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2009-2010 Downtown Campus Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Recording Arts MS


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►  Graduate School Rules  apply to this program

CAM Core Requirements


Intellectual Competencies


Must earn grade of C- (1.7) or higher in each section

EnglishWriting/Speech


Total: 6 Hours


Mathematics


Select one course from the following list:

Total: 3 Hours


Knowledge Areas


Must earn a passing grade of D- (.7) or higher in each section.

Natural and Physical Sciences


Select two courses from the list below. One course must have a laboratory (4 semester hours).The non-laboratory, 3-semester-hour course can be selected from list below or the MATH list above.

Total: 7 Hours


Total: 3 Hours


Total: 3 Hours


Total: 6 Hours


Arts


Select an art course not in your major. Must earn a passing grade of D- (.7) or higher.

Students may mix and match disciplines to reach 3 semester hours, if desired, or take a 3-semester-hour course from one discipline. For example:

Music majors: must take 3 semester hours in theatre, film and/or visual arts
Visual arts majors: must take 3 semester hours in music and/or theatre, film
Theatre/film majors: must take 3 semester hours in visual arts and/or music

Total: 3 Hours


Total: 3 Hours


International Perspectives


Must earn a passing grade of D- (.7) or higher.

Select one course from the following list:

Total: 3 Hours


A semester abroad in a country where the language is not the student’s native language may fulfill this requirement. Preapproval is required!

Foreign Language


Second-semester proficiency, 0-10 semester hours

Second-semester proficiency demonstrated by one of the following:

  • Second-semester, college-level courses with minimum grade of C- (1.7)
  • Satisfactory proficiency test
  • Completion of a second year (level II) high school course with a minimum grade of C- (1.7)

BS students in music are exempt from this requirement.

 

The master of science in recording arts (MS) comprises 34 semester hours of credit: 14 hours are required courses, 15 hours are electives and 4 hours are thesis/portfolio. Courses must be completed with a B (3.0) or higher to count toward degree progress.

Total: 18 Hours


Electives


Students may take courses not listed here, per approval of the faculty or academic advisor.

Total: 34 Hours


Students may take courses not listed here, per approval of the faculty or academic advisor. Below is the suggested semester-by-semester sequencing of courses and semester hours.

Fall


Total: 16 Hours


Spring


Total: 14 Hours


Total: 4 Hours


Program Total: 34 Hours


The above progression is merely suggested and shows the quickest possible schedule for graduation (three semesters). Students may elect to enroll for less than the suggested semester hour total, and/or enroll in additional semesters as needed. Students can apply for graduation in any semester (fall, spring or summer) provided they have completed the required course work. All course work must be completed with a satisfactory grade of “B” (3.0) or higher. Students should not register for thesis/portfolio, unless approved by the faculty advisor.

Please refer to the master of science in recording arts Web site for additional information: http://thunder1.cudenver.edu/musictech/masterdegree.

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