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* MUS-125 required for Vocal Emphasis only. MUS-248 required for Keyboard Emphasis only.
(All 4 Techniques courses)
General Emphasis Applied Music majors must add the following:
The Indiana Wesleyan University Division of Music requires every student majoring in Music and Music Education to fulfill a piano proficiency requirement. This requirement is established according to the guidelines provided by the National Association of Schools of Music, which gives accreditation to college music programs in the United States. Students whose emphasis is not piano should enroll in Class Piano and those whose primary instrument is piano should enroll in Keyboard Skills.
Students with prior piano experience may demonstrate their ability to enter at a higher level through audition. Check the Class Piano Levels table to determine your appropriate entry level. For this option, you must consult a member of the Piano faculty.
* Students choose between either MUS-371 or MUS-372. Students will also need 7 credit hours of Second Applied and/or Music electives, four semesters of Large Ensemble participation, completion of the Young Performer Series recital during the final semester of applied study, and completion of Piano Proficiency (competency through Level II - 2 to 4 credit hours).