Jamestown Community College (Music Industry)

Jamestown Community College A.S. Music Industry to SUNY Oneonta B.A. Music Industry

SUNY Transfer Course Equivalency Table
Jamestown Course # Jamestown Course Title Jamestown Credits Oneonta Course # Oneonta Course Title Oneonta Credits Major (M), Gen Ed (GE), Related Work (RW), Elective (E)
General Degree Requirements General Degree Requirements
ENG 1510 English Composition I 3 COMP 10E Composition Elective 3 LA, BC3, H3
ENG 1530 English Composition II 3 COMP 100 Composition 3 LA, BC3, A3, UPPR
ECO 2610 Macroeconomic Principles 3 ECON 112 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 LA, RW
ECO 2620 Microeconomic Principles 3 ECON 111 Principles of Microeconomics 3 LA, SS3, RW
MAT 1500 (or higher) Problem Solving with Mathematics 3 Mathematics Electives 3
Natural Sciences Electives – SUNY Gen Ed 3 Mathematics or Science Electives 3 M3
Program Core Requirements Program Core Requirements
BUS 1500 Introduction to Business 3 BUS 111 Introduction to Business 3 M
BUS 1510 Principles of Financial Accounting 4 ACCT 100 Financial Accounting 4 RW
BUS 1520 Principles of Managerial Accounting 4 ACCT 122 Managerial Accounting 4 RW
CSC 1530 Or
CSC 1560
Introduction to HTML & CSS
Or
Computer App Software I
3 or 4 CSCI 100
Or
INTD 106-108
Introduction to Computing Technology
Or
Microcomputer Application I
3 or 4 RW
MUS 1510 Music Appreciation 3 MUSC 100 Music for Listeners 3 LA, WC3, M
MUS 1520 Introduction to Music Industry 3 MUSC 108 Music & The Marketplace 3 LA, M
MUS 1530 Historical Survey Rock & Roll 3 Music Electives 3
MUS 1570 Music Theory I 3 MUSC 247 Survey of Music Theory I 3 LA, A3, M, UPPR
MUS 1610 Applied Music - Private Lessons 1 MUSC 170 Applied Music (Studio Lessons) 1 LA, M
MUS 1710
Or
MUS 1730
Introduction to Sound Recording
Or
Music and the Digital Studio
3 MCOM 253
Or
MUSC 10E
Intro to Audio Production
Or
Music Elective
3 UPPR
MUS 2520 Practices & Issues in Music Industry 3 MUSC 208 Contemporary Issues in the Music Industry 3 LA, M, UPPR
MUS xxxx Music Ensembles 2 MUSC xxxx Music Ensembles 2 LA, M
Program Electives 6-7 Electives 6-7
Electives (3-6 credits will need to be SUNY General Education-category and Liberal Arts & Sciences specific.)
Total Credits in Program 60-61 Total Credits Transferred 60-61
60 of 120 = 60 Total
27 of 90 required = 63 LA
12 of 45 = 33 UPPR

Remaining Credits Needed for BA

(63 LA, 33 UPPR)

59-60

Additional Jamestown Community College Courses That Satisfy Additional Oneonta B.A. Music Industry Course Requirements
Jamestown Course # Jamestown Course Title Jamestown Credits Oneonta Course # Oneonta Course Title Oneonta Credits Major (M), Gen Ed (GE), Related Work (RW), Elective (E)
MUS 1580 Music Theory II 3 MUSC 248
Or
MUSC 250
Survey of Music Theory II
Or
Music Theory II
3
MUS xxxx Music Internships 1-6 MUSC 397 Music Internships (1-15)
MUS xxxx Music Elective 3 MUS xxxx Music Elective 3
CMM 1510
Or
CMM 1610
Introduction to Communication
Or
Public Speaking
3 COMM 110
Or
COMM 100
Introduction to Communication
Or
Public Speaking
3
BUS 2530
Or
BUS 2540
Business Law I
Or
Business Law II
3 LAW 222 Legal Environment of Business 3
BUS 2570
Or
BUS 2550
Principles of Management
Or
Marketing
3 MGMT 241
Or
MKTG 261
Fundamentals of Management
Or
Fundamentals of Marketing
3
MUS 1610 Applied Music – Private Lessons (up to 2 semester hours beyond the 1 semester hour listed in Table 1) 2 MUSC 170 Applied Music (Studio Lessons) 2
Free Electives - any college-level courses 15 Unrestricted College Electives 15
MUSC 139 Basic Musicianship 3
Any 5 semester hours from:
MUS xxxx Music Ensembles (2 semester hours beyond the 1 semester hour listed above
And
MUS xxxx Music Ensembles (3 semester hours)
5 Any 6 semester hours from:
MUSC 215 Jazz Improvisation
MUSC 216 Pop and Jazz Piano
Styles
MUS 268 Performance Practice
Workshop
MUS 270 Advanced Applied
Music
MUS 280 Music Ensemble (2
Semester hours beyond the 1 semester hour listed in
Table 1)
MUS 370 Advanced Applied Music
MUS 380 Music Ensembles
6
MUSC 287 Music Industry Communication 3
MUSC 318 Music Marketing and Merchandising 3

Total Oneonta 120 Semester Hours

Total Jamestown Community College 103 Semester Hours
(75 semester hours maximum accepted in transfer)

SUNY ONEONTA – B.A. Degree Completion Requirements

As of April 2017, SUNY Oneonta’s general degree requirements are as follows:

  • earn at least 45 semester hours and at least one-half of the major in residence (SUNY Oneonta credit).
  • earn at least 60 semester hours of non-major coursework.
  • Maintain at least a 2.00 GPA in the major and overall.
  • complete SUNY General Education (7 of 10 core areas with at least 30 s.h. total).

SUNY ONEONTA – B.A. DEGREE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS
For Music Industry

(51 s.h. with a minimum of 63 LA and 33 UPPR)

Semester One - Fall Semester Two - Spring
MUSC 139- Basic Musicianship (LA) 3 MUSC 223- History of Rock Music (LA) 3
MUSC 248- Survey of Music Theory II 3 MUSC Elective (by advisement) 3
MUSC Elective (by advisement) 1-3 Applied Music (by advisement) (LA) 1-3
Applied Music (by advisement) (LA) 3 MUSC 287- Music Industry Communications 3
COMM 100- Introduction to Communications (LA) 3 MUSC 388- Legal Issues of the Music Industry 3
13-15 12-15
Semester Three-Fall Semester Four- Spring
Applied Music (by advisement) (LA) 1-3 Applied Music (by advisement) (LA) 1-3
Selected Electives 3 MUSC 397-Music Internship 1-15
MUSC 318- Music Marketing & Merchandising 3
LAW 222- Legal Environment of Business 3
MGMT 241 – Fundamentals of Managements Or
MKTG 261- Fundamentals of Marketing
3
MUSC Elective (by advisement) 3
15-18
Total 60-63

SUNY Oneonta Music Industry, B.A. Course Requirements: Highlighted courses satisfied while at two-year college

Study Within the Major Field: 51 s.h.

Music Theory: 9 s.h.
MUSC 139- Basic Musicianship 3 s.h.
MUSC 247- Survey of Music Theory I 3 s.h.
MUSC 248- Survey of Music Theory II 3 s.h.
Or MUSC 250- Music Theory II 3 s.h.

Music History & Literature: 9 s.h.
MUSC 100-Music for Listeners 3 s.h. Or MUSC 106 Learning About Music 3 s.h.
MUSC 223- History of Rock Music 3 s.h.

3 s.h. by advisement

Applied Music 9 s.h.
(By advisement; see notes below)
MUSC 170- Applied Music (Studio Lessons) 1 s.h.-3 s.h.
MUSC 215- Jazz Improvisation 3.s.h.
MUSC 216- Pop and Jazz Piano Styles 3 s.h.
MUSC 268- Performance Practice Workshop 1 s.h.-3 s.h.
MUSC 270- Advanced Applied Music 1 s.h.-3 s.h.
MUSC 280- Music Ensemble 1 s.h.-3 s.h.
MUSC 370- Advanced Applied Music 1 s.h.- 3s.h.
MUSC 380- Music Ensemble 1 s.h – 3s.h.

Music Industry 18 s.h.
MUSC 108- Music and the Marketplace 3 s.h.
MUSC 208- Contemporary Issues in the Music Industry 3 s.h.

MUSC 287- Music Industry Communication 3 s.h.
MUSC 318- Music Marketing and Merchandising 3 s.h.
MUSC 388- Legal Issues of the Music Industry 3 s.h.
3 s.h. of selected electives

Internship: 3 s.h.
MUSC 397- Music Internship 1 s.h. – 15 s.h.

Music Elective: 3 s.h.
(By advisement)


Note:
1. Students must complete not less than two semesters of the same instrument/ensemble.
2. When using MUSC 280 to fulfill Applied Music requirement, a student may count no more than one semester of a faculty- supervised ensemble. All others must be faculty-directed.

Courses in Related Fields: 21 s.h.
Public Speaking: 3 s.h.
COMM 100- Introduction to Communications 3 s.h. Or COMM 110- Public Speaking

Economics and Business: 9 s.h.
BUS 111- Introduction to Business 3 s.h.
LAW 222- Legal Environment of Business 3 s.h.
ECON 110- Principles of Economics 3 s.h. Or ECON 111-Principles of Microeconomics 3 s.h.

Choose any 2 of the Following 3 Options: 6 s.h.
ACCT 100- Financial Accounting 3.s.h.
MGMT 241- Fundamentals of Management 3 s.h.
MKTG 261- Fundamentals of Marketing 3 s.h.

Computer Literacy Requirement: 3 s.h.
CSCI 100- Introduction to Computing Technology 3 s.h.
Or
INTD 106- Fundamental of Word Processing 1 s.h.
INTD 107- Introduction to Spreadsheet Applications 1 s.h.
INTD 108- Introduction to Database Applications 1 s.h.

Suggested Music Electives:
MUSC 104, MUSC 121, MUSC 126, MUSC 170, MUSC 192, MUSC 209, MUSC 229, MUSC 242, MUSC 244, MUSC 270, MUSC 292, MUSC 294, MUSC 350, MUSC 392, MUSC 393.



Note:
Non-music courses in Speech, Theater, Business, Economics, Computer Science, Philosophy, and Journalism are recommended with advisement.

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