Bachelor of Music -- Applied Instrumental
The BM--Applied Music degree is a 122 semester credit program designed for performance-oriented students whose abilities and desires will lead to careers as concert artists, orchestral musicians, or private studio instructors. It also prepares students for entrance into graduate level performance programs. The program focuses on preparation for public performance, it emphasizes mastery of technique and a high level of musical maturity, and culminates in a public solo recital. Applicants to the BM-Applied Music degree must demonstrate through the admission audition an ability for technical and musical achievement in their chosen performing medium. Concentrations are offered in three areas: piano, voice and instrumental (flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, tuba, percussion, violin, viola, cello, string bass, or harp).
Degree Outline - Bachelor of Music, Applied Instrumental
This outline is to be used as a guide; refer to the student degree audit and the University catalogue for official degree requirements.