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Degree & Certificate Programs ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE THIRD SEMESTER Professional Selling Computers in Music 1 Restricted Electives 3 3 5 Subtotal 11 Complete the Medical Assisting CCMA Certificate of Achievement and the Associate in Science graduation requirements as outlined in the Graduation Requirements section of the catalog. MKTG A110 MUS A110 (see list) Students are required to obtain a grade of “C” or better in all required courses. Total Units 27 Business Employee Restricted Electives - Select five (5) units from the following: Accounting for Small Business ACCT A100 3 Introduction to Entrepreneurship BUS A240 3 Retail E-Commerce Management MKTG A200 3 Beginning Instruments MUS A140 2 Piano 2 MUS A142 1 Voice 2 MUS A146 1 Classical Guitar 1 MUS A148 2 Studio Guitar 1 MUS A151 1.5 Piano 3 MUS A241 2 Piano 4 MUS A242 2 MUSIC Because Orange County is close to the heart of the television, movie, and recording industries, OCC answers a real need to train performing musicians and sound technicians, as well as composers, teachers, and music-store owners and salespeople. Our music industry programs are designed to give the serious music student the theory, applied training, and performing experience needed for success in the field they choose. Traditional music courses are integrated with music- industry courses to provide comprehensive programs. ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE To increase their chances of enjoying long and satisfying careers in a highly competitive industry, we encourage our students to become proficient in a wide variety of musical styles, and to be aware of the many career alternatives open to them. Complete the Business Employee Certificate of Achievement and Associate in Arts graduation requirements as outlined in the Graduation Requirements section of the catalog. MIDI APPLICATIONS BUSINESS EMPLOYEE CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT This program will prepare students for employment in music stores, record shops, and other commercial music activities. Many opportunities in the business of music are available to students with a broad general knowledge of how this segment of the music industry functions in addition to traditional musical skills. This program is designed for the musician or computer professional who wants a concentrated course of study in the field of computer music. Courses are designed to emphasize the practical application of MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface). Program Outcomes Program Outcomes 1. 1. 2. 4. 3. Prepare and deliver an effective sales presentation for a product or service. Organize, develop and prepare a written professional sales presentation for a product or service. Create musical compositions utilizing standard music production programs that demonstrate competency in the following techniques: looping, sequencing, editing, and virtual synthesis. Demonstrate applications of studio recording techniques. Working Knowledge of basic studio techniques and equipment applications 3. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of basic requirements of vocalists, guitarists and pianists Create and perform musical compositions utilizing a standard scoring program. Course FIRST SEMESTER History of Rock Music Piano 1 Voice 1 Music as a Business SECOND SEMESTER Basic Guitar Theory 1 Musicianship 1 Recording Techniques 1 Course Units MUS MUS MUS MUS A139 A141 A145 A262 3 1 1 2 Introduction to Computer Applications Computers in Music 1 Computers in Music 2 Computers in Music 3 Computers in Music 4 Fundamentals of Music Recording Techniques 1 Restricted Electives Units CIS A100 MUS A110 MUS A111 MUS A112 MUS A113 MUS A115 MUS A261 (see list) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 Total Units 26 Subtotal 7 MUS MUS MUS MUS A116 A180 A181 A261 2 3 1 3 Subtotal 9 MIDI Applications Restricted Electives - Select five (5) units from the following: C++ Programming Language 1 CS A150 Video Workshop FILM A110 Piano 1 MUS A141 Piano 2 MUS A142 Theory 1 MUS A180 Musicianship 1 MUS A181 Piano 3 MUS A241 Piano 4 MUS A242 125 4 3 1 1 3 1 2 2