The Bachelor of Arts in Music degree is designed for the student who wishes to major in music as part of a broader liberal arts curriculum. It is a versatile degree which allows students some freedom to create their own balance between the music and liberal arts areas. With this degree students can double major or minor in many other fields available at Gordon.
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MUSIC
Students pursuing this degree are required to earn a total of 124 credits.
The full Core Curriculum (The core Aesthetic Sensibilities and Practices requirement must be fulfilled by FNA 112 Arts in Concert or another nonmusical Aesthetics core option.)
Eight semesters of ensemble participation are required. The following ensembles may be applied:
MUS 250 - College Choir (Credits: 0 or 1 variable credit)
MUS 251 - Symphonic Band (Credits: 0 or 1 variable credit)
MUS 252 - Men's Choir (Credits:0 or 1 variable credit)
MUS 253 - Gordon Symphony Orchestra (Credits:0 or 1 variable credit)
MUS 254 - Women's Choir (Credits: 0 or 1 variable credit)
MUS 258 - Wind Ensemble (Credits: 0 or 1 variable credit)
Further requirements and information are outlined in the Music Student Handbook.