Choral Major: Choral majors must complete a total of 34.50 graduation units plus music organizations and may choose a voice major with a keyboard minor or a keyboard major with a voice minor. If a keyboard minor, piano proficiency requirements as established by the music department must be met. In addition to the requirements listed below, choral majors must complete 3.50 units in the applied major and 1.50 units in the applied minor. All choral majors select two courses from MUS 241, MUS 243, MUS 245 and MUS 247; and MUS 344; choral/voice majors must take MUS 235 and MUS 236; choral/keyboard majors must enroll for two semesters of Piano Accompanying (MUSP 012) and take MUS 232 and MUS 233. In addition to the organization requirement, one semester of participation in the Symphonic Wind Ensemble is required before the end of the junior year.
Instrumental Major: Instrumental majors must complete a total of 34.75 graduation units plus music organizations. In addition to the requirements listed below, instrumental majors must complete 3.50 units in the major instrument (brass, percussion, string, woodwind, or keyboard), and meet the piano proficiency requirements as established by the music department. Instrumental majors must take MUS 240, MUS 241, MUS 243, MUS 245, MUS 247, and MUS 356. In addition to the organization requirement, one semester of participation in the Choral Art Society is required before the end of the junior year.
Requirements for both majors: MUSP 020 (semesters I-VII), MUS 109, MUS 155, MUS 156, MUS 230, MUS 231, MUS 255, MUS 256, MUS 357, MUS 358, MUS 359, MUS 373, MUS 374; EDUC 110, EDUC 251, EDUC 377, EDUC 471, EDUC 472, EDUC 473 and EDUC 474. To meet State of Ohio Licensure requirements, choral and instrumental education majors must take ten (10) general education courses as follow: ENG 105; 1 course in English literature which must be ENG 145 (to comply with state licensure Literacy requirements); 2 courses in social science; 1 course in math; 1 course in natural science; 1 course in arts (non-music); 2 courses to meet the University and Licensure Diversity Requirements (one of which must be met by taking MUS 347 or MUS 348); 2 additional courses as selected from outside the Department of Music; and must complete the University quantitative reasoning requirement.