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  • Bachelor of Music (BM) in Vocal Performance - Graduation MAP

    This is a suggested plan. Meet with an academic advisor to create a specific plan that best

    fits your academic needs. Remember, taking an average of 15 credit hours per semester

    facilitates timely graduation.

    Catalog Year: 2017/2018 NAME: ____________________________________________

    Course Credit

    Hour

    Semester

    Offered

    Milestones

    & Notes

    Freshman (Semester 1) odd

    MUSC 1006 Concert Attendance 0 F, Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC,

    ENGL and MATH courses

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Participate in juries (performance

    evaluation) last week of semester.

    Attend 12 concerts or recitals during

    semester (MUSC 1006)

    * Placement Exam Required

    **Prerequisite courses may be required

    MUSC 1110 Music Theory I * 3 F

    MUSC 1130 Sight-Singing & Aural Skills I* 1 F

    MUSC 1901 First Year Experience 1 F

    MUSC 1150 Class Piano I * 1 F

    Large Ensemble (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Master Class (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    ENGL 1010 Introduction to College Writing (if needed)** 3 F, Sp, Su

    MATH QL 1030, QL 1040, QL 1050 or QL 1080 ** 3-4 F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 15-16

    Freshman (Semester 2) even

    MUSC 1006 Concert Attendance 0 F, Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC,

    ENGL and LIBS 1704 courses

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Pass 1000 Level Applied Music

    through performance evaluation

    (jury)

    Attend 12 concerts or recitals during

    semester (MUSC 1006)

    MUSC 1120 Music Theory II 3 Sp

    MUSC 1140 Sight-Singing & Aural Skills II 1 Sp

    MUSC 1911 Introduction to Music Technology 1 Sp

    MUSC 1160 Class Piano II (if needed) 1 Sp

    Large Ensemble (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Master Class (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Information Literacy: LIBS 1704 1 F, Sp, Su

    ENGL 2010 Intermediate College Writing 3 F, Sp, Su

    Elective course 3 F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 16

    Freshman (Optional)

    Total Semester Credits

    Sophomore (Semester 3) even

    MUSC 2006 Concert Attendance 0 F, Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC and

    American Institution classes

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Participate in juries (performance

    evaluation) last week of semester.

    Attend 12 concerts or recitals during

    semester (MUSC 2006)

    MUSC 2110 Music Theory III 3 F

    MUSC 2130 Sight-Singing & Aural Skills III 1 F

    MUSC 2150 Class Piano III (if needed) 1 F

    MUSC 3872 Choral Conducting 2 F (Even)

    MUSC 3205 Music History I: Medieval & Renaissance

    Music 2

    F

    Large Ensemble (1000 Level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (2000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Master Class (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    American Institution Class (POLS 1100, HIST 1700 or

    ECON 1740) 3

    F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 15

    Sophomore (Semester 4) odd

    MUSC 2006 Concert Attendance 0 F, Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC,

    courses

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    MUSC 2120 Music Theory IV 3 Sp

    MUSC 2140 Sight-Singing & Aural Skills IV 1 Sp

    MUSC 2160 Class Piano IV (if needed) 1 Sp

  • MUSC 3206 Music History II: Baroque & Classical Music 3 Sp Pass 2000 Level Applied Music

    through performance evaluation

    (jury)

    Attend 12 concerts or recitals during

    semester (MUSC 2006)

    Large Ensemble (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (2000 level) 1 F, Sp,

    Master Class (1000 level) 1 F, Sp

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 17

    Sophomore (Optional)

    Total Semester Credits

    Junior (Semester 5) odd

    MUSC 3840 Form and Analysis 2 F Grade of C or higher in all MUSC and

    Foreign Language classes

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Participate in juries (performance

    evaluation) last week of semester

    Pass Piano Proficiency

    MUSC 3207 Music History III: Music of the 19th through

    the 21st Centuries

    3 F

    MUSC 3402 Vocal Literature I 2 F (Odd)

    MUSC 2321 Principles of Piano Accompanying I 1 F

    Large Ensemble (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Master Class (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    Foreign Language 1010 (Spanish, French, German or

    Italian)

    3 F (Spanish F, Sp, Su)

    Total Semester Credits 17

    Junior (Semester 6) even

    MUSC 3208 World Music 2 Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC and

    Foreign Language courses

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Pass 3000 Level Applied Music

    through performance evaluation

    (jury)

    MUSC 3412 Vocal Literature II 2 Sp (Even)

    MUSC 3991 Junior Recital 1 F, Sp

    MUSC 2331 Principles of Piano Accompanying II 1 Sp

    Large Ensemble (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Master Class (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Foreign Language 1020 (Spanish, French, German or

    Italian)

    3 Sp (Spanish F, Sp, Su)

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 15

    Junior (Optional)

    Total Semester Credits

    Senior (Semester 7) even

    Large Ensemble (3000 level) 1 F, Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC

    classes

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Participate in juries (performance

    evaluation) last week of semester.

    Applied Lessons (4000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Master Class (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    MUSC 4402 Vocal Pedagogy I-II 2 F (Even)

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    Upper Division Elective (3000 or higher) 3 F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 17

    Senior (Semester 8) odd

    MUSC 4991 Senior Recital 1 F, Sp Grade of C or higher in all MUSC,

    courses

    Meet with major advisor

    Meet with college academic advisor

    Apply for graduation by deadline

    MUSC 3102 Counterpoint 2 Sp (Odd)

    MUSC 4412 Vocal Pedagogy I-II 2 Sp (Odd)

    Large Ensemble (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    Applied Lessons (4000 level) 1 F, Sp

  • Master Class (3000 level) 1 F, Sp

    General Education Breadth Course 3 F, Sp, Su

    General Education Diversity Breadth Course (if needed)

    or Elective 3

    F, Sp, Su

    Total Semester Credits 14

    Senior (Optional)

    Total Semester Credits

    Total Bachelor Credits 126-

    127

    41 Upper Division

    Credit Hours

    Gen Ed Breadth Requirements (do not duplicate departments)

    HU CA HU or CA

    SS SS

    PS LS PS or LS

    DV (Double dip with breadth course)

    Avoid misadvisement! Consult your academic advisor

    (weber.edu/advisors), the WSU Catalog (weber.edu/catalog),

    and your CatTracks degree evaluation (log into your eWeber

    Student Portal).

    Revision Date: 4/28/17

    Notes:

    All Music Majors must audition for acceptance into major and pass

    the music theory placement exam with a 70% or higher prior to

    registering for MUSC 1110, MUSC 1130 and MUSC 1150.

    Students are encouraged to work closely with a Career Services

    advisor in addition to their academic advisors.

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