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MUSI 100: Fundamentals of Music. 3 credits.

Study of musical notation, interval and triad construction, reading of treble and bass clefs, scale construction, rhythm, elementary sight singing and ear training, and application at keyboard. Notes: Cannot be applied toward degree in music.Offered by School of Music. May be repeated within the degree for a maximum 6 credits.
Mason Core: Arts
Schedule Type: Lecture
Grading:
This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

Music, BM

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Students must complete all Mason Core requirements and core coursework, as well as the requirements within one selected concentration.

Music, BA

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Course List Code Title Credits Foundation Requirements Quantitative Reasoning (Mathematics) 3 ENGH 101 Composition (Mason Core) 1 3 ENGH 302 Advanced Composition (Mason Core) 1 3 Oral Communication 2 3 Core Requirements Literature 3 3 Natural Science 3,4 7 Western Civilization/World History 3 Social or Behavioral Sciences 3 3 Global Understanding 5 3 Total Credits 31

Music, MM

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The Music, MM degree is offered as an educational channel to meet the intellectual and career needs of qualified students. It is a comprehensive and advanced program of study with a choice of concentrations in performance, music education, composition, conducting, jazz studies, and pedagogy. The Music, MM with a concentration in music education does not provide licensure to teach music in public or private schools.

Music for Well-Being Minor

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...percussion, or guitar may substitute other MUSI 100-MUSI 499 courses at the discretion of...