Curriculum Map

                 Program Goals College Goals
Course  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
MUS 100                                     Y    
MUS 101                                   Y Y    
MUS 104                                   Y Y    
MUS 105                                   Y      
MUS 106                                   Y Y    
MUS 108                           Y         Y    
MUS 109                           Y           Y  
MUS 113                                          
MUS 115                           Y         Y    
MUS 117                           Y         Y    
MUS 119                                     Y    
MUS 121 Y Y Y Y       Y   Y               Y      
MUS 125/125 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 131-134 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 140 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y   Y                        
MUS 141                                          
MUS 143-145 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 146 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y                        
MUS 147 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y                        
MUS 148 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 149                                          
MUS 152                                   Y Y    
MUS 153                                   Y Y    
MUS 159 Y   Y Y     Y Y Y                        
MUS 160-188 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 191 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 203                                     Y    
MUS 205                                   Y Y    
MUS 206                                   Y Y    
MUS 210                                 Y Y      
MUS 213                                          
MUS 223                                          
MUS 236-237                                          
MUS 238                                          
MUS 239                                          
MUS 260                           Y         Y    
MUS 272G Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y       Y                
MUS 272Y                         Y                
MUS 290 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y                      
MUS 291 Y Y Y Y Y   Y Y Y                        
MUS 299-399 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y                      
MUS 305                                   Y Y    
MUS 306                                   Y      
MUS 313                                          
MUS 349                           Y         Y    
MUS 391 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y                        
MUS 392-394                                          
MUS 396                                          

Program Goals
  1. Music literacy:
    Read and notate complex scores, identify and analyze the structural functions of melody, rhythm, harmony and textures, demonstrate keyboard competency and sight singing abilities, write simple to complex compositions.
  2. Historical perspective:
    Display understanding of music as a manifestation of western and non-western civilizations and cultures, demonstrate ability to uncover, observe and collect data, ability to think and write critically, and display enhanced awareness of intercultural perspectives; ability to apply technology towards chosen career path in music (indicating understanding of the uses of technology to promote knowledge of all aspects of music.
  3. Performance competence:
    If concentrating in performance: Display advanced proficiency in performing on one or more instrument, or conducting, or composition. If in a non-performance concentration: Display basic skills in sight singing and keyboard proficiency. Demonstrate awareness, through performance, or conducting a diverse representation of western and non-western composers from all musical periods.
  4. Specialized Expertise
  5. Intercultural awareness
  6. Interdisciplinary experience
  7. Creative / aesthetic sensibility
  8. Self initiative
  9. Personal enrichment
  10. Technological competence / global internet outreach
General Education / Liberal Education Requirements (College Goals)
  1. Students must demonstrate proficiency in written communication.
  2. Students must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language through the intermediate level.
  3. Students must become informed global citizens and gain intercultural awareness through a study abroad experience.
  4. Students must become acquainted with different ages, societies, and cultures and learn how to use a variety of historical sources.
  5. Students must be able to reason abstractly and appreciate the elegance of abstract structure.
  6. Students must understand the methods of scientific discovery and experimental design.
  7. Students must acquire problem-solving and research capability by identifying, locating, evaluating, and effectively using information.
  8. Students must be able to analyze and understand the creative process, assimilate experience, and communicate it.
  9. Students must be able to interpret words, images, objects, and/or actions that are expressions of human culture.
  10. Students must understand the complex nature of social structures and/or human relationships that involve issues of inequality and difference.
  11. Students must explore ecological, policy, social, cultural, and/or historical dimensions of human relationship to the environment.