A Specialized Study Program represents an organized curriculum that enhances or complements the degree to be awarded. Only fully admitted students in declared music degree programs may participate in Specialized Studies in the College of Music. Inasmuch as programs may have special requirements or prerequisites, students must contact the designated faculty advisor before beginning any Specialized Studies sequence. Upon completion of a Specialized Study program, students receive a "Recognition of Completion" document; however, such programs are not indicated on University transcripts or diplomas. Additional information is available in 204C HMU (644-4833).
Specialized Studies Program - Jazz Studies
Program Supervisor: Mr. Leon Anderson - 093 HMU (850)-644-1048
|Course Code||Hours (17)||Course Title|
|MUH 4801||2||History of Jazz (1890 - 1950)|
|MUH 4802||2||History of Jazz (1950 - present)|
|MUE 4481||1||Jazz Ensemble Techniques|
|MUT 3353||3||Jazz Theory/ Arranging I (MUE 4481 and MUT 2117 are prerequisite)|
|MUT 3354||3||Jazz Theory/Arranging II|
|MUT 3641||1||Jazz Improvisation I|
|MUT 3642||1||Jazz Improvisation II|
|MUN 2710/4713||1-1-1-1||Jazz Ensemble (4 hours required)|
Contact the Program Supervisor regarding specific entrance requirements.