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Renaissance Non-Dramatic Literature), 326 (Milton); FRE 321 (Passionate Extremes in
         Early Modern France); MUS 321 (History of Western Music I: Medieval and
         Renaissance), 322 (History of Western Music II: Baroque and Classical); SPA 321
         (Golden Age: Romancero and the Comedia), 322 (Golden Age: Don Quijote); or, with the
         approval of the student's Medieval and Early Modern Studies advisor, other appropriate
         courses from literature and the arts;
2. MEM 485 (capstone experience); and
3. Competence in French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, or Spanish at the 205 level, satisfied
    by one of the following: (1) 205 or the equivalent; (2) placement into a 300-level course
    through an examination; or (3) passing a proficiency examination at the 205 level.

280/380. Internship: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent Study
Courses 280/380.

290/390. Individual Project: See Additional Academic Programs, All-College Independent
Study Courses 290/390.

485. Senior Project
Independent, interdisciplinary project, required of all majors during their senior year.
Prerequisite: permission of the student's Medieval and Early Modern Studies advisor.

951. Semester in the Arts of London and Florence: see ACM Programs.

952. Semester in Florence: see ACM Programs.

962. Newberry Library Program in the Humanities, when the topic studied is relevant to
Medieval and Early Modern Studies, with the approval of the Medieval and Early Modern
Studies advisor.

Music (MUS)

Lisa Hearne (chair), Martin Hearne, James Martin, Jama Stilwell, Aaron Perrine

Cornell College offers a major in Music within the framework of the Bachelor of Arts and
Bachelor of Special Studies degrees. The Department of Music oversees the Bachelor of Music
degree, with majors either in Performance or in Music Education (see Bachelor of Music Degree,
alongside the Bachelor of Arts Degree under Degree Programs).

The Bachelor of Arts allows the student with a strong interest in music the opportunity to
explore various musical pursuits within the general liberal arts program of the College.
Instruction in a performing medium and participation in solo performance and ensemble

courses are required components of the B.A. Music major.

Major:
1. A minimum of 11 course credits in Music, which include:

    a. MUS 110, 210, 310, 343, 321, 322, and 323;
    b. A minimum of one and one-half course credits in Solo Performance courses (selected

         from 731-793), of which one course credit must be in one medium; and
    c. A minimum of one and one-half course credits in large Music Ensembles (selected from

         MUS 712, 713, 715, 716, and 717), of which one course credit must be earned in one
         ensemble;

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