B.A. in Humanities, Music Concentration (120 cr)

General Education

Written Communication Competency (6 cr)
  • Choose one college level composition course:
    • ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition I
    • ENG-H 140  Advanced Freshman Composition
  • Choose one second college level composition course:
Speaking and Listening Competency (3 cr)
Quantitative Reasoning Competency (3-4 cr)
Natural Sciences Competency (5-6 cr)
Humanistic Artistic Competency (6)
Social-Behavioral Competency (6 cr)

Program Requirements

First-Year Seminar (0-2)
  • UCOL-U 101 First Year Seminar or
  • HON-H100 Freshman Honors Seminar
    A passing grade is required in the First Year Seminar course. This course is mandatory for all beginning freshmen and for transfer students with no more than 12 credit hours of transferring coursework. This course must be taken in the first semester after admission to Indiana University East.
Information Literacy (3)

CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers & Computing (or equivalent)

World Languages & Cultures (0-14)

This requirement may be met by our World Language courses in one of the following ways:

  • Four courses in sequence in a single non-English language
  • Three non-English language courses (with at least two in sequence) and one culture course taught in English
  • Two courses in sequence in two different non-English languages (totaling 4 courses)
  • Two courses in sequence in one non-English language and two culture courses taught in English.

Concentration Requirements

Courses applied to general education or distribution may not be counted toward the concentration.  Courses counted toward the concentration must be taken for a letter grade.  At least 36 hours of the curriculum must be at the 300 level or higher, including 15 at the 300 level of the major. Minimum Requirements: 30 hours in Music, atleast 15 hours at the 300 level or higher.

Program Prerequisites

Some or all prerequisites may be passed-out of by examination.

Music Theory (8)
Music History (6)
  • Choose two of the following

Music Performance
3 semesters of applied lessons at the 300 level or higher
Choose from Flute, Guitar, Piano, Percussion, Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet or Voice

Capstone Project
Consult with your advisor regarding the specifics of this final project.