2011-2013 Undergraduate Catalog

The Department of Music,cont'd

Bachelor of Arts Degree
Major in Music
Teaching Licensure Option

All students desiring licensure to teach are required to file an Application for Admission to the Teacher Education Program (see page 259).

Courses Credits
General Education Requirements
(Secondary & K-12 majors)
^The following General Education courses also satisfy requirements in the major and the Professional Education Core:  MUSI 207 and EDU 105.  Students should consult with an academic advisor before registering for General Education courses in order to minimize the number of credits required for graduation.
31^
Professional Core (see page 272)
(Includes EDU 397I Methods:  K-12 Music, 2 credits.)
34
Required Music Courses
MUSE 272 Techniques:  Flute and Single Reed 1
MUSE 273 Techniques:  Double Reed 1
MUSE 274 Techniques:  Upper Brass 1
MUSE 275 Techniques:  Lower Brass 1
MUSE 276 Techniques:  Percussion 1
MUSE 278 Techniques:  String Instrument 1
MUSE 279 Techniques:  Vocal 1
MUSI 105 Music Theory I 3
MUSI 106 Music Theory II 3
Four credits of performance ensembles selected from the following:
MUSI 108 Orchestra:  MSUB
*MUSI 114 Band:  MSUB Symphonic
*MUSI 147 Choral Ensemble:  University Chorus
4

MUSI 135 Keyboard Skills I
1
MUSI 136 Keyboard Skills II 1
MUSI 140 Aural Perception I 1
MUSI 141 Aural Perception II 1
Four credits of applied music selected from MUSI 195A, 195B, 195C, 195D, 195E, 195F, 195G, 195H, 195I, 195J, 195K, 195L, 195M, 195N, 195O,
195P
4
MUSI 205 Music Theory III 3
MUSI 206 Music Theory IV 3
*MUSI 207 World Music 3
MUSI 235 Keyboard Skills III 1
MUSI 236 Keyboard Skills IV 1
MUSI 240 Aural Perception III 1
MUSI 241 Aural Perception IV 1

Upper Divisional Juries
Music majors must pass an upper divisional jury before registering for 300 Level Advanced Applied Music courses.  Students must apply for upper divisional with the chairperson at least two weeks prior to the proposed jury date.  Following are the upper divisional requirements:

A closed audition before a faculty committee.  This audition may be performed during the semester, or during semester end juries.  It must consist of at least two solo works of varying styles that demonstrate appropriate technical and musical ability, as well as scales, and other performance requirements specified by the student’s applied teacher.

A working copy of the student’s transcript to verify satisfactory progress in MUSI 206 and MUSI 241.

Upper Division Courses
MUSI 301 Music History I 3
MUSI 302 Music History II 3
Three credits of performance ensembles selected from the following:
MUSI 312 Choir III:  University Chorus
MUSI 364 Symphonic Band
MUSI 365 Symphony Orchestra
3
MUSI 335 Instrumental Conducting 2
MUSI 336 Choral Conducting 2
Three credits of advanced applied study selected from MUSI 395A, 395B, 395C, 395D, 395E, 395F, 395G, 395H, 395I, 395J, 395K, 395L, 395M, 395N, 395O, 395P 3
MUSI 440 Orchestration 3
MUSI 443 Music Form and Style 3
MUSI 499 Senior Recital 1
MUST 394 Seminar:  Recording Technology 2
Total Music Credits 63
Restricted electives selected with advisor approval 6
Total minimum credits required for degree 128

*May satisfy General Education requirements.

Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.

Suggested Plan of Study

Bachelor of Arts
Major in Music
Teaching Licensure Option
Students should talk with their faculty advisors prior to registration for classes.  It is a good practice to visit with the faculty advisor each semester.  The following suggested schedule provides a general overview of courses and work that will enable the Teaching Major in Music student to progress through the degree in an orderly and timely manner.

First Year F S
MUSI 135 1  
MUSI 136   1
MUSI 105 3  
MUSI 140 1  
MUSI 106   3
MUSI 141   1
MUSI 114/108/147 1 1
MUSI 195 1 1
COMX 111 3  
EDU 105 3  
EDU 220   3
WRIT 101 3  
M 105   3
Totals 16 13
Second Year F S
MUSI 114/108/147  1 1
MUSI 235 1  
MUSI 236   1
MUSI 205 3  
MUSI 240
1  
MUSI 206   3
MUSI 241   1
MUSE 276    1
MUSE 274 1  
MUSE 275   1
MUSI 335   2
MUSI 195 1 1
BIOB 101/102   4
EDU 221   3
WRIT 201 3  
NASX 105/205 3  
HTH 412   1
EDSP 204 3  
Totals 17 19
Apply for Admission to Teacher Education Program Spring Semester.
Third Year F S
MUSE 278   1
MUSE 272   1
MUSE 273 1  
MUSE 279 1  
MUSI 301 3  
MUSI 302   3
MUSI 336 2  
MUSI 364/365/312 1 1
MUSI 443   3
MUSI 440 3  
MUSI 395 1 1
EDU 333   3
EDU 354 2  
HSTA 101 or 102 3  
Gen Ed Social Sci.   3
Totals 17 16
Fourth Year F S
MUSI 207 3  
MUSI 364/365/312 1  
MUSI 499   1
MUSI 395 1  
MUST 394 2  
EDU 380 2  
EDU 397I  2  
Gen Ed Physical Sci. 3  
EDU 406   3
EDU 495A   9
Gen Ed Humanities 3  
Totals 17 13
Apply to Student Teach Fall Semester.
Apply to Graduate Fall Semester.
Apply for Licensure Spring Semester.

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