|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Seminar I for Music Majors|
This course will explore a variety of topics including Salem State University and the surrounding communities, the music major, musical artistry, and various careers in music including graduate school. Discussions will include music advocacy and leadership, music and the brain, music education and community engagement, and technology's effect on the music industry. Students will undertake various reading and writing assignments, view videos, attend live concerts both individually and as a class, participate in discussions, and develop a professional portfolio. Attendance at live concerts outside of class is mandatory. This course is required of all Music Majors and meets 2 lecture hours per week. Students should plan to take this course during their first fall semester as a music major. Not open to students who have received credit for MUS 111.