MUSC1610: Music Theory I: 4.0 semester credit hours
This is exactly what you need! It will help you understand notation, rhythm, meter, scales, keys, intervals, triads, seventh chords, inversion and figured bass. You’ll also spend time working on sight singing, dictation and keyboard theory skills. Music Theory I content is also offered in two separate 2-credit individual instruction modules—MUSC1611 and MUSC1612.
MUSC1620: Music Theory II: 4.0 semester credit hours
How did composers of the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods handle composition? You will focus on chord progressions, cadences, harmonization, and form and learn their time-honored methods!
MUSC1630: Music Theory III and MUSC1640: Music Theory IV: 4.0 semester credit hours
Continue working on advanced theory concepts such as secondary dominants, diminished sevenths, augmented sixths, 9th, 11th, and 13th chords, and chromatic harmony.