Programs are available in music, music history and literature, music history and literature with emphasis in ethnomusicology, and music theory or composition. The University of Florida is accredited by NASM and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
Students must take 10 credits of foreign language or show a minimum proficiency in a single language by taking a placement test. If the proficiency is met, it does not reduce the 120 credits required for the degree. Foreign language courses can be taken S-U or for a letter grade, and the minimum grade is a C. Foreign language credit cannot be obtained through CLEP examinations.
All students pursuing the B.A. must consult a department advisor and get approval before attempting the elective portion of this program.
The Bachelor of Arts in music provides a liberal arts education with an emphasis in ethnomusicology, music history and literature, music theory and composition, or performance. Studies in music theory, applied performance, music literature, music history and piano, provide knowledge of the structure and expression of music within the historical context of musical genres. Students will also be able to apply their knowledge through singing or performing a musical instrument and they will be able to apply critical thinking skills when hearing musical sounds.
Before Graduating Students Must
- Satisfactory faculty evaluation of a student portfolio.
- Complete requirements for the baccalaureate degree, as determined by faculty.
Students in the Major Will Learn to
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
- Perform at a pre-professional level on an instrument or voice.
- Utilize theoretical analysis of music.
- Write about music within different historical and cultural contexts.
I = Introduced; R = Reinforced; A = Assessed
- Rubric from the pre-professional jury
- Final exams