This degree provides a strong foundation in both music and the sciences and is especially designed for those interested in pursuing professional degrees in medical fields such as medicine, or dentistry programs.
At least one course other than ensemble or applied music must be taken in residence.
A minimum of 4 credits in applied music must be taken as upper-division credits. Keyboard majors (piano or organ) must take 1 credit of MUPF 405 - Keyboard Accompaniment and 1 credit of MUPF 410 - Collaborative Piano as a part of their 8 credits of ensemble. The remaining 6 credits must be taken in one of the major ensembles.