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  • Objectives
    This degree allows a student to combine music with another academic subject. It requires a minimum of 7.0 credits (of 20.0) in music over four years. Requirements for other disciplines may vary. There is no audition or performance requirement for this degree, but interested students must consult the departments for each of the two disciplines chosen.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts (Combined Honours) in Music
  • Course description
    Music
    B.A. Combined Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       1. 1.0 credit from MUSI 1000, MUSI 1001, MUSI 1002;
       2. 2.0 credits in MUSI at the 2000-level;
       3. 2.0 credits in MUSI at the 3000-level;
       4. 1.0 credit in MUSI at the 4000-level;
       5. 1.0 credit in Music;

       2. Additional Requirements:

       6. The requirements from the other discipline must be satisfied;
       7. 5.0 credits in electives not in MUSI or the other discipline;
       8. Sufficient free electives to make 20.0 credits total for the program.
    • MUSI 1000 - Introduction to the Study of Music
    • MUSI 1001 - A History of Western Classical Music: Medieval to the Present
    • MUSI 1002 - Issues in Popular Music
    • MUSI 1106 - Elementary Materials of Music I
    • MUSI 1107 - Elementary Materials of Music II
    • MUSI 1701 - Theoretical Studies I
    • MUSI 1702 - Theoretical Studies II
    • MUSI 1900 - Performance I
    • MUSI 1901 - Performance II
    • MUSI 1912 - Choral Ensemble I
    • MUSI 1913 - Choral Ensemble II
    • MUSI 1914 - Instrumental Ensemble I
    • MUSI 1915 - Instrumental Ensemble II
    • MUSI 2005 - Introduction to Jazz History
    • MUSI 2006 - Popular Musics before 1945
    • MUSI 2007 - Popular Musics after 1945
    • MUSI 2008 - An Introduction to Ethnomusicology
    • MUSI 2009 - Music of Asia
    • MUSI 2100 - Music in the Middle Ages
    • MUSI 2101 - Music in the Renaissance
    • MUSI 2102 - Music in the Baroque Era
    • MUSI 2103 - Music in the Classical Era
    • MUSI 2104 - Music in the Romantic Era
    • MUSI 2105 - Twentieth-Century Music to World War II
    • MUSI 2106 - Music Since World War II
    • MUSI 2601 - Introduction to Instrumentation
    • MUSI 2602 - Introduction to Composition
    • MUSI 2605 - Choral Conducting
    • MUSI 2700 - Theoretical Studies III: Common Practice
    • MUSI 2701 - Theoretical Studies IV: Popular Music Practice
    • MUSI 2702 - Theoretical Studies V: Aural Training
    • MUSI 2703 - Theoretical Studies VI: Practical Skills
    • MUSI 2900 - Performance III
    • MUSI 2901 - Performance IV
    • MUSI 2912 - Choral Ensemble III
    • MUSI 2913 - Choral Ensemble IV
    • MUSI 2914 - Instrumental Ensemble III
    • MUSI 2915 - Instrumental Ensemble IV
    • MUSI 3102 - Music in the United States in the Twentieth Century
    • MUSI 3103 - Aspects of Canadian Musical Heritage
    • MUSI 3104 - Popular Musics of Canada
    • MUSI 3106 - Popular Musics of the World
    • MUSI 3107 - Classical Indian Music I
    • MUSI 3302 - Music and Gender I
    • MUSI 3400 - A History of Opera before 1800
    • MUSI 3401 - A History of Opera from 1800 to 1945
    • MUSI 3402 - Film Music
    • MUSI 3403 - Music Industries
    • MUSI 3404 - Music, the Law and Morality
    • MUSI 3600 - Composition I
    • MUSI 3603 - Computer Music Techniques
    • MUSI 3604 - Computer Music Projects
    • MUSI 3700 - Theoretical Studies VII: Seminar in Theory Topics
    • MUSI 3701 - Theoretical Studies VIII: Jazz Styles and Structures
    • MUSI 3900 - Performance V
    • MUSI 3901 - Performance VI
    • MUSI 3912 - Choral Ensemble V
    • MUSI 3913 - Choral Ensemble VI
    • MUSI 3914 - Instrumental Ensemble V
    • MUSI 3915 - Instrumental Ensemble VI
    • MUSI 4006 - Issues in the Study of Popular Music
    • MUSI 4103 - Ethnomusicology of Canadian Traditions
    • MUSI 4104 - Musics of Canada's First Peoples
    • MUSI 4107 - Classical Indian Music II
    • MUSI 4109 - Specialized Studies
    • MUSI 4200 - Special Topics
    • MUSI 4201 - Special Topics
    • MUSI 4205 - Specialized Studies
    • MUSI 4206 - Specialized Studies
    • MUSI 4209 - Specialized Studies
    • MUSI 4300 - Notation of Medieval and Renaissance Music
    • MUSI 4303 - Music and Gender II
    • MUSI 4600 - Composition II
    • MUSI 4700 - Theoretical Studies IX: Seminar in Theory Topics
    • MUSI 4701 - Theoretical Studies X: Jazz Styles and Structures
    • MUSI 4703 - Performance Practice
    • MUSI 4800 - Practicum in Music
    • MUSI 4801 - Practicum in Music
    • MUSI 4900 - Performance VII
    • MUSI 4906 - Honours Portfolio in Composition
    • MUSI 4907 - Graduating Recital
    • MUSI 4908 - Honours Essay in Musicology
    • MUSI 4909 - Portfolio in New Media
    • MUSI 4912 - Choral Ensemble VII
    • MUSI 4913 - Choral Ensemble VIII
    • MUSI 4914 - Instrumental Ensemble VII
    • MUSI 4915 - Instrumental Ensemble VIII

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