Bachelor of Arts - Music
The Music major requires a minimum of 120 total hours to graduate. This total includes Liberal Arts Core requirements and the following specified major requirements, plus electives to complete the minimum of 120 hours. Liberal Arts Core courses included in major program requirements are distinguished by italics.
B.A. Music majors are not permitted to declare a double major within the School of Music.
We offer six B.A. tracks including: General Studies, Jazz Studies, Performing Arts Management, Music Technology, Music History and String Pedagogy.
For detailed descriptions of these tracks, please view the informational brochure here: https://music.uni.edu/sites/default/files/docs/bachelorofarts.pdf
For more information on these tracks, contact:
* General Studies - Melinda Boyd
* Jazz Studies - Christopher Merz
* Performing Arts Managment - Steve Carignan
* Music Technology - Jeffrey Funderburk
* Music History - Melinda Boyd
* String Pedagogy - Julia Bullard
Plan of Study
Notes on the plan of study for B.A. music:
* Piano proficiency credit hours appear in the plan of study as zero (0). If a student passes the piano proficiency examination the total credit hours per semester would be zero, so these courses are not included in final degree totals. If the proficiency is not passed, add one (1) credit hour per semester for the required piano course.
** MUS HIS 1020 may substitute for the Fine Arts requirements for all music majors, 3 hours in the Liberal Arts Core, Category 3A.
*** 2 credit hours of 3000-level applied courses are required.
For a complete updated listing of courses for each of the B.A. tracks, please click here and scroll to the appropriate B.A. track.