Academic Advisers: Buehler; Kraszewski; Pace; Rondinella; Schecter
Effective Fall 2021, admission to the Music major is suspended. Interested students are invited to pursue one of the College’s Music-related minors and/or concentrations (e.g. Sound Production & Engineering).
Students in the music major programs are mentored to excel in their chosen fields through teaching that encourages thoughtful engagement and critical thinking. The music curriculum serves a diverse constituency while maintaining the highest standards in each discipline and is informed by the interdisciplinary collaboration afforded in a liberal arts setting. The Major in Music offers students the opportunity to specialize in one of several applied areas (Music Performance, Musical Theatre, Sound Production and Engineering, and Music Education for students with a declared major in the College of Education and Human Services on their path toward teaching certification. Entrance to either program (with the exception of the Sound Production and Engineering area) requires an audition. Auditions can be arranged via the following link: http://www.shu.edu/music-program/music-audition-inquiry-form.cfm or by emailing: Dena.Levine@shu.edu.
All students in the Visual and Sound Media program are required to complete 45 credits, inclusive of one area of concentration in:
- Media Studies
- Television Production
- Film Production
- Sports Media
- Sound Production and Engineering
|COBF 1210||Introduction to Media Studies||3|
|COBF 1212||Introduction to Visual Theory||3|
|COBF 1220||Introduction to Digital Media Production||3|
|COBF 2231||Introduction to Television and Radio History||3|
|COBF 2232||Evolution of the Film Art||3|
|COBF 2222||Television-Film Writing||3|
|or COBF 2401|| Writing for Radio|
Area of concentration
All Visual and Sound Media majors must pursue a concentration in media studies, television production, film production, sports media, or sound production and engineering.
Television Production Concentration