Fine Arts/Music Pathway, Liberal Arts AA
General Education Requirements for Music Pathway
Choose from the General Education Requirements according to your goals and interests and the requirements of your intended transfer institution. The recommended General Education courses for this concentration include the following:
Arts and Humanities:
- PHI:101 Introduction to Philosophy, 3 credits
- MUS:100 Music Appreciation, 3 credits
Electives for Music Pathway
Fine Arts requirements vary depending on the transfer institution. It is important to plan your course selection carefully with both your community college advisor and your intended transfer institution. Choose elective courses as needed to complete the 62 credit hours required of an Associate Degree.
- MUA:101 Applied Voice, 1 credit
- MUA:120 Applied Piano I, 1 credit
- MUA:147 Applied Instrumental, 1 credit
- MUS:102 Music Fundamentals, 3 credit
- MUS:120 Music Theory I, 4 credit
- MUS:123 Music Theory II, 4 credit
- MUS:151 Pop Singers, 1 credit
- MUS:154 Chorus, 1 credit
- MUS:222 Music Theory III, 4 credit
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- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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