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Course of Study Program 2

Music Education Program 2

30 credits

Education Courses

 

Course NoTitleCreditsPrereqCoreq
MUSED 677 Methods of Teaching Instrumental Music in 
Grades pre-K–12 (45 hrs plus 18 hours of 
fieldwork)
2 SEDF 704 or SEDF 704
MUSED 678
Methods of Teaching Vocal and General Music in Grades pre-K-12 (45 hours plus 18 hours of fieldwork)
2
MUSED 677

Plus


SEDC 776.10 Practicum in Music, Grades Pre-K-6 (30 hrs + conferences) 2 MUSED 678
Or
SEDC 776.20 Practicum in Music, Grades 7-12 
(30 hrs + conferences)
2 MUSED 678

Music Department Courses

Course No Title Credits Prereq
MUS 724 Advanced Study in Musical Theory 1 3
MUS 725 Advanced Study in Musical Theory 2 3
MUS 751 Advanced Study in Musical History 1 3
MUS 752 Advanced Studies in Music History 2 3
MUS 779 World Music Education 3
Take 4 credits from the following, in consultation with the Director of Music Education
MUS 641*
Strings
1

MUS 643*
Woodwinds
1

MUS 645*
Brass
1

MUS 647*
Percussion
1

MUS 649*
Piano Skills for Teachers
1

MUS 651
Conducting
1

MUS 681 Private Lessons in Instrument or Voice 1 1
MUS 682 Private Lessons in Instrument or Voice 2 1
MUS 683 Private Lessons in Instrument or Voice 3 1
MUS 684 Private Lessons in Instrument or Voice 4 1
MUS 710 Hunter Symphony 1
MUS 711 College Choir 1
MUS 713 Chamber Music Workshop 1
MUS 714 Chamber Singers 1
MUS 715 Jazz Ensemble 1
MUS 716 Jazz Vocal Workshop 1

Culminating Experiences



Professional teaching portfolio
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* Students who have studied these subjects at the undergraduate level may be exempted from these requirements.
** Please note that students admitted to the program must take a proficiency examination during the first two semesters of matriculation in order to remain in the program. This examination will test competence in music theory, music history and literature and applied skills. Deficiencies revealed by the proficiency examination must be made up by studying the relevant subject matter and passing a reexamination. The proficiency examination requirement must be fulfilled before a student may proceed beyond 18 credits.

 

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