MUS 511N Seminar for Music Majors II
3 Credit(s) W-III
This Senior Seminar a capstone course for Music majors, is taken in the final spring semester of the degree program and seeks to integrate and synthesize the knowledge gained in the music core. As part of the course, students will develop an outreach project as a
group or as individuals to present to a community partner. Capstone projects may include, but are not limited to, undergraduate research music composition, or performance as applicable to the student. The capstone experience requires students to undertake a significant creative project in the discipline of music and may require a concurrent directed study under the direct supervision of a faculty member in a relevant discipline In the case of a full recital or a recording project, an additional semester of directed study with a supervising faculty member is required prior to registering for this course. All projects are presented. Required of all Music majors. Course meets for three lecture hours per week.
Pre-/Co-Requisites: Students must pass the Piano Proficiency Exam, and successfully complete a W II course prior to registering for this course, or permission of Department Chairperson.