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                                                                                                 Summary of Degree Programs ......... 115
                                                                                                 Faculty Information ........................... 115
                                                                                                 Faculty Regulations .......................... 116



Fine Arts
                                                                                                 Program Details
                                                                                                    • Art ............................................ 118
                                                                                                    • Dance ....................................... 121
                                                                                                    • Drama ....................................... 121
                                                                                                    • Music ........................................ 123
Summary of Degree Programs                                                                          • Multidisciplinary ........................ 126
                                                                                                    • Diploma ..................................... 126
Degrees Offered                                                                                  Administration ................................... 127


                                                                                                See “Program Details – Diploma Programs”
                                                                                                below.

                                                                                                Faculty Information
                                                                                                 Contact Information
                                                                                                Faculty Advisors
                                                                                                 Location: AB 659
                                                                                                 Student Information: (403) 220-5313
                                                                                                 E-mail address: FASST@ucalgary.ca
                                                                                                 Web page URL: www.ffa.ucalgary.ca/
                                                                                                Art
                                                                                                 Department Head: G. Hushlak
                                                                                                 Department Office: AB 605
                                                                                                 Telephone: 220-5251
                                                                                                 Fax: 289-7333
                                                                                                 E-mail: jaffer@ucalgary.ca
                                                                                                Dance
                                                                                                 Program Coordinator: A. Flynn
                                                                                                 Department Office: CH D 520
                                                                                                 Telephone: 220-7481
Undergraduate                                  Multi-Disciplinary                                Fax: 289-4710
Programs in Art                                                                                  E-mail: ebalekji@ucalgary.ca
                                               Combined BA or BFA (Fine Arts)/BA
BA (Art History)                               (Humanities) Program                             Drama
BFA (Art) - area specializations in Drawing,                                                     Department Head: D.T. McCullough
Painting, Photography, Printmaking, or         Minors                                            Department Office: CH D 209
Sculpture.                                     Minor programs in Art, Dance, Drama,              Telephone: 220-5421
BFA Honours (Art)                              Music, and Intermedia Arts and Technology
                                               are available.                                    Fax: 284-0713
BFA (Developmental Art)
                                                                                                 E-mail: jaoke@ucalgary.ca
Combined BFA (Developmental Art)/BEd
(Master of Teaching Program)
                                               Graduate                                         Music
                                               Graduate programs leading to the MFA              Department Head: J. Brown
Programs in Dance                              degree are offered by the Departments of Art      Department Office: CH F 217
                                               and Drama; graduate programs leading to
BA (Dance) (Refer to the Collaborative         the MA, MMus and PhD are offered by the           Telephone: 220-5376
Programs section of this Calendar.)            Department of Music. All graduate programs        Fax: 284-0973
                                               are under the administration of the Faculty of    E-mail: mmmitche@ucalgary.ca
Programs in Drama                              Graduate Studies. Details of these programs
BFA (Drama)                                    appear in the Faculty of Graduate Studies
                                               calendar.                                        Introduction
BFA (Drama Education)
Combined BFA (Drama Education)/BEd             Diplomas or Certificates                         The following programs administered by the
(Master of Teaching Program)                                                                    Faculty of Fine Arts provide opportunities for
                                               Diploma Programs                                 the student to take a well-balanced program
Programs in Music                                                                               of professional and general education
                                               The Faculty of Fine Arts offers diploma          courses. Students in the Faculty of Fine Arts
BA (Music)                                     programs providing special qualifications in     are governed by the academic regulations
BA Honours (Music)                             the Kodály Concept of Music Education and        contained in this section and also in the
                                               in the Wind Conducting Program which lead        Academic Regulations section of the
Bachelor of Music                              to the Diploma of the Faculty of Fine Arts.
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                       Calendar. Regulations applicable to particu-     2.   perceptual, interpretive and critical skills;   courses must have been completed with a
                       lar programs of study are covered under the      3.   the ability to create and to bring a new,       grade of “C-“ or better.
                       Department regulations listed below.                  personal understanding to traditional           Admission shall be determined on the basis
                                                                             and non-traditional material;                   of the grade point average calculated over
                       Pattern                                          4.   where appropriate, the ability to               the most recent course work to a maximum
                                                                             collaborate with others both in one’s           of five full-course equivalents (University of
                       The Department of Art is committed to the
                                                                             own art and beyond it;                          Calgary courses and/or transferable courses
                       study and practice of the visual arts as these
                                                                                                                             taken at other institutions). All grades within
                       relate to (a) educational practice and theory    5.   skill in research, including creative work      a session will be included except where the
                       (Art Education); (b) to creative art making           and performance;                                number of courses taken within a session
                       (Fine Arts); and (c) to the understanding of     6.   the ability to respond to new forms of art      exceeds that required to fulfill (to a maximum
                       art in its diverse historical and cultural            and critical theory;                            of) five full-course equivalents, in which case
                       settings (Art History).
                                                                        7.   aesthetic sensibility and cultural              the highest grades will be used. If the
                       The Faculty of Fine Arts and the Faculty of           awareness.                                      number of transferable full-course equiva-
                       Kinesiology offer a four-year BA (Dance)                                                              lents is fewer than five, then the applicant’s
                       program. Program details are listed in the                                                            high school matriculation average must meet
                       Collaborative Programs section of this           Faculty Regulations                                  the standard required for admission.
                       Calendar.
                                                                        Admissions                                           All courses proposed for transfer credit must
                       In addition, the Faculty of Fine Arts offers a                                                        normally have been completed within the last
                       Minor Field program in Dance for students        New applicants should refer to “Admission            10 calendar years. Exceptions to this
                       wishing to study Dance as an adjunct to          Requirements” in the Academic Regulations            requirement may be made only in unusual
                       another Major Field. The minor program           section of this Calendar for regulations             circumstances at the discretion of the
                       permits a student to study in the areas of       regarding University admission require-              Associate Dean (Academic).
                       technique, performance, choreography,            ments.
                       theory and history. Additional courses in        Students wishing to register in the Faculty of
                       dance are offered by the Faculty of Kinesiol-    Fine Arts must meet minimum admission                Regulations Leading to Second
                       ogy.                                             requirements as set out in the Academic              Degree
                       The program in Drama includes both               Regulations section of this Calendar.
                       academic and practical training. Course                                                               Students wishing to enrol for a degree from
                                                                        In addition, candidates registering in a
Faculty of Fine Arts




                       selection can provide emphasis in academic                                                            the Faculty of Fine Arts after having earned a
                                                                        Dance or Music program must have passed              previous degree will not be recommended
                       studies, theatre administration, theatre for     an audition. Applicants to the Art program
                       young audiences and developmental drama,                                                              for that degree until they complete at least
                                                                        must submit a portfolio.                             five full courses or their equivalent which are
                       acting and directing, technical production
                       and design, and film. Qualified fourth year                                                           not part of the requirements for a previous
                       students may be placed in an internship          Adult Students                                       degree. Courses extra to the initial degree,
                       course with local professional theatre           Applicants who are age 21 or older but               however, may be counted in fulfillment of this
                       organizations.                                   unable to present complete matriculation             requirement. The requirements for the
                                                                        may request admission as an adult student,           second degree must be completed within
                       The Drama Education program is for                                                                    eight calendar years from the date of initial
                       students intending either to teach drama         as outlined in the Academic Regulations
                                                                        section of this Calendar.                            registration for the second degree.
                       following certification, or to work as drama
                       specialists with young people. It provides                                                            Students holding degrees from institutions
                       extensive course work in developmental           Advanced Standing                                    other than the University of Calgary are
                       drama and other aspects of the theatre                                                                reminded, however, that they may transfer a
                                                                        Advanced standing for previous work                  maximum of two years equivalent work
                       which relate directly to the particular needs    completed at other institutions may be
                       of theatre with and for youth.                                                                        toward a degree. Courses proposed for
                                                                        granted on the presentation of official              transfer credit must also have been com-
                       Programs in Music are for students wishing       transcripts of previous training. In some            pleted within the last 10 calendar years.
                       to enter a professional career in music,         cases, the submission of a portfolio may also        Such courses, which serve as prerequisites
                       either as performers, teachers, composers,       be required. Details for portfolio submissions       to other courses, must have been completed
                       theorists, historians or critics, or for the     are available from the Faculty Advisors. It is       with a grade of “C-“ or better.
                       student who wishes to pursue a general           recommended that applicants submitting
                       education in music.                              portfolios do so at least two months before          Exceptions to the above requirements may
                                                                        their intended registration.                         be made only in unusual circumstances and
                       The Bachelor of Music degree provides the                                                             at the discretion of the Associate Dean
                       opportunity for specialization in one of seven   Note: In all cases advanced standing (credit)        (Academic).
                       areas following a common first year. For         will only be given if the student has attended
                       more information see “Program Details –          a recognized post-secondary institution.
                       Music”.                                          Advanced placement (not to be confused               BA or BFA with Double Major
                                                                        with advanced standing) may be given to              Students desiring a degree with a Double
                       Objectives                                       students who do not meet the above                   Major must complete all requirements of
                                                                        conditions.                                          both Major programs (including admission
                       Core Competencies                                                                                     requirements) and complete all graduation
                                                                        Transfer Students                                    requirements set by the Faculty involved.
                       In addition to the Core Competencies
                                                                                                                             Students interested in obtaining a degree
                       adopted by the General Faculties Council,        A student transferring from another institution      with a Double Major must obtain approval
                       the Faculty of Fine Arts declares the            into the Faculty of Fine Arts normally may           from the Associate Dean (Academic). Where
                       following objectives for students served by      transfer a maximum of two years equivalent           the second Major field is outside the Faculty
                       its courses:                                     work toward a degree. In addition, at least          of Fine Arts, permission must be obtained
                       1. non-verbal communication skills,              half the courses counting toward the major           from both Faculties. (See combined degrees
                            including visual, aural and kinesthetic     must be taken at the University of Calgary.          with Education and Humanities.)
                            intelligence, as appropriate to our         Exceptions to this requirement may be made
                                                                        by the Dean. Courses proposed for transfer           Note: Students are not permitted to earn
                            various disciplines, in addition to
                                                                        credit which serve as prerequisites to other         more than one BFA degree from either the
                            effective oral and written skills;
                                                                                                                             Department of Art or the Department of
                                                                                                                             Drama.
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Registration                                      proposed for transfer credit. Grades obtained     Students placed on academic probation will
                                                  in transfer courses will not be used in the       be expected to be meeting the academic
Accuracy of Registration and                      computation of the student’s grade point          standards for graduation at the time of their
Program Requirements                              average in this Faculty.                          next review. Students failing to meet these
                                                                                                    requirements at that time will normally be
All students are personally responsible to the    Course Load                                       required to withdraw. Probationary status
Registrar for the completeness and accuracy                                                         may be extended beyond one year on the
of their registration and for arranging their     The equivalent of five full courses in the Fall   recommendation of the Departmental review
course selections in consultation with the        and Winter Sessions represents a normal full      committee and at the discretion of the Dean.
Faculty office to meet all program require-       load. Students may register in additional
                                                  course work, however, with the approval of        Students placed on probation or required to
ments as published in the Calendar. Any
                                                  the Faculty Advisor.                              withdraw will be so advised in writing.
departures from graduation requirements as
                                                                                                    Students may appeal any decision. Copies
specified in the Calendar must be authorized
                                                                                                    of Appeal Procedures may be obtained from
in writing by the Dean or Associate Dean          Repetition of Courses                             the Office of the Dean.
(Academic).                                       A student may repeat a course previously          Students required to withdraw from the
                                                  attempted (including withdrawals) only once.      Faculty may apply for readmission at a later
Consultation Prior to Registration                Exceptions to this regulation may be made         date, but an application for readmission will
While each student is responsible for the         only in unusual circumstances and at the          not be considered until the expiration of at
completeness and accuracy of his or her           discretion of the Faculty Advisor.                least 12 months from the date on which the
registration, it must be noted that programs      Students admitted as non-matriculated adult       student was advised of his or her unsatisfac-
of study are drawn up individually in order to    students will not normally be eligible to         tory standing under this regulation. Students
meet the student’s specific requirements.         repeat course work until their matriculation      applying for readmission after being required
Since in any given academic year only a           deficiency has been cleared.                      to withdraw will be expected to offer
selection of the total offerings of a Depart-     Students will not be permitted to withdraw        convincing reasons as to why their applica-
ment may be taught, it is essential that the      more than once from a particular course.          tion for readmission should be accepted.
student consult well in advance of registra-      Students will be required to withdraw if they     Students required to withdraw from the
tion with the Faculty Advisors.                   have accumulated a total of more than five        Faculty of Fine Arts may be denied further
                                                  full-course equivalent withdrawals while in       registration in Fine Arts courses. Discretion
Duration of Degree Program                        attendance at the University of Calgary.          in this matter will rest with the Dean upon




                                                                                                                                                       Faculty of Fine Arts
Except with special permission of the                                                               recommendation of the relevant Department
Associate Dean (Academic), a program              Student Standing                                  Head.
leading to a Bachelor’s degree in the Faculty
of Fine Arts must be completed within eight       Unsatisfactory Standing                           Dean’s List
calendar years from the date of initial           Students are referred to the section on           A student will be included on the Dean’s List
registration in the program.                      Unsatisfactory Standing in the Academic           if he or she achieves a grade point average
                                                  Regulations section of this Calendar.             of 3.50 or higher in four courses or equiva-
Effective Writing Requirement                     The academic record of each student will be       lent completed during each of the Fall and
All students must satisfy the Effective Writing   reviewed at the Departmental level at the         Winter Sessions.
Requirement as outlined in the Academic           conclusion of each Winter Session. For
Regulations section of this Calendar.             continued acceptance of registration, a           Graduation
                                                  student will be expected to be meeting the
Course Work                                       requirement of a cumulative grade point           Academic Standards for
                                                  average of 2.00 overall and of a cumulative       Graduation
Credit in Courses “by Special                     grade point average of 2.00 in the major
                                                  area of study, as outlined above in the           To qualify for graduation a student must have
Assessment”                                                                                         completed an approved program of at least
                                                  section on Academic Standards for Gradua-
In special circumstances, students may obtain     tion (3.00 for the BA Honours (Music)).           20 full courses or their equivalent. A
credit in certain courses “by Special Assess-     Students failing to meet those standards will     minimum grade point average of 2.00 must
ment,” as outlined in the Academic Regula-        have their cases reviewed by a Departmen-         be attained in the overall program of study,
tions section of this Calendar. Application for   tal committee appointed for that purpose.         and a minimum grade point average of 2.00
such credit should be made on the appropri-       That committee will recommend to the Dean         must be attained in courses in the major
ate form and requires the approval of both the    of the Faculty that such a student be             area of study, with the exception of the BA
Department offering the course and the office     required to withdraw from the Faculty or be       Honours (Music) which requires a minimum
of the Associate Dean (Academic).                 placed on academic probation. In making its       grade point average of 3.00 in the overall
                                                  recommendation to the Dean, the Depart-           program of study, and a minimum grade
Course Work at Other Institutions                 mental committee may consider, in addition        point average of 3.00 in the major area of
                                                  to the student’s grade point average, factors     study. This latter calculation will include only
for Transfer of Credit                                                                              those major area courses actually required in
                                                  in the three categories below:
Students may be authorized to take some of                                                          the program. It will exclude major area
                                                  (a) the student’s academic pursuits and           courses presented as Fine Arts options in
their program course work at another
                                                        creative activities outside normal course   the Art and Drama programs.
institution if their registration as a Visiting
                                                        work;
Student is acceptable to that institution.                                                          All grades in all University of Calgary
Permission for such authorization must be         (b) the artistic and intellectual potential of    courses (including original grades in
given on a Letter of Permission form and                the student as determined by the            repeated courses) are used in the calculation
requires the approval of the Associate Dean             instructional staff of the Department;      of the overall (cumulative) and major grade
(Academic).                                       (c) mitigating or unusual circumstances.          point averages, regardless of a student’s
It will be the responsibility of the student to   It should be noted that students with an          previous faculty of registration or previous
ensure that an official transcript of grades is   overall grade point average of less than 1.50     status as an Unclassified and/or Visiting
forwarded directly to the Registrar of this       will normally be required to withdraw.            Student.
University so that appropriate credit may be      Probationary status for such students may         In courses offered by the Faculty of Fine
officially recorded. Students must obtain a       only be granted in unusual circumstances          Arts, normally a grade of “C-“ or better must
grade of at least “D” or equivalent in courses    and at the discretion of the Dean.                be earned in order that the course may serve
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                       as prerequisite to another course. Excep-         technologies. The Minor in Intermedia Arts           of Music Composition (only for
                       tions to this regulation may be made only in      and Technology will parallel the student’s           electroacoustic topics)
                       unusual circumstances and at the discretion       studies in the Major discipline. Courses for    *Credit for only one of Computer Science 215 or 231 is
                       of the Department offering the course work.       the minor will fulfill the student’s options    permitted.
                       Regulations governing the content of              requirements in the Major program. In some      Students are urged to consult with an
                       approved programs are detailed elsewhere.         Fine Arts units this will involve no extra      advisor to plan their program.
                                                                         courses. In programs that do not allow as
                                                                         many options, additional courses will be
                       Degrees “With Distinction”                        required for the completion of the Minor. The   Program Details
                       Degrees “With Distinction” are awarded by         program consists of four required half
                       the Faculty of Fine Arts. Normally the last 10    courses and six half-course equivalent             Baccalaureate
                       full-course equivalents should be work            options customized by the student. In the          Programs in Art
                       completed on this campus.                         final year, the student will complete two
                       The notation “With Distinction” will be           required half courses in advanced multime-      Department Regulations
                       entered in the permanent record and on the        dia and intermedia arts. A minimum of two of    Introduction
                       graduation parchment of a student who             the six half-course options must be selected    The Department of Art is committed to the
                       completes a major program with a grade            from a Fine Arts discipline other than the      study and practice of the visual arts as these
                       point average of 3.50 in his/her final 15 full-   student’s degree major.                         relate to (a) educational practice and theory
                       course equivalents. In cases in which the                                                         (Art Education); (b) to creative art making
                       “last 15” must include some but not all of a      Required:                                       (Fine Arts); and (c) to the understanding of
                       group of courses taken concurrently, the             Fine Arts 201 Introduction to the Fine       art in its diverse historical and cultural
                       selection will be made in the manner most            Arts                                         settings (Art History). The Department offers
                       advantageous to the student. A student who           Art 331 Contemporary Art Forms I             the BFA (Developmental Art) degree and a
                       has taken part of his/her course work at                                                          five-year combined degree program with the
                       another post-secondary institution or who            Fine Arts 501 Topics in Fine Arts:           Faculty of Education, leading to the BFA
                       has transferred to the Faculty at a relatively       Comparative Studies andCritical Theory       (Developmental Art) and Bachelor of
                       late stage may be granted a degree “With             Fine Arts 507 Topics in Interdisciplinary    Education degrees. The Department offers
                       Distinction” at the discretion of the Faculty.       Multi-Media Research                         the BFA degree in Studio Practice, and the
                                                                                                                         BA degree in the History of Art.
                                                                         Options:
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                       Minor Field Programs
                                                                         (Six half-course equivalents required of        Classification of Department Majors
                       Students may formally declare a Minor Field,      which two must be from a Fine Arts discipline
                       in addition to declaring a Major Field, and                                                       BA (Art History)
                                                                         other than the degree Major.)
                       have this officially recorded on their tran-                                                      BFA (Art) - with area specializations
                       script of record provided they satisfy the             Art 333 Contemporary Art Forms II          available in Drawing, Painting, Photography,
                       requirements for the relevant Minor Field              Art 431 Contemporary Art Forms III         Printmaking, or Sculpture.
                       program. This declaration must be made not             Art 433 Contemporary Art Forms IV          BFA Honours (Art)
                       later than the time of their last registration.
                                                                              Art 595 Studio Research (Intermedia        BFA (Developmental Art)
                       Students registered in the Faculty of Fine
                       Arts intending to declare a Minor Field                Arts)                                      BFA (Developmental Art)/BEd (Master of
                       outside of the Faculty of Fine Arts must               Computer Science 203 Introduction to       Teaching Program)
                       satisfy the Minor Field requirements of the            Computers                                  Students should also consult the Faculty of
                       relevant faculty.                                      Computer Science 215* Introduction to      Education section of this Calendar for details
                       All students who declare Minor Fields in Fine          Programming                                of teacher certification.
                       Arts subjects must satisfy specific program            Computer Science 231* Introduction to
                       requirements before the Minor Field may be             Computer Science I                         Limitation of Enrollment
                       awarded. See “Program Details” below.                                                             New applicants should refer to “Admission
                       Minors are not available in Art History,               Computer Science 233 Introduction to       Requirements” in the Academic Regulations
                       Developmental Art or Drama Education.                  Computer Science II                        section of this Calendar for regulations
                                                                              Dance 571 Directed Studies I               regarding University admission require-
                                                                              (Intermedia Arts)                          ments.
                       Minor Program
                                                                               Dance 572 Directed Studies II             Enrollment in the Department of Art pro-
                       Please consult with a Fine Arts advisor for            (Intermedia Arts)                          grams in Art, Developmental Art, and Art
                       further information regarding the following
                                                                              Drama 313 Introduction to Design for       History is limited. Therefore, not all qualified
                       minor.
                                                                              Theatre I                                  applicants may be admitted.
                       Minor in Intermedia Arts and                           Drama 315 Introduction to Design for       Applicants will be accepted on the basis of
                                                                              Theatre II                                 academic standing in high school, a portfolio,
                       Technology (IAT)                                                                                  and/or previous post-secondary education
                                                                              Drama 319 Graphics and Model Building
                       Intermedia Arts and Technology explores the                                                       completed.
                                                                              for Theatre
                       boundaries between digital and traditional                                                        Notes:
                       media. The focus of the program is on the              Drama 364 Performance Media
                                                                                                                         1. In the case of BFA (Art) and BFA
                       Fine Arts student’s conceptual and skill               Drama 571 Directed Studies I
                                                                                                                              (Developmental Art) transfer applicants,
                       development and performing arts practice.              (Intermedia Arts)
                                                                                                                              preference will be given to applicants
                       The Minor program is open to students                  Drama 572 Directed Studies II                   who have completed Art 231, 233, 241,
                       majoring in Fine Arts, and will graduate               (Intermedia Arts)                               and 243 (or their equivalents) with a
                       artists with a firm understanding of the
                                                                              Music Theory and Composition 331                grade of “C” or better in each course.
                       concepts and execution of new media,
                       computer applications in the fine arts and the         Computer Applications in Music I           2. Continuing students with a Registration
                       cross-over between fine arts disciplines.              Music Theory and Composition 333                Priority 1 must register by June 30 of
                       Students with experience in digital arts as            Computer Applications in Music II               each year. Continuing students with a
                       part of their undergraduate program are                                                                Registration Priority 4 must indicate their
                                                                              Music Theory and Composition 575
                       afforded more opportunities to explore the                                                             intention to register with the Academic
                                                                              Selected Topics in the Materials
                       relation and application of new media
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     Advisor by June 30. Registration            •     Painting                                  Summary of Academic Requirements
     approval may be denied to continuing        •     Photography                               Required Art or Art History courses ........... 5
     students who do not meet this deadline.
                                                 •     Printmaking                               Required Art or Art History Options ........... 5
3.   Students who are accepted must
                                                 •     Sculpture                                 Junior English ........................................... 1
     register within three weeks from the date
     of acceptance. Failure to do so may         It is strongly recommended that students        Required Fine Arts Option ........................ .5
     result in the position being assigned to    take more than one full course from the         Non-Art Options ........................................ 4
     another candidate.                          above specializations. A specialization in a
                                                                                                 Fine Arts Non-Studio Options ................... 2
4.   Applicants for one program in Art,          studio area requires the successful
                                                 completion of one full-course equivalent        Fine Arts Non-Art Options ...................... 1.5
     Developmental Art, or Art History may
     not subsequently request admission to       (two half courses) at each of the 300, 400,     Non-Studio Options ................................... 1
     another such program unless the             and 500 levels. Students who wish to
                                                                                                 Total ..................................... 20 full courses
     request is made before the deadline         develop more than one area of specializa-
     date for application for admission and/or   tion should consult with the Advisor before
     change of program.                          making course selections.                       BFA (Art) Honours
5.   All Adult Student applicants must           1st Year                                        Introduction
     present English 30 or evidence of an
     acceptable background in English.           1. Junior English/Junior English                The Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours (Art)
                                                 2. Non-Art Option/Non-Art Option                program is intended for students interested
Museum and Heritage Studies Minor                                                                in an intensive studio experience and may
                                                 3. Any two of Art History 201/203/205/207       be of special interest to students planning to
Students are encouraged to give considera-
                                                 4. Art 231/233                                  pursue a Master of Fine Arts program at a
tion to this minor program intended to
                                                 5. Art 241/243                                  later date. Honours students should be
develop a critical and analytical perspective
                                                                                                 aware that the best preparation for graduate
on the issues and future of museum and
                                                 2nd Year                                        work would entail a wide variety of art media
heritage resources. These encompass
                                                                                                 and critical approaches. Study of a range of
national parks and heritage sites, museums       1. Non-Art Option/Non-Art Option                art historical periods, as well as contempo-
and art galleries, archives and historic         2. Fine Arts 201/Art 399                        rary Canadian and international art is highly
buildings.
                                                 3. Two 300-level courses in one of the          recommended. A high standard of creative




                                                                                                                                                                Faculty of Fine Arts
See “Faculty of Communication and Culture            following areas of studio specialization:   achievement is required to gain entry to,
– Program Details – Minor Programs.”                                                             and remain in, the Honours program.
                                                     • Drawing - Art 341/343
BFA (Art)                                            • Painting - Art 351/353                    Admission
                                                     • Photography - Art 335/337                 Students will apply for admission to the BFA
Introduction
                                                     • Printmaking - Art 373/377/379             Honours (Art) program by March 1 of the
Students who elect the four-year BFA (Art)                                                       year in which they will complete nine full-
                                                     • Sculpture - Art 381/383
program do so in order to better realize                                                         course equivalents towards the BFA (Art)
themselves through study and active              4. Art 341/343 or 345/347 or 485/487
                                                                                                 degree. They may also apply (or re-apply) in
involvement in art as related to contempo-       5. The remaining two of Art History 201/        the year in which they will complete fourteen
rary society and culture. The various courses        203/ 205/207                                full-course equivalents. Late entry students
of study enable the student to develop                                                           may find it difficult to satisfy all degree
conceptual understanding in the visual arts,     3rd Year                                        requirements within the minimum total
to develop a foundation of knowledge and                                                         program of 20 full-course equivalents,
                                                 1. Fine Arts Non-Studio Option/Fine Arts
practice of artistic self-sufficiency, and to                                                    depending on the course work already taken.
                                                     Non-Studio Option
develop creative processes of planning in                                                        Applicants will be required to select first and
order to carry out his or her various studio     2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option/
                                                                                                 second preferences of studio specialization
interests. The program enables the individual        300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option
                                                                                                 from among drawing, painting, photography,
student to determine through studio practice     3. 300- or 400-level courses in Studio          printmaking, sculpture, multimedia and new
the understandings and insights necessary        4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Fine Arts Non-       media.
for his or her own artistic values and               Art Option/Art 499
development as an artist. The Department of                                                      To apply to the BFA Honours (Art) program
Art reserves the right to select and keep work   5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Art History          students must have achieved a grade point
of the students for its permanent studio             Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Art          average of 3.00 or higher in their last five
collections.                                         History Option                              full-course equivalents. Admission will be
                                                                                                 based on a portfolio of slides and a State-
                                                 6. Art 003
                                                                                                 ment of Intent. The evaluation committee will
Admission                                                                                        consider the level of technical and creative
                                                 4th Year
See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and                                                       achievement attained and will look for
“Department Regulations” above.                  1. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Studio           indications of a capacity for individually
                                                     Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Non-         motivated work and responsible involvement
A portfolio is required for admission to the         Studio Option
BFA Art and BFA Honours Art degree                                                               in group activities. A student who decides to
programs.                                        2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Fine Arts Non-       apply for the Honours program should
                                                     Art Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Fine     consult closely with the Advisor (an appoint-
                                                     Arts Non-Art Option                         ment may be arranged by calling 220-5313).
Requirements
                                                 3. 300- or 400-level courses in Studio          The portfolio must contain fifteen to twenty
Students electing the BFA (Art) program                                                          slides of artwork produced within the last two
have the opportunity to select courses from      4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option/
                                                     300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option      years, at least ten of which should relate to
five studio areas. Following a common first                                                      the applicant’s preferred areas of studio
year, BFA (Art) students are required to         5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Fine Arts Non-       specialization. The Statement of Intent
select at least one full-course equivalent at        Studio Option/300-, 400- or 500-level       should outline the student’s interests and
the 300 level from at least one of the               Fine Arts Non-Studio Option                 experiences, and suggest how these would
following areas of studio specialization:        6. Art 004                                      contribute to success within the BFA
•    Drawing                                                                                     (Honours) program. Students seeking
                         120             Faculty of Fine Arts
                       admission must complete an application            (a) Honours will be awarded if the Honours                     5.  Studio Art or Non-Art Option/Studio Art
                       form and submit it together with the portfolio        candidate achieves a grade point                               or Non-Art Option
                       of slides, a slide list, and the Statement of         average of at least 3.30 in studio                         2nd Year
                       Intent by April 1 for consideration for               courses offered by the Department of
                       admission in the following September.                 Art;                                                       1. The remaining two of Art History 201/
                                                                                                                                            203/ 205/207
                                                                         (b) First Class Honours will be awarded if
                       Regulations Regarding                                 the Honours candidate achieves a grade                     2. Art History 301/303 or 305/309
                       Continuation in the Program                           point average of at least 3.70 in studio                   3. Non-Art Option/Non-Art Option
                                                                             courses offered by the Department of                       4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art or
                       To remain in the Honours program, a student           Art. A student who has taken part of his
                       must maintain a GPA of at least 3.00 and a                                                                           Non-Art Option/300-, 400- or 500-level
                                                                             or her course work at another institution                      Studio Art or Non-Art Option
                       GPA of 3.30 in studio courses in each                 may be granted a degree with First
                       academic year. Failure to maintain these              Class Honours at the discretion of the                     5. Fine Arts Option (Art, Dance, Drama or
                       minimum GPAs will result in an automatic              Faculty of Fine Arts.                                          Music)/Fine Arts Option
                       transfer of the student to the BFA (Art)                                                                         3rd Year
                       program.                                          Summary of Academic Requirements                               1. Art History 327/329 or Art History 357/
                       Honours students who do not attain the            Required Art or Art History courses ...... 10.5                    359
                       necessary grade point average or have not
                                                                         Required Art or Art History Options ........... 3              2. Art History 313/315 or two of Art History
                       fulfilled the requirements specific to the
                       Honours degree may apply for graduation           Required Fine Arts course ..................... 0.5                323/325/365
                       and be granted the regular BFA (Art) degree,      Junior English ........................................... 1   3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option/
                       provided they have completed twenty full-                                                                            300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option
                                                                         Fine Arts Options ................................... 0.5
                       course equivalents as prescribed and                                                                             4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/
                       achieved the minimum GPA graduation               Non-Art Options ..................................... 3.5
                                                                                                                                            300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option
                       requirement for the BFA (Art) degree.             Open Option .............................................. 1
                                                                                                                                        5. Fine Arts Option/Fine Arts Option
                                                                         Total: .................................... 20 full courses
                       Requirements                                                                                                     4th Year
                                                                                                                                        1. Art History 501/503
                       1st and 2nd Years                                 Minor in Art
                                                                                                                                        2. Two of Art History 411.01 /411.02 /511
Faculty of Fine Arts




                           Same as for BFA (Art)
                                                                         Requirements                                                   3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/
                       3rd Year
                                                                         A minor in Art requires the completion of any                      300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option
                       1. Two half-course equivalents from               two of Art History 201, 203, 205, 207; the
                           Philosophy 333, Communications                                                                               4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/
                                                                         completion of any four of Art 231, 233, 235,                       300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option
                           Studies 365/367, English 302                  241, 243, 271; plus at least two full-course
                       2. Art 461/463 Honours Studio                                                                                    5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/
                                                                         equivalents selected from the following:
                                                                                                                                            300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option
                       3. Two 400-level courses in studio                (a) 300-level courses or above in Drawing,
                           specialization                                    Painting, Photography, Printmaking and                     Summary of Academic Requirements
                       4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Fine Arts Option/          Sculpture which have Art 231, 233, 241                     Required Art History courses .................... 7
                           Art 499                                           and 243 as prerequisites. (An exception
                                                                             is Art 337 – students will be required to                  Required Studio Art or Non-Art Options .... 3
                       5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Art History                present Art 235 and Department of Art                      Junior English ........................................... 1
                           Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Art                approval as prerequisites.);
                           History Option                                                                                               Fine Arts Options ...................................... 2
                                                                         (b) Senior courses in Art History;                             Non-Art Options ........................................ 3
                       6. Art 003
                                                                         (c) Other courses within the Faculty of Fine                   Open Option .............................................. 4
                       4th Year                                              Arts, with a limit of two half courses in
                       1. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/               this category.                                             Total ..................................... 20 full courses
                           300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option
                       2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option/        BA (Art History)                                               BFA (Developmental Art)
                           Art 599 (Honours Seminar Section)
                                                                         Introduction                                                   Introduction
                       3. Art 561/563 Honours Senior Studio
                                                                         The BA (Art History) is a four-year degree                     The BFA (Developmental Art) program is a
                       4. Art 560 Honours Studio Thesis                                                                                 four-year degree program which prepares
                                                                         program requiring a minimum of seven full
                       5. Art 301/401                                    courses (or equivalents) in Art History. It                    students to teach art in the elementary or
                       6. Art 004                                        offers the student a general survey and                        secondary school systems or to work as art
                                                                         understanding of the History of Art, and                       specialists in other settings with young
                                                                         exposure to critical analysis.                                 people. Students interested in teacher
                       Other Requirements                                                                                               certification should pursue the combined
                       To graduate, a student will be required to                                                                       degree program with the Faculty of Educa-
                       attain a minimum GPA of 3.00 over the entire
                                                                         Admission                                                      tion, which offers three years of study in the
                       program and an average of at least 3.30 in        See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and                     Developmental Art program and two years in
                       studio courses offered by the Department of       “Department Regulations” above.                                the Bachelor of Education program. The
                       Art.                                                                                                             Developmental Art program provides a core
                       The Honours Thesis, in prescribed form, is to     Requirements                                                   of work in the theory and methodology of art
                       be submitted by the first day of the final                                                                       education, as well as a foundation in studio
                                                                         1st Year                                                       art and art history.
                       examinations scheduled by the Registrar in
                       the Winter Session. Slide documentation of        1. Junior English/Junior English
                       the Thesis Exhibition is to be provided for the   2. Non-Art Option (Language recom-                             Admission
                       Departmental Slide Library.                           mended)/Non-Art Option                                     See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and
                       Degrees with Honours are awarded in two           3. Any two of Art History 201/203/205/207                      “Department Regulations” above.
                       classes:                                          4. Studio Art or Non-Art Option/Studio Art
                                                                             or Non-Art Option
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Requirements                                                   Combined BFA                                        3rd Year
                                                                                                                   1. Art 491/591
1st Year                                                       (Developmental Art)/BEd
1. Junior English/Junior English                                                                                   2. Art 509/515
                                                               (Master of Teaching                                 3. Art 399 and one of Art 499 or Canadian
2. Non-Art Option/Non-Art Option
3. Any two of Art History 201/203/205/207
                                                               Program)                                                Studies 433
                                                                                                                   4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art
4. Art 231/233                                                 Introduction                                            Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art
5. Art 241/243                                                 This combined degree program, administered              Option
2nd Year                                                       by the Faculty of Fine Arts, leads to the BFA       5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Art Option/300-,
                                                               and BEd (Master of Teaching Program)                    400- or 500-level Art Option
1. One of: Art 209/211, Art 209/307, or Art                    degrees and requires the completion of a
    391/393                                                    minimum of 25 full-course equivalents.              4th and 5th Years
2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art Option                   Students pursuing this program will enter the       Details of the two-year BEd (Master of
    (recommended: Art 341/343)                                 Faculty of Fine Arts in year one and then apply     Teaching Program) may be found in the
3. The remaining two of Art History 201/                       to enter the combined degree program after          Faculty of Education section of this Calendar.
    203/ 205/207                                               the successful completion of at least five full-
                                                               course equivalents. After successful comple-        Other Requirements
4. Fine Arts Option/Fine Arts Option                           tion of all fifteen full-course equivalents         Students in this program must meet the
5. Non-Art Option/Non-Art Option                               specified in the Art component of the combined      requirements (10 full-course equivalents) for
3rd Year                                                       degree program, students will complete the          the two year BEd (Master of Teaching
                                                               two year BEd (Master of Teaching Program)           Program) degree.
1. Art History 301/303 or Art History 305/                     which satisfies the present certificate require-
    309                                                        ments of the Province of Alberta.                   Summary of Academic Requirements
2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art                                                                              Required Art or Art History courses ........... 9
    Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art                  Admission
    Option                                                                                                         Required Art or Art History Options ........... 3
                                                               All admission requirements for both Faculties       Junior English ........................................... 1
3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/                        must be satisfied in order to qualify for the
    300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option                        combined degree program. Applicants must            Fine Arts Options ...................................... 1




                                                                                                                                                                                  Faculty of Fine Arts
4. Art 491 and 591                                             submit a Faculty of Education Statement form        Non-Art Options ........................................ 1
5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option/                     in support of the application (a structured         BEd courses ............................................ 10
    300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option                     resume which includes the names of three
                                                               referees). Registration in the Faculty of           Total ..................................... 25 full courses
4th Year                                                       Education must occur within three years of
1. Art 509 and 515                                             being admitted into the combined degree                Program in Dance
2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Art Option/300-,                    program and students must declare their
    400- or 500-level Art Option                               intention to register in the Faculty of Education   The Faculty of Fine Arts and the Faculty of
                                                               by the preceding March 15. All students must        Kinesiology offer a four-year BA (Dance)
3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option/                        satisfy the Effective Writing Requirement.
    300-, 400- or 500-level Open Option                                                                            program.
                                                               Students choosing to leave the combined             In addition, the Faculty of Fine Arts offers a
4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option/                     degree program before completion of both
    300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Art Option                                                                         Minor Field program in Dance for students
                                                               degrees would be considered to have left the        wishing to study Dance as an adjunct to
5. Art 399and one of Art 499 or Canadian                       Faculty of Education and would revert to            another Major Field. The minor program
    Studies 433                                                enrollment in the Faculty of Fine Arts with all     permits a student to study in the areas of
                                                               the degree requirements of that program.            technique, performance, choreography, theory
Other Requirements                                             Note: Enrollment in both the Faculty of Fine        and history. Additional courses in dance are
Non-Art Options are to be selected from                        Arts and the Faculty of Education is limited        offered by the Faculty of Kinesiology.
courses offered by other departments or                        by Faculty and program quotas.                      Program details are listed in the Collabora-
faculties. Students are encouraged to                                                                              tive Programs section of this Calendar.
develop related programs of study by                           Requirements
selecting option courses from each of a few
areas rather than isolated courses from
                                                               1st Year                                               Baccalaureate
many areas.                                                    1. Any two of Art History 201/203/205/207              Programs in Drama
Note: BFA (Developmental Art) students                         2. Art 231/233
                                                                                                                   Department Regulations
wishing to participate in the departmentally                   3. Art 241/243
supervised exhibition of graduating students’                                                                      Introduction
                                                               4. Junior English/Junior English
works must complete a 500-level studio                                                                             The Department of Drama offers a BFA
course.                                                        5. Non-Art Option/Non-Art Option                    (Drama), a BFA (Drama Education), and a
                                                               2nd Year                                            five-year combined degree BFA (Drama
Summary of Academic Requirements                               1. The remaining two of Art History 201/            Education)/BEd (Master of Teaching
Required Art or Art History courses ........... 9                   203/ 205/207                                   Program) with the Faculty of Education.
Required Art or Art History Options ........... 3              2.   Art History 301/303 or 305/309                 Students should also consult the Faculty of
Junior English ........................................... 1                                                       Education section of this Calendar for
                                                               3.   One of Art 209/211 or Art 209/307 or Art       additional programs and details of teacher
Fine Arts Options ...................................... 1          391/393                                        certification.
Non-Art Options ........................................ 4     4.   300-, 400- or 500-level Studio Art Option
Open Option .............................................. 2        (Recommended: Art 341/343)                     Classification of Department Majors
                                                               5.   Fine Arts Option/Fine Arts Option              BFA (Drama)
Total ..................................... 20 full courses
                                                                                                                   BFA (Drama Education)
                                                                                                                   BFA (Drama Education)/BEd (Master of
                                                                                                                   Teaching Program)
                         122             Faculty of Fine Arts
                       Limitation of Enrollment                               300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option                       Requirements
                       New applicants should refer to “Admission          3.  300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/                      1st Year
                       Requirements” in the Academic Regulations              300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option
                       section of this Calendar for regulations                                                                          1. Drama 200
                                                                          4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Drama
                       regarding University admission requirements.                                                                      2. Drama 222
                                                                              Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Non-
                       Enrollment in the Department of Drama                  Drama Option                                               3. Drama 240
                       programs in Drama and Drama Education is
                                                                          5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Drama                           4. One-half Junior English and one-half
                       limited. Therefore, not all qualified applicants
                                                                              Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Non-                            Non-Drama Option or one full Junior
                       may be admitted.
                                                                              Drama Option                                                   English
                       Applicants will be accepted on the basis of
                                                                          Note: Students intending to pursue graduate                    5. Non-Drama Option/Non-Drama Option
                       academic standing in high school and/or
                                                                          studies in Drama are reminded that most                        2nd Year
                       previous post-secondary education completed.
                                                                          Canadian universities require a reading
                                                                          knowledge of at least one modern language                      1. Drama 340
                       BFA (Drama)                                        other than English; in this respect, students                  2. Drama 360
                                                                          are advised to exercise their options to their                 3. Drama 362 or 364
                       Introduction                                       best advantage.
                                                                                                                                         4. Non-Drama Option/Non-Drama Option
                       The BFA (Drama) program is a four-year
                       degree program which includes both                 Other Requirements                                             5. Non-Drama Option /Non-Drama Option
                       academic and practical training. Course                                                                           3rd Year
                       selection can provide emphasis in academic         Note: Non-Drama Options are to be selected
                                                                          from courses offered by other departments                      1. Drama 440 or 342 or 344 or 356
                       studies, theatre administration, theatre for
                       young audiences and developmental drama,           or faculties. Fine Arts Options may be any                     2. Drama 410
                       acting and directing, technical production         courses in Dance, Art, Music, Drama or Film.
                                                                                                                                         3. Drama 460
                       and design, and film. Qualified fourth year        Students are encouraged to develop related
                                                                                                                                         4. Fine Arts or Non-Drama Option/Fine Arts
                       students may be placed in an internship            programs of study by selecting option
                                                                                                                                             or Non-Drama Option
                       course with local professional theatre             courses from each of a few areas rather than
                       organizations.                                     isolated courses from many areas.                              5. Non-Drama Option /Non-Drama Option
                                                                                                                                         4th Year
Faculty of Fine Arts




                       Admission                                          Summary of Academic Requirements
                                                                                                                                         1. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/
                                                                          Required Drama courses .......................... 5                300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option
                       See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and
                       “Department Regulations” above.                    Required Drama Options .......................... 7            2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/
                                                                          Fine Arts Options ...................................... 2         300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option
                       Requirements                                       Non-Drama Options ............................... 5.5          3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/
                       1st Year                                           Junior English .......................................... .5       300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option
                       1. Drama 200                                       Total ..................................... 20 full courses    4. Fine Arts or Non-Drama Option/Fine Arts
                                                                                                                                             or Non-Drama Option
                       2. Drama 222
                                                                          Minor in Drama                                                 5. Non-Drama Option/Non-Drama Option
                       3. Drama 240
                       4. One-half Junior English and one-half            Requirements                                                   Other Requirements
                           Non-Drama Option or one full Junior
                           English                                        See also “Faculty Regulations – Graduation                     For additional requirements for teacher
                                                                          – Minor Field Programs” above for additional                   certification, students should consult the
                       5. Non-Drama Option/Non-Drama Option               information.                                                   Faculty of Education section of this Calendar.
                       2nd Year                                           A minor in Drama requires the completion of
                       1. Drama 340                                       Drama 200, 222, 240 plus at least two full                     Summary of Academic Requirements
                       2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/           courses (or equivalent) of Drama options at                    Required Drama courses .......................... 9
                           300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option           the 300, 400 or 500 level.                                     Required Drama Options .......................... 3
                       3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/                                                                          Fine Arts or Non-Drama Options ............... 2
                           300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option           BFA (Drama Education)                                          Non-Drama Options ............................... 5.5
                       4. Fine Arts Option (Art, Dance, Music or          Introduction                                                   Junior English .......................................... .5
                           Senior Drama Option)/Fine Arts Option
                                                                          The BFA (Drama Education) program is a                         Total ..................................... 20 full courses
                       5. Non-Drama Option/Non-Drama Option               specialized four-year degree program for
                       3rd Year                                           students intending either to teach drama
                                                                          following certification, or to work as drama
                                                                                                                                         Combined BFA (Drama
                       1. Drama 440 or 342 or 344 or 356
                                                                          specialists. It provides extensive course work                 Education)/BEd (Master of
                       2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/           in developmental drama and other aspects
                           300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option           of the theatre which relate directly to the                    Teaching Program)
                       3. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/           particular needs of theatre with youth.                        Introduction
                           300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option           Students interested in teacher certification
                                                                          should pursue the combined degree program                      This combined degree program, adminis-
                       4. Fine Arts Option/Fine Arts Option                                                                              tered by the Faculty of Fine Arts, leads to the
                                                                          with the Faculty of Education, which offers
                       5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-Drama               three years of study in the Drama Education                    BFA and BEd (Master of Teaching Program)
                           Option/300-, 400- or 500-level Non-            program and two years in the BEd (Master of                    degrees and requires the completion of a
                           Drama Option                                   Teaching Program).                                             minimum of 25 full-course equivalents.
                       4th Year                                                                                                          Students pursuing this program will enter the
                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Fine Arts in year one and then
                       1. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/           Admission                                                      apply to enter the combined degree program
                           300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option           See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and                     after the successful completion of at least
                       2. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/           “Department Regulations” above.                                five full-course equivalents. After successful
                                                                                                                                         completion of all fifteen full-course equiva-
                                                                                      Faculty of Fine Arts                                            123
lents specified in the Drama component of                                                                        Taped Audition application form/tapes
the combined degree program, students will        Summary of Academic Requirements                               deadline: March 1.
complete the two year BEd (Master of              Required Drama courses .......................... 9
Teaching Program) which satisfies the             Required Drama Options .......................... 3            Audition Requirements
present certificate requirements of the                                                                          Applicants should be prepared to perform
                                                  Fine Arts or Non-Drama Options ............... 1
Province of Alberta.                                                                                             two pieces, each from a different style
                                                  Junior English .......................................... .5   period; singers and instrumentalists should
Admission                                         Non-Drama Options ............................... 1.5          provide their own accompanist if possible;
                                                  BEd courses ............................................ 10    the Department will provide names of
All admission requirements for both Faculties
                                                                                                                 accompanists for those who do not have
must be satisfied in order to qualify for the     Total ..................................... 25 full courses    their own. Applicants should be prepared to
combined degree program. Applicants must
                                                                                                                 perform for approximately 10 minutes; in
submit a Faculty of Education Statement
                                                     Baccalaureate                                               addition, they will be asked to sight-read a
form in support of the application (a struc-
                                                                                                                 short piece of music appropriate to their
tured resume which includes the names of             Programs in Music                                           instrument or voice.
three referees). Registration in the Faculty of
Education must occur within three years of        Department Regulations                                         Applicants audition on the instrument of their
being admitted into the combined degree                                                                          choice, or in voice. Those who would like to
                                                  Introduction                                                   audition on two instruments may do so;
program and students must declare their
intention to register in the Faculty of           The Department of Music offers a four-year                     additional time will be allowed at the
Education by the preceding March 15. All          program leading to the degree of BMus                          audition; the jury will determine in discussion
students must satisfy the Effective Writing       designed for students wishing to enter a                       with the applicant, which instrument (or
Requirement.                                      professional career in music, either as                        voice) should become the major if the
                                                  performers, teachers, composers, theorists,                    applicant is admitted to a Music program.
Students choosing to leave the combined           historians or critics. It also offers a four-year
degree program before completion of both                                                                         Previously accepted students who have not
                                                  program leading to the degree Bachelor of
degrees would be considered to have left the                                                                     been enrolled in a performance practicum
                                                  Arts (Music), for the student who wishes to
Faculty of Education and would revert to                                                                         course for a year or more will be required to re-
                                                  pursue a general education in music. In
enrollment in the Faculty of Fine Arts with all                                                                  audition in order to determine if the previous
                                                  addition, students wishing to be considered
the degree requirements of that program.                                                                         level of attainment has been maintained.
                                                  for admission into the Bachelor of Arts




                                                                                                                                                                     Faculty of Fine Arts
Note: Enrollment in both the Faculty of Fine      Honours (Music) must have completed at
                                                                                                                 Guidelines
Arts and the Faculty of Education is limited      least five full-course equivalents and must
by Faculty and program quotas.                    have achieved a cumulative grade point                         As an indication of the level for admission to
                                                  average of at least 3.00 over all courses                      the Music Department, the following
                                                  completed. The Department also offers                          guidelines should be noted:
Requirements
                                                  programs leading to the Diploma of the                         Pianists should be prepared to perform
1st Year                                          Faculty of Fine Arts in the Kodály Concept of                  repertoire at the Grade X level.
1. Drama 200                                      Music Education and in Wind Conducting.                        All others should be prepared to perform
2. Drama 222                                      Students should also consult the Faculty of                    repertoire at the Grade VIII level.
3. Drama 240                                      Education section of this Calendar for details                 The above suggested levels are guidelines
                                                  of teacher certification.                                      only; students in wind, brass, and percussion
4. One-half Junior English and one-half
    Non-Drama Option                                                                                             instruments who have not had the opportu-
                                                  Classification of Department Majors                            nity for private study, and who may not have
5. Non-Drama Option/Non-Drama Option              BA (Music)                                                     reached the Grade VIII level, but who have a
2nd Year                                          BA Honours (Music)                                             serious interest in a career in music, are
1. Drama 340                                                                                                     encouraged to apply and to audition at the
                                                  BMus - Major specializations:
                                                                                                                 level of performance they have reached.
2. Drama 360                                      •   Elementary Music Education                                 Suggested audition repertoire guidelines are
3. Drama 362 or 364                               •   Secondary Music Education                                  available from the Music Website at: http://
4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/          •   Performance                                                music.ffa.ucalgary.ca.
    300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option
                                                  •   Theory                                                     Entrance Requirements
5. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/
                                                  •   Composition                                                The Department of Music requires at the
    300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option
                                                  •   Music History and Literature                               time of audition evidence of successful
3rd Year                                                                                                         completion of Grade III Royal Conservatory
1. Drama 440 or 342 or 344 or 356                 Admission                                                      Theory/Harmony or its equivalent. A
2. Drama 410                                      Admission to the BMus program in the                           photocopy of the examination certificate
                                                  Department of Music is by audition and                         must be submitted with the audition
3. Drama 460                                                                                                     application form. Students who do not
                                                  interview; applicants are assessed not only
4. 300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option/          on actual performance, but on talent,                          have this documentation or have studied
    300-, 400- or 500-level Drama Option          potential, and musicality. Admission to the                    privately will be required to do a diagnostic
5. Fine Arts or Non-Drama Option /Fine            BA (Music) program is by interview; appli-                     examination at the time of their audition.
    Arts or Non-Drama Option                      cants will be asked to discuss their musical
                                                  background and training. Interviews occur at                   Keyboard Proficiency Tests
4th and 5th Years
                                                  the same time as the Department’s audition                     The Department has a required minimum
Details of the two-year BEd (Master of            dates.                                                         level of keyboard proficiency which all
Teaching Program) may be found in the                                                                            Bachelor of Music students must achieve in
Faculty of Education section of this Calendar.    Audition Dates                                                 order to graduate. Applicants who have
                                                  Auditions occur in early May. Applicants                       never played a keyboard instrument, or
Other Requirements                                should contact lhmckay@ucalgary.ca (220-                       whose proficiency does not meet the
                                                  5383) for details.                                             required level, will be advised to take
Students in this program must meet the
                                                                                                                 remedial work in keyboard, either through
requirements (ten full-course equivalents) for    Live Audition application form deadline:                       the Department or privately.
the two year BEd (Master of Teaching              March 1.
Program) degree.
                         124             Faculty of Fine Arts
                       Applicants Who Live Outside a 150 Km                  One full-course equivalent 300-, 400- or      Bachelor of Music
                       Radius of Calgary                                     500-level Art, Art History, Drama, Dance
                       BMus applicants who live further than 150             or Film option                                Introduction
                       km from Calgary may submit a video or             4th Year                                          The four-year program leading to the degree
                       audio tape. If a tape is submitted, the student                                                     of BMus is designed for students wishing to
                                                                             One full 300-, 400- or 500-level Music or
                       may be required to perform a live audition                                                          enter a professional career in music, either
                                                                             Non-Music option
                       upon arrival. The tape should consist of                                                            as performers, teachers, composers,
                       approximately 10 minutes of music and                 One of Music Performance 001, 002,
                                                                             003 or 004                                    theorists, historians or critics.
                       conform to the requirements for auditions
                       given above. The recording should have                Four full-course equivalent 300-, 400- or     The Bachelor of Music degree provides the
                       been made not more than two months prior              500-level Non-Music options                   opportunity for specialization in one of six
                       to submission, should be of good quality and                                                        areas following a common first year. At the
                       should be solo or solo with accompaniment.                                                          end of the first year of the program the
                       Audition tapes must be received in the Music
                                                                         Bachelor of Arts Honours                          student is required to elect one of the
                       Department by March 1.                            (Music)                                           following areas of emphasis.
                       Applicants to the BA (Music) program who live     Introduction
                       outside this radius may be interviewed by the                                                       Area Specializations
                       Coordinator of BA Studies by telephone.           The degree Bachelor of Arts (Music) is            1.   Elementary Music Education
                                                                         meant for the student who wishes to pursue
                                                                                                                           2.   Secondary Music Education
                                                                         the study of music in the context of a liberal
                       Bachelor of Arts (Music)                          arts education and who may wish to pursue         3.   Performance
                       Introduction                                      a career in an arts-related field.                4.   Theory
                       The degree Bachelor of Arts (Music) is                                                              5.   Composition
                       meant for the student who wishes to pursue        Admission                                         6.   Music History and Literature
                       the study of music in the context of a liberal    Admission to the Bachelor of Arts Honours
                       arts education and who may wish to pursue         (Music) program requires the completion of a      Admission
                       a career in an arts-related field.                minimum of five full-course equivalents and
                                                                         will require a cumulative grade point average     See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and
                                                                         of 3.00 or higher over all courses completed.     “Department Regulations” above.
                       Admission
Faculty of Fine Arts




                       See “Faculty Regulations – Admissions” and        See also “Faculty Regulations – Admissions”
                                                                         and “Department Regulations” above.               Requirements
                       “Department Regulations” above.
                                                                                                                           It is essential that students first consult with
                                                                         Requirements                                      the Advisor before choosing an area of
                       Requirements                                                                                        emphasis or before registering for any
                       1st Year                                          Years 1 to 3                                      course. Admittance as a major in any area is
                           Music History and Literature 201/203              Same as BA (Music).                           conditional upon the completion of Music
                                                                         4th Year                                          History and Literature 201/203, Music Theory
                           Music Theory and Composition 201/203
                                                                                                                           and Composition 201/203/221, and Music
                           Music Theory and Composition 221                  One full Senior Music or Non-Music option
                                                                                                                           Performance 291/293 with grades of “C-” or
                           One of Music Performance 201, 203,                One of Music Performance 001, 002,            better and is subject to the approval of the
                           205, 211, 213 or 215                              003 or 004                                    Area Chairperson.
                           One of Music Performance 001, 002,                Three full courses of 300-, 400- or 500-      Students entering the Performance Route
                           003 or 004                                        level Non-Music options                       are required to attain a “B-” or better in Music
                                                                             One of Music History and Literature 596       Performance 293 (or Music Performance
                           One full 200-level Non-Music option
                                                                             or Music Theory and Composition 596           391/393). The student’s progress will also be
                           Fine Arts 201
                                                                             (Honours Project)                             reviewed annually. Students whose progress
                           One-half Junior English option                                                                  is unsatisfactory will be required to select
                       2nd Year                                          Other Requirements                                another area of study.
                           Music History and Literature 301/303          Students in the BA Honours (Music) program
                           Music Theory and Composition 301/303                                                            Area Requirements
                                                                         require a cumulative grade point average of
                           Music Theory and Composition 321              3.00 or higher over all courses completed.        Common First Year for All Areas
                           One of Music Performance 301, 303,                                                                 Fine Arts 201
                           305, 311, 313 or 315                          Minor in Music                                       Music History and Literature 201/203
                           One of Music Performance 001, 002,                                                                 Music Theory and Composition 201/203
                           003 or 004
                                                                         Requirements
                                                                                                                              Music Theory and Composition 221
                           One full 200-level Non-Music option           See also “Faculty Regulations – Graduation
                                                                         – Minor Field Programs” above for additional         Music Performance 291/293
                           One full 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-         information.                                         One of Music Performance 201, 203,
                           Music option                                                                                       205, 211, 213 or 215
                                                                         Students interested in a minor in Music must
                       3rd Year                                          successfully complete the audition. Thereaf-         One of Music Performance 001, 002,
                           One full 300-, 400- or 500-level Music        ter, the completion of at least five full music      003 or 004
                           History and Literature option                 courses is required, as follows: MUTC 201            One-half Non-Music option
                           One full 300-, 400- or 500-level Music        and 203, MUHL 201 and MUHL 203; one
                                                                         and one-half full-course equivalents of 300-,        Pass piano proficiency examination or
                           Theory and Composition option                                                                      successfully complete Music Perform-
                                                                         400- or 500-level music options; one full-
                           One of Music Performance 001, 002,            course equivalent of junior/senior music             ance 271/273.
                           003 or 004                                    options (which may include MUPF 291/293
                           Two full 300-, 400- or 500-level Non-         or MUPF 391/393 (lessons)). In addition,          1. Major in Elementary Music Education
                           Music options                                 students are required to register in an           For students who plan to become music
                                                                         instrumental or choral ensemble for at least      teachers in elementary schools. Students
                                                                         one year.                                         first take the BMus program in the Faculty of
                                                                               Faculty of Fine Arts                                    125
Fine Arts before applying to the Faculty of            and Composition, or one-half senior                One of Music Performance 401, 403,
Education for the teacher certification                option in Music History and Literature             405, 411, 413 or 415
program.                                               and one-half senior option in Music                One of Music Performance 001, 002,
2nd Year                                               Theory and Composition                             003 or 004
    Music Education 331/333                            Music Performance 491/493                      4th Year
    Music History and Literature 301/303               One of Music Performance 401, 403,                 One of Music Performance 423, 425 or
                                                       405, 411, 413 or 415                               441
    Music Performance 391/393
                                                       One of Music Performance 001, 002,                 Music Performance 569
    Music Theory and Composition 301/303               003 or 004
    Music Theory and Composition 321                                                                      Music Performance 598
                                                   4th Year
    One of Music Performance 301, 303,                                                                    One and one-half full Music or Non-
                                                       One of Music Education 391, 393, or                Music options
    305, 311, 313 or 315                               397 (excluding the course covering the
    One of Music Performance 001, 002,                 student’s primary instrument)                      One full Non-Music option
    003 or 004                                         Music Education 501/503                            One of Music Performance 501, 503,
3rd Year                                                                                                  505, 511, 513 or 515
                                                       Three full Non-Music options
    Music Education 405/407                                                                               One of Music Performance 001, 002,
                                                       One of Music Performance 001, 002,                 003 or 004
    One full senior (300-, 400- or 500-level)          003 or 004
    option in Music History and Literature, or                                                        4. Major in Theory
    one full senior option in Music Theory         3. Major in Performance                            For students with a particular interest in
    and Composition, or one-half senior            For students with talent in performance who        theoretical analysis.
    option in Music History and Literature         plan to become professional instrumentalists       2nd Year
    and one-half senior option in Music            or singers. Admission as a major in Perform-           Music History and Literature 301/303
    Theory and Composition                         ance will depend on an audition before a
                                                   faculty jury at the end of the first or second         Music Performance 391/393
    Music Education 315/317
                                                   year. Students entering the Performance                Music Theory and Composition 301/303
    Music Performance 491/493
                                                   Route are required to attain a “B-“ or better          Music Theory and Composition 321
    One half Non-Music option                      in Music Performance 293 (or Music




                                                                                                                                                    Faculty of Fine Arts
                                                   Performance 391/393). Upon admission into              One full Non-Music option
    One of Music Performance 401, 403,
    405, 411, 413 or 415                           this major the student will maintain a “B-“ or         One of Music Performance 301, 303,
                                                   better for lessons and be examined each                305, 311, 313 or 315
    One of Music Performance 001, 002,
    003 or 004                                     Spring to determine continuance or advance-            One of Music Performance 001, 002,
                                                   ment in the program.                                   003 or 004
4th Year
                                                   Note: Voice majors are required, and other         3rd Year
    One of Fine Arts 501, 503 or 507               Performance majors are strongly urged, to
                                                   include within their Non-Music options at least        Music Theory and Composition 471/473
    Music Education 511/513
                                                   two half-course equivalents of French, German,         One of Music Theory and Composition
    One and one-half Music or Non-Music
                                                   or Italian. Voice majors are strongly encour-          477 or Music Education 571
    options
                                                   aged to include Music Performance 517.                 One full Non-Music option
    Two full Non-Music options
                                                   2nd Year                                               One of Music Performance 401, 403,
    One of Music Performance 001, 002,
                                                         Music History and Literature 301/303             405, 411, 413 or 415
    003 or 004
                                                         One of Music Performance 221, 223,               Music Performance 491/493
2. Major in Secondary Music Education                    225 or 241                                       One full language option
For students who plan to become music                    Music Performance 391/393                        One of Music Performance 001, 002,
teachers in secondary schools. Students first            Music Theory and Composition 301/303             003 or 004
take the BMus program in the Faculty of Fine
Arts before applying to the Faculty of Educa-            Music Theory and Composition 321             4th Year
tion for the teacher certification program.              One of Music Performance 301, 303,               Music Theory and Composition 475 and
2nd Year                                                 305, 311, 313 or 315                             577
      Music History and Literature 301/303               One of Music Performance 001, 002,               One of Music Theory and Composition
                                                         003 or 004                                       575 or 577
      Music Education 331/333
                                                         One-half Non-Music option                        Music Theory and Composition 598
      Music Performance 391/393
                                                   3rd Year                                               One full Senior option in Music History
      Music Theory and Composition 301/303                                                                and Literature or Music Theory and
                                                         One full senior (300-, 400- or 500-level)
      Music Theory and Composition 321                   option in Music History and Literature, or       Composition
      One of Music Performance 301, 303,                 one full senior option in Music Theory           One and one-half full Non-Music options
      305, 311, 313 or 315                               and Composition, or one-half senior              One of Music Performance 001, 002,
      One of Music Performance 001, 002,                 option in Music History and Literature           003 or 004
      003 or 004                                         and one-half senior option in Music
                                                         Theory and Composition                       5. Major in Composition
3rd Year
                                                         One of Music Performance 323, 325 or         For students with a particular interest in
      Two of Music Education 391, 393, or
                                                         341                                          composition.
      397
                                                         Music Performance 469                        2nd Year
      Music Education 405/407
                                                         Music Performance 498                            Music History and Literature 301/303
      Music Education 409/411
                                                         One-half Music or Non-Music option               Music Performance 391/393
      One full senior (300-, 400- or 500-level)
      option in Music History and Literature, or         One full Non-Music option (two half              Music Theory and Composition 301/303
      one full senior option in Music Theory             courses in French, German or Italian for         Music Theory and Composition 321
                                                         voice majors)
                         126             Faculty of Fine Arts
                           Music Theory and Composition 391/393              One of Music Performance 001, 002,            A maximum of eight full-course equivalents
                           One of Music Performance 301, 303,                003 or 004                                    at the junior level are permitted in the
                           305,        311, 313 or 315                   4th Year                                          combined degree program.
                           One of Music Performance 001, 002,                Music History and Literature 551/553          At least one half of the 25 full-course
                           003 or 004                                                                                      equivalents must be taken at the University
                                                                             Music History and Literature 598              of Calgary. A maximum of ten full-course
                       3rd Year                                              One and one-half Music History and            equivalents may be transferred to a single
                           One full 300-, 400- or 500-level option in        Literature options                            Faculty. At least half the courses counting
                           Music History and Literature or in Music          One full non-Music option in political        towards each of the Majors must be taken at
                           Theory and Composition                            history                                       the University of Calgary.
                           Music Theory and Composition 475,                 One of Music Performance 001, 002,            The program requires careful selection of
                           477, 479                                          003 or 004                                    courses to complete all the requirements of
                           Music Theory and Composition 491/493                                                            the two faculties within the minimum number
                                                                             One-half non-Music option                     of courses. Interested students are urged to
                           One full Non-Music option                                                                       contact the Student Affairs offices of the two
                           One of Music Performance 401, 403,              Multidisciplinary                               Faculties for advice in choosing their courses.
                           405, 411, 413 or 415
                                                                           Programs                                        It will be possible for students to opt out of the
                           One of Music Performance 001, 002,                                                              combined program until the end of the second
                           003 or 004                                    Combined BA or BFA (Fine Arts)/                   year and complete either the Fine Arts or
                       4th Year                                          BA (Humanities) Program                           Humanities degree program within four years.
                                                                                                                           However, if courses have been unevenly
                           Music Theory and Composition 575, 577         Introduction                                      distributed in the first two years, or if more
                           Music Theory and Composition 598              The program, sponsored jointly by the             than two years have been completed in the
                                                                         Faculties of Fine Arts and Humanities, leads      combined program, more than four years may
                           One-half from Music Theory and
                                                                         to the BFA and BA degrees, or two BA              be required to complete a single degree.
                           Composition 471 or 473
                                                                         degrees, and requires the completion of a
                           One-half from Music Theory and                minimum of 25 full-course equivalents.            Summary of Academic Requirements
                           Composition 555, 575, Music Education         Students pursuing this program will normally
                           331, 391, 393, 397 or Music Perform-                                                            Fine Arts .................................................. 14
                                                                         enter the Faculty of Fine Arts in year one and
Faculty of Fine Arts




                           ance 491                                      then apply to enter the combined degree           Humanities ............................................... 9
                           Two full Non-Music options                    program after the successful completion of at     Social Sciences ........................................ 1
                           One of Music Performance 001, 002,            least four full-course equivalents. At that       Science .................................................... 1
                           003 or 004                                    time, the student will declare a Major Field
                                                                         within the Faculty of Humanities in addition      Total ..................................... 25 full courses
                       6. Major in History and Literature                to the Major within the Faculty of Fine Arts.
                                                                                                                           Regulations
                       For students wishing to pursue graduate           Admission                                         For Fine Arts programs requiring fewer than
                       work in musicology, with the aim of teaching                                                        14 full-course equivalents in Fine Arts, the
                       in a university or a career as a music critic,    All admission requirements for both Faculties
                                                                         must be satisfied in order to qualify for the     combined degree will require open options to
                       music librarian, or music editor for publishing                                                     make up the total of 25 full-course equivalents.
                       houses and recording companies.                   combined degree program.
                                                                                                                           It should be noted that the Bachelor of Music
                       2nd Year                                          Requirements                                      degree is excluded from this combined
                            Music History and Literature 301/303         Successful completion of the requirements         degree program. Only the BA (Music) and
                            Music Performance 391/393                    for the major in the Humanities (at least         BA Honours (Music) can be obtained jointly
                                                                         seven or eight full-course equivalents,           with a Humanities degree.
                            Music Theory and Composition 301/303
                                                                         depending on the major selected) with no
                            Music Theory and Composition 321             more than one full “D” or “D+” grade is              Diploma Programs
                            One full Junior Language other than          required. Students must complete a
                            English                                      minimum of nine full-course equivalents from      Kodaly Concept of Music
                                                                         the offerings of the Faculty of Humanities.       Education (Diploma of the Faculty
                            One of Music Performance 301, 303,
                                                                         One full-course equivalent from each of the
                            305, 311, 313 or 315
                                                                         Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of
                                                                                                                           of Fine Arts)
                            One of Music Performance 001, 002,           Science is also required.                         Introduction
                            003 or 004                                                                                     Enquiries about the program in the Kodály
                                                                         The degree requirements of each major
                       3rd Year                                          within the Faculty of Fine Arts must be           Concept of Music Education should be
                            One full senior (300-, 400- or 500-level)    completed as stipulated in this Calendar. The     directed to the Head of the Department of
                            option in Music History and Literature, or   courses completed in the Faculty of Humani-       Music.
                            one full senior option in Music Theory       ties will fulfill the requirements for the non-
                            and Composition, or one-half senior          Fine Arts options in the Fine Arts degree         Admission
                            option in Music History and Literature       programs including the Junior English             Admission to the diploma program may be
                            and one-half senior option in Music          requirement. Students should be aware,            granted to holders of an approved degree in
                            Theory and Composition                       however, that should they not complete the        music or its equivalent. Music teachers
                                                                         combined degree and complete only the             without a degree, who are registered as
                            One full Non-Music option in cultural                                                          members of the Canadian Music Educators
                                                                         degree in Fine Arts, they must take whatever
                            history                                                                                        Association, the Alberta Registered Music
                                                                         Junior English may be required by the major
                            One full 300-, 400- or 500-level             program in Fine Arts.                             Teachers Association, or an equivalent
                            Language other than English                                                                    association, may also be eligible for
                                                                         In order to maintain good standing in the
                            One-half Music or Non-Music option           combined degree program, the grade point          admission to the diploma program upon
                                                                         average requirements of both Faculties for        evaluation of their qualifications by the
                            Two of Music Theory and Composition
                                                                         progress through the degree and for               Department of Music.
                            575 or 577
                                                                         graduation must be met.
                            One of Music Performance 401, 403,
                            405, 411, 413 or 415
                                                                             Faculty of Fine Arts   127
Requirements                                     Requirements
The program consists of nine half courses. A     The program consists of nine half courses. A
student must obtain a grade point average of     student must obtain a grade point average of
at least 2.50 in the courses taken for credit    at least 2.50 in the courses taken for credit
toward the diploma. The minimum passing          toward the Diploma. The minimum passing
grade in courses taken for credit in the         grade in courses taken for credit toward the
diploma is “C.” A student will be allowed to     Diploma is “C.” A student will be allowed to
repeat only one course taken for credit toward   repeat only one course taken for credit
the diploma. The program must normally be        toward the Diploma. The program is a
completed within six calendar years.             consecutive three-summer curriculum
This is a three-summer program, offered in       emphasizing selected literature for the
three weeks during the Summer Session            symphonic band and wind ensemble. The
only. Three half courses per Summer must         selected literature will vary from year to year.
be taken.                                        The program will include the development of
                                                 conducting skills and score study necessary
1st Year                                         for performance of the selected literature. A
     Music Education 601. Kodály: Musician-      student may enter at any point in the program
     ship I                                      but must complete all nine courses to earn
     Music Education 603. Kodály: Principles     the Diploma. The program must normally be
     and Practice I                              completed within six calendar years.
     Music Education 605. Kodály: Folk           This is a three-summer program, offered in
     Music Studies and Choral Materials I        three weeks during the Summer Session
                                                 only. Only three half courses of the full
2nd Year                                         complement of nine courses are offered
     Music Education 607. Kodály: Musician-      each summer. The courses are non-
     ship II                                     sequenced and may be taken in any order.
     Music Education 609. Kodály: Principles          Music Education 621. Scoring I for the
     and Practice II                                  Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
     Music Education 611. Kodály: Folk                Music Education 623. Conducting I for




                                                                                                          Faculty of Fine Arts
     Music Studies and Choral Materials II            the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
3rd Year                                              Music Education 625. Literature I for the
     Music Education 613. Kodály: Musician-           Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
     ship III                                         Music Education 627. Scoring II for the
     Music Education 615. Kodály: Principles          Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
     and Practice III                                 Music Education 629. Conducting II for
     Music Education 617. Kodály: Folk                the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
     Music Studies and Choral Materials III           Music Education 631. Literature II for the
                                                      Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
Other Requirements                                    Music Education 633. Scoring III for the
Note: No more than two full-course equiva-            Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
lents of the courses in the Kodály Concept of
Music Education may be credited toward the            Music Education 635. Conducting III for
Master’s degree program in Music Educa-               the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
tion. Music Education 601, 607, and 613 are           Music Education 637. Literature III for
not acceptable toward the Master’s degree             the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble
program.                                         Other Requirements
It is suggested that students beginning a        Not more than two full-course equivalents of
thesis Master’s degree not take the Summer       the courses in the Wind Conducting program
Session courses Music Education 603, 609,        may be credited toward the Master’s degree
and 615: Principles and Practice, but the        program in Music Education or toward the
Kodály Pedagogy courses, Music Education         Master’s degree program in Performance
695, 697 in the Fall and Winter instead.         (Conducting). Music Education 621, 627,
                                                 and 633 are not acceptable toward the
The Wind Conducting Program                      Master’s degree programs.
(Diploma of the Faculty of Fine
Arts)
                                                 Administration
Introduction
Enquiries about the program should be            Faculty Administrative
directed to the Director, the Wind Conducting
program in the Department of Music.
                                                 Officers
                                                 Dean
Admission                                              A.E. Calvert
Admission to the program may be granted to
                                                 Associate Dean (Academic)
holders of an approved degree in music or
its equivalent. Music teachers may also be             C.R. MacDonnell
eligible for admission to the diploma program    Associate Dean (Research)
upon evaluation of their qualifications by the
                                                       W.S. Jordan
Department of Music.
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