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Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music

Program objectives for a B.M. in Music are: (a) to be prepared for entrance into accredited graduate programs in music; (b) to be prepared to pursue graduate studies in music performance; (c) to be prepared to pursue careers in the music profession.

The Bachelor of Music with a major in Music is a professional degree, the requirements for which provide the student with an opportunity for specialization in the traditional disciplines of music and music education. A minimum grade of "C-" is required in every graded music course applicable toward the major. The student must maintain an overall grade point average of 2.0. Exception: Music Education concentration: overall grade point average of 2.75 and a minimum grade of "C-" in each professional education and music course.

The specific degree requirements are divided into four groups: (1) University General Education Program, (2) basic music courses, (3) courses required for the specific emphasis chosen by the student, (4) electives to bring the total of semester hours taken to 120 (124 hours for Music Education choral emphasis, 125 hours for Music Education instrumental emphasis). All students must complete a minimum of 42 hours at the upper division level. Transfer students must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours of music and/or music education courses at the upper division level at the University of Memphis.

Admission: All applicants seeking admission as freshman music majors or as transfer students must complete and submit to the Admissions Office of the University of Memphis an appropriate formal application form. In addition to academic considerations, admission to the music degree program requires a personal interview and an audition. The audition consists of (1) performance in the student’s major applied area, (2) a music theory examination and (3) a piano placement exam. Candidates are accepted on the basis of accomplishment, potential and suitability for the concentration they wish to pursue. Students seeking admittance as music majors in the fall term should apply no later than June 1, and those seeking admittance in the spring term should apply no later than December 1. Additional information on specific audition requirements and on interview/audition appointments may be obtained through the office of the School of Music or at http://www.memphis.edu/music.

Music Major (B.M.)

A. University General Education Program (35 hours in addition to 6 hours of Music History)

See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements. Six hours of Humanities are satisfied by taking MUHL 3301 and 3302 for Music majors (excluding Jazz concentrations) or MUHL 3303 and 4806 for Jazz and Studio Performance and Jazz Composition and Arranging concentrations. Students in Music Education must take PSYC 1030 for one of the Social/Behavioral Sciences requirements.

B. The Major (85-90 hours)

1. Major Core (36 - 43 hours)

a. Completion of MUTC 1008, 1010, 1009, 1011, 2008, 2010, 3008, 3009 (16 hours)

b. Theory elective (one from the following): (Music Education is exempt), MUTC 3101, 3102, 3109, 3201, 4205, 4206; Jazz take MUTC 2103 (3 hours).

c. MUHL 3301, 3302; Jazz take MUHL 3303, 4806 (6 hours)

d. History Elective (one from the following):

MUHL 4008, 4009, 4010, 4013, 4800, 4801, 4805, 4806, or 4807 (Music Education is exempt) (3 hours).

e. MUSE 3700 (2 hours);

f. MUAP 1105, 1106, 2107, 2108 (4) with two exceptions: Music Education instrumental majors are not required to take MUAP 2108 and Jazz majors must take MUAP 1105, 1106, 1116, and a proficiency examination administered by the jazz faculty. All undergraduate Music majors, irrespective of concentration, must take a piano placement examination before enrolling in the School of Music. This evaluation will place students in the appropriate course in the class-piano sequence. All piano proficiency requirements as appropriate to the concentration must be passed before graduation (or, for Music Education majors, before student teaching). Students already proficient in piano may be permitted to bypass the class-piano sequence and enroll in MUSE 3101, which will satisfy this requirement and any student may choose to take the departmental Piano Proficiency Examination in lieu of coursework. Since the requirements for this exam vary according to the area of concentration, contact the Coordinator of Class Piano for specific details.

g. MUID 1001 (1)

h. Ensemble Requirement: All Music majors must take a minimum of eight (8) semesters of ensemble. The specific requirements for this are determined by each division and degree program. Please consult with your adviser for the specific outline for your applied area and degree program exceptions. Music Education Instrumental students must take two semesters of Marching Band (string players exempt) and one semester of University Singers, Chamber Choir, or Collegiate Choir as part of their ensemble requirement.

i. Concert Attendance: All Music majors are required to attend a minimum of 100 concerts or recitals in the four-year program (suggested 25 per year). Records will be maintained in by the School of Music on the number of events attended by each student and an annual report will be filed with the Director.

2. Concentration (42 hours except Music Education, see below)

a. Jazz and Studio Performance

MUAP 1xx1, (1), 1xx2 (10), 3012-13 (8), 3103 (5), 4xx2 (4), 4895, MUTC 3201, 3825, 3826, 3827; Jazz vocal students take MUHL 4016, instead of MUTC 3827.

b. Jazz and Studio Composition/Arranging

MUAP 1312, (pianists take 1101) (4), MUTC 2501, 2504 (2), 2511 (2), 3201, 3501 (2), 3825, 4106, 4503, 4896 (4), MUAP 1xx2 (5), 3012-13 (6), 3103 (2)

c. Performance. Instruction in performance leading to the Bachelor of Music in Music with a concentration in Performance is provided for the following areas: Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Tuba, and Euphonium (Brass Instruments); Piano, Harpsichord, and Organ (Keyboard Instruments); Percussion; Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Bass, Guitar, and Harp (String Instruments), Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, and Bassoon (Woodwind Instruments); Voice.

Individual instruction in major performance area (24 hours).

Instruction in secondary performance area, repertory, and/or pedagogy: (6 hours)

For brass instruments: MUHL 4020 (3) Solo Brass Literature; MUSE 4514 (3) Brass Pedagogy.

For woodwind instruments: MUSE 4521 (3) Woodwind Pedagogy, MUAP 4004 (2), Orchestral Exerpts, and MUAP 4263 (1) Reed Making; flute players should take MUAP 2201 (1) Historical Techniques for Woodwind Instruments or an additional MUAP 3701 (1) Woodwind Ensemble instead of reed making.   

For percussion: MUHL 4030 (3) Percussion Repertory and MUSE 4520 (3) Percussion Pedagogy.

For bowed strings: 6 hours chosen from MUHL 4500 String Repertory, MUAP 4004 (2) Orchestral Excerpts, MUHL 4008 The Symphony, MUHL 4022 Early Chamber Music, MUHL 4011 String Quartet Literature, MUSE 4506 Introduction to Suzuki Talent Education for Strings, and/or up to 2 hours of an approved secondary string instrument.

For guitar: MUHL 4015 (3) Guitar Literature and MUSE 4251 (3) Guitar Pedagogy.

For voice: MUSE 4523 (2) Vocal Pedagogy; MUHL 4002 (2) Song Repertory I and MUHL 4003 (2) Song Repertory II.

For piano: MUHL 4001 (2) Piano Repertory, MUSE 4501 (2) Piano Pedagogy I, and MUSE 4505 (2) Collaborative Piano Techniques.

Junior Recital (1 hour)

MUAP 4999. Artist Recital (4 hours)

Small Ensembles (4-6 hours)

Four semesters of small ensembles, chosen from those listed under “Small Ensembles and Chamber Music” in consultation with the major advisor, is required. Piano (and Harpsichord) performance students must take a minimum of four (4) semesters of MUAP 3301, Chamber Music for Keyboard, as part of the music core requirements for ensembles.

For students in voice, MUSE 4211 Vocal Diction I (2), MUSE 4212 Vocal Diction II (2), and a demonstrated proficiency equivalent to the first semester university level courses in French, German, and Italian.

For Piano and Harpsichord performance students, the following is to be taken in lieu of the four hours of class piano: Functional Keyboard Skills (1), secondary keyboard instrument (two semesters of one credit each) (2), and one music elective (1).

Music Electives - as needed to satisfy 120 hours degree requirement.

d. Composition:

Individual instruction in applied music to include two semesters of piano (8)

MUTC 2501 Composition (3)

MUTC 2502 Composition minimum two semesters (6)

MUTC 4501 Composition (minimum three semesters) (9)

MUTC 4511 Intermediate Electronic Music (2)

MUTC 4512 Advanced Electronic Music (2)

Choose one of the following courses: MUTC 4205 Sixteenth Century Counterpoint (2) or MUTC 4206 Eighteenth Century Counterpoint (2)

MUTC 4209 Advanced Orchestration (3)

MUTC 4102 Compositional Processes of the 20th Century (3)

MUTC 4599 Senior Composition Recital (3)

e. Music History:

Individual instruction in applied music (10)

MUHL 4259 Studies in Bibliography (3)

Electives (11)

Advanced Music History (9)

Foreign Language: 6 semester hours in addition to requirements for admission (6)

MUHL 4999: Senior Project in Music History (3)

f. Music Education: (47-48 hours)

Core: (32 hours)

ICL 3333 Assessment and Decision Making (3)

ICL 4914 Teaching All Learners Residency I (5)

ICL 4800 Professional Seminar (3)

EDPR 2111 Development Across the Life Span (3)

MUSE 2002 Foundations of Music Education (3)

MUAP 3999 Junior Recital (1)

SPED 2000 Intro to Exceptional Learners (3)

MUSE 4911 Residency II Student Teaching in Music (9)

MUSE 4213 Materials and Methods of Elementary Music (3)

Instrumental Emphasis: (22 hours)

MUSE 1101 Class Instruction in Brass Instruments (1)

MUSE 1103 Class Instruction in Percussion Methods (1)

MUSE 1104 Class Instruction in Woodwind Instruments (1)

MUSE 1116 Class Instruction in Stringed Instruments (1)

MUSE 4205 Marching Band Techniques (1)

MUSE 4403 Materials and Methods in Instrumental Music, 6-12 (3)

MUSE 4700 Instrumental Conducting (2)

Applied Music: at least 2 hours at the upper division level (12)

Choral Emphasis: (21 hours)

MUSE 1112 Class Instruction in Voice (1), or MUAP 1610 Applied Voice (1)

(Not required of students enrolled in applied voice)

MUAP 2108 Class Piano IV

MUSE 4211 Vocal Diction I (2)

MUSE 4701 Choral Conducting (2)

Applied Music: at least 2 hours at the upper division level (12)

MUSE 4405 Materials and Methods of Choral Music (7-12) (3)

C. Electives (0 - 12 hours)

Completion of elective courses to bring the total to a minimum of 120 semester hours (124 or 125 for students in the Music Education concentration depending on emphasis). Courses will be chosen by the student in consultation with the advisor and major professor.

Music Minor

Students wishing to minor in music should contact the School of Music Audition Coordinator to declare Music as their minor and schedule appropriate placement test. The minor in Music consists of 21 credit hours and is available to any student who completes the following requirements: Applied Music individual instruction (4 hours); 2 semesters appropriate ensembles (2 hours); MUTC 1008 and MUTC 1009 (6 hours); choose one from MUHL 3301, 3302, 3303 (3 hours); upper division electives (6 hours). In addition, all music minors are required to attend a minimum of 25 concerts or recitals.

Typical 4-Year Jazz and Studio Performance Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP 3012/3 1 MUAP 3012/3 1
MUID 1001  1 MUAP 1116 1
       
Semester Totals 15 hrs   15 hrs

Sophomore Year

History* 3 MATH* 3
MUTC 2008 3 History* 3
MUTC 2010 1 MUAP 3103 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUTC 3008 3
MUTC 3825 3 MUTC 3009 1
MUTC 2103 3 MUTC 3201 3
MUAP 3012/3 1 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP 3103 1 MUAP 3012/3 1
       
Semester Totals 17 hrs   17 hrs

Junior Year

Natural Science* 4 Natural Sciences* 4
MUSE 3700 2 MUAP 3103 1
MUAP 3103 1 MUHL 3303 3
MUTC 3826 3 MUAP (2nd instrument) 1
COMM 2381 3 MUAP 3012/3 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 Elective 2
MUAP 3012/3 1 ENGL 2201 or 2202 3
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   15 hrs

Senior Year

MUID 3827 3 Elective 3
Music elective 3 MUAP 4895 3
MUAP 3103 1 MUHL 4806 3
MUAP 3012/3 1 MUAP 4xx2 2
MUAP 4xx2 2 MUAP 3012/3 1
MUHL elective 3    
       
Semester Totals 13 hrs   12 hrs

Total Hours: 120

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 120

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

Typical 4-Year Jazz Composition and Arranging Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUTC 2501 3
MUTC 1001  1 MUAP 1116 1
       
Semester Totals 14 hrs   15 hrs

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2201 or 2202 3 MATH* 3
MUTC 2008 3 Music elective 3
MUTC 2010 1 MUAP 3103 1
MUAP (applied music) 3 MUTC 3008 3
MUTC 3825 3 MUTC 3009 1
MUTC 2103 3 MUTC 3201 3
MUAP 3012/3 1 MUAP 3012/3 1
       
Semester Totals 17 hrs   15 hrs

Junior Year

Natural Science* 4 Natural Science* 4
MUSE 3700 2 History* 3
MUAP 1312 2 MUHL 3303 3
MUTC 2511 2 MUAP 1312 2
COMM 2381 3 MUAP 3012/3 1
MUTC 2504 2 MUTC 3501 2
MUAP 3012/3 1
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   15 hrs

Senior Year

History* 3 Music elective 3
MUTC 4503 3 MUAP 4896 4
Music elective 3 MUHL 4806 3
MUAP 3012/3 1 MUTC 4106 3
MUHL elective 3 MUAP 3012/3 1
MUAP 3103 1    
       
Semester Totals 14 hrs   14 hrs

Total Hours: 120

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 120

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

Typical 4-Year Performance Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 3 MUAP (applied music) 3
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
MUID 1001 1    
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   15 hrs

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2201 or 2202 3 Small ensemble 1
MUTC 2008 3 MATH* 3
MUTC 2010 1 History* 3
MUAP (applied music) 3 MUTC 3008 3
MUAP 2107 1 MUTC 3009 1
MUAP (ensemble) 1 MUAP 2108 1
MUAP (small ensemble) 1 MUAP (applied music) 3
History* 3 MUAP (ensemble) 1
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   16 hrs

Junior Year

Natural Science* 4 Natural Science* 4
Small ensemble 1 MUTC** 3
MUHL 3301 3 MUHL 3302 3
MUAP (ensemble) 1 MUAP (applied music) 4
COMM 2381 3 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUAP (applied music) 4 MUAP 3999 1
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   16 hrs

Senior Year

MUHL elective 3 MUAP 4999 4
Music elective 3 Music elective 3
MUAP (ensemble) 1 Music elective 3
MUSE 3700 2 UD elective 3
MUAP (applied music) 4 MUAP (ensemble) 1
    MUAP (small ensemble) 1
       
Semester Totals 13 hrs   12 hrs

Total Hours: 120

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 120

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

**Choose one from MUTC 3101, 3201, 3202, 4205, 4206, 4207

***Choose one from MUHL 4008, 4009, 4010, 4013

Typical 4-Year Composition Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
MUID 1001 1 MUTC 2501 3
       
Semester Totals 12 hrs   14 hrs

Sophomore Year

English 2201 or 2202 3 MUTC 2502 3
Natural Science* 4 Natural Science* 4
MUTC 2008 3 MATH* 3
MUTC 2010 1 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUTC 3008 3
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUTC 3009 1
MUAP 2502 3 MUAP 2108 1
MUAP 2107 1 MUAP (applied music) 2
       
Semester Totals 18 hrs   18 hrs

Junior Year

History* 3 History* 3
COMM 2381 3 MUTC 420x 2
MUHL 3301 3 MUHL 3302 3
MUTC 4209 3 MUTC 4511 2
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
MUTC 4501 3 MUTC 4501 3
MUSE 3700 2    
       
Semester Totals 18 hrs   14 hrs

Senior Year

Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3 MUTC 4599 4
MUTC 4501 3 MUHL elective** 3
MUTC 4512 2 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
Theory elective 3 MUTC 4102 3
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
       
Semester Totals 12hrs   14 hrs

Total Hours: 120

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 120

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

**Choose one from MUHL 4008, 4009, 4010, 4013

Typical 4-Year Music History Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP (small ensemble) 1 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUID 1001 1    
       
Semester Totals 15hrs   14 hrs

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2201 or 2202 3 MATH* 3
History* 3 MUAP 2108 1
MUTC 2008 3 History* 3
MUTC 2010 1 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUTC 3008 3
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUTC 3009 1
MUAP 2107 1 MUAP (applied music) 2
Foreign Language 3 Foreign Language 3
       
Semester Totals 17 hrs   17 hrs

Junior Year

Natural Science* 4 Natural Sciences* 4
MUHL 3301 3 Concentration elective 3
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUHL 3302 3
MUSE 3700 2 Concentration elective 2
MUAP (ensemble) 1 MUAP (ensemble) 1
COMM 2381 3 MUHL elective*** 3
       
Semester Totals 15 hrs   16 hrs

Senior Year

Concentration Elective 2 MUHL 4999 3
MUHL elective 3 MUHL elective*** 3
MUHL elective 3 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUHL 4259 3 Concentration elective 2
MUAP (ensemble) 1 Concentration elective 2
    MUTC elective 3
       
Semester Totals 12 hrs   14 hrs
Total Hours: 120

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 120

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

**Choose one from MUTC 3101, 3201, 3202, 4205, 4206, 4207

***Choose one from MUHL 4008, 4009, 4010, 4013

Typical 4-Year Music Education (Instrumental) Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
MATH* 3 MUSE 2002 2
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP large ensemble 1 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
MUID 1001 1 EDPR 2111 3
MUSE 1104 1 MUSE 1103 1
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   17 hrs

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2201 or 2202 3 PSYC 1030 3
SPED 2000 3 MUSE 3700 2
MUTC 2008 3 MUSE 1101 1
MUTC 2010 1 MUTC 3008 3
MUAP  2107 1 MUTC 3009 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUSE 1116 1 Natural Science* 4
COMM 2381 3    
       
Semester Totals 18 hrs   17 hrs

Junior Year

MUSE 4213 3 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
History* 3 MUSE 4403 3
MUHL 3301 3 ICL 3333 3
MUSE 4700 2 MUHL 3302 3
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUSE 4205 1 MUAP 3999 1
MUAP (ensemble) 1    
       
Semester Totals 16 hrs   16 hrs

Senior Year

ICL 4914 5 ICL 4800 3
History* 3 MUSE 4911 9
Natural Science* 4    
MUAP (large ensemble) 1    
       
Semester Totals 13 hrs   12 hrs

Total Hours: 125

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 125

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

Typical 4-Year Music Education (Choral) Concentration Sequence

Freshman Year

ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3
MATH* 3 MUSE 2002 2
MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3
MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1
MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (large ensemble) 1
MUID 1001 1 EDPR 2111 3
       
Semester Totals 15 hrs   16 hrs

Sophomore Year

ENGL 2201/2202 3 Natural Science* 4
MUTC 2008 3 PSYC 1030 3
COMM 2381 3 MUTC 3008 3
MUTC 2010 1 MUTC 3009 1
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP 2108 1
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUAP 2107 1 MUAP (applied music) 2
SPED 2000 3 MUSE 3700 2
       
Semester Totals 17 hrs   17 hrs

Junior Year

MUSE 4213 3 Social/Behavioral Sciences* 3
History* 3 ICL 3333 3
MUHL 3301 3 MUSE 4405 3
MUSE 4701 2 MUHL 3302 3
MUAP (applied music) 2 MUAP (applied music) 2
MUAP (small ensemble) 1 MUAP (ensemble) 1
MUAP (large ensemble) 1 MUSE 4523 1
MUSE 4211 2 MUAP 3999 1
       
Semester Totals 17 hrs   17 hrs

Senior Year

ICL 4914 5 ICL 4800 3
History* 3 MUSE 4911 9
Natural Science* 4    
MUAP (large ensemble) 1    
         
Semester Totals 13 hrs   12 hrs
Total Hours: 124

Total Hours Required for Graduation: 124

*Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement

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