Undergraduate Overview

Music courses offered in:
Ethnomusicology, music history, music theory, music technology, performance ensembles, chamber music, individual lessons, class guitar, and class piano.

www.uis.edu/music/
Email: music@uis.edu
Office Phone: (217) 206-6240
Office Location: VPA 62

Departmental Information

The Department of Art, Music, and Theatre includes academic programs of study in the disciplines of Visual Arts, Music, and Theatre. Art offers a B.A. and a minor in Visual Arts. The Visual Arts Program and the Psychology Department work in tandem to offer a minor in Art Therapy. Minors are also offered in Theatre and Music. The Department of Art, Music, and Theatre fosters study in the practical application of various arts disciplines, as well as study in the historical, cultural, and philosophical underpinnings of each discipline. Visual Arts courses are listed in the course schedule with the prefix ART. Music courses are listed in the course schedule with the MUS prefix, and Theatre courses are listed in the course schedule with the prefix THE. Please refer to each discipline’s catalog entry or website for information about courses, degree offerings, and co-curricular opportunities.

Music Program Information

In addition to the Music Minor, the University of Illinois Springfield offers music courses that fulfill requirements in the UIS General Education curriculum, particularly in the areas of Humanities and Visual, Creative, and Performing Arts.

Students may also take music classes for general elective credit.

Our curriculum includes classes in ethnomusicology, music history, music theory, music technology, performance ensembles, chamber music, individual lessons, and more.

Music studies are integral to a liberal arts curriculum. These courses offer students the opportunity to develop skills in reading, creating, performing, and thinking critically about music.

Music course offerings are listed in the current course schedule under the MUS course prefix.