemble I (2)

Performance Electives:

50:701:322 Jazz Ensemble II (2)

History/Theory Concentration (15 Credits):
The following courses are required for a concentration in music history and theory.

50:700:203 Introduction to World Music (3) or 50:700:413 World Music (3)

Select any TWO Music History Courses from the following:

50:700:291,292, 293, 294 History of Music I,II, III,IV (3,3)

50:700:305 Gender in Music (3)

50:700:332 Music Theory and Analysis (3)

50:700:337 Opera (3)

50:700:415 Senior Seminar in Music (3)

History/Theory Electives:

50:700:272 Computer Applications in Music II (3)

50:700:321 Counterpoint (3)

50:700:390 Electronic Music (3)

50:700:490 Music Internship (BA)

50:700:495-496 Honors in Music I,II (3,3)

Music majors with a concentration in history/theory are required to pass a comprehensive examination in music history and theory during their senior year. Please see the music program webpage for information: http://finearts.camden.rutgers.edu/music.

Electroacoustic Composition/Theory Concentration (15 Credits):
The following courses are required for a concentration in composition and theory.

50:700:173 Studies in Composition I (3)

50:700:390 Electronic Music (3)

50:700:391 Music and Computers (3)

50:700:392 Topics in Electroacoustic Music (3)

50:700:393 Electroacoustic Composition and Performance (3)

Composition Electives:

50:700:174 Studies in Composition II (3)

50:700:321 Counterpoint (3)

50:700:332 Music Theory and Analysis (3)

50:700:373 Composition (3)

50:700:421 Advanced Theory and Analysis (3)

50:700:449 Audio Postproduction (3)

50:700:491 Electronic Music Internship (BA)

50:700:495-496 Honors in Music I,II (3,3)

Music majors with a concentration in electroacoustic composition/theory are required to submit a portfolio of their work and pass a comprehensive examination in music theory during their senior year. Please see the music program webpage for information: http://finearts.camden.rutgers.edu/music.


Recommended courses in foreign language:

50:470:102 Elementary German II (4), or50:560:102 Italian II (4)

Documented attendance at 10 college recitals or concerts each academic year


Transfer students should consult with the music program coordinator prior to enrollment.

 
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