COURSE REQUIREMENTS

 Code Course Credit
 MUS100 Recital Attendance
(Must enroll each semester) 
 0
 MU 111 & 112/
   235 & 236 
Class Piano (instrumentalists & singers) / Accompanying I & II (keyboardists)   2
 MU 116/212 Singer’s Diction (singers) /
Class Voice (instrumentalists and keyboardists)
 1
 MU 141 & 157  Theory I & Lab   4
 MU 142 & 158  Theory II & Lab   4
 MU 150  Intro to Music Technology  3
 MU 195  The Music Profession   1
 MU 200  Sophomore Qualifying Exam   0
 MU 202 
   & 100
Principal Applied & Lab & Recital Attendance    8
 MU 208  Applied Lab   0
 MU 2xx  Music Ensembles (major)   4
 MU 231  History of Music I   3
 MU 232  History of Music II   3
 MU 241 & 257  Advanced Theory III & Lab   4
 MU 242  Advanced Theory IV   3
 MU 327  Chamber Ensemble   1
 MU 342  Analysis   3
 MU 361  Methods of Teaching Music in the
Elementary School 
 3
 MU 363  Methods of Teaching Music in the
Secondary School 
 3
 MU 364  Ensemble Literature   2
                                     

 Subtotal:

 52

Vocal Emphasis Track - In addition to Choral Methods, vocalists may choose:

 Code Course Credit
 MU 375  Choral Methods  1 or 2
 MU 235 
   or MU 376
Accompanying I
Guitar Methods
 1

 Subtotal:

 2-3

Instrumental Emphasis Track - Instrumentalists choose any three (3) methods courses:

 Code Course  Credit 
 MU 3xx  Instrumental Methods  3
  Choose three (3) credits from:  
     MU 376  Guitar Methods -1  
     MU 377  Woodwind Methods -1  
     MU 378  String Methods -1  
     MU 379  Clarinet & Sax Methods -1  
     MU 385  Brass Methods -1  
     MU 386  Percussion Methods -1  
 MU 381 Applied Pedagogy   2
 MU 383 & 384 Conducting I / Conducting II  4
 MU 400 Senior Recital  4
 MU 402 & 100 Principle Applied & Lab & Recital Attendance  4
 MU 408  Applied Lab  0
 MU 4xx Music Ensembles (major)  2
 MU 434SI American & World Music  3
 MU 462 Music Education Internship  6

Subtotal: 

 28

 Total:

 75-76

Professional Education Courses *

Code Course Credit
 EDU 401  Measurement, Evaluation & Assessment in Education   3
 EDU 486  Reading & Learning Skills in Content Areas for
Middle and High School Teachers 
 3
 EDU 102  Human Development & Learning   3
 EDU 457  Mainstreaming and Classroom Management   3
 

 Subtotal:

 12


*Students who plan to teach music K-12 complete the required sequence of professional education courses

General Studies

 Code Course Credit
 CS 150  Personal Productivity Using Technology   3
 ECS 201  Macroeconomics  3
 EH 103  Introductory Writing   3
 EH 203  World Literature   3
 HUM 300  Any Humanities course  3
 HY 150  The Modern World   3
 PPY 101  Intro to Philosophy  3
 Social Science Choose (1) one: PSY 201 or SOC 203 recommended   3

 MATH 110/112/140 

Math of Motion…/Modern Applications of Mathematics/Calculus I   3
 Lab Science  Choose one (1) four-hour laboratory science course   4
 IS Any International Studies   3
 

 Subtotal:

 34

Electives
   
 XX xxx  Elective of choice   3
 

 Total:

 127-
 128


1. Singers and instrumentalists take (or test out of) Class Piano I & II then take Secondary Applied Piano until they are able to satisfy their piano
 proficiency requirements. Pianists take Accompanying I & II.
2. Pianists and instrumentalists take Class Voice I. Singers take Singer’s Diction I.
3. Elementary and Secondary School Music fulfill the classroom management requirement.

 


MUSIC EDUCATION – K-12



Students who plan to teach music K-12 complete the required sequence of professional education courses listed above in this section and see the School of Education for certification requirements.​