Bachelor of Music in Sound Recording Technology

 

SRT-Vocal

Music Requirements

Private Lesson Requirement Performance Studies  
PFMJ 10100  Voice I - Music Major (2 credits times 2 semesters)  4
PFMJ 20100  Voice II - Music Major (2 credits times 2 semesters)  4
PFMJ 30100  Voice III - Music Major (2 credits times 2 semesters)  4
PFMJ 40100  Voice IV - Music Major (2 credits times 1 semesters; 1 credit during Internship semester)  3
PFMJ 19900  Performance Repertoire and Pedagogy (.5 credit times 8 semesters)  4
Ensembles Ensemble Policies
MUEN 1XXXX  Choral (1 credit times 7 semesters; .5 credit during Internship semester)  7.5
Music Theory
MUTH 10100  Fundamentals of Music Theory++  (1)
MUTH 12100  Introduction to Musical Styles  2
MUTH 12200  Music Theory I  2
MUTH 22100  Music Theory II  2
MUTH 22200  Music Theory III  2
MUTH 32100  Form and Analysis  2
MUTH 32200 or MUTH 35500 Analysis of Music since 1900 or History and Literature of Music III  2
Sight-Singing  
MUTH 13300  Sight-Singing I  1.5
MUTH 13400  Sight-Singing II  1.5
MUTH 23300  Advanced Sight-Singing III   1
MUTH 23400  Advanced Sight-Singing IV   1
Secondary Instruments   
PFSM 17100  Keyboard musicianship I  1
PFSM 17200  Keyboard musicianship II  1
Other Music Requirements  
MUMC 16100  Diction I 2
MUMC 16200  Diction II  2
MUMC 16600  Career Orientation   1
XXXXX  Music electives++ 2-3
MUMC 10100  Recital Attendance (six semesters required)  0
Total 
53.5
++ Students may fulfill the requirement for Fundamentals of Music Theory by scoring 84 percent or higher on a placement exam administered by the Department of Music Theory, History, and Composition. Students who score below 84 percent on the exam must take the course, and they take the lower number of music electives.

Music Liberal Arts Requirements

Music History  
MUTH 25500  History and Literature of Music I   3
MUTH 25600  History and Literature of Music II (WI)  3
JAZZ 16100 or MUNM 16200  Jazz History or Pop ‘n’ Rock   2
Total 
 8

Sound Recording Technology Requirements

MUMC 14200  Introduction to Recording Services   1
MUMC 14300  Recording Services Training II   1
MUMC 24100  Recording Workshop I   1
MUMC 24200  Recording Workshop II   1
MUMC 24300  Critical Listening for the Recording Studio
(.5 credit times 4 semesters) 
 2
MUMC 34100  Advanced Recording Workshop I   1
MUMC 34200  Advanced Recording Workshop II   1
MUMC 14500  Introduction to Electroacoustic Music   2
MUMC 24800  Digital Sound Production   2
MUMC 25000  Digital Recording and Editing   2
MUMC 34800  Advanced Microphone Techniques   3
MUMC 34900  Advanced Recording Techniques   3
MUMC 49100  Recording Internship   6
MUMC 49200  Senior Project (CP)  3
Total 
 29

Other Sound Recording Technology Requirements

THEA 31500  Theatre Technology II: Sound  3
Total 
 3

Integrative Core Curriculum

ICC Theme & Perspective   
ICSM 1XXXX Ithaca Seminar  4
XXXXX  Creative Arts (CA)  3
XXXXX  Humanities (HM) 3
XXXXX  Natural Science (SC)  3
XXXXX  Social Science (SO)  3
Competencies   
WRTG 10600  Academic Writing1  3
MATH 10000 Mathematics Fundamentals2    0-1
Complementary Liberal Arts (CLA)
 PHYS 16000 Physics of Sound  3
 XXXXX Modern Language (French, German or Italian recommended)3   6
 XXXXX Liberal Arts Electives   3
Course Attributes (DV, WI, QL)4 (3 credits each)  
Capstone Experience (CP)5 (See Senior Project)  
E-portfolio  
Total 
31-32
Total for Degree   124.5-125.5

1. Students may earn credit for Academic Writing WRTG 10600 by scoring a 4 or 5 on the AP English Literature exam or AP English Language and Composition exam or by choosing ICSM 10800. Student choosing the ICSM option must add 3 credits of LA electives. (For more on Ithaca College’s AP policy, see Advanced Placement Policy.)

2. Students scoring a pass on the math competency will satisfy this requirement. Students who do not achieve a passing score will have to take the 1 credit math course MATH 10000 and earn a final grade of C- or higher.

3. Vocal Majors take 6 credits of a single language unless they place into a second-semester level, in which case they may elect to fulfill the requirements with two different Languages.

4. The DV, WI and QL attribute requirements of the Integrated Core Curriculum may be fulfilled through any appropriately designated courses, including those given in the School of Music.

5. The Senior Project (MUMC 49200) will fulfill the capstone requirement and will serve to synthesize aspects of the Integrated Core Curriculum with the student’s School of Music degree requirements.


 


SRT-Instrumental

Music Requirements

Private Lesson Requirement Performance Studies  
PFMJ 1XXXX Private Instrument I - Music Major (2 credits times 2 semesters)  4
PFMJ 2XXXX  Private Instrument II - Music Major (2 credits times 2 semesters)   4
PFMJ 3XXXX  Private Instrument III - Music Major (2 credits times 2 semesters)   4
PFMJ 4XXXX  Private Instrument IV - Music Major (2 credits times 1 semesters; 1 credit during Internship semester)   3
PFMJ 19900  Performance Repertoire and Pedagogy (.5 credit times 8 semesters)   4
Ensembles Ensemble Policies  
MUEN 1XXXX  Instrumental (1 credit times 7 semesters; .5 credit during Internship semester)   7.5
Music Theory   
MUTH 10100  Fundamentals of Music Theory++   (1)
MUTH 12100  Introduction to Musical Styles   2
MUTH 12200  Music Theory I   2
MUTH 22100  Music Theory II   2
MUTH 22200  Music Theory III   2
MUTH 32100  Form and Analysis   2
MUTH 32200 or MUTH 35500 Analysis of Music since 1900 or Music History III   2
Sight-Singing   
MUTH 13300  Sight-Singing I
1.5
MUTH 13400  Sight-Singing II   1.5
MUTH 23300  Advanced Sight-Singing III   1
MUTH 23400  Advanced Sight-Singing IV  1
Secondary Instruments
PFSM 17100  Keyboard Musicianship I   1
PFSM 17200  Keyboard Musicianship II  1
Other Music Requirements
MUMC 16600  Career Orientation   1
MUMC 10100  Recital Attendance  (six semesters required)  0
XXXXX  Music electives++  4-5
Total 
 51.5
++Students may fulfill the requirement for Fundamentals of Music Theory by scoring 84 percent or higher on a placement exam administered by the Department of Music Theory, History, and Composition. Students who score below 84 percent on the exam must take the course, and they take the lower number of music electives.

Music Liberal Arts Requirements

Music History  
MUTH 25500  History and Literature of Music I   3
MUTH 25600  History and Literature of Music II (WI)  3
JAZZ 16100 or MUNM 16200  Jazz History or Pop ‘n’ Rock   2
Total 
 8

Sound Recording Technology Requirements

MUMC 14200  Introduction to Recording Services   1
MUMC 14300  Recording Services Training II   1
MUMC 24100  Recording Workshop I   1
MUMC 24200  Recording Workshop II   1
MUMC 24300  Critical Listening for the Recording Studio
(.5 credit times 4 semesters) 
 2
MUMC 34100  Advanced Recording Workshop I   1
MUMC 34200  Advanced Recording Workshop II   1
MUMC 14500  Introduction to Electroacoustic Music   2
MUMC 24800  Digital Sound Production   2
MUMC 25000  Digital Recording and Editing   2
MUMC 34800  Advanced Microphone Techniques   3
MUMC 34900  Advanced Recording Techniques   3
MUMC 49100  Recording Internship   6
MUMC 49200  Senior Project (CP)  3
Total 
 29

Other Sound Recording Technology Requirements

THEA 31500  Theatre Technology II: Sound   3
Total 
 3

Integrative Core Curriculum

ICC Theme & Perspective   
ICSM 1XXXX Ithaca Seminar  4
XXXXX  Creative Arts (CA)  3
XXXXX  Humanities (HM) 3
XXXXX  Natural Science (SC)  3
XXXXX  Social Science (SO)  3
Competencies   
WRTG 10600  Academic Writing1  3
MATH 10000 Mathematics Fundamentals2    0-1
Complementary Liberal Arts3 (CLA) 
 PHYS 16000 Physics of Sound  3
 XXXXX Liberal Arts Electives   9
Course Attributes (DV, WI, QL)4 (3 credits of each)  
Capstone Experience (CP)5 (See Senior Project)  
E-portfolio  
Total 
31-32
Total for Degree   122.5-123.5

1. Students may earn credit for Academic Writing WRTG 10600 by scoring a 4 or 5 on the AP English Literature exam or AP English Language and Composition exam or by choosing ICSM 10800. Student choosing the ICSM option must add 3 credits of LA electives. (For more on Ithaca College’s AP policy, see Advanced Placement Policy.)

2. Students scoring a pass on the math competency will satisfy this requirement. Students who do not achieve a passing score will have to take the 1 credit math course MATH 10000 and earn a final grade of C- or higher.

3. Students will choose a 12-credit plan in consultation with their academic advisor. Concentrated foreign language study is recommended. Additional Liberal Arts could involve a minor, a second major, or study abroad.

4. The DV, WI and QL attribute requirements of the Integrated Core Curriculum may be fulfilled through any appropriately designated courses, including those given in the School of Music.

5. The Senior Project (MUMC 49200) will fulfill the capstone requirement and will serve to synthesize aspects of the Integrated Core Curriculum with the student’s School of Music degree requirements.


 


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