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Audiences back Students Faculty / Staff Alumni & Friends Parents Community Business Giving to Stony Brook --> --> ACADEMIC PROGRAMS < Back to Program List Undergraduate: Music Program Overview Music (MUS) The undergraduate major in music balances studies in the performance, composition, theory, and history of Western art music with the broad general education implied by a liberal arts degree. The department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with no specific "tracks" in performance, history, composition, or theory. All students take the same general program and are encouraged to select electives that reflect their individual interests and potential careers. Students graduating with a major in Music pursue graduate study in musical performance, composition, history, and theory; teach music in private and public schools; take jobs in arts-related industries; and pursue advanced study in non-music fields. The following are descriptions of the minors offered by the Music Department. Less rigorous than the music major, minors are not intended to prepare students for advanced study or professional work in music: Ethnomusicology (ETH) The minor in Ethnomusicology is designed to provide undergraduates with knowledge about a range of ethnomusicology topics, methods, and theoretical perspectives, in conjunction with a related area of specialization in the social sciences. In addition to ethnomusicology classes, including survey courses and courses on specialized topics, students will take a combination of performance and social science classes on relevant subjects in other departments. The capstone course is MUS451, “Ethnographic Methods in Music,” in which students conduct ethnographic research projects related to music. The minor in ethnomusicology is distinct from other existing music minors in that it offers training in fieldwork methods, an anthropological approach that does not rely heavily on the skills of analysis and performance that may be used in musicology, jazz studies, and the like. Moreover, it often emphasizes repertoire and practice from outside of Europe and the United States (our minor is especially strong in the musics of Asia). Ethnomusicology is the study of musical cultures, and entails a disciplinarily unique set of questions and methodologies, as well as objects. Music and Technology (MTX) The minor in Music and Technology is designed to provide students interested in music, media, and digital technology and the arts, with a foundation specific to the latest developments in music and technology along with a basic background in the history and theory of music. Students in other majors who have interdisciplinary interests will find this minor valuable as preparation for further studies dealing with the arts and culture and media. Music (MUS) The minor in Music, general studies, is designed to provide undergraduate students with a knowledge of historical and analytical approaches to the study of music in addition to the opportunity to perform in an ensemble. It is particularly well-suited to students who wish to study music as a discipline of the humanities. Coursework includes an introduction to the study of music, courses in music analysis, two semesters in a performance ensemble, and a choice of courses on specialized topics, including the study of popular musics, non-western musical traditions, music and gender, music technology, and the works of individual composers. Music Theory (MTY) The minor in Music Theory is designed to provide undergraduate students with a specialized knowledge in musicianship and the theory of music in addition to its history. It is particularly well-suited to students interested in honing their skills as musicians and offers more rigorous training in music analysis than the general track. Coursework includes an introduction to the study of music, courses in musicianship, music theory, only two semesters in a performance ensemble, and a choice of courses on specialized topics, including the study of popular musics, non-western musical traditions, music and gender, music technology, and the works of individual composers. Jazz (JAZ) The minor in Jazz studies is designed to provide undergraduate students with a foundation in music theory and history that incorporates a jazz perspective in addition to the opportunity to perform in a jazz ensemble. It is particularly well-suited to students interested in developing their skills as jazz musicians while pursuing a broader education in music history and theory. Coursework includes an introduction to the study of music, courses in improvisation, music theory, the history of jazz, two semesters performing in a jazz ensemble, and a choice of courses on specialized topics, including American music, popular music, and musics of other western and non-western traditions.     Degrees and Requirements Requirements for the Major and Minor in Music Requirements for the Major in Music (MUS) The major in Music leads to the Bachelor of Arts degree. All courses offered for the major must be passed with a letter grade of C or higher. Completion of the major requires 63 credits. Admittance to the Major Any student wishing to major in Music must pass an audition in voice or instrument and a musicianship examination that tests aural skills and musical literacy (elementary theory, interval recognition, simple melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation, and sight singing). The undergraduate musicianship examination is given four times each year: the first or second day of each semester, in February, and at the end of April. Auditions are held in the General and Scholarship Auditions in February of each year and during the first week of classes. Students should consult the Department office or contact the director of undergraduate studies to sign up for the undergraduate musicianship examination and to make an appointment for an audition. Please see the department webpage for information on how to audition. A. Study within the Area of the Major 1. Theory: MUS 121 Musicianship I, MUS 122 Beginning Keyboard, MUS 141, MUS 142 Keyboard Harmony A, B, MUS 220, MUS 221 Musicianship II, III, MUS 321, MUS 322 Tonal Harmony I, II, MUS 323 Techniques of Music, 1880 to the Present, MUS 331 Musicianship IV, MUS 421 Analysis of Tonal Music, MUS 422 Analysis of Post-Tonal Music 2. History and Literature:  a.  MUS 130  Sound Structures,  MUS 350  Western Music before 1600,  MUS 351  Western Music, 1600-1830,  MUS 352  Western Music from 1830 to the Present  b.  Two additional music history courses numbered 450 or 451 (each semester a different topic will be offered) or one additional history course numbered 450 or 451 plus one other elective selected from the following:  MUS 432  Counterpoint,  MUS 434  Orchestration,  MUS 439  Composition,  MUS 487  Independent Project. All 487 projects which are to used to fulfill the elective requirement must be approved by the Undergraduate Studies Committee one semester before the course is to be undertaken. Such projects may include a lecture-recital or full recital with researched program notes.  3. Study of Individual Instrument or Voice: 
a. A minimum of four semesters from courses in the series MUS 161 - MUS 187 Performance Study (2 credits each) or MUS 361 - MUS 387 Advanced Performance Study (4 credits each). 
 b. Mandatory co-registration in a performance ensemble for each semester of lessons.  Instrumentalists should enroll in MUS 262 University Orchestra, MUS 263 University Wind Ensemble, or MUS 264 Jazz Ensemble. Singers should enroll in MUS 261 Stony Brook Chorale.  Pianists and guitarists should enroll in MUS 391 Chamber Music. Note: No more than 30 credits of individual instruction in instrument or voice may be included in the 120 credits required for the B.A. degree. B. Upper-Division Writing Requirement The upper-division writing requirement for music majors will be fulfilled by submission of two approved papers: one from an advanced music history course, either MUS 351, MUS 352, or MUS 450, and one from an advanced music analysis course either MUS 421 or MUS 422. Students will register for MUS 459 and submit approved papers with an approval form signed by the instructor to the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Music. Once both approved papers have been submitted, the Director of Undergraduate Studies will certify that the student has met the upper-division writing requirement in music and give a grade for MUS 459.   Nature of the papers Any paper submitted to fulfill this requirement must have at least 4 pages of expository text (exclusive of musical examples, bibliography, diagrams, etc.) in 12-point font with normal margins. Grammar, spelling, sentence and paragraph structure must all be correct. The topic must be clearly stated and developed. The pages must be numbered. Any footnotes, citations, or bibliography must be properly supplied and formatted according to the principles in Jonathan Bellman’s A Short Guide to Writing About Music (2007) or in Richard Wingell’s Writing about Music: An Introductory Guide, 4th edition (2009). All musical examples must be properly formatted with clefs, captions, measure numbers, and correct notation. They must be large enough to be easily legible. Diagrams or Figures must be neat and clear. Both papers should demonstrate the capacity to write clear and correct English at all levels (sentence, paragraph, sections, entire essay), to use musical concepts and terminology correctly, and to present ideas and arguments in an organized and effective way.   Approval Process 1) When a student wishes a paper submitted in one of the designated courses to be accepted as fulfilling part of the Writing Requirement, that student will submit the “Upper Division Writing Requirement Form” to the course instructor along with the assigned paper. (See attached form.) 2) After having read and graded the paper, the course instructor will either indicate on the form that the paper satisfies a component of the writing requirement, or will indicate that it does not satisfy the requirement. In the latter case, the instructor will provide suggestions for improvement in writing skills, which may include advice to take further courses in writing or in English. 3) If the paper is not approved for the upper-division writing requirement, the student must submit another paper for the appropriate category (history or theory), either a subsequent one written for the same course or a paper from another course. 4) Students must submit written work of a quality that can satisfy the upper-division writing requirement on a first reading. Instructors are not obligated to guide revisions of papers that do not demonstrate adequate upper-division writing proficiency on initial submission. An instructor may, however, at his or her discretion, offer to consider one revision if the original paper is very close to meeting standards of writing proficiency. 5) Once the form approving the paper for the writing requirement has been signed, the student will submit a copy of the paper along with the signed form to the Director of Undergraduate Studies in Music. 6) When the Director of Undergraduate Studies has received from a student two papers—one from a history course, one from an analysis course—with signed forms indicating that each has been approved for the Upper Division Writing Requirement, then the requirement will have been fulfilled by that student.   C. Foreign Language Students who intend to continue their studies beyond the B.A. degree are advised that most graduate music programs require a reading knowledge of French or German, often both. (For this purpose, but not for the entry skill in foreign language requirement, language courses may be taken under the Pass/No Credit option.) Honors Program in Music Candidates for honors in Music must be nominated by a faculty member who agrees to act as sponsor for the honors project. An eligible student may submit a proposal for a project to the proposed sponsor, who forwards the proposal together with a letter of nomination to the Department of Music's undergraduate studies committee. To be eligible, a student must have maintained at least a 3.00 cumulative g.p.a., and a 3.50 g.p.a. in music. After entering the honors program, a student must maintain at least a 3.50 g.p.a. in music. Students must register for MUS 495 and complete a project in performance, composition, history, theory, or ethnomusicology. The project must have a speaking component and must be carried out under the supervision of a sponsor. The completed project is reviewed by an evaluating committee consisting of the sponsor, another member of the Music faculty, and an outside evaluator. Complete guidelines for the honors program are available from the director of undergraduate studies. The Minor in Music (MUS) The minor in Music (MUS) is designed to provide students interested in music with a foundation in the theory and history of music and experience in a performing ensemble. Less rigorous than the Music major, the minor is not intended to prepare students for advanced study or professional work in music. The general Music minor (MUS) is designed for students who are interested in music but who do not seek training in more sophisticated aspects of music theory and musicianship. The Music Theory minor (MTY), for which students take Music major courses in theory and musicianship, is for students who want to acquire more specialized knowledge and skills in the areas of music theory and musicianship. Requirements for the Minor in Music (MUS) All courses offered for the minor must be passed with a letter grade of C or higher. At least three credits from Requirement 2 or 3 in either track must be upper division. The minor requires 20 credits. A Note on the Performance Requirement: With the permission of the director of undergraduate studies, students who do not pass the audition for one of the ensembles may fulfill the performance requirement through private lessons ( MUS 161 -MUS 187). For students in the minor who fulfill the performance requirement through lessons, the ensemble corequisite for private lessons ( MUS 161 -MUS 187) will be waived. Requirements for the minor 1. Theory: MUS 119 Elements of Music or MUS 130 Sounds Structures, MUS 315 Structural Principles of Music I, MUS 316 Structural Principles of Music II or MUS 340 Timbre and Technology Note: Students well-versed in music notation and basic theory (as demonstrated by the MUS 119 challenge examination) should take MUS 130 Sound Structures 2. History: MUS 101 and two courses chosen from the following: MUS 105 , 301-314, 319-323. 3. Performance: Two semesters of one or more of the following: MUS 261 Stony Brook Chorale MUS 262 University Orchestra MUS 263 University Wind Ensemble MUS 264 Jazz Ensemble MUS 266 Guitar Workshop MUS 267 Jazz Combo MUS 268 Marching Band MUS 269 Intro to African Drumming MUS 270 Advanced African Drumming MUS 271 Stony Brook Camerata MUS 391 Chamber Music Requirements for the Minor in Ethnomusicology (ETH) For requirement information regarding the Minor in Ethnomusicology (ETH), see the Ethnomusicology section of this Bulletin. Requirements for the Minor in Jazz Music (JAZ) For requirement information regarding the Minor in Jazz Music, see the Jazz Music section of this Bulletin. Requirements for the Minor in Music and Technology (MTX) For requirement information regarding the Minor in Music and Technology, see the Music and Technology section of this Bulletin. Requirements for the Minor in Music Theory (MTY) For requirement information regarding the Minor in Music  Theory, see the Music  Theory section of this Bulletin.               Sequence Sample Course Sequence for the Major in Music For more information about SBC courses that fulfill major requirements, click here. The music major program is designed to be easily completed in 3 years of study.  Additional elective courses may be added at any time.  FRESHMAN FALL Credits First Year Seminar 101 1 WRT 101 3 MUS 121 2 MUS 122 1 MUS 130 3 MUS 321  3 Performance Study 2 Ensemble 1-2  Total 16-17   SPRING Credits First Year Seminar 102 1 WRT 102 3 MUS 220 2 MUS 141 1 MUS 322 3 MUS 350  4 Performance Study 2 Ensemble 1-2  Total 17-18   SOPHOMORE FALL Credits MUS 221 2 MUS 142 1 MUS 323 3 MUS 351 4 Performance Study  2 Ensemble 1-2 SBC 3  Total 16-17   SPRING Credits MUS 331 2 MUS 421 1 MUS 352 4 Performance Study   2 Ensemble   1-2 SBC 3 SBC 3  Total 16-17   JUNIOR FALL Credits MUS 422 3 MUS 450 4 Performance Study  2-4 Ensemble   1-2 SBC 6  Total 16-19   SPRING Credits Performance Study 2-4 Ensemble 1-2 Upper-Division Music elective* 3 SBC 9      Total 15-18   SENIOR FALL Credits Performance Study   2-4 Ensemble  1-2 SBC 3 SBC  3 SBC  3 SBC 3  Total 15-18   SPRING Credits Performance Study  2-4 Ensemble  1-2 Upper-division SBC   3  Upper-division SBC  3 SBC 3 MUS 459  0  Total 12-15  *Students may take another history class, 450, or any of the following: 439, 491, 432, 434, or 437. Contact Music (MUS) Major and Minor in Music Department of Music, College of Arts and Sciences Chair: Christina Dahl Director of Undergraduate Studies: Deborah Heckert Assistant to the Chair: Martha Zadok Undergraduate Secretary: Germaine Berry Office: 3304 Staller Center for the Arts Phone: (631) 632-7330 Email: [email protected] Website: https://www.stonybrook.edu/music/ Minors of particular interest to students majoring in Music: Jazz (JAZ), Anthropology (ANT), Art History (ARH), English (EGL), History (HIS), Philosophy (PHI)     Courses --> --> Main Nav Home About Admissions Academics Research Athletics Medicine Giving Contact Info For Students Faculty & Staff Alumni & Friends Parents Neighbors Business Media Arts & Culture Find People Directory A-Z Web Directory Majors & Minors SBU News Calendars Jobs Libraries Maps & Directions Parking Visiting Shortcuts Undergraduate Admissions Solar Brightspace Google Apps Office of the President Stony Brook Southampton Brookhaven National Lab Magazine Sexual Assault & Violence Response Resources Facebook Twitter instagram flickr youtube We're Social © 2024 Stony Brook University100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY 11794(631) 632-6000Contact Accessibility Privacy Policy Sustainability Diversity Report an accessibility barrier --> Discrimination Sexual Misconduct Accessibility Barrier Stony Brook University resides on the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary lands of the aboriginal territory of the Setauket or the Setalcott tribe. 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