Private Music Lessons in Voice, Composition and All Instruments
Students majoring in music or receiving a music scholarship are
required to take applied music lessons. Students who are not majoring in music
require the consent of the department to take private music lessons.
In summer terms, lesson time and amount of credit will vary according to the
length of the term. Students may enroll in only one (1) applied course on a
given instrument or voice per term.
Private Music Lessons -
Music Majors Only
Music majors only may enroll in the following
applied music courses:
||Sophomore Qualifying Examination
All students registered in MUS 202, 203, 402 or 404 are required to sign up
for the following two (2) courses:
APPLIED MUSIC POLICIES
- In the summer terms, the lesson time and the amount of credit given will
vary according to the length of the term.
- Music business students take MUS 205 (1 credit) or MUS 405 (1 credit).
- All other music majors take MUS 202 (2 credits) or MUS 402 (2 credits) in
the fall or spring term.
- All music majors registered in applied lessons (MUS 202, 203, 205, 402, 404,
or 405) are required to attend a specified number of on-campus recitals and
concerts each fall and winter semester. Students should consult their applied
instructor for the exact number required for their particular major or status.
- With the exception of music business majors, all music majors taking applied
lessons are expected to perform on a performance laboratory at least once each
year. Performance laboratories are held at regularly scheduled times during the
fall and spring terms.
- BME and BM degree students are required to pass a piano proficiency
examination before graduation. Students must enroll in piano secondary applied
study until this requirement has been fulfilled. Specific requirements may be
obtained from the piano faculty.
- All students enrolled in Applied Music MUS 202, 203, 402, and 404 must
schedule an applied music jury examination at the end of each fall and spring
- Students may enroll in only one (1) applied course on a given instrument or
voice per term.