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Dept. of Music

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Dept. of Music

Introduction

With its graduate programs established in 1990, the Department of Music consists of 5 majors: Voice, Piano, Composition, Orchestra, and Conducting. In addition, the department has the 4-semester long MA program which consists of 9 credit required courses and 12 elective courses. The department requires students to do the following: music proficiency tests, graduation performance in the fourth semester, and a research paper. The department's state-of-the-art educational facilities include practice/seminar rooms and musical laboratories for graduate students, in its goal to provide students with more advanced musical knowledge. Furthermore, the department encourages students to participate in and contribute to the region's growth through industry-university collaborative activities.

Educational Objective

The Department of Music aims to cultivate musical professionals who possess artistically creative ability and are able to understand the true values required of a musical professional. Based on music theory and its application, students should participate in and contribute to human development and its cultural evolution. Students are expected to cultivate their total personality, to clearly understand music theory, to enhance their musical performance, and to possess a strong, critical view on music itself. It is the department's goal to train highly skilled professionals, able to contribute to human development and its cultural evolution.

Educational Goals

  1. To train professionals who will serve the community with their in-depth musical knowledge.
  2. To learn more about relevant trends in music.
  3. To exercise critical judgement against others' performances
  4. To hold a solo or joint concert at least once a year in order to improve performance technique.