Applied Music

The Department offers music instruction to students on various levels: to the major; to the advanced student who desires elective credit; and to the beginner or intermediate student who is learning elementary skills.  Students majoring in Music are required to demonstrate proficiency in piano.  They are also assigned to an instructor for one private lesson weekly in any instrument of their choice and are required to participate in recitals for this instrument.

Major study is offered in the following instruments:

 

Piano  041-142, 141‑142, 241‑242, 341‑342, 441‑442 
Voice 043-044, 143‑144, 243‑244, 343‑344, 443‑444
Violin 045-046, 145‑146, 245‑246, 345‑346, 445‑446
Organ 047-048, 147‑148, 247‑248, 347‑348, 447‑448           
Harp 049-050, 149‑150, 249‑250, 349‑350, 449‑450
Other Orchestral Instruments   057-058, 157‑158, 257‑258, 357‑358, 457‑458
Guitar 071-072,171‑172, 271‑272, 371‑372, 471‑472
Carinet 063-064-163-164-263-264-463-464
Flute 073-074-173-174-273-274-373-374-473-474
Trumpet 057-058-157-158-257-258-357-358-457-458
Saxophone 065-066-165-166-265-266-365-366-465-466
Percussion 069-070-169-170-269-270-370-469-470

String Bass

081-082-181-281-282-381-382-481-482

 

  • Credit is not offered for Applied Music courses below the 100 level; all other courses earn credit (.5 academic or 1 non-academic credit)
  • Students may register for Applied Music opportunities beyond the credit hours (15-17) permitted for a semester
  • There is a $50 instrument rental fee for Music Education Methods courses
  • Please note that there is an additional fee of $415 per semester for non-music majors taking MUSL-Music Lesson courses.