Undergraduate Program

Degrees Offered

  • Bachelor of Arts in Music (B.A.)

  • Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
    Concentrations: Jazz Studies; Performance; String Pedagogy; Theory and Composition.

  • Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.E.)
    Concentrations: Instrumental; Vocal.

Introduction

The University of New Mexico is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Requirements for entrance and graduation as set forth in this Catalog are in accordance with published regulations of NASM.

In addition to the admission requirements stated under the College of Fine Arts section of this Catalog, music students must also have approval for an emphasis in an instrument or voice for the degrees Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Education, and must also have been accepted into a studio for instruction in the principal instrument or voice. 

Degree plans are described below. In addition to stated course requirements, students must satisfy general College of Fine Arts and University requirements for graduation.


Major Study Requirements

A grade of C or better (not C-) is required in all courses used to fulfill degree requirements for the Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts in Music, Bachelor of Music Education, Music minor and Music Education minor. This requirement does not apply to courses offered exclusively on a CR/NC basis.

Students who enroll in any one of these programs should read the paragraph in the College of Fine Arts section of this Catalog under "Scholastic Standards," which permits the faculty to exclude from a program any student whose grade point average in his or her major field falls substantially below 3.00. Furthermore, the faculty reserves the right to disqualify from further enrollment or participation in departmental programs:

  1. students who fail to demonstrate reasonable progress in their professional development in music,
  2. students whose conduct reveals a persistent inability to work effectively with others or an unwillingness to adhere to generally recognized standards of professional behavior, or
  3. students who do not consult their assigned advisor prior to registering each semester.

Specific departmental requirements relating to recitals, special examinations, auditions and similar matters are described in the Department of Music Undergraduate Handbook, available online at the Music department Web site.

All transfer students are given a theory, ear-training and sight-singing proficiency examination for the purpose of determining competency in these areas. If test results reveal deficiencies, transfer students are required to remove such by enrolling in and successfully completing one or more semesters of the theory curriculum.


Bachelor of Arts in Music

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a major in Music is designed for the study of music within a liberal arts curriculum. For the student who is not seeking a professional music degree but who desires a solid foundation in the study of music, the areas of musicianship, performance and history provide the core of courses toward a basic intellectual grasp of the art. Students who additionally seek to major in other areas (double major) or to take a large number of courses in a pre-professional program (pre-law, pre-medical, etc.) are encouraged to enroll in the B.A. in Music. The B.A. in Music cannot be used as a major in combination with the Bachelor of Music. The B.A. in Music is permitted as a major in combination with the Bachelor of Music Education.

    Credit
Hours
1. Courses outside the major:  
  a. 40 credit hours selected from courses offered by the departments of the College of Arts and Sciences, including Core Curriculum requirements (see Fine Arts Graduation Requirements 6). Specific requirements include ENGL 220.  
  b. 6 credit hours selected from Fine Arts outside the major, including 3 credit hours chosen from ARTH 101, 201, 202; DANC 105; MA 210; THEA 105 or one 3-credit studio course offered by the Departments of Art and Art History, Theatre and Dance or Media Arts.  
  c. 20 additional credit hours selected from courses offered by any college, including Fine Arts, but not including courses in Music or Music Education.  
    Subtotal 66
2.   Courses within the major:  
  a. six semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 16 credit hours in music theory: 150, 150L, 152, 152L, 250, 250L, 252, 252L  
  c. 6 credit hours in music history: 361 and 362  
  d. 4 credit hours in ensemble (See Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  e. 4 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument or voice  
  f. 18 credit hours of music electives (not including courses for non-majors) selected with advisement of appropriate music faculty. No more than an additional 4 credit hours of ensemble credit nor an additional 12 credit hours of applied music can be applied toward the degree.  
    Subtotal 48
3.   Additional courses in any field, including music (but not including courses for non-majors), selected with advisement of appropriate faculty, 14 credit hours.   
    Subtotal 14
    Total 128

Bachelor of Music

  • Concentrations: Jazz Studies; Performance; String Pedagogy; Theory and Composition.

The concentrations listed below are available in the curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Music (B.M.) degree and comprising a total of 128 credit hours (134 credit hours for the Performance concentration with a Vocal emphasis). 

Concentration in Jazz Studies is a pre-professional program for the student whose intent is to pursue a career as a music performer in jazz and commercial styles of music. Students enrolled in this program are expected to attain a high standard of performance on their instrument, including the development of skills in jazz improvisation. This degree also prepares the student for success at the graduate level of study in the area of jazz.

Concentration in Performance is a pre-professional program for the student whose intent is to pursue a career as a music performer. Admission is by audition, either by tape or in person, for the appropriate faculty. Students are expected to reach the highest possible standard of performance on their chosen instrument or voice. Preparation is geared toward enabling the student to pursue further study at the graduate level, if that is his or her desire.

Concentration in String Pedagogy prepares string players who wish to become proficient studio teachers, and string players seeking Suzuki Association of the Americas Long Term Training.

Concentration in Theory and Composition prepares students for graduate work in composition or music theory. The program features class and individual instruction in compositional topics and an extensive list of both required and elective courses in music theory. The theory courses prepare students to write, hear, analyze, theorize, and receive critiques on their work about music from the sixteenth century to the present.

All students in any program leading to the Bachelor of Music degree must complete the following curriculum:

    Credit
Hours 
1.   Core Curriculum 37
    All students pursuing the Bachelor of Music degree must fulfill the College of Fine Arts requirements detailed under Graduation Requirements. Section 6 lists the core curriculum, including specific course requirements. Exceptions and restrictions applying to the Bachelor of Music are as follows:  
  a. All Bachelor of Music majors must complete ENGL 220 Expository Writing as part of the requirements listed under Writing and Speaking. Courses chosen to fulfill the Fine Arts requirement must be selected from courses outside Music, Applied Music or Music Education.  
  b. Students pursuing the String Pedagogy concentration must complete PSY 105 General Psychology as part of the requirements under Social and Behavioral Sciences.  
  c. Students pursuing the Vocal Emphasis in the Performance Concentration must complete 3 credit hours of either German, Italian or French to fulfill the Second Language requirement.  
    Subtotal 37
2.   Concentration curriculum as follows: 91-97
A.   Performance Concentration  
  a. six semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 22 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument, including APMS 391 Junior Recital and APMS 491 Senior Recital  
  c. 20 credit hours in music theory, including 150, 150L, 152, 152L, 250, 250L, 252, 252L, 453 and 2 credit hours chosen from 309, 405, 406, 325 or 439  
  d. 9 credit hours in music history, including 361, 362 and 3 credit hours chosen from 413, 414, 415, 416 or 437  
  e. 2 credit hours in conducting (363)  
  f. 8 credit hours in ensemble (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  g. 2 credit hours in technology, chosen from 311, 380, 412, 421, or 481  
  h. 3 credit hours selected from any courses listed under Contemporary World Music, or MUSE 293  
  i. 3 hours of electives, chosen from courses in the College of Fine Arts, and not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
  j. additional credit hours as follows:  
 ◊   Keyboard Emphasis with piano as principal instrument:  
   • 4 additional credit hours in music theory, including 406 and 2 credit hours chosen from 309, 325, 405 or 439  
   • 4 credit hours of MUS 449 Music Repertory in piano  
   • 2 credit hours of keyboard pedagogy, chosen from 388 or 389  
   • 8 credit hours of music electives  
   • 4 credit hours of electives, not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
 ◊   Keyboard Emphasis with organ or harpsichord as principal instrument:  
   • 4 additional credit hours in music theory, including 406 and 2 credit hours chosen from 309, 325, 405 or 439  
   • 2 credit hours of MUS 449 Music Repertory in the appropriate instrument  
   • 2 hours of keyboard pedagogy, chosen from 388 or 389  
   • 8 credit hours of music electives  
   • 6 credit hours of electives, not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
 ◊   Instrumental Emphasis:  
   • 2 additional credit hours in music theory chosen from 309, 325, 405, 406 or 439  
   • 4 credit hours of Group Piano (if the proficiency is satisfied, music electives may be substituted)  
MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
   • 2 additional credit hours in ensemble (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
   • 8 credit hours of music electives  
   • 6 credit hours of electives, not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
 ◊   Vocal Emphasis:  
   • 2 credit hours of vocal repertory (449)  
   • 2 credit hours of vocal pedagogy (388)  
   • 4 credit hours of Diction for Singers (209 and 210)  
   • 4 credit hours of Opera Studio  
   • 4 credit hours of Group Piano (if the proficiency is satisfied, music electives may be substituted)  
MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
   • 12 credit hours in foreign language (these 12 credit hours and the 3 credit hours listed above under Core Curriculum must be selected from Italian, French and German and must include at least 3 credit hours in each of these languages)  
    Subtotal for Instrumental or Keyboard Emphasis 91
    Subtotal for Vocal Emphasis 97
    Total for Instrumental or Keyboard Emphasis 128
    Total for Vocal Emphasis 134
B.   Theory and Composition Concentration  
  a. six semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 5 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument  
  c. 23 credit hours in music theory, including 150, 150L, 152, 152L 250, 250L, 252, 252L, either 405 or 406, 309, and 325  
  d. 12 credit hours in composition, including 254, 305, 306, 453, 4 credit hours of Applied Music in Composition (APMS 319 and 320), and APMS 491 Senior Recital with a grade of CR  
  e. 12 credit hours in music history, including 361, 362, 416 and 3 credit hours chosen from 413, 414, 415 or 437  
  f. 4 credit hours in conducting, including 363 and 365  
  g. 6 credit hours in ensemble (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  h. 4 credit hours in technology, including 311 and 412  
  i. 3 credit hours selected from any courses listed under Contemporary World Music, or MUSE 293  
j. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
  k. 5 credit hours of electives in Music (Applied Music or Music Education)  
  l. 6 credit hours of electives, including 3 credit hours in the College of Fine Arts, and not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
  m. 11 hours of electives in the focus area (composition, theory or technology) to be selected from the following courses:  
up to 3 additional credit hours of Applied Music in Composition (APMS 419, 420); 380 Recording Techniques I; 2 additional credit hours of Counterpoint (405 or 406); 407 Selected Topics in Music Composition; 421 Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians; up to 6 credit hours of 439 Selected Topics in Music Theory; 481 Recording Techniques II; IFDM 491 Topics in Film and Digital Media  
    Subtotal 91
    Total 128
C.   String Pedagogy Concentration  
  a. six semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 26 credit hours of string pedagogy, including 4 credit hours of 170, 2 credit hours of 170L, 4 credit hours of 270, 2 credit hours of 270L, 4 credit hours of 370, 2 credit hours of 370L, 4 credit hours of 470, 2 credit hours of 470L, and 2 credit hours of 472  
  c. 16 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument  
  d. 18 credit hours in music theory, including 150, 150L, 152, 152L, 250, 250L, 252, 252L and 453  
  e. 6 credit hours in music history, including 361 and 362  
  f. 9 credit hours in ensemble (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  g. 2 credit hours of MUSE 155 (Strings)  
  h. 2 credit hours in conducting (363)  
i. 2 credit hours in technology, chosen from 311, 380, 412, 421, or 481
  j. 3 credit hours selected from any courses listed under Contemporary World Music, or MUSE 293  
  k. 4 hours of Group Piano (if the proficiency is satisfied, music electives may be substituted)  
l. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
  m. 3 credit hours of electives chosen from courses in the College of Fine Arts, and not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
    Subtotal 91
    Total 128
D.    Jazz Studies Concentration  
  a. six semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 16 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument, including APMS 391 Junior Recital and APMS 491 Senior Recital  
  c. 20 credit hours in music theory, including 150, 150L, 152, 152L, 250, 250L, 252, 252L and 4 credit hours chosen from 309, 325, 405, 406 439 or 453  
  d. 9 credit hours in music history, including 172, 361 and 362  
  e. 4 credit hours in major ensemble (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  f. 10 hours in jazz ensemble, including 4 credit hours of 231 in Jazz Combo and 6 credit hours of 234  
  g. 11 credit hours in jazz studies, including 236, 237, 238, 336, 337, 338 and 343  
  h. 1 hour of MUSE 317  
  i. 4 credit hours of Group Piano (if proficiency is satisfied, music electives may be substituted)  
j. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
  k. 2 credit hours in technology, chosen from 311, 380, 412, 421 or 481  
  l. 3 credit hours selected from any courses listed under Contemporary World Music, or MUSE 293  
  m. 11 credit hours of electives, including 3 credit hours in the College of Fine Arts, and not including courses in Music, Applied Music or Music Education  
    Subtotal 91
    Total 128

Bachelor of Music Education

  • Concentrations: Instrumental; Vocal.

Students completing the requirements and curriculum stated below receive the Bachelor of Music Education (B.M.E.) degree and are eligible to apply for Level 1 Licensure in Music, K–12, in the State of New Mexico.

Official acceptance to the degree program is granted upon admission to the College of Fine Arts as a Music Education Major (see College of Fine Arts Admission). Satisfactory completion of MUSE 194 Introduction to Music Education and MUSE 195 Introductory Teaching Practicum is necessary for official acceptance to the Music Education degree program. Students may be eligible for acceptance upon completion of two semesters; early application is advised. Students seeking only endorsement for music teacher certification must be admitted to a Teacher Education Program (see Admission to College of Education Programs). Students pursuing teacher licensure are considered de facto Music Education majors, even though their enrollment status may be non-degree, and are required to complete all Music and Music Education course work required for the B.M.E. if this course work does not appear on their transcripts

Students have a period of one year to remove any deficiencies revealed during the admission process. Students already enrolled at the University of New Mexico are not eligible to transfer to the College of Fine Arts or to take 300- and 400-level professional courses until this admission process is completed. Exception is made for students with earned baccalaureate degrees upon recommendation of the department and for students transferring from other institutions. Transfer students may be enrolled in the College of Fine Arts on a provisional basis for a maximum of two semesters, during which time they must complete the admission process.

All transfer students are given a theory, ear-training and sight-singing proficiency examination for the purpose of determining competency in these areas. If test results reveal deficiencies, transfer students are required to remove such by enrolling and successfully completing one or more semesters of the theory curriculum.

Students must pass the Music Education Advisory Review (MEAR) before enrolling in 300-level music education courses. The purpose of the MEAR is to assess the music education candidate’s suitability for a music teaching career. Candidates appear for an interview with music education faculty that includes evaluations of musicianship, communication skills, and personal dispositions. Prerequisites for the MEAR are 1) admission to the College of Fine Arts and 2) successful completion (grade of C or better) of MUSE 194, MUSE 195, MUS 150, and MUS 150L. For complete details, consult an advisor.

The faculty reserves the right to disqualify from further enrollment or participation in the music education program:

  1. students who fail to demonstrate reasonable progress in their professional development in music,
    –or–
  2. students whose conduct reveals a persistent inability to work effectively with others or an unwillingness to adhere to generally recognized standards of professional behavior,
    –or–
  3. students who do not consult their assigned advisor prior to registering each semester.

Level 1 Licensure in Music, K–12, in New Mexico allows one to teach any music class at any level of instruction. Where two or more music educators are employed by a single school district, however, a division of responsibilities between instrumental music and vocal/general music commonly exists. The Department of Music, therefore, offers two planned programs in music education, an Instrumental concentration and a Vocal concentration.

Refer to the College of Fine Arts Graduation Requirements for the core curriculum guidelines. CJ 220 Communication for Teachers and PSY 220 Developmental Psychology are accepted to meet core curriculum.

Prior to student teaching, students must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Admittance to the College of Fine Arts.
  • Completion of all prerequisite courses for student teaching. Consult an advisor for further information.
  • A 2.50 GPA in music and music education courses and a 2.0 GPA overall.
  • Satisfactory completion of the piano proficiency examination. Consult the Department of Music Undergraduate Student Handbook for further information.
  • Satisfactory completion of the Music Education Advisory Review (MEAR).
  • Application for admission to a Teacher Education Program in the College of Education. This process includes passing two parts of the New Mexico Teacher Assessment Tests: Basic Skills and General Knowledge, and a screening interview with the Music Education Committee. It is suggested that students initiate this process at least one year before the beginning of the semester in which student teaching is planned to begin. Consult the assigned advisor for details.
  • Other requirements, including evidence of liability insurance and evidence of a completed tuberculosis skin test or chest X-ray. Consult an advisor for additional information.

The required recital is normally be given during the last semester in residence.

Instrumental Concentration

Includes emphases in strings, winds, percussion, piano or guitar.

    Credit
Hours
1.   General Education  
  a. 12 credit hours of English, including 3 credit hours of English literature elective and the following courses:  
    ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition (or ENGL 112 Composition II; or ENGL 113 Enhanced Composition)  
    ENGL 120 Composition III  
    and one of the following:  
    CJ 130 Public Speaking  
    CJ 220 Communication for Teachers  
  b. 6 credit hours of electives in mathematics, to be selected from the list of courses under College of Fine Arts Graduation Requirements and from MATH 111 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers I. Note: MATH 101, 102, and 103 cannot fulfill this requirement.  
  c. 12 credit hours in science, including PHYC 108 Introduction to Musical Acoustics, PHYC 108L Musical Acoustics Laboratory and 8 credit hours of electives to be selected from the list of courses in Physical and Natural Sciences under College of Fine Arts Graduation Requirements.  
  d. 6 credit hours in Social and Behavioral Sciences, including PSY 105 General Psychology and PSY 220 Developmental Psychology.  
  e. 12 credit hours in general history, including:  
    HIST 101 Western Civilization to 1648  
    HIST 102 Western Civilization Post 1648  
    HIST 161 History of the United States to 1877  
    HIST 162 History of the United States Since 1877  
  f. 6 credit hours of electives in Fine Arts, to be selected from Art History, Art Studio, Theatre, Dance or Media Arts.  
  g. 3 credit hours in foreign language (see CFA Graduation Requirements)  
  h. 2 credit hours of electives in any area, including music (for strings emphasis only)  
    Subtotal for Strings Emphasis 59
    Subtotal for Winds, Percussion, Piano or Guitar Emphasis 57
2.    Teaching Field: Music  
  a. four semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 8 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument, including APMS 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 and 491  
  c. 18 credit hours in music theory, including 150, 150L, 152, 152L, 250, 250L, 252, 252L and 453  
  d. 6 credit hours in music history (MUS 361 and 362)  
  e. 2 credit hours in conducting (MUSE 363)  
  f. 1 credit hour in improvisation (MUS 236)  
  g. 3 credit hours selected from any courses listed under Contemporary World Music, or MUSE 293  
h. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
  i. 2 credit hours vocal study, including 1 credit hour in either MUS 109 or APMS 119 (Voice) and 1 credit hour of either MUS 143 or MUS 242 or MUSE 243.  
    Subtotal 40
3.   Professional Education: Music Education  
  a. 8 credit hours in ensemble (See Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  b. 8 credit hours MUSE 155 Orchestral Instruments as follows:  
Brass 2
Strings 2
Clarinet/Flute/Saxophone 2
Double Reeds 1
Percussion 1
  c. 14 to 17 credit hours in music education methods, including:  
    MUSE 195 Introductory Teaching Practicum 1
    MUSE 215 Instrumental Lab (2 semesters with a grade of CR)  
     MUSE 315 Instrumental Music Methods 3
    MUSE 317 Jazz Methods (not required for strings emphasis) 1
    MUSE 441 Marching Band Methods (not required for strings emphasis) 2
    MUSE 346 Teaching Music in the Elementary School 3
    MUSE 415 Instrumental Repertory 1
    MUSE 446 Secondary School Music 3
    MUSE 455 Teaching Reading in the Music Classroom 3
  d. 4 credit hours in foundations, including:  
    MUSE 194 Introduction to Music Education 1
    MUSE 457 Foundations of Musical Behavior 3
  e. 6 credit hours in student teaching, including:  
    MUSE 400 Student Teaching in the Elementary School (with a grade of B or higher) 3
    MUSE 461 Student Teaching in the Secondary School (with a grade of B or higher) 3
    Subtotal for Strings Emphasis 40
    Subtotal for Winds, Percussion, Piano or Guitar Emphasis 43
    Total for Strings Emphasis 139
    Total for Winds, Percussion, Piano or Guitar Emphasis 140


Vocal Concentration

Includes emphases in piano, voice or guitar.

    Credit
Hours
1.   General Education  
  a. 12 credit hours of English, including 3 credit hours of English literature elective and the following courses:  
    ENGL 110 Accelerated Composition (or ENGL 112 Composition II; or ENGL 113 Enhanced Composition)  
    ENGL 120 Composition III  
    and one of the following:  
    CJ 130 Public Speaking  
    CJ 220 Communication for Teachers  
  b. 6 credit hours of electives in mathematics, to be selected from the list of courses under College of Fine Arts Graduation Requirements and from MATH 111 Mathematics for Elementary and Middle School Teachers I. Note: MATH 101, 102 and 103 cannot fulfill this requirement.  
  c. 12 credit hours in science, including PHYC 108 Introduction to Musical Acoustics, PHYC 108L Musical Acoustics Laboratory and 8 credit hours of electives, to be selected from the list of courses in Physical and Natural Sciences under College of Fine Arts Graduation Requirements.  
  d. 6 credit hours in Social and Behavioral Sciences, including PSY 105 General Psychology and PSY 220 Developmental Psychology.  
  e. 12 credit hours in general history, including:  
    HIST 101 Western Civilization to 1648  
    HIST 102 Western Civilization Post 1648  
    HIST 161 History of the United States to 1877  
    HIST 162 History of the United States since 1877  
  f. 6 credit hours of electives in Fine Arts, to be selected from Art History, Art Studio, Theatre, Dance or Media Arts.  
  g. 3 credit hours in foreign language (see CFA Graduation Requirements)  
    Subtotal 57
2.   Teaching Field: Music  
a. four semesters of MUS 101 Concert Music with a grade of CR  
  b. 8 credit hours of applied music in the principal instrument (voice, piano or guitar), including APMS 119, 120, 219, 220, 319, 320, 419, 420 and 491  
  c. 18 credit hours in music theory, including MUS 150, 150L, 152, 152L, 250, 250L, 252, 252L and 453  
  d. 6 credit hours in music history (MUS 361 and 362)  
  e. 2 credit hours in conducting (MUSE 363)  
  f. 1 credit hour in improvisation (MUS 236)  
  g. 3 credit hours selected from any course listed under Contemporary World Music, or MUSE 293  
  h. 2 to 4 credit hours in applied music in secondary instruments, as follows:  
   • Piano Emphasis: 2 credit hours of 119 and 120 in voice  
   • Voice Emphasis: 2 credit hours of 119 and 120 in piano  
   • Guitar Emphasis: 2 credit hours of 119 and 120 in voice and 2 hours of 119 and 120 in piano  
i. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
  j. 4 credit hours of Diction for Singers (MUS 209 and 210)  
    Subtotal for Piano or Voice Emphasis 44
    Subtotal for Guitar Emphasis 46
3.   Professional Education: Music Education  
  a. 8 credit hours in ensemble, specifically either MUSE 242 Dolce Suono or MUSE 243 Concert Choir (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
  b. 4 to 5 credit hours in MUSE 155 Orchestral Instruments, as follows:
   • Piano and Voice Emphasis: 5 credit hours, including guitar and four selected from brass, woodwinds or strings  
   • Guitar Emphasis: 4 credit hours, selected from brass, woodwinds or strings  
  c. 16 credit hours in music education methods, including:  
    MUSE 195 Introductory Teaching Practicum 1
    MUSE 213 Choral Lab (2 semesters with a grade of CR)  
    MUSE 313 Choral Music Methods 3
    MUSE 346 Teaching Music in the Elementary Schools 3
    MUS 388 Music Pedagogy (in vocal pedagogy) 2
    MUS 347 Introduction to Early Childhood Music Education 1
    MUSE 446 Secondary School Music 3
    MUSE 455 Teaching Reading in the Music Classroom 3
  d. 4 credit hours in foundations, including:  
    MUSE 194 Introduction to Music Education 1
    MUSE 457 Foundations of Musical Behavior 3
  e. 6 credit hours in student teaching, including:  
    MUSE 400 Student Teaching in the Elementary School (with grade of B or higher) 3
    MUSE 461 Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools (with grade of B or higher) 3
    Subtotal for Piano or Voice Emphasis 39
    Subtotal for Guitar Emphasis 38
    Total for Piano or Voice Emphasis 140
    Total for Guitar Emphasis 141

Minor Study

Minor in Music

The minor in Music cannot be used in combination with the Bachelor of Music, the Bachelor of Arts in Music or the Bachelor of Music Education. Students seeking a minor in music must complete the following curriculum:

Credit
Hours
a. 8 credit hours in music theory, including 150, 150L, 152, and 152L  
b. 3 credit hours selected from 139, 141, 142, 172 or 271  
c. 3 hours selected from 371, 375, 376, MUSE 293 or any courses listed under Contemporary World Music  
d. 4 semesters of applied instruction in the principal instrument, including APMS 107, 108, 207, and 208  
e. 2 credit hours electives in music  
  Total 20

Minor in Music Education

This program is open to College of Fine Arts students in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts in Music degree programs, and to College of Education students seeking a music endorsement. Students electing this program must pass the piano proficiency examination (consult the Department of Music Undergraduate Student Handbook for details) and complete the following curriculum:

  Credit
Hours
  Non-music majors:  
a. 4 credit hours in music theory (MUS 150, 150L)  
b. 2 hours in applied music (APMS 107 and 108)  
c. 2 hours in ensemble (must be taken concurrently with applied music) (see Ensemble Requirements for specific requirements)  
d. 7 hours in music education (MUSE 194, 346, 457)  
e. 3 hours in music history (MUS 371)  
f. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
g. 3 hours free electives in music education  
h. 3 hours free electives in music or music education  
  Total 24
  Music Majors (Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Arts in Music)  
a. 1 hour MUS 236 Introduction to Improvisation  
b. 4 hours in MUSE 155 Orchestral Instruments  
c. 10 hours in music education (446, 194, 346, 457)  
d. 3 hours in either MUSE 313 Choral Music Methods or MUSE 315 Instrumental Music Methods  
e. MUS 214 Piano Proficiency with a grade of CR
f. 3 hours free electives in music education  
g. 3 hours free electives in music or music education  
  Total 24

Ensemble Requirements

Ensemble performance is a vital part of every music student’s experience. All undergraduate music majors (except those pursuing the Bachelor of Music Theory and Composition Concentration, the Bachelor of Music Performance Concentration Keyboard Emphasis and the Bachelor of Music Performance Concentration Instrumental Emphasis in guitar) participate in a major ensemble each semester of their residence, beginning with their first semester of matriculation, until the minimum requirements listed below are fulfilled. Transfer students are credited with a maximum of one semester of ensemble participation at the University of New Mexico for each semester they participated in a major ensemble at their former institution(s). No more than four such semesters may be counted.

No student may enroll in more than three ensembles per semester while in residence without approval of the department chairperson. Students pursuing the Bachelor of Music Performance Concentration Vocal Emphasis are normally allowed to participate in only one choral ensemble each semester of residence. Participation in other choral ensembles must be approved by the student’s applied voice instructor.

Course numbers of ensembles are found in the course listings under Music in this Catalog. One credit hour of ensemble represents from two to six credit hours of rehearsal per week. Ensembles designated as “major ensembles” are the Symphony Orchestra, Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Spirit Marching Band, Concert Choir and Dolce Suono. Las Cantantes (Women’s Chorus) may satisfy a maximum of four semesters of major ensemble credit. With permission of the Director of Choral Activities, University Chorus may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.

Bachelor of Music Ensemble Requirements:

Performance Concentration:

Keyboard Emphasis with organ as the principal instrument: 8 credit hours total

  • Six semesters in an appropriate major ensemble (the appropriate major ensemble for the Keyboard Emphasis in organ is choral ensemble; students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned; no more than four semesters of Las Cantantes may count toward the major ensemble requirement); and
  • Two semesters of accompanying.

Keyboard Emphasis with piano as the principal instrument: 8 credit hours total

  • Two to four semesters in an appropriate major ensemble (the appropriate major ensemble for the Keyboard Emphasis in piano is generally choral ensemble; students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned; no more than four semesters of Las Cantantes may count toward the major choral ensemble requirement); and
  • Four to six semesters in accompanying and/or chamber music. NOTE: As part of their essential experiences, all Keyboard Emphasis piano students above the freshman level are required to do a certain amount of accompanying as determined by the keyboard area faculty.

Instrumental Emphasis with principal instrument other than guitar or keyboard: 10 credit hours total

  • Eight semesters in a major instrumental ensemble (NOTE: String students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble); and
  • Two semesters in chamber music.

Instrumental Emphasis with guitar as the principal instrument: 10 credit hours total

  • Six semesters in an appropriate instrumental ensemble (the appropriate ensemble for the Instrumental Emphasis in guitar is, generally, Guitar Ensemble); and
  • Four semesters in a major choral ensemble (students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned; up to four semesters of Las Cantantes may count toward the major choral ensemble requirement).

Vocal Emphasis: 8 credit hours total

  • Eight semesters in a major choral ensemble (students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned; no more than four semesters of Las Cantantes may count toward the major choral ensemble requirement). See note above regarding the number of ensembles in which a vocal student may participate per semester.

Theory and Composition Concentration: 6 credit hours total

  • Four semesters in any major ensemble.
  • Two semesters of major ensemble or chamber music.

Note: If choir is selected as a major ensemble, students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned; no more than four semesters of Las Cantantes may count toward the major ensemble requirement.

Note: If orchestra is selected as a major ensemble, string students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their major ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.

String Pedagogy Concentration: 9 credit hours total

  • Eight semesters in Symphony Orchestra (NOTE: String students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble); and
  • One semester in chamber music

Jazz Studies Concentration: 4 credit hours total

  • Four semesters in a major ensemble (NOTE: These are in addition to the four credit hours of MUS 231 Chamber Music in Jazz Combo and the six credit hours of MUS 234 Jazz Band that are already required for the degree.
  • String students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble)

Bachelor of Arts in Music Ensemble Requirements

Four semesters in an appropriate major ensemble. For participation in a choral ensemble, students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned. String students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.

Bachelor of Music Education Ensemble Requirements

Eight semesters in a major ensemble as follows:

Instrumental Concentration:

  • Winds and Percussion Emphases: Students must audition for Wind Symphony, Spirit Marching Band or Symphony Orchestra and participate in the ensemble to which they are assigned. Two of the required eight semesters must be in Spirit Marching Band. No more than four semesters of Spirit Marching Band may be counted toward the degree. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.
  • Strings Emphasis: Students must audition for Symphony Orchestra. String students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.
  • Piano and Guitar Emphases: Students must participate in the ensemble appropriate for Winds and Percussion Emphases. Two of the required eight semesters must be in Spirit Marching Band. No more than four semesters of Spirit Marching Band may be counted toward the degree. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, a maximum of four semesters of Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.

Vocal Concentration:

  • Voice Emphasis: Students must audition for MUS 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which they are assigned. No more than four semesters of Las Cantantes may count toward the major choral ensemble requirement.
  • Piano and Guitar Emphases: Students must participate in the ensemble appropriate for Voice Emphasis.

Minor in Music Education Ensemble Requirements

For Non-Music Majors:

  • Two semesters in a major ensemble. If a choral ensemble is desired, the student must audition for MUSE 243 Concert Choir and participate in the choral ensemble to which he or she is assigned. String students must audition for MUS 233 Symphony Orchestra and participate in the orchestral ensemble to which they are assigned. With permission of the Director of Orchestras, Sinfonia may be allowed to satisfy the major ensemble requirement. With permission of the Director of Orchestras and the string area faculty, bassists may fulfill their ensemble requirement in Jazz Ensemble.

Departmental Honors

A student pursuing the Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts in Music, or Bachelor of Music Education may work toward departmental honors provided he or she meets the College of Fine Arts requirements listed under the Departmental Honors heading in the College of Fine Arts section of this Catalog. The requirement for departmental honors is successful completion of six credit hours of MUS 499 Topics. The honors project is beyond normal degree and graduation requirements, and may consist of a written thesis, a theoretical document, an original composition or a special recital. Further information regarding departmental honors in Music can be obtained from the College of Fine Arts Advisement Center, Center for the Arts 1102.


Courses Offered

Courses in Music (MUS) are categorized in content areas. These categories are referenced in the various degree plans offered by the Department of Music. The category for each course appears in parentheses at the end of the course description according to the following legend:

Courses for Non-Majors (NM)
Conducting (C)
Contemporary World Music (WM)
Ensemble (E)
History and Literature (HL)
Interdisciplinary Studies (I)
Jazz Studies (JS)
Pedagogy (P)
Piano (PI)
Problems (no code assigned)
Special Topics (no code assigned)
Technology in Music (T)
Theory and Composition (TC)
Thesis (TH)
Vocal Technique (V)

NOTE: A summary list of MUS courses by content area can be found on the Music Department section of this Catalog.

Course Fees

All courses in Music, Applied Music and Music Education have fees in addition to the per-hour tuition rate. A description of these fees can be found on the Music Department section of this Catalog.

Applied Music Policies

See the Music Department section of this Catalog for information about Applied Music courses.


Courses

APMS 101. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 102. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 107. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 108. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 118. Basic Applied Skills. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 119. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 120. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 201. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 202. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (2 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



APMS 207. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 208. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 219. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 220. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 301. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



APMS 302. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



APMS 307. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 308. Studio Instruction for the Non-Major. (1, no limit Δ)



APMS 319. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 320. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 391. Junior Recital. (0)



APMS 401. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (4 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



APMS 402. Studio Instruction for the Performance Concentration. (4 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



APMS 419. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 420. Studio Instruction for the Non-Performance Concentration. (1 or 2 to a maximum of 16 Δ)



APMS 491. Senior Recital. (0)



APMS 501. Studio Instruction in the Principal Area of Concentration. (2 or 4, no limit Δ)



APMS 502. Studio Instruction in the Principal Area of Concentration. (2 or 4, no limit Δ)



APMS 519. Studio Instruction Outside the Principal Area of Concentration. (1 or 2, no limit Δ)



APMS 520. Studio Instruction Outside the Principal Area of Concentration. (1 or 2, no limit Δ)



APMS 591. Studio Instruction and Graduate Recital. (2 or 4, no limit Δ)



MUS 101. Concert Music. (0, no limit Δ)



MUS 102. Music Theory for the Non-Major. (3)



MUS 104. Group Piano I for Non-Majors . (1)



MUS 105. Group Piano II for Non-Majors. (1)



MUS 109. Group Voice I. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 110. Group Voice II. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 111. Group Piano I. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 112. Group Piano II. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 116. Group Guitar I. (2)



MUS 117. Group Guitar II. (2)



MUS 130. Music Fundamentals. (3)



MUS 139. Music Appreciation. (3)



MUS 141. Popular World Music. (3)



MUS 142. Rock Music Appreciation. (3)



MUS 143. University Chorus. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 150. Music Theory I. (2)



MUS 150L. Music Theory I Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 152. Music Theory II. (2)



MUS 152L. Music Theory II Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 170. String Pedagogy Seminar I. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 170L. String Pedagogy Lab I. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 172. Jazz History. (3)



MUS 209. Diction for Singers I. (2)



MUS 210. Diction for Singers II. (2)



MUS 211. Group Piano III. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 212. Group Piano IV. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 214. Piano Proficiency. (0)



MUS 223. Music in Culture. (3 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



MUS 231. Chamber Music. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 232. Early Music Ensemble. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 233. Symphony Orchestra. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 234. Jazz Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 236. Introduction to Improvisation. (1 to a maximum of 3 Δ)



MUS 237. Jazz Improvisation I. (1)



MUS 238. Jazz Theory/Keyboard. (2)



MUS 239. Spirit Marching Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 240. Symphonic Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 241. Wind Symphony [University Band]. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 242. Dolce Suono. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 243. Concert Choir. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 250. Music Theory III. (2)



MUS 250L. Music Theory III Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 252. Music Theory IV. (2)



MUS 252L. Music Theory IV Aural Lab. (2)



MUS 254. Introduction to Composition in the Western Tradition. (2)



MUS 266. Singing for Actors. (2)



MUS 270. String Pedagogy Seminar II. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 270L. String Pedagogy Lab II. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 271. Music Today. (3)



MUS 293. Topics. (1-3)



MUS 305. Composition I. (2)



MUS 306. Composition II. (2)



MUS 309. Form and Analysis. (2)



MUS 311 / 511. Fundamentals of Music Technology [Computer Applications I]. (2 to 3 [2])



MUS 325 / 525. Post-Tonal Theory. (3)



MUS 330. Opera Studio. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 336. Jazz Improvisation II. (1)



MUS 337. Jazz Improvisation III. (1)



MUS 338. Jazz Arranging. (2)



MUS 343. Selected Topics in Jazz Studies. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 351. Undergraduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUS 361. History of Music I. (3)



MUS 362. History of Music II. (3)



MUS 363. Conducting. (2)



MUS 365. Instrumental Conducting. (2)



MUS 370. String Pedagogy Seminar III. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 370L. String Pedagogy Lab III. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 371. Music History for Non-Majors. (3)



MUS 375. The Beatles' Musical Revolution. (3)



MUS 376. Film Music History. (3)



MUS 380 / 580. Recording Techniques I. (2)



MUS 388 / 588. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 389 / 589. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 395 / 595. Accompanying. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 405 / 505. Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 406 / 506. Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 407 / 507. Selected Topics in Music Composition. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 412 / 512. Fundamentals of Audio Technology [Computer Applications II]. (2-3 [2])



MUS 413 / 513. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. (3)



MUS 414 / 514. Studies in Baroque Music. (3)



MUS 415 / 515. Studies in Classic and Romantic Music. (3)



MUS 416 / 516. Studies in Twentieth-Century Music. (3)



MUS 417 / 517. Native American Music. (3)



MUS 418 / 518. Alaska Native Music and Culture. (3)



MUS 421 / 521. Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians. (3)



MUS 422 / 522. Indigenous World Music. (3)



MUS 435 / 535. Special Topics in Music. (1-3, no limit Δ)



MUS 436 / 536. Selected Topics in Contemporary World Music. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 437 / 537. Selected Topics in Music Literature. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 439 / 539. Selected Topics in Music Theory. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 444 / 544. Anthropology of World Beat. (3)



MUS 448 / 548. The Anthropology of Music and Sound. (3)



MUS 449 / 549. Music Repertory. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 453. Orchestration. (2)



MUS 470. String Pedagogy Seminar IV. (2 to a maximum of 4 Δ)



MUS 470L. String Pedagogy Lab IV. (1 to a maximum of 2 Δ)



MUS 472. String Pedagogy Recital. (2)



MUS 481 / 581. Recording Techniques II. (2)



MUS 487 / 587. Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 499. Senior Thesis. (3-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 505 / 405. Sixteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 506 / 406. Eighteenth-Century Counterpoint. (2)



MUS 507 / 407. Selected Topics in Music Composition. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 511 / 311. Fundamentals of Music Technology [Computer Applications I]. (2-3 [2])



MUS 512 / 412. Fundamentals of Audio Technology [Computer Applications II]. (2-3 [2])



MUS 513 / 413. Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music. (3)



MUS 514 / 414. Studies in Baroque Music. (3)



MUS 515 / 415. Studies in Classic and Romantic Music. (3)



MUS 516 / 416. Studies in Twentieth-Century Music. (3)



MUS 517 / 417. Native American Music. (3)



MUS 518 / 418. Alaska Native Music and Culture. (3)



MUS 521 / 421. Introduction to Max Programming for Musicians. (3)



MUS 522 / 422. Indigenous World Music. (3)



MUS 525 / 325. Post-Tonal Theory. (3)



MUS 527. Theory Pedagogy. (3)



MUS 529. Techniques of Twentieth-Century Composition. (3)



MUS 531. Bibliography and Research. (3)



MUS 535 / 435. Special Topics in Music. (1-3, no limit Δ)



MUS 536 / 436. Selected Topics in Contemporary World Music. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 537 / 437. Selected Topics in Music Literature. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 539 / 439. Selected Topics in Music Theory. (3, no limit Δ)



MUS 544 / 444. Anthropology of World Beat. (3)



MUS 548 / 448. The Anthropology of Music and Sound. (3)



MUS 549 / 449. Music Repertory. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 551. Graduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUS 560. Ensemble Performance. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 561. String Pedagogy I:. (2)



MUS 562. String Pedagogy II:. (2)



MUS 563. String Pedagogy III:. (2)



MUS 564. String Pedagogy IV:. (2)



MUS 566. String Pedagogy Project. (2)



MUS 567. Readings in String Pedagogy. (2)



MUS 571. Conducting Seminar. (2 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUS 572. Advanced Conducting Seminar. (2 to a maximum of 8 Δ)



MUS 580 / 380. Recording Techniques I. (2)



MUS 581 / 481. Recording Techniques II. (2)



MUS 584. Problems in Interdisciplinary Studies. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 587 / 487. Contemporary Interdisciplinary Topics. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



MUS 588 / 388. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 589 / 389. Music Pedagogy. (2, no limit Δ)



MUS 595 / 395. Accompanying. (1, no limit Δ)



MUS 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



MUSE 155. Orchestral Instruments. (1-2 to a maximum of 9 Δ)



MUSE 194. Introduction to Music Education. (1)



MUSE 195. Introductory Teaching Practicum. (1)



MUSE 213. Choral Lab. (0, no limit Δ)



MUSE 215. Instrumental Lab. (0, no limit Δ)



MUSE 233. Symphony Orchestra. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 239. Spirit Marching Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 240. Symphonic Band. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 241. Wind Symphony [University Band]. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 242. Dolce Suono. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 243. Concert Choir. (1, no limit Δ)



MUSE 292. Early Childhood Music for Classroom Teachers. (3)



MUSE 293. Multicultural Awareness Through Music Skills. (3)



MUSE 298. Music for the Elementary Teacher. (3)



MUSE 313. Choral Music Methods. (3)



MUSE 315. Instrumental Music Methods. (3)



MUSE 317. Jazz Methods. (1)



MUSE 346. Teaching Music in the Elementary Schools. (3)



MUSE 347. Introduction to Early Childhood Music Education. (1)



MUSE 363. Conducting. (2)



MUSE 400. Student Teaching in the Elementary School. (3-6, no limit Δ)



MUSE 415. Instrumental Repertory. (1)



MUSE 429 / 529. Workshop. (1-4, no limit Δ)



MUSE 438 / 538. Selected Topics in Music Education. (3, no limit Δ)



MUSE 441. Marching Band Methods. (2)



MUSE *446. Secondary School Music. (3)



MUSE *455. Teaching Reading in the Music Classroom. (3)



MUSE 457 / 557. Foundations of Musical Behavior. (3)



MUSE 461. Student Teaching in the Secondary Schools. (3-6, no limit Δ)



MUSE 529 / 429. Workshop. (1-4, no limit Δ)



MUSE 532. Introduction to Research in Music Education. (3)



MUSE 534. Seminar in Music Education. (3)



MUSE 538 / 438. Selected Topics in Music Education. (3, no limit Δ)



MUSE 550. Philosophy of Music Education. (3)



MUSE 551. Graduate Problems. (1-3 to a maximum of 12 Δ)



MUSE 557 / 457. Foundations of Musical Behavior. (3)



MUSE 598. Music Education Project. (1-4)



MUSE 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



Course Search:




Keyword Search:

Office of the Registrar

MSC 11 6325
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: (505) 277-8900
Fax: (505) 277-6809