Skip to main content
Close

Tulane's School of Liberal Arts is committed to excellence in teaching and learning. We have moved to online teaching and are monitoring developments related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). For more information, click here.

Faculty and all instructors in the School of Liberal Arts: Please login to Canvas for the most recent announcements and teaching instructions.

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies (60 credits)

In addition to the Core Requirements, BFA students in Jazz Studies must also successfully complete the following courses:

  • MUSC 1530 Jazz Theory
  • MUSC 2300 Intro to Computer Application in Music (3)
  • APMS 2170 Ensemble (1) (4 semesters*)
  • APMS 2210 Beginner lessons (2) (4 semesters**)
  • APMS 3210 Intermediate lessons (2) (2 semesters)
  • APMS 3500 Jazz Improvisation (3) (2 semesters)
  • APMS 3510 Jazz Arrangements (3)
  • APMS 4230/4231/4232/4233/4234 Advanced lessons / recital prep (3)
  • APMS 4300 Capstone Senior Recital (3)

*Students may elect to mature within an ensemble by taking the major ensemble for his/her instrument up to 8 times for credit

**Students are encouraged to take applied lessons every semester; however, a course substitution, one semester of APMS 4910 Lecture Recital Prep/Lecture Recital, is available for students lacking one semester of lessons.

*** It is strongly recommended that B.F.A Jazz students take MUSC 2420 World Musics, MUSC 3340 History of Jazz, and/or MUSC 1900 New Orleans Music which are offered as part of the CORE