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  • Objectives
    The degree consists of an intensive study of music history and/or theory and allows a wider choice of options in other subjects than the B.Mus.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music
  • Course description
    Music
    B.Mus. Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (13.0 credits):

       1. Performance: 3.0 credits in MUSI 1900, MUSI 1901, MUSI 2900, MUSI 2901, MUSI 3900, MUSI 3901;
       2. Music Theory:
             1. 2.5 credits in MUSI 1701, MUSI 1702, MUSI 2700, MUSI 2701, MUSI 2702;
             2. 0.5 credit from MUSI 3700, MUSI 3701, MUSI 4700 or MUSI 4701;
       3. Music History and Musicology:
             1. 1.5 credit in MUSI 1000, MUSI 1001, MUSI 1002;
             2. 1.0 credit in Music History and Musicology at the 2000-level;
             3. 1.0 credit in Music History and Musicology at the 3000-level;
       4. 0.5 credit from one of the following Canadian music courses: MUSI 3103, MUSI 3104, MUSI  4103, MUSI 4104;
       5. Choice:
             1. 1.0 credit in MUSI at the 2000-level;
             2. 1.0 credit in MUSI at the 3000-level;
             3. 1.5 credits in MUSI at the 4000-level;

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       6. 7.0 credits in free electives;

       3. Additional Non-Credit Requirements:

       7. Satisfactory performance in eight Ensemble courses (see list in Course Categories, above). Note: For Item 7 above, it is strongly recommended that, as a minimum, B. Mus. students enroll in the same group (i.e. Choral Ensemble or Instrumental Ensemble) for at least three out of four years.
    • 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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