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The Department of Music offers programs leading toward the Bachelor of Music (BM) degree in four major fields of Music Education: General Studies with Teacher Certification; Performance; Commercial Music; and Theory and Composition. The Department also offers a Minor in Music with three options/tracks: Applied, Performance, or Commercial/Recording. Students should choose one option.
Limits on Undergraduate Music Course Enrollment for Music Majors
Music Majors may enroll in undergraduate music classes a maximum of three (3) times. Exemptions will only be granted in cases of extreme hardship at the discretion of the chair.
A student may enroll more than three times in a variable-topic, studio, performance, workshop, or other course that is identified as "may be repeated for credit."A student may enroll in a course designated as variable-topic, studio, performance, workshop, or other course that is identified as "may be repeated for credit" in which he or she has unresolved grade of I (Incomplete).
Students enrolled in "Pre-Major" Individual Instruction MUSA 1290, Voice Class MUSA 1274, or MUSA 2280, Intermediate Class Guitar may only take those courses a maximum of two times.
Students enrolled in MUSA 1195 must attempt entry to Upper Level lessons through a barrier jury after the fourth semester of study in MUSA 1195. Students have a maximum of two attempts to successfully pass the barrier jury and gain entry into upper level lessons.
Bachelor of Music
- Bachelor of Music, Commercial Music
- Bachelor of Music, General
- Bachelor of Music, Performance
- Bachelor of Music, Theory & Composition
Minor in Music (Choose one Option)
CHAIR: Dr. Lowell Graham
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Education: DMA, University of North Texas
Research Interests: Recording wind bands, Promoting the development of the wind band repertoire, teaching of conducting
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Education: BA, University of Northern Colorado; MA, University of Northern Colorado; Doctor of Musical Arts -- DMA, The Catholic University of America in Washington
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Education: BM (Bachelor of Music), Northern Arizona University; MM (Master of Music), The University of Miami; Ph D, The University of Arizona
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Education: Ph D, University of Arizona
Research Interests: Latin American Piano Music, Tango, Academic Tangos, Szymanowski, Piano Pedagogy, Group Piano Teaching
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Education: BM - Bachelor of Music, University of Illinois; MM - Master of Music, University of Illinois; DMA - Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Arizona
Research Interests: Spain, Nationalism, Folk Music, Ethnomusicology, Piano, Piano Literature, Piano Repertoire, Piano Pedagogy
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Education: Doctorate of Musical Arts, University of Souther California
Research Interests: adapting individual teaching techniques to teach fundamentals to ensembles through the use of "vocal function sounds", how to assist emerging singers & other musicians in online self-promotion
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Education: Bachelor of Music, University of North Texas; Master of Music, University of Arizona; Doctor of Musical Arts, The University of Arizona
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Education: BS, University of Illinois; Master of Music (MM), Wichita State University; Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA), University of Illinois
Adjoint Assistant Professor
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Education: Bachelor of Music, Virginia Commonwealth University; Master of Music Performance, Virginia Commonwealth University; Post baccalaureate Certification Program, Texas State University
Research Interests: Early jazz saxophone soloists
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Education: Bachelor of Music, Arizona State University; Master of Music, Indiana University; Master of Occupational Therapy, University of Texas at El Paso
Visiting Assistant Professors
Juanita Newland Ulloa
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Education: BA, Yale University; MA, UC Berkeley; Doctoral of Arts D.A. (AM PHD CANDIDATE-MAY 2016 GRADUATION), University of Northern Colorado
Research Interests: Mexican Song & Rhythms, Mariachi, Boleros, Spanish Song, Flamenco, Arab influenced Southern Spain, Cuban Song and Rhythms; Songs of world cultures, Diverse European Song Literature and Music History.
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Education: Master of Music, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music; Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music