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2013 - 2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Music with Business Studies, B.M.


Ford, Room 215 Telephone: (706) 236-2289; Fax: (706) 238-7847

The mission of the Berry College music program is to educate students in the discipline of music and to provide quality musical experiences for all Berry students. It seeks to prepare students for professional careers in music and to provide all interested students and community members with opportunities to appreciate, enjoy and participate in musical performances. Students are admitted to the music program by audition; financial aid is available.

The Music program offers three distinct majors: a Bachelor of Arts in Music, a Bachelor of Music in Education, and a Bachelor of Music with Elective Studies in Business. Students majoring in the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music must complete a foreign language through the intermediate level. Students majoring in Music Education are required to take the professional-education sequence. Students majoring in Music with Elective Studies in Business must complete the required courses in business.

Requirements: 81 hours

Music Core Requirements: 41 hours


Note:


*Three hours of music history may be used to satisfy the fine-arts general education requirement, and three hours of either MUS 348 I  or MUS 349 I  may be counted toward the humanities elective requirement in the general-education requirement for graduation for all music degrees

Applied Music Lessons: 14 hours


(2 per semester for 7 semesters)

Advanced Music Courses: 8 hours


Music Track Courses: 11 hours


Students choose one track from those listed below. For those students pursuing two applied music tracks, 11 hours will be selected with the approval of the department chair.

Required Business Courses: 21 hours


Business Minor Pre-core Courses: 6 hours


Note:


* This course has a prerequisite of ACC 201 

Business Minor Elective Courses: 6 hours


Two courses chosen from ACC 202 , BUS 210  or any 300-level or 400-level ACC, BUS, FIN, MGT or MKT courses for which all prerequisites have been met. A student completing the Business Minor must complete at least 9 hours in the minor at the 300 or 400 level. Students taking FIN 235  cannot take both ACC 202  and BUS 210 .
Students must meet the prerequisites of the individual business courses.

Applied Music Requirements


For all music majors, two hours of credit per semester represent a one-hour-length lesson per week. Individual practice time is required for lessons. A senior recital is required at the 400 level. For majors in music education and music with elective studies in business, a half-hour-length recital is required.

For the Bachelor of Arts with a major in music, a 50-minute recital is required. Major credit is established through individual examinations, called juries, held at the close of each semester by a committee of the music faculty and is based on performance standards and satisfactory progress.

In all applied music subjects, a fee for individual lessons is charged in addition to regular tuition. This fee is $90 for a half-hour lesson per week (minor credit) and $175 for a one-hour lesson per week.

Students taking applied lessons are required to attend concerts each semester. Students taking lessons for 2 hours credit must attend 10 recitals each semester and those taking lessons for 1hour of credit must attend 5 recitals each semester.

College Music Organizations


All music majors are required to participate in either the college Concert Choir (MUS 111  A or B), the Wind Ensemble (MUS 121  A or B) or Orchestra (MUS 131  C or D) each semester; music minors must participate for four semesters. Students may repeat these courses for credit or may elect to participate through the zero-credit option to avoid overload charges.

Participation in the Berry Singers (MUS 121 ) is by audition. Students are encouraged to participate in Jazz Ensemble (MUS 141 ) and Chamber Music (MUS 132 ). Students receiving financial aid through music will be required to perform with these ensembles.