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ASSOCIATE IN FINE ARTS (AFA)

The Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) in Music degree is designed to prepare students for transfer to a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program at a senior college or university. Students will receive a solid foundation in music theory, music history, and applied music performance skills. 
A sample schedule with core music classes is given below.    
(Note: Your schedule may differ. Please use a music department advisor when selecting your courses.)


FIRST SEMESTER

MUSC 122 - Music Theory I - 3 credit hours    

MUSC 137 - Aural Skills I     - 1 credit hour   

Major Ensemble                   - 1 credit hour

Applied Music / Private Instruction - 2  credit hours

MUSC 141 - Class Piano I - 1  credit hour  

ENGL 101 - 3  credit hours  

PHED Elective - 1   

PHLE 120 - Ethics - 3

SECOND SEMESTER

MUSC 123 - Music Theory II - 3 

MUSC 138 - Aural Skills II     - 1 

Major Ensemble                    - 1

Applied Music / Private Instruction II  - 2 

MUSC 142 - Class Piano II - 1 

ENGL 102 - 3 

MUSC 207 - Intro To Music History And Literature - 3 

POLS 101 - Ethics - 3        

THIRD SEMESTER

MUSC 222 - Music Theory III - 3 

MUSC 201 - Aural Skills I     - 1 

Major Ensemble   - 1

Applied Music / Private Instruction  III - 2 

MUSC 241 - Class Piano III - 1 

SPCH 103 - 3 

Math Elective - 3 

Physical Science Elective -  3

FOURTH SEMESTER

MUSC 123 - Music Theory IV - 3 

MUSC 202 - Aural Skills IV     - 1 

Major Ensemble  - 1

Applied Music / Private Instruction IV  - 2 

MUSC 242 - Class Piano IV - 1 

Life Science Elective - 4 

Social Science Elective - 3 

MUSC 299 - AFA Portfolio