Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science - Music Option
Designed for a student interested in a career in computer science, the degree offers the secondary academic area most of these careers require. In addition to classes in math, science, and computer science, about 25% of the coursework is in music.
Students wishing to pursue this course of study must apply to the Department of Music, audition and be accepted.
Music talent scholarships are also available by audition. For information on the Department of Music application process, go to http://www.wright.edu/music/students/prospective/undergraduate.html.
For questions about the Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science degree - Music Option, please contact the Department of Computer Science (937)775-5131 or check the Department of Computer Science website at http://www.cecs.wright.edu/cse/currentstudents/program-information/bacs.
Music Concentration Requirements
|Music Theory1: MUS 1010, 1020, 2010, 2020||12|
|Musiciabship1: MUS 1510, 1520, 2510, 2520||4|
|Keyboard: MUS 1550, 1560||2|
|Large ensemble2 (4 semesters)||4|
|Applied music (4 semesters)||8|
|Recital: MUS 1000 (4 semesters)||
|1 These classes must be
taken and passed in sequence.
2 As appropriate to instrument/voice and background, as determined by director of bands, director of choral studies, director of orchestral studies (as appropriate) in consultation with a student's applied teacher