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School of Music

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Baccalaureate Degrees

Academic Courses of Study

Academic Status

Music Course Descriptions

Music Theory, Sight-Singing, and Composition Courses

Music History and Literature Courses

Music Education Courses

Jazz Studies Courses

Additional Music Courses

Courses for the Non-Music Major

Performance Courses

Voice

Keyboard

Strings

Woodwinds

Brasses

Percussion

Performance -- Secondary Instrument Classes

Ensembles

Curriculum Outlines

Bachelor of Music in Music Education

Bachelor of Music in Performance and Music Education

Bachelor of Music in Performance

Bachelor of Music in Performance -- Collaborative Emphasis

Bachelor of Music in Sound Recording Technology

Bachelor of Music in Combination with an Outside Field

Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies

Bachelor of Music in Music Theory

Bachelor of Music in Composition

Bachelor of Arts in Music

Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs

Secondary Instrument Study Plans

Division of Interdisciplinary and International Studies

Division of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Student Information

Student Aid

Academic Information

Faculty and Administration

Index

Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Music Course Descriptions

Numbering System

The first digit designates the School of Music; the second and third digits designate the course area.

551

Music theory, sight-singing, and composition; music history and literature

552

Music education

553

Jazz studies

554

Additional music courses

555

Courses for the non-music major

556

Performance -- major instrument

557

Performance -- secondary instrument

558

Ensembles

559

Performance -- nonmajor

The next three digits designate the specific course. The first of these digits represents the year in school (1 through 4) during which a student normally takes this course. Ensembles may be repeated for credit. The third digit is odd or even depending on whether the course is normally offered during the first or second semester, respectively.

Level-5 courses

Courses at level 5 are graduate courses for which qualified seniors may enroll under certain circumstances. Seniors may take level-5 courses for either graduate or undergraduate credit provided they: (1) have completed 90 or more hours in an undergraduate degree program; (2) have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher; and (3) secure the approval of the instructor, undergraduate adviser, graduate chair, dean of the school, and dean of graduate studies. Such courses taken for graduate credit cannot be applied toward an undergraduate degree; those taken for undergraduate credit cannot be applied toward a master's degree.

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