Mission

The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Musimedialogy offers the students the opportunity to develop competence and expertise in the areas of music, history, theory, analysis, and composition. Learners will further acquire professional skills in voice and instrument playing. In addition, the B.A. in Music presents many interesting and challenging opportunities to students as teachers, performers, creative artists, and employees in the music industry.

Total Credits
99
Apply Before
January 2018
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Concentration

A concentration in Musimedialogy provides students with an avant-garde perspective combining music to all fields of media needed for music. Students will master the art of relaying music information via radio, TV, journalism, and the telecommunication systems.

 

Admission Requirements

Prior to admission, applicants will be subject to a practical evaluation, which covers instrument, voice, and musical background.

 

Graduation Requirements

To receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Music, a student must complete a total of 99 credits with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.3/4.0 in all Core and Major Courses. Any major course with a grade of less than “C” must be repeated. The 99 credits necessary for graduation are divided as follows:

Courses

Liberal Arts Curriculum (30cr.)

Free Electives (6cr.)

Suggested Program

Fall Semester Year I (15cr.)
MUS 211 Applied Music Instrumental or Vocal I 1 cr.
MUS 222 Theory of Music I 1 cr.
MUS 223 Sight Singing and Ear Training I 1 cr.
MUS 224 History and Analysis of Western Music: Medieval – Baroque Period 3 cr.
MUS 243 Lebanese Music 3 cr.
LAC 3 cr.
ENL 213 Sophomore Rhetoric (LAC) 3 cr.
       
Spring Semester Year I (15cr.)
MUS 221 Applied Music Instrumental or Vocal II 1 cr.
MUS 232 Theory of Music II 1 cr.
MUS 233 Sight Singing and Ear Training II 1 cr.
MUS 234 History and Analysis of Western Music: Classical Period 3 cr.
MUS 245 Musical Forms 3 cr.
ENL 230 English in the Workplace (LAC) 3 cr.
LAC 3 cr.
       
Summer Session Year II (3cr.)
LAC 3 cr.
Fall Semester Year II (15cr.)
MUS 331 Applied Music Instrumental or Vocal III 1 cr.
MUS 342 Harmony I 1 cr.
MUS 343 Sight Singing, Rhythmic Chanting, and Ear Training III 1 cr.
MUS 324 History and Analysis of Western Music: Romantic and Post-Romantic Period 3 cr.
MUS 382 Methodology (research methods) of Music 3 cr.
MUM 437 Music Management 3 cr.
Free Elective 3 cr.
       
Spring Semester Year II (15cr.)
MUS 341 Applied Music Instrumental or Vocal IV 1 cr.
MUS 352 Harmony II 1 cr.
MUS 353 Sight Singing, Rhythmic Chanting, and Ear Training IV 1 cr.
MUS 334 History and Analysis of Western Music: 20th Century and Contemporary Music 3 cr.
MUM 350 Audio-Video Music Workshop 3 cr.
Free Elective 3 cr.
LAC 3 cr.
       
Summer Session Year II (6cr.)
MUS        454        Instrumentation                                                                                                                 3 cr.
                  LAC                                                                                                                                      3 cr.
 
Fall Semester Year III (15cr.)
MUS 441 Applied Music Instrumental or Vocal V 1 cr.
MUS 452 Harmony III 1 cr.
MUS 453 Sight Singing, Rhythmic Chanting, and Ear Training V 1 cr.
JOU 310 Newswriting and Reporting I 3 cr.
MUS 444 Philology of Music 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.
 
Spring Semester Year III (15cr.)
MUS 451 Applied Music Instrumental or Vocal VI 1 cr.
MUS 462 Counterpoint and Fugue 1 cr.
MUS 463 Sight Singing, Rhythmic Chanting, and Ear Training VI 1 cr.
MUM 457 Radio and Television Music Casting 3 cr.
MUM 474 Music Law 3 cr.
MUM 448 Musical Criticism 3 cr.
    LAC 3 cr.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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