Joint bachelor of music and bachelor of commerce

Students pursuing the joint degrees of bachelor of music and bachelor of commerce will normally take the following courses in their first year:

FALL SEMESTERWINTER SEMESTER
English course Business 1000
Mathematics 1090 or 10001 Economics 1010 or Mathematics 10001 (if not completed in fall)
Music 1005 English or critical reading and writing (CRW) course
Music 140A Music 140B
Music 11072 Music 1006
Music 11173  Music 1108 
Music 17004  Music 1118 
one credit hour chosen to meet ensemble credit requirements  one credit hour chosen to meet ensemble credit requirements 
  1. Students who are required to take Mathematics 1090 prior to Mathematics 1000 should complete Mathematics 1090 in Term 1, Mathematics 1000 in place of Economics 1010 in Term 2, and Economics 1010 in Term 4.
  2. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the theory placement test. If unsuccessful, students should register for Music 1120 in preparation for retaking the test. Co-requisite: Music 1117
  3. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the theory placement and aural skills tests. Co-requisite: Music 1107
  4. Music technology will give students skills in Finale notation software and basic audio recording and editing. Students should be aware that they will be required to take a functional keyboard course in second year. Students who do not pass the piano proficiency entrance diagnostic are expected to take private lessons in piano at their own expense in their first year to qualify for Music 2401.
Note: Students who wish to deviate from the above curriculum, including students who wish to complete online courses or courses in the spring semester, intersession, or summer session, should consult with an advisor in the Faculty of Business Administration or the School of Music to ensure they do not experience unforeseen delays in completing the joint degrees program.

Contact information

For assistance with course selection, contact the Faculty of Business Administration's Academic Program Office or Annie Corrigan, School of Music advisor.

For additional program information, visit the Faculty of Business Administration and School of Music.