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The MJC Music Program offers courses for students wishing to earn an associate’s degree in music, general education courses for non-music majors, and courses designed for community members. These include a comprehensive curriculum of music theory and musicianship.
Ensemble and production courses include Concert and Symphonic Bands, Day and Evening Jazz Bands, Concert and Chamber Choirs, Masterworks Chorus, Community Orchestra, Guitar Orchestra, opera/musical theatre productions, chamber music performances, and electronic music productions.
The program also offers applied studies in piano, organ, harpsichord, guitar, voice, violin/viola, cello/bass, woodwinds, and brass/percussion, as well as survey courses such as Music Appreciation, Introduction to World Music, Introduction to American Popular Music, and History of Western Music.
MJC Symphonic Band Concert Directed by Professor Erik Maki
MJC Orchestra Directed by Professor Anne Martin
MJC Guitar Concert, Directed by Dr. David Chapman
A.A. Degree: Music
To earn an Associate in Arts Degree in this major, the student must complete the requirements detailed in the Career Technical Education Pathway (p.71) or the University Preparation Pathway (p. 69) which include completion of the requirements below (except where listed as recommended). Students who plan to transfer to a four-year school are strongly advised to meet with a member of the music faculty.
Consult the MJC College Catalog for the latest listing of degree and skills recognition award requirements.