Music Majors Get Liberalized Program, Can Include Music I
The Music Department has adopted a new program of liberalizing its requirements for concentration. Tillman Merritt, professor of Music and Chairman of the Music Department announced yesterday.
Students must still take two courses in the history of music, but Music 102 and 103 are no longer required courses in this area. Tillman said. Now the student may have his choice from all courses offered in the history of music, including Music I, which was previously not counted for concentration credit.
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