|1.||Identify and discern between popular musical styles through the development and production of musical works;|
|2.||Exhibit interpretative skills and overall musicianship in a variety of musical genres;|
|3.||Articulate musical nomenclature in relation to popular music styles and theoretical concepts;|
|4.||Operate recording equipment and software in the creation of stylistic interpretations;|
|5.||Apply musicological concepts in a range of musical contexts.|
|Exercise||Applied theory and aural exercises||25%|
|Presentation||Interactive timeline of a genre or issue||25%|
|Project||Application of software, technology and/or equipment||25%|
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