Associate in Music - DTA/MRP
Designed to serve students seeking careers in music education or performance, the
Associate in Music degree offers students foundational music training in technical
and academic areas such as: music theory, ear training, sight singing, individual
instruction, ensemble participation, and basic keyboard skills. This degree prepares
students for transfer to baccalaureate music programs at participating Washington
state colleges and universities, and meets the requirements for the statement Direct
Contact your intended transfer institution regarding specific course choices where options are listed.
For a roadmap that identifies the preferred sequencing of courses and other specific recommendations from faculty, please see the corresponding program map(s):
|MUSC& 141/2/3||Music Theory I,II,III||5 ea.|
|MUSC 111/2/3||Ear Training I,II,III||1 ea.|
|MUSC& 241/2/3||Music Theory IV, V, VI||5 ea.|
|MUSC 176/7/8, 276/7/8||Individual Instruction I-VI||1 ea.|
|MUSC 106/7/8||Keyboard Skills I,II,III||1 ea.|
|MUSC 150||Symphonic Band||2|
|MUSC 130||Jazz Ensemble||2|
|MUSC 121/2/3, 221/2/3||Concert Choir I-VI||2 ea.|
Minimum transferable credits required to earn this degree: 101-104 in courses numbered 100 or above with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.0. A course cannot be credited toward more than one distribution or skill area.
Updated June 2019 (Effective Fall 2019)
Program planning is based on information available at the time of preparation. It
is the student’s responsibility to meet with their LCC advisor and with an advisor
at the college to which they plan to transfer for specific requirements. Consult the
LCC catalog for LCC graduation requirements.
Admission to baccalaureate music programs is competitive; therefore, no particular GPA can guarantee admission to any specific program.
Notes on Application to a University or College:
1. Admission application deadlines vary; students must meet the deadline for the university or universities to which they plan to apply for after admission.
2. Four-year institutions may have additional "university-specific" requirements for admission which are not prerequisites specifically identified in the requirements of this degree.
3. Four-year institutions may have "university-specific" requirements for graduation (e.g. institutional residency requirements). Students are advised to consult their destination college or university.