ADVISING GUIDES

Download the 2016-2017 Official FAMIS Advising Guide.

Music Industry Studies (BS)

2016-2017 Degree Program
BUSINESS TRACKS GUIDE
TECH/SKILLS TRACKS GUIDE
ELECTIVE TRACK GUIDE
2015-2016 Degree Program
TECH/SKILLS TRACKS GUIDE
ELECTIVE TRACK GUIDE
2014-2015 Degree Program
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES ELECTIVES
MUSIC/TECH ELECTIVES
MUIN ELECTIVE

Music Industry Studies (BM)

2016-2017 Degree Program
Music/Tech Electives
MUTH ELECTIVE
2015-2016 Degree Program
MUGN MUSIC/TECH ELECTIVES
MUIN ELECTIVE
MUTH ELECTIVE
2014-2015 Degree Program
MUGN MUSIC/TECH ELECTIVES
MUIN ELECTIVE

Popular & Commercial Music (BS)

2016-2017 Degree Program
2015-2016 Degree Program
MU HISTORY ELECTIVES
CRAFT/SKILLS TRACK
The 2015-2016 Craft/Skills Track has the same requirements as the 2016-2017 Tech/Skills Track in the MIS (BS) degree.
MUTH ELECTIVE
STYLE & PRACTICE
MUPC-M303 Style and Practice of Popular Music III and MUPC-M304 Style and Practice of Popular Music IV have been discontinued and will not longer be offered. We strongly recommend shifting to the 2016-2017 PCM (BS) program.

Digital Filmmaking (BFA)

2016-2017 Degree Program
FILM STUDIES/PRODUCTION ELECTIVES
2015-2016 Degree Program
FILM STUDIES/PRODUCTION ELECTIVES
COURSE RENUMBERINGS

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