Cultural Heritage I and II - One part of the requirement is fulfilled by completing MUS 321, or MUS 323. The other part of the requirement may be fulfilled with any General Education Cultural Heritage course.
Basic Studies in Religion, plus one upper level course in Religion
Second Language - one course at the second semester level
Social Science - one 4-credit course
Senior Seminar - IDS 400-level course
Global Learning - fulfilled by completing MUS 102 (GLI) and any course flagged GLD
4 credits in Applied Minor Area for organ and piano majors only
4 credits in ensembles. Students are required to enroll in an ensemble each semester
Two recital performances, one in the junior and one in the senior year. Students should enroll in MUS 392 or MUS 492 (0 credit) concurrently with Applied Lessons for credit in the semester in which they intend to present a recital. Students should consult with their applied instructor and area head for their specific recital requirements.