Music (Liberal Arts)

Suggested first and second year community college program of study for transfer into a music major or minor program (Bachelor of Arts) at the University of Nebraska at Kearney Department of Music.

First Year

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Applied Music-Major Performing Area

1-2

Applied Music-Major Performing Area

1-2

Ensemble

1

Ensemble

1

Piano Techniques I
(non-piano majors)

1

Piano Techniques II
(non-piano majors) or Keyboard Harmonization (piano majors)

1

Sight Singing &
Ear Training I

1

Sight Singing &
Ear Training II

1

Theory I

3

Theory II

3

*GS Requirements

8-9

*GS Requirements

8-9

Hours

15-17

Hours

15-17



Second Year

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Sight Singing &
Ear Training III

1

Sight Singing &
Ear Training IV

1

Applied Music Major Performing Area

1-2

Applied Music Major Performing Area

1-2

Ensemble

1

Ensemble

1

Piano Techniques III
(non-piano majors)

1

Piano Techniques IV
(non-piano majors)

1

Applied Music-Minor Performing Area

1

Applied Music-Minor Performing Area

1

Theory III

3

Theory IV

3

*GS Requirements

6-7

*GS Requirements

8-9

Hours

14-16

Hours

16-18


*Choose from courses in the humanities, English composition, speech communication, history, natural sciences, social and behavioral sciences, foreign language and fine arts.

If the above program of study is not available at the student's community college, we encourage students who anticipate transferring to the University of Nebraska at Kearney for this degree program to enroll in any courses possible in music theory, ear training, applied music lessons, (major and minor areas), piano techniques, instrumental techniques and voice techniques.

All students planning to major or minor in music must complete admission requirements as determined by the Department of Music and Performing Arts. Application for admission including audition must be submitted prior to enrollment. Music majors and minors must choose an area of applied music and meet the proficiency standards of the Department for admission and graduation. All new students will audition to determine their performance level. All incoming students, including transfer students, will also take placement tests in the areas of theory, ear-training, sight singing, piano skills, and performance.

For additional information contact:

Dr. Timothy Farrell, Chair
Department of Music and Performing Arts
University of Nebraska at Kearney
Kearney, Nebraska 68849
Telephone: (308) 865-8618
http://www.unk.edu/acad/music