The Bachelor of Arts in Music requires at least 50 units of music, 29 of which are upper-division (300-level and above). All Bachelor of Arts students must complete the core requirements, as well as the additional coursework needed for one of three concentrations: Liberal Arts; Music History and Theory; Music Education.
Minimum of five units upper-division; no more than two units of applied music
The capstone experience in Liberal Arts concentration is either MUS 398 (recital) or MUS 497 (senior project). A document outlining procedures and expectations for the latter option is available from the Department of Music. When the recital option is elected, the recital will be included when calculating the student’s quota of state-funded applied-music lessons.