MUSIC A.A. (R): 054
Total Credits: 65 - 66
Catalog Edition 13-14
Name: Date: ID#
GENERAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION & DISTRIBUTION COURSES
GENERAL EDUCATION: FOUNDATION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
English Foundation
EN 102*
3
 
Math Foundation (MA 110 or higher)  
3(4)
 
Health Foundation (HLHF)  
1
 
 
GENERAL EDUCATION: DISTRIBUTION COURSES
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
Humanities Distribution (HUMD)  
3
 
Arts or Humanities Distribution (ARTD or HUMD)  
3
 
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD)**  
3
 
Behavioral / Social Science Distribution (BSSD)**  
3
 
Natural Sciences Distribution with Lab (NSLD)  
4
 
Natural Sciences Distribution (NSLD or NSND)  
3-4
 
         
CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS
COURSE
HRS
GRADE
(if needed for EN 102)
EN 101
(3)
 
MU 005
1
 
MU 005
1
 
MU 005
1
 
MU 005
1
 
 
MU 106
2
 
 
MU 107
2
 
 
MU 115
2
 
 
MU 116
2
 
 
MU 123
3
 
 
MU 124
2
 
 
MU 150
3
 
 
MU 151
2
 
 
MU 215
2
 
 
MU 216
2
 
 
MU 226
3
 
 
MU 227
2
 
 
MU 250
3
 
 
MU 251
2
 
MAJOR ENSEMBLE (MU 161, MU 171, OR MU 172)
 
1
 
MAJOR ENSEMBLE (MU 161, MU 171, OR MU 172)
 
1
 
MAJOR ENSEMBLE (MU 161, MU 171, OR MU 172)
 
1
 
       
  Note: Overall GPA of 2.0 is required
Global & Cultural Perspectives Requirement:     Total Credits:  
* Students should check prerequisites for EN 102.  
Course must be taken four times for credit.  
** The two behavioral and social sciences courses MUST be in different disciplines  
  The music curriculum is designed for the student who plans (1) to earn the bachelor of arts degree with a major in music; (2) to earn the bachelor of music education degree; (3) to earn the bachelor of music degree with a major in performance, theory-composition, or history-literature; or (4) to seek employment upon completion of the A.A. Montgomery College is a community college member of the National Association of Schools of Music.
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  Students receiving the A.A. must perform in a graduation recital.
 
 

Completion of all requirements for this track will lead to the award of the A.A. in arts and sciences. In addition to the specific course sequence outlined in this section, the following department requirements must be met:

1. Music majors enrolled in applied music courses must also register for MU 005 Applied Music Laboratory.

2. Students receiving the A.A. must perform in a graduation recital.

3. All applied music students must register each semester for MU 161, MU 171, or MU 172, as assigned by the department.

 
  The student normally takes 17–18 semester hours each semester for a total of 69–70 semester hours. The actual courses taken each semester will be selected by the student in consultation with a music adviser. Courses are selected from those general subjects required for graduation (General Education foundation and distribution requirements) and those necessary for acquiring musical knowledge (music requirements).
 
Anyone wishing to major in music at Montgomery College must first complete an audition interview with a full-time faculty member in the Department of Music. A suggested course sequence for full-time students follows; part-time students as well as full-time students must consult an adviser from the department before registering for music classes.
Last modified: July 2013
This unofficial document is for planning purposes ONLY and completion does not guarantee graduation.
See an advisor to submit an Application for Graduation the semester BEFORE you intend to graduate.
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