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If you’re a musician, you know the thrill of stepping on stage and delivering a sensational
performance. You also know the number of hours it took preparing for that performance,
perhaps years of training in theory, interpretation, and technique. But more than that,
you probably know that making music is as spiritual as it is technical or mental. Indeed,
this is what separates a truly great musician from a merely mechanical one.


     At Andrews University, you’ll             discover endless opportunities
     have all the tools you need to            to serve others through music. In
     excel in the technical aspects of         the end, you’ll gain the skills and
     making music. But you’ll also find        vision necessary to live successfully,
     a musical environment filled with         whether you plan on becoming
     vitality, where music flourishes.         the next Mozart or opt to practice
     You’ll study under professors who         music as a hobby. Read on to
     temper their musical expertise with       discover some of the ways a music
     an emphasis on spiritual growth           degree from Andrews can benefit
     and character development. You’ll         you for the rest of your life.



                                               
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                                                                                    Why Choose Music?     To most musicians, the question “Why choose music?”
                                                                                                          seems almost unnecessary. Music has the capacity
                                                                                                          to feed the soul unlike anything else, and for this
                                                                                                          reason, music is simply an essential part of life for any
                                                                                                          musician. It’s not a question of choice. Musicians can’t
                                                                                                          help but make music—it’s in their blood. You might
                                                                                                          choose to work as an accountant, doctor, or lawyer,
                                                                                                          but you will always be a musician. And not only is
                                                                                                          musical expression one of the best personal therapies,
                                                                                                          it constitutes one of the most important forms of
                                                                                                          service—by studying music, you’ll be equipped with
                                                                                                          a unique vision and ability to serve others and your
                                                                                                          Creator. It’s easy to see why music is one of the most
                                                                                                          fulfilling degrees you can choose.

                                                                                        A Trusty “Ally”   While a music degree by itself can prepare you for
                                                                                                          a wide range of careers, a music degree paired with
                                                                                                          another major makes a truly potent combination.
                                                                                                          Choose your primary major to suit your professional
                                                                                                          goals or to reflect your personal interests, with a
                                                                                                          music degree as a sort of “ally.” This will provide
                                                                                                          you the well-rounded formation that graduate and
VISION AND MISSION                                                                                        professional programs such as medicine and law seek
                                                                                                          in their applicants. A degree in music shows that
Our vision is to provide a vibrant musical and learning environment in which                              you have the dedication, drive, and skill necessary to
                                                                                                          master the complexities of music-making—that you’ve
students excel artistically and academically, grow in character and spirituality,
                                                                                                          polished abilities which only come through a lot of
and engage in acts of service. Our mission is to mentor students in artistic,                             hard work. It also sets you apart from the crowd, by
intellectual, and character development.                                                                  showing that you possess the creativity and artistic
                                                                                                          vision which have become increasingly rare in today’s
                                                                                                          workforce.




                                                                                                                           
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   Versatility   If you’re a musician, you know that making music
                 involves so much more than simply moving a bow back
                 and forth or pressing a couple of keys. Successful music-
                 making comes as a result of the complex interaction of
                 mental, physical, and spiritual processes. It’s no surprise,
                 then, that in studying how to successfully make music,
                 students don’t simply learn how to sing or play an
                 instrument. On the contrary, as a music student, you’ll
                 hone a unique set of skills that you can apply to any
                 job you choose. The same communication skills that
                 allow students to function as a single unit in a string
                 quartet allow them to work effectively with others at
                 home and in the office. The same ability that allows
                 students to memorize a Bach fugue enables them to
                 ace an anatomy exam. The same critical thinking that
                 allows students to analyze and interpret the intricacies                                              M     CHOOSE ANDREWS
                 of harmonic and melodic lines helps them to pick
                 apart and understand a work of literature or a calculus
                 problem. The same composure that allows students to
                 perform for a large audience allows them to perform            Outstanding    Anyone who grew up taking music lessons will tell you
                 under pressure at the workplace. It’s clear—whether                 Faculty   that the teacher makes all the difference. That’s why
                 you plan to perform on stage, or in the office, the                           we consider our stellar music faculty to be the greatest
                 classroom, or the clinic—music is one of the best career                      asset of the department. Just attend a faculty recital if
                 moves you can make!                                                           you need proof that our professors have the expertise
                                                                                               to provide the very best technical and academic
      Career     Although choosing a degree in music may lead to a                             training. The faculty is loaded with active performers
Opportunities    variety of different careers, there are numerous career                       who travel the world as concert artists and clinicians.
                 opportunities in music, including:                                            Additionally, our history and theory professors publish
                                                                                               and present at conferences in the U.S. and abroad. But
                 >	 Accompanist                 >	 Musician’s Manager                          they are not simply touring performers and scholars—
                 >	 Band/Choir/Orchestra        >	 Private Studio Owner                        they are first and foremost teachers, mentors who
                    Member                      >	 Radio Announcer                             are deeply committed not only to their students’
                 >	 Chamber Musician            >	 Secondary School                            musical development, but to their social and spiritual
                 >	 Conductor                      Teacher                                     development as well. It is the emphasis on character
                 >	 Elementary Teacher          >	 Solo Concert/Recital                        building that truly places the Andrews University
                 >	 Music Librarian                Career                                      Department of Music faculty in a league of their own.
                 >	 Music Store Manager



                                                                                                                
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         Dynamic    One of the first things you’ll notice as a student in the                  Facilities   Andrews University has an enormous collection of
      Atmosphere    Andrews Department of Music is that the department                                      music resources that equals or surpasses that of
                    is truly alive with music. The school year is literally                                 universities many times its size. Music majors have
                    packed end-to-end with concerts and tours by our                                        access to a comprehensive music library with over
                    world-class ensembles, including annual trips to places                                 0,000 books, scores, and recordings, and a music
                    like Brazil, England and South Africa. Add to these                                     technology lab filled with keyboards, computers, and
                    the regular recitals, master classes, special events, and                               notation, sequencing, and ear training equipment.
                    endless opportunities to participate in praise services                                 The department maintains close to 0 practice rooms
                    and special music, and the performance options are                                      and students also have access to various keyboard
                    unlimited. As a music student, you’ll not only practice                                 instruments, including grand pianos, harpsichords,
                    and perform, but also have plenty of opportunities                                      pipe organs, and the ,00-pipe Casavant organ in
                    to make friends and socialize with your peers and                                       Pioneer Memorial Church.
                    professors. You can join your friends on Friday
                    afternoon for the departmental Bible study, start the
                    week off with a few hot drinks at the Monday Morning        ThE PROFESSORS PROvIDE AN ENvIRONMENT ThAT WELCOMES EACh STUDENT AND GIvES
                    Warmup, or consume as much custom sandwich as you           OPPORTUNITY TO WORk CLOSELY WITh ThEM. ThE REhEARSAL ROOMS ARE COMFORTABLE AND
                    can handle at the annual Subway Feed. With such an          PROvIDE AN IDEAL SETTING FOR STUDENTS TO PRACTICE!   -AARON SINNETT, CLASS OF 00
                    intimate family-like atmosphere, it never takes long
                    for students to feel right at home in the Andrews
                    Department of Music.

        Excellent   One thing that’s undeniable about the music program
Employment Record   at Andrews: our students get jobs. While our music
                    students have the opportunity to move on to graduate
                    school after receiving a BA or BM, most choose
                    to accept high school and college level teaching
                    positions. Given the top quality music education that
                    Andrews offers, the department is well known for
                    producing excellent music educators. Needless to say,
                    if you’d like to become a music teacher, a music degree
                    from Andrews will ensure that you’ll have no trouble
                    finding a job.




                                                                                                                           
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     Howard Performing      Inaugurated in 00, this brand new, state-of-the-art            Degree Programs     Bachelor of Arts:
            Arts Center     performance facility has already attracted world-class                               BA in Music
                            performers from the international classical circuit, like                            BA in Music with one of the following:
                            the Canadian Brass, Christopher Parkening, Tokyo                                     	 >	 Joint Degree BBA (Bachelor of Business
                            String Quartet and the vienna Choir Boys. Designed                                        Administration)
                            by kirkegaard Associates, the same acoustics firm that                               	 >	 Minors in Business, Economics,
                            redesigned Carnegie hall, the acoustic perfection and                                     Management or Marketing
                            astonishing design make the howard Performing Arts
                            Center the architectural gem of the Andrews campus.                                  Bachelor of Music:
                            But above all, the howard Center is an invaluable                                    BMus in Music Education
                            performance resource to music students, offering an                                  BMus in Music Performance
                            ideal venue for concerts, recitals, and recordings.
                                                                                                                 Minors:
                                                                                                                 Minor in Music
                                                                                                                 Minor in Elementary Music Education
FROM ThE FIRST MOMENT I PERFORMED ON ThE STAGE OF ThE hOWARD PERFORMING ARTS
CENTER DURING ITS ACOUSTIC TESTING, I COULD TELL IT WAS GOING TO BE A ThRILL AND AN ASSET
TO MUSICAL DEvELOPMENT FOR GENERATIONS TO COME. IT WAS A GREAT hONOR TO BE ABLE TO                Scholarship    In addition to the Andrews Partnership Scholarship,
UTILIzE SUCh AN AMAzING ACOUSTIC SPACE AS A STUDENT.                                            Opportunities    the Department of Music offers many Performance
                                                    –NICOL (ROBINSON) CLARk, CLASS OF 00
                                                                                                                 Scholarships available to students who participate in
                                                                                                                 various departmental ensembles.

                                                                                               Majors, Minors,   The Department of Music offers two different degrees
                                                                                             and Combinations    and two minors. These music degrees can be combined
                                                                                                                 with a second major, elective studies, or minors in
                                                                                                                 relevant fields of study. In short, your program is
                                                                                                                 tailored to you. You’ll connect with a dynamic musical
                                                                                                                 and learning environment that will prepare you for
                                                                                                                 a music career and for the rigors of graduate study.
                                                                                                                 Bachelor of Arts curricula are designed for students
                                                                                                                 who wish to pursue concerted study in music within
                                                                                                                 a more broad liberal arts context. The Bachelor of
                                                                                                                 Music degrees are professional programs providing a
                                                                                                                 comprehensive exposure to and experience with the
                                                                                                                 performance, history, and theory of music.




                                                                                                                                 
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  Bachelor of Arts:   A liberal arts degree allows one to pursue a broad range                                >	 Music Education
            Music     of interests while majoring in music. The BA with a major                                  A degree for students seeking careers as certified
                      in music is viable as a double major. Note that in order                                   k- teachers in pre-collegiate denominational or
                      to receive the BA: Music, students must take general                                       public schools. Students normally spend five years
                      education requirements for the Bachelor of Arts.                                           in residence to complete the requirements, which
                                                                                                                 include state teacher certification. First-year students
BA: Music with BBA    Several options are available to students wishing a                                        must apply and consult with the certification clerk
                      career combining music and business. This five-year                                        in the School of Education to stay up to date with
                      program prepares students for pursuing career options                                      certification requirements. Students can select one
                      that combine the skills and creativity of business and                                     of the following emphases:
                      the musical arts. Upon completion students receive two                                  	 	 >	 Instrumental Emphasis
                      separate but integrated degrees: a Bachelor of Arts in                                  	 	 >	 keyboard Emphasis
                      Music and a Bachelor of Business Administration with                                    	 	 >	 vocal Emphasis
                      a major to be chosen in consultation with a School of
                      Business advisor from among BBA majors offered by
                      the School of Business.
                                                                                  I GREATLY vALUE ThE OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN vARIOUS CAMPUS ENSEMBLES. FROM ThE
    BA: Music with    The requirements for the BA in Music are the same           UNIvERSITY ChORALE TO ThE SMALLEST ChAMBER ENSEMBLE, FROM ThE SYMPhONY ORChESTRA
                                                                                  TO ThE WIND SYMPhONY, EACh ONE hAS ENRIChED MY MUSICAL GROWTh AND GIvEN ME AN
    Business Minor    as above. In addition, students select a minor in one
                                                                                  APPRECIATION FOR ALL TYPES OF MUSIC.                       -JUSTIN JEFFERY, CLASS OF 00
                      of the following: Business Administration, Economics,
                      Management, or Marketing.

       Bachelor of    The BMus is a professional degree geared for students
      Music: BMus     who wish to pursue careers in performance, studio,
                      and collegiate teaching or continue their studies in
                      graduate school. Focusing on performance training and
                      intense study of the history and theory of music, this
                      degree nurtures artistic and creative growth through
                      dynamic interaction in both classroom and practical
                      experiences. Two majors are available for the BMus
                      degree: Music Performance and Music Education.

                      >	 Music Performance
                         A degree for those who wish to concentrate on
                         performance and whose career goals focus on
                         performance and studio or collegiate teaching and
                         graduate school.



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    PETER J. COOPER                            JULIA LINDSAY
    Chair, Professor of Music                  Assistant Professor of Music
    BM, MM, University of Missouri             BS, Columbia Union College
      kansas City Conservatory of Music        MM, Andrews University
    DMA, University of Michigan
                                               kENNETh LOGAN
    LILIANNE DOUkhAN                           Associate Professor of Music
    Associate Professor of Music               BM, MM, Andrews University
    MA, University of Strasbourg               DMA, University of Michigan
    MA, Andrews University
    PhD, Michigan State University             ALAN MITChELL
                                               Assistant Professor of Music
    CARLOS FLORES                              BA, MA California State University
    Professor of Music                         DMA candidate, University of
    BM, MM, Andrews University                   Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
    PhD, University of North Texas
                                               CARLA TRYNChUk
    CLAUDIO GONzALEz                           Professor of Music
    Assistant Professor of Music               BM, MM, The Juilliard School
    ARCM, The Royal College of
      Music, London                            STEPhEN zORk
    MM, DMA, Michigan State                    Associate Professor of Music
      University                               BM, Atlantic Union College
                                               MME, Pacific Lutheran University



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       ANDREWS UNIvERSITY
       BERRIEN SPRINGS, MI 0-00
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       FAX:     ..
       EMAIL:   MUSIC@ANDREWS.EDU
       WEB:     WWW.ANDREWS.EDU/MUSIC



                                          
CurriCulum Guides:
CliCk to see Guide




>   Bachelor of Arts: Music

>   Bachelor of Arts/
    Bachelor of Business: Music

>   Bachelor of Music: Music Education
    with Instrumental or Vocal Emphasis

>   Bachelor of Music: Performance
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BACHELOR OF ARTS: Music
Overview
> Allows one to pursue a broad range of interests while majoring in music
> Viable as a music major
> Requires a minor area if no double major is chosen

General Education Requirements (57+CR)
Please refer to the appropriate General Education section in the
current Andrews University Bulletin (Table 1).

Music Theory                                              Total Credits    16CR
MUCT101, 102         Music Theory I, II                                   3, 3CR
MUCT131, 132         Ear Training Laboratory I, II                        1, 1CR
MUCT201, 202         Music Theory III, IV                                 3, 3CR
MUCT231, 232         Music Technology Laboratory, I, II                   1, 1CR

Music History & Literature                                Total Credits      8CR
MUHL458        American & World Music                                        2CR
MUHL446        Music Literature & Style (Antiquity-Baroque)                  2CR
MUHL447        Music Literature & Style (Classical-Romantic)                 2CR
MUHL448        Music Literature & Style (20 Century)
                                            th
                                                                             2CR

Performance                                               Total Credits   12+CR
MUPF           Applied Lessons*                                              8CR
MUPF           Recital -OR- Project                                       1, 2 CR
MUPF           Ensembles (see below)*                                        4CR

Additional Requirements                                   Total Credits      4CR
MURE420        Church Music & Hymnology                                      2CR
MUPF           Music Electives                                               2CR
MUPF489        Recital Attendence (each semester)                            0CR

                                      Total Credits Needed for Graduation: 124
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*Applied Music Lessons
   A minimum of 4 credits in applied music must be taken as upper-division
credits. For more information on upper-division status, please refer to the
Department of Music Student Handbook.

*Ensemble Requirement
Keyboard majors must take 2 credits of MUPF310 (Keyboard Ensemble) as part
of their 4 credits of ensemble.

Piano Proficiency
Music Majors must pass a piano proficiency examination. Students who
do not pass the examination must enroll in applied piano until the
examination is passed.

Additional Information
Please refer to the Department of Music Student Handbook.




CONNECT
Details on the courses for each major as well as the general education
requirements for the degrees are available on our website, www.andrews.
edu/MUSIC or in the Andrews University Bulletin. Apply online or download
an application at connect.andrews.edu.

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC                    ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
PHONE: 269.471.3555                    PHONE: 800.253.2874
                                                                              BA 30 051706




EMAIL: MUSIC@ANDREWS.EDU               EMAIL: ENROLL@ANDREWS.EDU
WEB:   ANDREWS.EDU/MUSIC               WEB:   CONNECT.ANDREWS.EDU
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BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR OF BUSINESS: Music
Overview
> Prepares students for pursuing career options which combine the skills and
  creativity of business and the musical arts.
> A five-year program
> Two separate yet integrated degrees:
  > a BBA with a major to be chosen from those listed in the School of
      Business bulletin in consultation with a Department of Music advisor
  > a BA in Music

General Education Requirements (61+CR)
Please refer to the appropriate General Education section in the current
Andrews University Bulletin.

Music Theory                                              Total Credits    16CR
MUCT101, 102         Music Theory I, II                                   3, 3CR
MUCT131, 132         Ear Training Laboratory I, II                        1, 1CR
MUCT201, 202         Music Theory III, IV                                 3, 3CR
MUCT231, 232         Music Technology Laboratory, I, II                   1, 1CR

Music History & Literature                                Total Credits      8CR
MUHL458        American & World Music                                        2CR
MUHL446        Music Literature & Style (Antiquity-Baroque)                  2CR
MUHL447        Music Literature & Style (Classical-Romantic)                 2CR
MUHL448        Music Literature & Style (20th Century)                       2CR


Performance                                               Total Credits   12+CR
MUPF           Applied Lessons*                                              8CR
MUPF           Recital -OR- Project                                       1, 2 CR
MUPF           Ensembles (see below)*                                        4CR


Additional Requirements                                   Total Credits      4CR
MURE420        Church Music & Hymnology                                      2CR
MUPF           Music Electives                                               2CR
               Piano Proficiency                                             0CR
MUPF489        Recital Attendance (each semester)                            0CR
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*Applied Lessons Requirements
A minimum of 4 credits in applied music must be taken as upper-division
credits. For more information on upper-division status, please refer to the
Department of Music Student Handbook.

*Ensemble Requirements
Keyboard majors must take 2 credits of MUPF310 (Keyboard Ensemble) as
part of their 4 credits of ensemble.

Business Core                                            Total Credits    36CR
ACCT121, 122          Fundamentals of Accounting I, II                   3, 3CR
BSAD341               Business Law I                                       3CR
BSAD355               Management & Organization                            3CR
BSAD365               International Environment of Business                3CR
BSAD475               Operations Management                                3CR
ECON225               Principles of Macroeconomics                         3CR
ECON226               Principles of Microeconomics                         3CR
FNCE387               Business Finance                                     3CR
INFS387               Introductory Computer Tools                          3CR
INFS215               Information Systems Theory & Application             3CR
MKTG310               Principles of Marketing                              3CR


Business Core                                            Total Credits    16CR
To be chosen from accounting, economics, finance, information systems,
management and marketing.


Cognates                                                 Total Credits     6CR
MATH182         Calculus with applications                                 3CR
STAT285         Elementary Statistics                                      3CR


CONNECT
DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC                          ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
PHONE: 269.471.3555                          PHONE: 800.253.2874
                                                                                  BA 30 051706




EMAIL:  MUSIC@ANDREWS.EDU                    EMAIL: ENROLL@ANDREWS.EDU
WEB:    ANDREWS.EDU/MUSIC                    WEB:   CONNECT.ANDREWS.EDU
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BACHELOR OF MUSIC: Music Education with Instrumental or Vocal Emphasis

Overview
> A degree for students seeking careers as certified K-12 teachers in pre-
  collegiate denominational or public schools.
> Students normally spend five years in residence.
> Requires state teacher certification.
> First-year students must apply for the Teacher Preparation Program and
  consult with the certification clerk in the School of Education to keep
  abreast of certification requirements.

General Education Requirements (41+CR)
Please refer to the appropriate General Education section in the current
Andrews University Bulletin (Table 3).


Music Core                                              Total Credits    49CR
MUCT101, 102       Music Theory I, II                                   3, 3CR
MUCT131, 132       Ear Training Laboratory I, II                        1, 1CR
MUCT201, 202       Music Theory III, IV                                 3, 3CR
MUCT231, 232       Music Technology Laboratory I, II                    1, 1CR
MUCT425            Counterpoint                                           2CR
MUCT454            Orchestration                                          2CR
MUCT470            Form Analysis                                          2CR
MUED301, 302       Conducting I, II                                     2, 2CR
MUHL458            American & World Music                                 2CR
MUHL446            Music Literature & Style (Antiquity-Baroque)           2CR
MUHL447            Music Literature & Style (Classical-Romantic)          2CR
MUHL448            Music Literature & Style (20 Century)
                                                   th
                                                                          2CR
MURE420            Church Music & Hymnology                               3CR
ELEC               Music Electives                                       12CR
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Please choose one of the following emphasis:
                                                                                             Vocal Emphasis                                         Total Credits        20CR
Instrumental Emphasis                                Total Credits    15CR                   MUED304, 305         Instrumental/Choral Conducting and Literature         2, 2CR
MUED304, 305      Instrumental/Choral Conducting and Literature      2, 2CR                  MUED375: 02-05       Music Methods                                           4CR
MUED375: 02-06    Music Methods                                        5CR                   MUED451, 452         Vocal Literature and Pedagogy I, II                   3, 3CR
MUED458           Music in the Elementary School                       3CR                   MUED458              Music in the Elementary School                          3CR
MUED459           Music Methods and Materials                          3CR                   MUED459              Music Methods and Materials                             3CR


Keyboard Emphasis                                                                            Additional Courses                                         Total Credits   21+CR
Either:                                              Total Credits     6CR                   MUPF         Applied Music in the major area                                 8CR
MUED304           Instrumental Conducting and Literature               2CR                   MUPF         Applied Music in the minor area                                 3CR
MUED375: 02-05    Music Methods                                        4CR                   MUPF         Senior Recital                                                1-2CR
                                                                                             MUPF         Ensembles in the major area (see Bulletin)                      7CR
Or:                                                  Total Credits     8CR
                                                                                                                                  Total Credits Needed for Graduation: 124
MUED305           Choral Conducting and Literature                     2CR
MUED451           Vocal Literature and Pedagogy I                      3CR                   Piano Proficiency
MUPF              Applied Voice                                        3CR                   Music Majors must pass a piano proficiency examination. Students who
                                                                                             do not pass the examination must enroll in applied piano until the
                                                                                             examination is passed.
Plus:                                                Total Credits    12CR
MUED421, 422 or   Organ Literature and Pedagogy I, II                3, 3CR
                                                                                             Additional Information
MUED431, 432      Piano Literature and Pedagogy I, II                3, 3CR                  Please refer to the Department of Music Student Handbook.
MUED458           Music in the Elementary School                       3CR
MUED459           Music Methods and Materials                          3CR                   CONNECT
                                                                                             Details on the courses for each major as well as the general education
                                                                                             requirements for the degrees are available on our website, www.andrews.
                                                                                             edu/MUSIC or in the Andrews University Bulletin. Apply online or download
                                                                                             an application at connect.andrews.edu.

                                                                                             DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC                       ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
                                                                                             PHONE: 269.471.3555                       PHONE: 800.253.2874
                                                                              BA 30 051906




                                                                                             EMAIL: MUSIC@ANDREWS.EDU                  EMAIL: ENROLL@ANDREWS.EDU
                                                                                             WEB:   ANDREWS.EDU/MUSIC                  WEB:   CONNECT.ANDREWS.EDU
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BACHELOR OF MUSIC: Performance

Overview
> A degree for those who wish to concentrate on performance and whose
career goals focus on performance and studio or collegiate teaching and
graduate school.
General Education Requirements (41+CR)
Please refer to the appropriate General Education section in the current Andrews
University Bulletin (Table 3).
Music Core                                                Total Credits     49CR
MUCT101, 102         Music Theory I, II                                   3, 3CR
MUCT131, 132         Ear Training Laboratory I, II                        1, 1CR
MUCT201, 202         Music Theory III, IV                                 3, 3CR
MUCT231, 232         Music Technology Laboratory I, II                    1, 1CR
MUCT425              Counterpoint                                            2CR
MUCT454              Orchestration                                           2CR
MUCT470              Form Analysis                                           2CR
MUED301, 302         Conducting I, II                                     2, 2CR
MUHL458              American & World Music                                  2CR
MUHL446              Music Literature & Style (Antiquity-Baroque)            2CR
MUHL447              Music Literature & Style (Classical-Romantic)           2CR
MUHL448              Music Literature & Style (20 Century)
                                                     th
                                                                             2CR
MURE420              Church Music & Hymnology                                3CR
ELEC                 Music Electives                                        12CR

Additional Courses                                        Total Credits   37+CR
MUPF           Applied Music*                                               20CR
LANG           Language (voice majors only)
MUED           Literature & Pedagogy in the major area                       6CR
ELEC           Music electives
MUPF           Ensembles*                                                    8CR
               Junior, Senior Recitals                                    1, 2CR

                                     Total Credits Needed for Graduation: 124
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Piano Proficiency
Music Majors must pass a piano proficiency examination. Students who
do not pass the examination must enroll in applied piano until the
examination is passed.

*Applied Music Lessons
Enrollment for a weekly 1-hour lesson (2 credits) each semester in residence
until the senior recital is completed.

*Ensemble Requirement
> Participation in an ensemble each semester in residence
> Piano or Organ performance major: 4 credits of MUPF310 (Keyboard
   Ensemble)

Recital
Presentation of a junior recital and a senior recital.

Additional Information
Please refer to the Department of Music Student Handbook.




CONNECT
Details on the courses for each major as well as the general education
requirements for the degrees are available on our website, www.andrews.
edu/MUSIC or in the Andrews University Bulletin. Apply online or download
an application at connect.andrews.edu.

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC                        ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
PHONE: 269.471.3555                        PHONE: 800.253.2874
                                                                               BA 30 041806




EMAIL: MUSIC@ANDREWS.EDU                   EMAIL: ENROLL@ANDREWS.EDU
WEB:   ANDREWS.EDU/MUSIC                   WEB:   CONNECT.ANDREWS.EDU
    let’s be musical. let’s be sharp. let’s be precise. let’s be
    in harmony. let’s be in tune. let’s be professional. let’s
    be therapeutic. let’s be specialized. let’s be passionate.
    let’s be classical. let’s be intentional. let’s be connected.




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