The study of music on the collegiate level is based upon skills and understandings developed before entering college. Some of the music abilities involved are:
These and many other skills related to the theory and literature of music, performance, and music education will be developed during a student's college years.
The typical music student enters college with considerable depth of experience in some medium of performance (voice, trumpet, cello, piano, etc.) and has studied privately and performed publicly in solo and/or ensembles.
For complete information on program requirements, please consult the School of Music Undergraduate Handbook, the Ball State University Undergraduate Catalog, or contact the Coordinator of Undergraduate Programs in Music.
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