- The Online Bulletin is for information purposes only. Current students must complete the requirements as outlined in the York Bulletin as applicable.
- Course Descriptions
- Course descriptions can be found in the online PDF version of the Bulletin
The curriculum in music is designed to meet the needs of students preparing for careers in performance history, theory, ethnomusicology, and music education. Music majors are required to give a recital (or equivalent) their last semester at the college as their MUS 490: Independent Study.
Students are encouraged to take such non-music courses as: Fine Arts 398; History 110, 201, and 272; Political Science 101; and Sociology 101.
The Performing & Fine Arts Digital Lab (1A01) is a state-of-the-art facility equipped with computers, synthesizers, and sound sampling. The Lab is made available to students enrolled in Music 225: Computer Music.
EFFECTIVE FALL 2013
Major Discipline Requirements
Required Music Courses
|MUS210||Ear Training I||2|
|MUS270*||Introduction to Ethnomusicology (WI)||3|
|MUS310||Ear Training II||2|
|MUS323||Form & Analysis||3|
|MUS350||History of Western Music I (WI)||3|
|MUS351||History of Western Music II||3|
REQUIRED ELECTIVES: CHOOSE ONE FROM EACH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS
|MUS131||Gospel Choir I||2|
|MUS139||Jazz Ensemble I||2|
|MUS146||Jazz Improvisation I||2|
|MUS231||Gospel Choir II||2|
|MUS239||Jazz Ensemble II||2|
|MUS246||Jazz Improvisation II||2|
Popular Music History
|MUS253||History of Jazz||3|
|MUS331||Gospel Choir III||2|
|MUS339||Jazz Ensemble III||2|
|MUS431||Gospel Choir IV||2|
|MUS439||Jazz Ensemble IV||2|
Upper Level Electives
|MUS450||History of Western Music III||3|
|MUS461||Jazz Style & Techniques||3|
Senior Year Requirement
* MUS 270 is cross listed with ANTH 270. Either course will be accepted.
NOTE: Majors in Music must fulfill their Performance and Fine Arts General Education Requirement in a discipline other than music.