Reminder: All Roane State campuses will be open for evening classes (classes that begin at or after 4:30 p.m. local) for Wednesday, Feb. 10.
Students who follow this academic plan will receive an Associate of Fine Arts.
|SPCH||1010||Fundamentals of Speech Communication||3|
|or other approved speech/communication course|
|Humanities and/or Fine Arts||
|Social/Behavioral Sciences (2 courses)||6|
|History (2 courses)||6|
|Natural Sciences (2 courses)||8|
|Mathematics (1 course)||3-4|
|Area of Emphasis Requirements|
|MUS||110||Music Theory I||3|
|MUS||120||Music Theory II||3|
|MUS||210||Music Theory III||3|
|MUS||111||Ear Training I||1|
|MUS||123||Ear Training II||1|
|MUS||215||Ear Training III||1|
|MUS||103||Class Piano I||1|
|MUS||104||Class Piano II||1|
|MUS||Lessons (arrange with program director)||8|
|MUS||Ensembles (appropriate to applied area - consult with faculty advisor)||4|
*Students will complete the remaining six credit hours of the humanities requirement, including one course in literature, at universities upon transfer.
**Students who plan to transfer to the University of Memphis should complete a course in literature rather than Music Appreciation.
Students must successfully complete placement requirements in music theory, ear training, and piano at the university where transfer is planned. Students must also successfully complete required university auditions as appropriate.
This is a Tennessee Transfer Pathway: www.tntransferpathway.org
For further information: Humanities Division 865-354-3000, x4567
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