Music Theory and Composition
In Music Theory I (MUSI 2328) students study harmony, phrase structure and chord progressions, and gain skills in analysis, part writing, sight-singing and ear training. A knowledge of music fundamentals is required. In Music Theory II (MUSI 3342) students study more advanced harmonies and larger compositional structures.
For more information about music theory courses, contact Michael McVay.
Students interested in music composition in a technological setting should take Creating Music (MUSI 4348), which offers studies in the techniques of composition and songwriting. For more information, contact Mary Medrick.