School of Music > Academics > Undergraduate Majors > Music Education (BM) > College Core Requirements
All students in the School of Music are required to enroll in the following music courses:
Students in the BM-Jazz Studies program are not required to take MUS 211, MUS 221, or MUS 231.
Students in the BM-Jazz Studies program are not required to take MUS 213, MUS 223, or MUS 233.
Students in the BM-Jazz Studies program are not required to take MUS 321 or MUS 322.
Students may enroll in a maximum of 3 credits of applied study per quarter, with a maximum of 36 credits total. The requirements for applied study vary by degree program:
The BS in Performing Arts Management degree does not require applied lessons, and the BS in Sound Recording Technology, non-performance track, degree does not require applied lessons.
Except performance majors, students may enroll in additional applied credits, which will count towards music electives.
If a music student wishes to study a modern language for a three-course sequence (12 credits) beyond their degree program's requirement, the three MLO substitutions must be made in three different Liberal Studies learning domains. Any substitutions must be consistent with the principle that students complete at least one course in each learning domain. In the Scientific Inquiry domain, the only MLO substitution allowed is for Scientific Inquiry-Elective. Additional language credits may be applied toward non-music electives or free electives.
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