Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Music

Required 120 credits (36 of which must be numbered 300 or above, and 30 of which must be from UND) including:

I.  Essential Studies Requirements (see University ES listing).

II.  The Following Curriculum:

Music majors must achieve a grade of C or better in every music course taken toward the degree in order to pass the Sophomore Proficiency.

Core Courses
MUSC 130Music Theory I3
MUSC 131Aural Skills I1
MUSC 134Music Theory II3
MUSC 135Aural Skills II1
MUSC 203Music and Culture3
MUSC 210Music Entrepreneurship (Taken twice as topics vary)2
MUSC 230Music Theory III3
MUSC 231Aural Skills III1
MUSC 234Music Theory IV: Music Theory since 19003
MUSC 235Aural Skills IV1
MUSC 310Music History Survey I3
MUSC 311Music History Survey II3
MUSC 340Introduction to Music Technology2
MUSC 490Seminar in Music3
Other Supportive Courses
MUSC 154Individual Lessons (2 semesters)2
MUSC 254Individual Lessons (2 semesters)2
Music Electives in Theory/Comp., History/Lit., Conducting or Applied7
Major Ensemble (4 semesters)4
Piano Proficiency through Level II or Keyboard Skills Sequence: MUSC 133 and 136
MUSC 492Senior Project2
Requisites in other departments
A concentration in a single supplementary field other than Music is also required of all Bachelor of Arts in Music majors. The concentration may be satisfied in one of two ways: 1) Level IV language proficiency in a modern foreign language; or 2) 20 credit hours, at least 9 of which must be numbered 300 or above in any single subject area* taught at this university.
Total Credits49

Defined as courses with the same registration prefix or within a single degree major or minor area.

Students must take additional elective credits to fulfill the 120 credit hours required for degree completion.