Teachers of Music, K-12

Instrumental and Classroom Music K-12 (9/10)

  • MUSC 111 Comprehensive Musicianship I (3)
  • MUSC 112 Comprehensive Musicianship II (3)
  • MUSC 211 Comprehensive Musicianship III (3)
  • MUSC 212 Comprehensive Musicianship IV (3)
  • MUSC 121 Musicianship Skills I (1)
  • MUSC 122 Musicianship Skills II (1)
  • MUSC 221 Musicianship Skills III (1)
  • MUSC 222 Musicianship Skills IV (1)
  • MUSC 316 Woodwind Methods (1) (fall of even years)
  • MUSC 317 Percussion Methods (1) (fall of even years)
  • MUSC 318 Brass Methods (1) (spring of odd years)
  • MUSC 319 String Methods (1) (spring of odd years)
  • MUSC 325 Basic Instrumental Conducting (2)
  • MUSC 326 Advanced Instrumental Conducting and Jazz Methods (3) (spring of even years)
  • MUSC 335 History of Music I (4)
  • MUSC 336 History of Music II (4)
  • Seven semesters in the major instrument (MUSC 227, 337)
  • Participation in a large instrumental ensemble for seven semesters (231, 233 or 238)
  • Participation in a small instrumental ensemble for at least two semesters (237, 240, 241-243)
  • MUSC 114 (Students in music education are required to have a secondary instrument (MUSC 114).

All music majors are required to demonstrate basic musicianship, performance ability on a major instrument and piano proficiency (if the major instrument is one other than keyboard).

Please contact the Music Department chair or the Education Department chair or advisor for further advice.

Teachers of Vocal and Classroom Music K-12 (9/10)

  • MUSC 111 Comprehensive Musicianship I (3)
  • MUSC 112 Comprehensive Musicianship II (3)
  • MUSC 211 Comprehensive Musicianship III (3)
  • MUSC 212 Comprehensive Musicianship IV (3)
  • MUSC 121 Musicianship Skills I (1)
  • MUSC 122 Musicianship Skills II (1)
  • MUSC 221 Musicianship Skills III (1)
  • MUSC 222 Musicianship Skills IV (1)
  • MUSC 323 Choral Techniques I (4) (fall 2012, spring 2014, fall 2015, etc.)
  • MUSC 324 Choral Techniques II (4) (spring 2013, fall 2014, spring 2016, etc.)
  • MUSC 335 History of Music I (4)
  • MUSC 336 History of Music II (4)
  • Seven semesters in the major area (voice) (MUSC 227, 337)
  • Participation in a vocal ensemble for seven semesters
  • MUSC 114 (Students in music education are required to have a secondary instrument. Those pursuing the choral education sequence who do not have voice as their primary area of study must fulfill two levels of voice competencies; levels of competence in major areas of performance are distributed by the instructor.)

All music majors are required to demonstrate basic musicianship, performance ability on a major instrument and piano proficiency (if the major instrument is one other than keyboard).

Please contact the Music Department chair or the Education Department chair or advisor for further advice.

Last updated 09/13/11