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General Catalog 2014/2015 
    
General Catalog 2014/2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Music Teacher Education: Instrumental - Wind, Piano, Percussion, BS


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Bachelor of Science in Music Teacher Education (Concentration in Wind or Percussion)


The Bachelors of Science in Music Teacher Education with a Concentration in Wind or Percussion degree is designed to prepare future music teacher educators with a previous background in instrumental music for elementary, secondary, and college teaching positions. 134 Hours are required for the completion of this degree.

Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Fall Semester


Total: 16

Spring Semester


Total: 16

Junior Year


Total: 14

Spring Semester


Total: 15

Summer Semester


  • Elective from the approved list (3)
Total: 3

Senior Year


Total: 134


Senior Recital Policy


All students are required to prepare a program of at least twenty (20) minutes in length during the final semester of applied music. Based on the evaluation of the senior recital hearing (a required diagnostic evaluation of selections from the prepared recital program program) the student, upon approval of the music faculty and the department chairman, will render a public performance. Advanced students may perform a public recital in the junior year. Such a procedure must begin with the recommendation of the appropriate applied teacher followed by the approval of the music faculty and department chair. Students must be enrolled in applied music during the semester of the senior recital hearing. The senior recital must be presented at least one semester prior to student teaching.

For piano majors up to one-third of the senior recital may be performed on the secondary instrument with the approval and supervision of both the piano and secondary instrument instructors.

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