Music Education B.M. (Concentration in Choral)
Degree Requirements: 132 Credit Hours
See Core Curriculum for required courses in Area A1 through Area E.
|General Requirements (Core Areas A - E)||42|
|Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major||18|
|Music Theory I|
|Music Theory II|
|Group Piano I|
|Group Piano II|
|Aural Skills I|
|Aural Skills II|
|Music Theory III|
|Music Theory IV|
|Group Piano III|
|Aural Skills III|
|Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education|
|Exploring Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Diversity in Educational Contexts|
|Exploring Learning and Teaching|
|Introduction to Special Education|
Applied Music (six semesters @ 1 credit hour)
|Technology in Music|
|Diction for Singers I|
|Diction for Singers II|
|Group Piano IV|
|Aural Skills IV|
|Introduction to Music Education|
|History of Music I|
|History of Music II|
|Elementary Methods and Materials in Music|
|Choral Conducting and Literature|
|Secondary Methods and Materials in Music|
|Seminar in Music Education|
|Student Teaching Seminar|
|Student Teaching in P-12 Music Education|
|Recital Attendance (six semesters)|
Large Ensemble (six semesters @ 1 credit hour)
|Select one of the following Options:||4|
|Instrumental Methods I|
|Instrumental Methods II|
|Total Credit Hours||132|
Program Admission Criteria
- All prospective music majors must pass an entrance audition in the primary area.
Other Program Requirements
- See the requirements for all music degree programs.
- See the Department of Music Handbook for policies governing degree programs.
- Must meet all requirements for admission to and retention in the Teacher Education Program, including GPA, field experiences, and GACE tests. See College of Education Student Success Center to ensure that all certification requirements are met.
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