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  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Music Field of Study


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The Music Program of Temple College offers a wide selection of opportunities for students. Students who have majors and minors outside of music are encouraged to participate in music courses, ensembles, and applied instruction for a better perspective on the arts and improved self-expression.

A full two-year program is offered for both the music major and minor who will pursue a bachelor’s degree in music. In addition to the traditional music curriculum, the Music Department offers selected courses in commercial music.

Music scholarships are available to deserving students, regardless of major. Interested students should contact the Division of Fine Arts, located in the Mary Alice Marshall Performing Arts Center for audition times and details.

Music Field of Study*


1st Semester, Freshman


Total Hours: 11


2nd Semester, Freshman


Total Hours: 8


1st Semester, Sophomore


Total Hours: 8


2nd Semester, Sophomore


Total Hours: 8


Grand Total Hours: 35


Note(s):


Exceptions: In the case of non-piano majors, individual instruction in piano can be substituted for Class Piano courses with the permission of the instructor. The student will be required to take 4 hours of individual instruction in lieu of class piano.

Class piano is not required of piano majors. Piano majors are required to have 4 hours of individual instruction on a different secondary instrument, jazz piano, or voice in lieu of class piano and keyboard skills.

Students should check with each college or university regarding their transfer policy of core curriculum courses.


*For additional information on Field of Study, consult the Coordinating Board website at www.thecb.state.tx.us

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