Assessment Plan: Undergraduate Degrees Department of Music Miami University. APPROVED BY MUSIC FACULTY 18 April 2012

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Assessment Plan: Undergraduate Degrees Department of Music Miami University. APPROVED BY MUSIC FACULTY 18 April 2012"

Transcription

1 Assessment Plan: Undergraduate Degrees Department of Music Miami University APPROVED BY MUSIC FACULTY 18 April 2012 CONTENTS Bachelor of Music in Music Education Bachelor of Music in Music Performance Bachelor of Arts in Music Timeline for Assessment Activities: Undergraduate Degrees in Music Appendix A: Rubric to Assess MUS 161 and MUS 261 Final Examinations Appendix B: End- of- Semester Survey: Functional Piano Appendix C: Rubric to Assess Sophomore Standing Hearing, Junior Standing Hearing, Recital Hearing Appendix D: Survey: Applied Music Appendix E: Rubric to Assess MUS 202 Assignment Appendix F: End- of- Semester Survey: MUS

2 PROGRAM INFORMATION Degree: Bachelor of Music in Music Education Department: Music Division: School of Fine Arts Academic Year: Already in Progress CONTACT PERSON Dr. Chris Tanner Associate Chair Department of Music PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Bachelor of Music in Music Education is to prepare students to be successful music educators by providing a comprehensive program of music courses academic study in music, music education methodology, performance studies and practicum in order that they may become exemplars within the discipline. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Students will demonstrate piano proficiency. 2. Students will demonstrate skills requisite for artistic self- expression in their major performance medium. 3. Students will critically analyze chromatic music within a tonal idiom. ASSESSMENT PLANS FOR STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Outcome #1: Students will demonstrate piano proficiency. Target Goal: All students who graduate with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree must demonstrate piano proficiency. The department s accrediting body, NASM (National Association of Schools of Music), mandates piano proficiency (see NASM Handbook , VIII.B.1.e.). Requisite Courses and Activities: Entering music majors with no prior piano experience are automatically enrolled in MUS 160, which is the entry- level course in functional piano. Bachelor of Music students must then complete a four- course sequence (MUS 160, 161, 260, 261), and pass the final examination in MUS 261 to fulfill the requirement. The department assesses entering music majors who have prior experience on piano. Depending on the results of this initial assessment, students may be placed in an upper- level functional piano course, or they may be permitted to take a proficiency examination. Students who pass the proficiency examination fulfill the requirement. 2

3 Scoring: The department has developed a rubric (See Appendix A) for directly measuring students achievement in terms of piano proficiency. The rubric is used to score all piano proficiency examinations that occur in MUS 161 and MUS 261. Scores from piano proficiency examinations will be kept in individual student files in the department office. Students who take a proficiency examination upon entering the program, without taking functional piano courses, are not assessed with this rubric. Measuring Student Perceptions: The department will assess student perceptions of their work in keyboard proficiency through an end- of- semester survey in MUS 161 and 261 (see Appendix B). Results: Data collected from the scoring of piano proficiency examinations and from end- of- semester surveys will be collated and analyzed by the coordinator of functional piano. The coordinator will share the information with graduate teaching assistants in piano every semester, and will also share the findings at a meeting with the full faculty during the fall semester. Faculty will then discuss the findings and offer suggestions for improvement. Outcome #2: Students will demonstrate skills requisite for artistic selfexpression in their major performance medium. Target Goal: All students who graduate with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree must demonstrate skills requisite for artistic self- expression in their major performance medium. The department s accrediting body, NASM (National Association of Schools of Music), mandates that all music majors demonstrate these competencies (see NASM Handbook , VIII.B.1.a.). Requisite Courses and Activities: Students pursue mastery of this learning outcome through a continuous series of applied music courses (MUS 142, 242, 342, 442). A recital featuring a minimum of 25 minutes of music given in the senior year represents the culmination of this study. Students must pass several barrier procedures in order to be eligible to perform the recital. In the first place, the department only admits students to the major if they pass a successful entrance audition. In this way, the department protects the integrity of the program. The following three barrier procedures apply to all students admitted into the music education degree program: Students must pass a sophomore standing hearing in order to enroll for sophomore level (MUS 242) hours in applied music. Students typically take the sophomore standing hearing at the end of their first year of study. A committee of music faculty members hears the sophomore standing hearing. Students who fail the hearing are allowed one additional opportunity to pass. 3

4 Students must pass a junior standing hearing in order to enroll for junior level (MUS 342) hours in applied music. Students typically take the junior standing hearing at the end of their second year of study. A committee of music faculty members hears the junior standing hearing. Students who fail the hearing are allowed one additional opportunity to pass. Students preparing to perform a senior recital must pass a recital hearing in which the student must be prepared to perform the complete recital. The hearing must take place a minimum of two weeks prior to the scheduled recital date. A panel comprising at minimum the major applied music instructor and two other music faculty members adjudicates the hearing. Critical Thinking Preparing repertoire for performance requires students to engage the Global Miami Plan principle of critical thinking. Musical performance is a synthesis and application of musical knowledge, technical execution and expressive content. The act of live performance involves decision- making in real time, along with continual assessment and adjustment. Scoring: The department has developed a rubric (See Appendix C) for directly measuring students achievement in terms of performance. The rubric will be used at each of the three barrier procedures: the sophomore standing hearing, the junior standing hearing and the recital hearing. Scores from these examinations will be kept in individual student files in the department office. Measuring Student Perceptions: Music education students enrolled in applied music have a weekly, hour- long, one- on- one lesson and an additional weekly, hour- long studio class or forum. B.M. majors (Music Education and Performance) register for applied music throughout the course of their entire undergraduate experience. This format allows for continual, personal interaction between the instructor and the student. As a result, students are intimately aware of their progress in terms of performance. Effectively, instructors end up crafting individualized plans of study for their students, based on the interaction that occurs during weekly lessons. The time and attention necessary to carefully address individual student needs, and the degree of care taken by applied music instructors within the department in order to do so, cannot be overstated. The department will assess student perceptions of their work in applied music through a survey administered to students at each of the three barrier procedures: the sophomore standing hearing, the junior standing hearing and the recital hearing. (see Appendix D). Results: The Performance Studies Committee will meet at the beginning of the fall semester to collect and analyze data from hearing examinations and recital hearings that occurred in the previous academic year, as well as data from surveys. At a full faculty meeting during the fall semester, the committee will report its findings. Faculty will then discuss the findings and offer suggestions for improvement. 4

5 Outcome #3: Students will critically analyze chromatic music within a tonal idiom Target Goal: All students who graduate with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education degree must demonstrate the ability to analyze common elements and organizational patterns of music. The department s accrediting body, NASM (National Association of Schools of Music), mandates that all music majors demonstrate this competency (see NASM Handbook , VIII.B.2.a.). Requisite Courses and Activities: Students pursue mastery of this learning outcome through a continuous series of courses in music theory (MUS 101, 102, 201, 202). The particular competency targeted above will be assessed in MUS 202, which students typically take in the second semester of their sophomore year of study. An assignment requiring students to analyze a piece of Western art music (repertoire to be selected jointly by MUS 202 faculty each year) will serve as the assessment instrument. All students enrolled in any section of MUS 202 will complete this assignment. Critical Thinking Students employ critical thinking skills as they analyze music. In creating effective analyses, students identify harmonic progressions, make inferences as to compositional intent, interpret musical gestures and patterns, and defend their own musical judgments. What s more, students must be able to place particular passages of a piece of music into the broader context of the entire piece. Contextual knowledge that is available or that can be inferred, such as the time period in which a piece was composed, can inform the analysis. Scoring: The department has developed a rubric (See Appendix E) for directly measuring students achievement in terms of music analysis. Scores from student assignments will be placed in individual student files in the department office. Measuring Student Perceptions: The department will assess student perceptions of their work in music theory through an end- of- semester survey in MUS 202 (see Appendix F). Results: Instructors for MUS 202 will meet at the conclusion of the fall semester to collect and analyze data from the analysis assignment and also from end- of- semester surveys. At a full faculty meeting during the fall semester, the instructors will report their findings. Faculty will then discuss the findings and offer suggestions for improvement. 5

6 PROGRAM INFORMATION Degree: Bachelor of Music in Music Performance Department: Music Division: School of Fine Arts Academic Year: Already in Progress CONTACT PERSON Dr. Chris Tanner Associate Chair Department of Music PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Bachelor of Music in Music Performance is to prepare students for successful careers in music performance, or for future studies in music performance at the graduate level, through a comprehensive program of courses in both academic and performance studies in music. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Students will demonstrate piano proficiency. 2. Students will demonstrate technical skills requisite for artistic self- expression in their major performance medium. 3. Students will critically analyze chromatic music within a tonal idiom. ASSESSMENT PLANS FOR STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Outcome #1: Students will demonstrate piano proficiency. The assessment plan for this learning outcome is identical to that described above regarding the Bachelor of Music in Music Education (see pages 2-3) Outcome #2: Students will demonstrate skills requisite for artistic selfexpression in their major performance medium. The assessment plan for this learning outcome is identical to that described above regarding the Bachelor of Music in Music Education (see pages 3-5). The only exception is that Performance majors are required to perform a recital featuring a minimum of 45 minutes (as opposed to 25 minutes) of music. Outcome #3: Students will critically analyze chromatic music within a tonal idiom The assessment plan for this learning outcome is identical to that described above regarding the Bachelor of Music in Music Education (see page 5) 6

7 PROGRAM INFORMATION Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Music Department: Music Division: School of Fine Arts Academic Year: Already in Progress CONTACT PERSON Dr. Chris Tanner Associate Chair Department of Music PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT The mission of the Bachelor of Arts in Music is to prepare students for a variety of careers, musical and non- musical, through a combination of broad, liberal arts offerings and concentrated studies in music. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES 1. Students will demonstrate piano proficiency. 2. Students will demonstrate technical skills requisite for artistic self- expression in their major performance medium. 3. Students will critically analyze chromatic music within a tonal idiom. ASSESSMENT PLANS FOR STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Outcome #1: Students will demonstrate piano proficiency. The assessment plan for this learning outcome is identical to that described above regarding the Bachelor of Music in Music Education (see pages 2-3). The only exception is that Bachelor of Arts in Music majors complete a two- course sequence (MUS 160, 161) and must pass the final examination in MUS 161 to fulfill the requirement. Outcome #2: Students will demonstrate skills requisite for artistic selfexpression in their major performance medium. The assessment plan for this learning outcome is identical to that described above regarding the Bachelor of Music in Music Education (see pages 3-5). The only exception is that Bachelor of Arts in Music majors are only required to study applied music until they obtain sophomore standing. The degree plan mandates neither a junior standing hearing nor a recital. Outcome #3: Students will critically analyze chromatic music within a tonal idiom The assessment plan for this learning outcome is identical to that described above regarding the Bachelor of Music in Music Education (see page 5) 7

8 TIMELINE FOR ASSESSMENT ACTIVITIES: Undergraduate Degrees in Music ONGOING Recital hearings held; data collected. FALL November- December Assessment Reports are delivered at a full faculty meeting: 1. Coordinator of class piano reports findings in terms of functional piano. 2. Chair of Performance Studies Committee reports findings in terms of performance examinations. 3. Coordinator of Music Theory reports findings in terms of music theory. December Sophomore and junior standing hearings held; data collected. SPRING April- May Analysis assignment given in sections of MUS 202; data collected by MUS 202 instructors. Instructors for MUS 202 meet to discuss data from analysis assignment. Functional piano examinations held; data collected. Sophomore and junior standing hearings held; data collected. 8

9 Appendix A Rubric to Assess MUS 161 and MUS 261 Final Examinations Performance Evaluation Accuracy: - Melodic - Rhythmic - Fingerings Not effective Performed with numerous hesitations and/or mistakes Minimally effective Performed with several hesitations and/or mistakes Moderately effective Performed with limited hesitations and/or mistakes Highly effective Performed with no hesitations and/or mistakes Musicality: - Dynamics, articulations and other Musical Symbols - Phrasing - Style - Pedaling Tempo & Fluency: - Tempo markings - Steady pulse Inattentive to musical symbols; does not understand style of piece and phrasing Very under tempo with no understanding of pulse Attentive to some musical symbols; beginning to develop an understanding of style of piece and phrasing Under tempo with inconsistent pulse Attentive to most musical symbols; generally understands style of piece and phrasing Slightly under tempo with an occasional unsteady pulse Attentive to all musical symbols; clearly understands style of piece and phrasing At specified tempo with consistently steady pulse 9

10 Appendix B End-of-Semester Survey: Functional Piano (MUS 161, 261) 1. Class piano provides only a basic foundation in functional piano skills. These skills typically require several years of continuing study in order to achieve mastery. Based on these conditions, I feel that my course sequence in class piano has provided sufficient basic knowledge to further develop my functional piano skills. Strongly Agree 4 Agree 3 Neutral 2 Disagree 1 Strongly Disagree 0 Not Applicable N/A 2. The curriculum in functional piano is well structured, and is presented and reinforced effectively. Strongly Agree 4 Agree 3 Neutral 2 Disagree 1 Strongly Disagree 0 Not Applicable N/A 10

11 Appendix C Rubric to Assess Sophomore Standing Hearing, Junior Standing Hearing, Recital Hearing Technique Fail does not meet the expectations of technique as demanded by the repertoire. Passable, but with reservation meets only some of the expectations of technique as demanded by the repertoire. demonstrates adequate level of technical mastery. Passable meets most of the expectations of technique as demanded by the repertoire. demonstrates a high level of technical mastery. Passable and exceptional exceeds the expectations of technique as demanded by the repertoire and demonstrates outstanding technical mastery. Accuracy (in terms of pitch, intonation, rhythm) does not demonstrate an accurate performance. demonstrates a performance that is mostly accurate. demonstrates a performance that is accurate, except for a few minor errors. demonstrates a flawless performance in terms of accuracy. Musicianship does not demonstrate a convincing interpretation of the repertoire. Components include appropriate use of expression, tone, dynamics, tempo, phrasing, articulation, and style. demonstrates an acceptable interpretation of the repertoire. Components include appropriate use of expression, tone, dynamics, tempo, phrasing, articulation, and style. effectively demonstrates a convincing interpretation of the repertoire. Components include appropriate use of expression, tone, dynamics, tempo, phrasing, articulation, and style. exceptionally demonstrates a convincing and artistic performance, including appropriate use of expression, tone, dynamics, tempo, phrasing, articulation, and style. 11

12 Appendix D Survey: Applied Music 1. My study in applied music is sufficiently preparing me for the various roles I undertake as a performer (e.g., soloist, chamber musician, ensemble member). Strongly Agree 4 Agree 3 Neutral 2 Disagree 1 Strongly Disagree 0 Not Applicable N/A 2. I have made demonstrable progress in terms of applied music study this semester Strongly Agree 4 Agree 3 Neutral 2 Disagree 1 Strongly Disagree 0 Not Applicable N/A 12

13 Appendix E Rubric to Assess MUS 202 Analysis Assignment Accuracy of Analysis Unacceptable Analysis is incomplete Minimally effective Analysis contains significant, numerous errors Moderately effective Analysis contains minor errors Effective Analysis contains almost no errors Strength of Supporting Evidence Assignment is unacceptable in terms of supporting evidence Analysis is weakly constructed, with little or no supporting evidence provided Analysis is well- defended through musical evidence, but alternative viewpoints were not seriously considered Varying viewpoints of analysis have been considered, but ultimate analytical choice is well- constructed based on musical evidence Formatting and Writing Assignment is unacceptable in terms of formatting and writing quality Assignment is inadequately formatted, and contains significant, numerous errors in spelling or grammar Assignment is neatly formatted, and contains a few errors in spelling or grammar Assignment is neatly formatted, and contains almost no errors in spelling or grammar 13

14 Appendix F End-of-Semester Survey: MUS After completing the Music Theory sequence, I feel capable of understanding analyses authored by others. Strongly Agree 4 Agree 3 Neutral 2 Disagree 1 Strongly Disagree 0 Not Applicable N/A 2. After completing the Music Theory sequence, I feel capable of independently analyzing repertoire that I may encounter in future studies or activities. Strongly Agree 4 Agree 3 Neutral 2 Disagree 1 Strongly Disagree 0 Not Applicable N/A 14

4:40 100 V. 5 VI. 5 A.

4:40 100 V. 5 VI. 5 A. University of Northern Colorado 2015 Voice Area Undergraduate Handbook Music B.A. Liberal Arts Emphasis B.M.E. -- Teaching Vocal, Piano and General Emphasis B.M. -- Business Emphasis B.M. -- Vocal Performance

More information

Department of Music Assessment Plan (September, 2004)

Department of Music Assessment Plan (September, 2004) Department of Music Assessment Plan (September, 2004) 1. Learning Objectives: I.1. Demonstrate an intellectual and aural understanding of the basic structural elements of music through the use of the basic

More information

Studio Syllabus Private study of [advanced] principles and techniques of brass performance

Studio Syllabus Private study of [advanced] principles and techniques of brass performance Dr. John Irish, D.M.A. John.Irish@angelo.edu Carr EFA 214 (325) 486-6034 Office Hours 9-10 am, M-F Studio Syllabus Private study of [advanced] principles and techniques of brass performance Requirements

More information

Admission Requirements to the Music Program

Admission Requirements to the Music Program Department of Humanities and Fine Arts / 111 THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN MUSIC (MUSI, MUAP, MUEN) The Music Program plays a vital role in the life of the University and the community. The training environment

More information

PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 4.6.16 Music Academic Staff Bill Derksen, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Emeritus Karen Sunabacka, Ph.D., University of California at Davis, Program Coordinator Darryl Friesen, D.M.A., University of Illinois

More information

Master's Degree Curriculum 2014-2015 Two years of full-time residence are required for master s degree candidates. Students in need of review study

Master's Degree Curriculum 2014-2015 Two years of full-time residence are required for master s degree candidates. Students in need of review study Master's Degree Curriculum 2014-2015 Two years of full-time residence are required for master s degree candidates. Students in need of review study may be required to extend their programs beyond two years.

More information

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Bachelor of Music in Music Education

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Bachelor of Music in Music Education PROGRAM OVERVIEW DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC Bachelor of Music in Music Education The Program of study in Music Education consists of four curricular components: freshman seminar and general education, the specialty

More information

Demonstrate technical proficiency on instrument or voice at a level appropriate for the corequisite

Demonstrate technical proficiency on instrument or voice at a level appropriate for the corequisite MUS 101 MUS 111 MUS 121 MUS 122 MUS 135 MUS 137 MUS 152-1 MUS 152-2 MUS 161 MUS 180-1 MUS 180-2 Music History and Literature Identify and write basic music notation for pitch and Identify and write key

More information

Music. Adams Chair of Music and Worship, Professor M. Shasberger Professors G. Brothers, S. Butler (chair), S. Hodson Assistant Professor HS.

Music. Adams Chair of Music and Worship, Professor M. Shasberger Professors G. Brothers, S. Butler (chair), S. Hodson Assistant Professor HS. Music Adams Chair of Music and Worship, Professor M. Shasberger Professors G. Brothers, S. Butler (chair), S. Hodson Assistant Professor HS. Kim Mission Statement. The Music Department equips students

More information

NMC MUSIC MAJOR STUDENT HANDBOOK

NMC MUSIC MAJOR STUDENT HANDBOOK NMC MUSIC MAJOR STUDENT HANDBOOK MUSIC Table of Contents PROGRAM SUMMARY... 2 GENERAL INFORMATION Accompanists... 3 Applied Music... 3 Convocations... 3 Ensembles... 3 Instrument Lockers... 3 Juries...

More information

HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MUSIC TECHNOLOGY

HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MUSIC TECHNOLOGY HOWARD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MUSIC TECHNOLOGY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES GOAL I: PERCEIVING, PERFORMING, AND RESPONDING: AESTHETICS The student will demonstrate the ability to perceive, perform, and respond

More information

Outcomes for All Professional Degrees in Music Utah State University 2015

Outcomes for All Professional Degrees in Music Utah State University 2015 Outcomes for All Professional Degrees in Music Utah State University 2015 The following outcomes are presented in a format defining four levels of competency for each skill/knowledge set. Since this instrument

More information

MUSIC DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK

MUSIC DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK MUSIC DEPARTMENT HANDBOOK SOUTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF THE ARTS ANDERSON UNIVERSITY 2013-14 Table of Contents PREFACE... IV PURPOSE OF THE MUSIC HANDBOOK... IV HANDBOOK CODING... IV MUSIC DEPARTMENT MISSION

More information

Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years

Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years Page 1 of 6 Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years College: College of Arts and Humanities Department: Music Name of Program: IC Degree Designation: BA Emphasis/Concentration: Option: Version:

More information

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music.

The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. The University of Alabama in Huntsville 1 Music B102 Roberts Hall Telephone: 256.824.6436 Email: music@email.uah.edu The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an accredited institutional member of the

More information

School of Music College of Arts and Sciences Georgia State University NON-TENURE TRACK FACULTY REVIEW AND PROMOTION GUIDELINES

School of Music College of Arts and Sciences Georgia State University NON-TENURE TRACK FACULTY REVIEW AND PROMOTION GUIDELINES School of Music College of Arts and Sciences Georgia State University NON-TENURE TRACK FACULTY REVIEW AND PROMOTION GUIDELINES Policy Title: School of Music Non-Tenure Track Faculty Review and Promotion

More information

SLO REQUIRED PRIOR TO ADMISSION TO ALL DEGREE PROGRAMS IN MUSIC

SLO REQUIRED PRIOR TO ADMISSION TO ALL DEGREE PROGRAMS IN MUSIC SLO REQUIRED PRIOR TO ADMISSION TO ALL DEGREE PROGRAMS IN MUSIC GENERAL SLO (Knowledge and Skill) The prospective music major will demonstrate the ability to relate musical sound to notation and terminology

More information

2. SUMMER ADVISEMENT AND ORIENTATION PERIODS FOR NEWLY ADMITTED FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS

2. SUMMER ADVISEMENT AND ORIENTATION PERIODS FOR NEWLY ADMITTED FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS Chemistry Department Policy Assessment: Undergraduate Programs 1. MISSION STATEMENT The Chemistry Department offers academic programs which provide students with a liberal arts background and the theoretical

More information

Doctor of Musical Arts: Piano Performance

Doctor of Musical Arts: Piano Performance Doctor of Musical Arts: Piano Performance Major Area Total Semester Credit Hrs 7190 Advanced Private Lessons (4 semesters) 12 7xxx Major area electives (ensembles, etc.) 4 7380 Piano Pedagogy courses 3

More information

4.56. Music. The Majors. Degrees: BA and BS

4.56. Music. The Majors. Degrees: BA and BS 4.56 Music The Majors Degrees: BA and BS Requirements: BA: 40 hours, in addition to required ensembles, including specified areas of applied study. See the Catalog and Music Handbook for details. BS: 60

More information

MUSIC. Frost School of Music, Graduate Studies Office. Departments. Admission Requirements. Degree Programs. Entrance Exams

MUSIC. Frost School of Music, Graduate Studies Office. Departments. Admission Requirements. Degree Programs. Entrance Exams University of Miami Academic Bulletin 1 MUSIC http://www.miami.edu/frost/index.php/graduate_studies/ Frost School of Music, Graduate Studies Office Maurice Gusman Concert Hall, Suite 110 Phone: 305.284.2241

More information

MUSIC. Curricula Available to Music Majors. Administered by the Department of Music and Theatre. Bachelor of Music

MUSIC. Curricula Available to Music Majors. Administered by the Department of Music and Theatre. Bachelor of Music Iowa State University 06-07 MUSIC Administered by the Department of Music and Theatre Undergraduate Study The Department of Music and Theatre offers a strong undergraduate music program, where students

More information

DRAFT Proposed Revisions Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Fine Arts, High School Music

DRAFT Proposed Revisions Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Fine Arts, High School Music Proposed Revisions Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Fine Arts, High School Music Prepared by the State Board of Education (SBOE) TEKS Review Committees First Draft, These draft proposed revisions

More information

University of Nevada Las Vegas Department of Music. Music History Handbook

University of Nevada Las Vegas Department of Music. Music History Handbook University of Nevada Las Vegas Department of Music Music History Handbook Music History Handbook Contents INTRODUCTION... 1 Music History Teachers and Topics... 1 Collegium Musicum... 1 MUSIC HISTORY STUDIES...

More information

NASM Competencies Summary

NASM Competencies Summary NASM Competencies Summary Degree: The Baccalaureate Degree in Music Education, a professional undergraduate degree Essential Note: Items below are excerpts from the NASM Handbook. Items 1 through 4 indicate

More information

M U S I C T H E AT R E C I N E M A STUDENT HANDBOOK. 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 A c a d e m i c Ye a r. w w w. p e r f o r m i n g a r t s. v t.

M U S I C T H E AT R E C I N E M A STUDENT HANDBOOK. 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 A c a d e m i c Ye a r. w w w. p e r f o r m i n g a r t s. v t. SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS M U S I C T H E AT R E C I N E M A STUDENT HANDBOOK 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 A c a d e m i c Ye a r w w w. p e r f o r m i n g a r t s. v t. e d u Introduction Welcome to the Music program

More information

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY VOCAL HANDBOOK

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY VOCAL HANDBOOK SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY VOCAL HANDBOOK GENERAL INFORMATION This handbook is designed to provide information about the activities and policies of the vocal division at Southeastern. It does not

More information

Music Standards FINAL. Approved on May 5, 2000. Copyright 2003 Texas State Board for Educator Certification

Music Standards FINAL. Approved on May 5, 2000. Copyright 2003 Texas State Board for Educator Certification Music Standards FINAL Approved on May 5, 2000 Copyright 2003 Texas State Board for Educator Certification MUSIC STANDARDS Standard I. Standard II. Standard III. Standard IV. Standard V. Standard VI. Standard

More information

2012 Music Standards GRADES K-1-2

2012 Music Standards GRADES K-1-2 Students will: Personal Choice and Vision: Students construct and solve problems of personal relevance and interest when expressing themselves through A. Demonstrate how musical elements communicate meaning

More information

CHESHIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT AREA SUMMARY SHEETS MUSIC

CHESHIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT AREA SUMMARY SHEETS MUSIC CHESHIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT AREA SUMMARY SHEETS MUSIC Curriculum Review Cycle Schedule 15-16 Implement I 16-17 Implement II 17-18 Implement III 18-19 Evaluation Subcommittee is Formed 19-20 Analyze/Plan-Presentation

More information

THE MUSIC BUSINESS DISCIPLINE

THE MUSIC BUSINESS DISCIPLINE Music Business (MB) At first, the combination of Music and Business might seem like a contradiction of sorts. On further examination, it becomes evident that the success of any professional musical venture

More information

Music Performance/Historical Keyboard, D.M.A.

Music Performance/Historical Keyboard, D.M.A. Music Performance/Historical Keyboard, D.M.A. 1 Music Performance/Historical Keyboard, D.M.A. Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts / BOYER COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DANCE (http://www.temple.edu/boyer)

More information

Music Performance/Harpsichord, M.M.

Music Performance/Harpsichord, M.M. Music Performance/Harpsichord, M.M. 1 Music Performance/Harpsichord, M.M. Center for the Performing and Cinematic Arts / BOYER COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND DANCE (http://www.temple.edu/boyer) About the Program

More information

The School of Music provides professional training for qualified students enrolled in the following degree programs:

The School of Music provides professional training for qualified students enrolled in the following degree programs: MUSIC PROGRAMS School of Music Dr. Glenn Koponen, Dean Nyack College (Rockland campus) is an accredited ititutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). The School of Music provides

More information

SNOW COLLEGE MUSIC DEPARTMENT BACHELOR OF MUSIC WITH AN EMPHASIS IN COMMERCIAL MUSIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

SNOW COLLEGE MUSIC DEPARTMENT BACHELOR OF MUSIC WITH AN EMPHASIS IN COMMERCIAL MUSIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES SNOW COLLEGE MUSIC DEPARTMENT BACHELOR OF MUSIC WITH AN EMPHASIS IN COMMERCIAL MUSIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES INTRODUCTION The Bachelor of Music degree with and emphasis in Commercial Music is a 124- credit

More information

Hingham Middle School Curriculum Summary. Grade 6 Band

Hingham Middle School Curriculum Summary. Grade 6 Band Grade 6 Band This elective course is open to all students in grade six that have completed one previous year of band instruction, or can demonstrate an equivalency at the discretion of the director. The

More information

MASTER OF MUSIC DEGREE

MASTER OF MUSIC DEGREE The Master of Music degree program provides advanced studies in music education, as well as solo and ensemble performance. Graduate programs in music are for those students who hold a baccalaureate degree

More information

B.M. Elective Studies: Music Therapy

B.M. Elective Studies: Music Therapy Music Theory and Aural Activities Minimum of C- required for MTC 112, 113, 114, 115 MTC 112 Music Theory I (3 cr.) MTC 114 Aural Activities I (2 cr.) MTC 113 Music Theory II (3 cr.) MTC 115 Aural Activities

More information

STRING AREA HANDBOOK

STRING AREA HANDBOOK WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC STRING AREA HANDBOOK Academic Year 2013 2014 For Applied Strings Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Bass and Guitar Undergraduate Study MUS 204/404; 205/405/; 206/406/;

More information

MUSIC. MU 100 Fundamentals of Music Theory (4) MU 101 Listen to the Music (4) MU 102 Music Appreciation (4) MU 109 Class Voice (2)

MUSIC. MU 100 Fundamentals of Music Theory (4) MU 101 Listen to the Music (4) MU 102 Music Appreciation (4) MU 109 Class Voice (2) MUSIC MU 100 Fundamentals of Music Theory (4) An introduction to notation, including a study of intervals, scales, modes, meters, basic triads and seventh chords. Intended for non-majors or students with

More information

School of Music INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. Admission Information. Admission to the University. Acceptance to the School of Music

School of Music INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY. Admission Information. Admission to the University. Acceptance to the School of Music Admission Information Your journey to a career in music begins at Indiana State University, where you ll find opportunities to pursue the road that interests you whether it s teaching, performing, working

More information

Music Education Band C50208BM Wind Instrument - Percussion

Music Education Band C50208BM Wind Instrument - Percussion Music Education Band C50208BM Wind Instrument - Percussion 8/15/14 The following information has official approval of the School of Music, but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree

More information

SUNY Potsdam Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan Music Business Program

SUNY Potsdam Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan Music Business Program Department Name: Music Business Date Submitted and Academic Year: AY 2011-2012 Department Mission Statement: The Crane School of Music is a community of musician/educators committed to fostering a vital

More information

State University of New York College at Fredonia School of Music. Brass Area Handbook. Revised August 2012

State University of New York College at Fredonia School of Music. Brass Area Handbook. Revised August 2012 State University of New York College at Fredonia School of Music Brass Area Handbook Revised August 2012 Brass Faculty 2012-13 Area Coordinator: Dr. Marc Guy Studio Teacher Office Office Phone E-mail address

More information

CHESHIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT AREA SUMMARY SHEETS MUSIC

CHESHIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT AREA SUMMARY SHEETS MUSIC CHESHIRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUBJECT AREA SUMMARY SHEETS MUSIC Curriculum Review Cycle Schedule 14-15 Analyze/Plan-Presentation to CCC 15-16 Implement I 16-17 Implement II 17-18 Implement III 18-19 Evaluation

More information

ART. SCORE No Idea Statement attached (-2) Final Score. Rating. Originality Consider: Exhibits creativity

ART. SCORE No Idea Statement attached (-2) Final Score. Rating. Originality Consider: Exhibits creativity ART Entry Name Originality Consider: Exhibits creativity Craftsmanship Consider: Artist s skill in the use of material Elements of Art Consider: Line, color, space, form, media, texture Composition Consider:

More information

Preface. Department of Music IPFW 2101 East Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805. or call us at: 260.481.6714. facsimile: 260.481.

Preface. Department of Music IPFW 2101 East Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805. or call us at: 260.481.6714. facsimile: 260.481. Handbook 2010-2011 Preface This Handbook is provided as a source of information and general guide to the Department of Music. We hope that you find it helpful. This Handbook is not a contract. Policies

More information

Music Program. American University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).

Music Program. American University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Music Program Music at American University goes beyond the studio, rehearsal hall, stage or classroom. The nation's great cultural institutions are sites for research, internships, and part-time jobs,

More information

Music Education Band C50208BM Wind Instrument - Percussion

Music Education Band C50208BM Wind Instrument - Percussion 11/27/13 Music Education Band C50208BM Wind Instrument - Percussion The following information has official approval of the School of Music, but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree

More information

Transfer of Credit Policies and Procedures. Office of the Registrar. Oberlin College

Transfer of Credit Policies and Procedures. Office of the Registrar. Oberlin College Transfer of Credit Policies and Procedures Office of the Registrar College General Policy Within the limits stated below, College permits credit earned at other fully accredited colleges and universities

More information

Musical Literacy. Clarifying Objectives. Musical Response

Musical Literacy. Clarifying Objectives. Musical Response North Carolina s Kindergarten Music Note on Numbering/Strands: ML Musical Literacy, MR Musical Response, CR Contextual Relevancy Musical Literacy K.ML.1 Apply the elements of music and musical techniques

More information

Bachelor of Music Piano Performance C50100BM

Bachelor of Music Piano Performance C50100BM 8/14/14 Bachelor of Music Piano Performance C50100BM The following information has official approval of the School of Music, but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree requirements are

More information

MASTER OF MUSIC. Program Description. Admissions. Degree Requirements. Sam Houston State University 1

MASTER OF MUSIC. Program Description. Admissions. Degree Requirements. Sam Houston State University 1 Sam Houston State University 1 MASTER OF MUSIC Program Description The Master of Music is specifically designed to develop the musician, scholar, therapist, or educator for a professional career in music.

More information

Articulation Agreement

Articulation Agreement Articulation Agreement Articulation Agreement between Riverland Communit3; College, Austin, Minnesota and McNally Smith College of Music, St. Paul, Minnesota Sending Institution: Riverland Community College

More information

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

Elementary and Early Childhood Education Elementary and Early Childhood Education-1 Elementary and Early Childhood Education Faculty: Beyers, Chair; Ammentorp, Burroughs, Carroll, Conte, Dell Angelo, Eberly, Heddy, Hinitz, Hornberger, Joshi,

More information

Music Education Handbook. The University of Tennessee School of Music Knoxville, Tennessee

Music Education Handbook. The University of Tennessee School of Music Knoxville, Tennessee Music Education Handbook The University of Tennessee School of Music Knoxville, Tennessee 2014-2015 1 UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE SCHOOL OF MUSIC MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM INTRODUCTION Welcome to

More information

NAST GUIDELINES REGARDING COMPETENCIES

NAST GUIDELINES REGARDING COMPETENCIES NAST GUIDELINES REGARDING COMPETENCIES VI. TWO-YEAR DEGREE-GRANTING PROGRAMS A. Purposes and Protocols 1. Purposes. Two-year degree-granting programs in theatre are normally offered within the following

More information

Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years

Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years Page 1 of 5 Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years College: College of Arts and Humanities Department: Arts and Humanities Dean's Office Name of Program: LIBERAL STUDIES Degree Designation:

More information

RPTA Young Artist Auditions will be held on March 11 th & 12 th, 2016 at Meredith College.

RPTA Young Artist Auditions will be held on March 11 th & 12 th, 2016 at Meredith College. Raleigh Piano Teacher Association Young Artist Auditions Guidelines 2016 Purpose: The Young Artist Auditions are to promote the performance of American piano music as well as choice piano pieces by non-american

More information

Graduate Handbook Department of Music William Paterson University 2014-2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Graduate Handbook Department of Music William Paterson University 2014-2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS Graduate Handbook Department of Music William Paterson University 2014-2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS PROGRAM AREAS, MASTER OF MUSIC (M.M.) 1 PROGAM DIRECTOR AND AREA COORDINATOR CONTACT INFORMATION 2 AREA REQUIREMENTS

More information

MASTERS HANDBOOK IN MUSIC EDUCATION

MASTERS HANDBOOK IN MUSIC EDUCATION MASTERS HANDBOOK IN MUSIC EDUCATION M.M. IN MUSIC EDUCATION Admission Standards To be admitted to the Master of Music degree program in Music Education on a regular status, an applicant must have a bachelor

More information

Undergraduate Academic Assessment Plan 2013-14

Undergraduate Academic Assessment Plan 2013-14 Undergraduate Academic Assessment Plan 2013-14 B.F.A. in Graphic Design School of Art + Art History College of Fine Arts Associate Dean Margaret S. Mertz, Ph.D. mmertz@arts.ufl.edu 1 Table of Contents

More information

History Graduate Program Handbook

History Graduate Program Handbook History Graduate Program Handbook Introduction: Welcome to the history department at the University of Miami. We pride ourselves on providing a close individualized training for the next generation of

More information

Commercial Music April 2012 Needs Assessment

Commercial Music April 2012 Needs Assessment Commercial Music April 2012 Needs Assessment Prepared by Elisa Lewis Date: April 25, 2012 Commercial Music 1 Scope Data compiled in this report covers San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, and Los Angeles

More information

Music. Style Additional Requirements Electives, lessons, and ensembles 1 8 MUS 350 Senior Project 2 1-6 Total Credits 37-42

Music. Style Additional Requirements Electives, lessons, and ensembles 1 8 MUS 350 Senior Project 2 1-6 Total Credits 37-42 Music 1 Music The study of music develops skills which will serve the student well in any career: self-discipline, teamwork, problem solving and leadership. A student graduating with the B.A. degree in

More information

Medical Laboratory Technology Music

Medical Laboratory Technology Music Medical Laboratory Technology Music MLT-2990 Advanced MLT Applications 06 Semester Credits Manual laboratory skills related to clinical chemistry, hematology, coagulation, body fluids, microbiology, parasitology,

More information

Mission. Goals. Objectives

Mission. Goals. Objectives DEAR STUDENT: Welcome to the University of Maine School of Performing Arts Division of Music. The Division of Music is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music.

More information

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

Elementary and Early Childhood Education Elementary and Early Childhood Education-1 Elementary and Early Childhood Education Faculty: Kern, Chair; Ammentorp, Beyers, Burroughs, Carroll, Conte, Dell Angelo, Eberly, Galen, Heddy, Hinitz, Hornberger,

More information

School of Music Handbook

School of Music Handbook CALIFORNIA BAPTIST UNIVERSITY SHELBY AND FERNE COLLINSWORTH SCHOOL OF MUSIC JUDD BONNER, D.M.A DEAN School of Music Handbook Undergraduate 2012-13 8432 Magnolia Avenue Riverside, CA 92504 Phone: (951)

More information

SPECIAL MUSIC SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL E-Mail: SMSHighSchool@kaufman-center.org Website: http://kaufman-center.org/sms/sms-high-school Phone: 212 501 3395

SPECIAL MUSIC SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL E-Mail: SMSHighSchool@kaufman-center.org Website: http://kaufman-center.org/sms/sms-high-school Phone: 212 501 3395 SPECIAL MUSIC SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL E-Mail: SMSHighSchool@kaufman-center.org Website: http://kaufman-center.org/sms/sms-high-school Phone: 212 501 3395 Graduation Requirements SUBJECT REQUIRED COURSES CREDITS

More information

*Offered in collaboration with the Orlean Bullard Beeson School of Education and Professional Studies.

*Offered in collaboration with the Orlean Bullard Beeson School of Education and Professional Studies. 1 Graduate Programs This manual is a guide for applicants, candidates, and faculty members in matters related to graduate studies in music. As such, it complements the university catalog. The catalog and

More information

Name of the Undergraduate Degree Program

Name of the Undergraduate Degree Program Name of the Undergraduate Degree Program Bachelor of Accounting Mission Statement This program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to enter the fields of public, private sector, corporate

More information

A LIST OF AVAILABLE COURSES DURING ANY TWO SEMESTER PERIOD WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT OFFICE.

A LIST OF AVAILABLE COURSES DURING ANY TWO SEMESTER PERIOD WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT OFFICE. MASTER OF MUSIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (May also be found in the Graduate Student Handbook, beginning on page 8) Goals: The Master of Music Degree is intended for music students who desire to pursue graduate

More information

Music Literacy for All

Music Literacy for All Music Literacy for All Developing Musically Literate Individuals in Performance-Based Ensembles J. Steven Moore, DMA Research Data How Many Public Performances Does the Average H.S. Band Present Annually?

More information

Music Student Handbook

Music Student Handbook Goals Music Student Handbook 1. To provide an opportunity for all of the students of this liberal arts institution to develop a better understanding of the musical arts. 2. To provide training in music,

More information

Proposal for Self-Determined Major in Music Production and Sound Technology

Proposal for Self-Determined Major in Music Production and Sound Technology RR Proposal for Self-Determined Major in Music Production and Sound Technology I became heavily interested in recording music when I was a junior in high school, and I knew that I wanted to pursue music

More information

PROGRAM OUTCOME. ASSESSMENT REPORT Bachelor of Music Education

PROGRAM OUTCOME. ASSESSMENT REPORT Bachelor of Music Education Southeastern Oklahoma State University Department of Music PROGRAM OUTCOME ASSESSMENT REPORT Bachelor of Music Education Dr. Mary Ann Craige, Dr. Jeri Walker, Dr. Stacy Weger Fall 2010-Spring 2011 Dean,

More information

College of Health Sciences Department of Creative Arts Therapies. Bachelor of Music Therapy Handbook

College of Health Sciences Department of Creative Arts Therapies. Bachelor of Music Therapy Handbook College of Health Sciences Department of Creative Arts Therapies Bachelor of Music Therapy Handbook 2015-2016 0 Table of Contents Program of Music Therapy...2 Welcome...3 Discipline Narrative...4 Admission

More information

Strings. Student Handbook 2012-2013. Manhattan School of Music

Strings. Student Handbook 2012-2013. Manhattan School of Music Strings Student Handbook 2012-2013 Manhattan School of Music Table of Contents WELCOME I. INTRODUCTION TO THE STRING DEPARTMENT 3 1. Your Teacher 2. Change of Teacher 3. Contacting the String Department

More information

Strategies for Success Advising Guide:

Strategies for Success Advising Guide: MIDDLESEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE Strategies for Success Advising Guide: Music Major As a student at Middlesex, you can earn either the Associate in Arts Liberal Arts and Science: Fine and Performing Arts, Music

More information

Curriculum Mapping Electronic Music (L) 4202 1-Semester class (18 weeks)

Curriculum Mapping Electronic Music (L) 4202 1-Semester class (18 weeks) Curriculum Mapping Electronic Music (L) 4202 1-Semester class (18 weeks) Week Standard Skills Resources Vocabulary Assessments Students sing using computer-assisted instruction and assessment software.

More information

DRAFT Proposed Revisions Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Fine Arts, High School Music

DRAFT Proposed Revisions Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Fine Arts, High School Music Proposed Revisions Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Fine Arts, High School Music Prepared by the State Board of Education (SBOE) TEKS Review Committees Final Recommendations, These draft proposed

More information

MUSIC College: Program Learning Outcomes Degree and Programs Offered: Student Organizations/Clubs:

MUSIC College: Program Learning Outcomes Degree and Programs Offered: Student Organizations/Clubs: MUSIC UW-PARKSIDE 2015-17 CATALOG College: Arts and Humanities Degree and Programs Offered: Bachelor of Arts Major - Music Minor - Music Certificate - Piano Pedagogy and Literature Student Organizations/Clubs:

More information

STUDENT HANDBOOK 2014-15

STUDENT HANDBOOK 2014-15 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne Department of Music www.ipfw.edu/music STUDENT HANDBOOK 2014-15 This handbook sets forth the policies and procedures currently in place for the IPFW Department

More information

2015-16 MUSIC HANDBOOK. School of Music, Theatre, and Dance Anderson University

2015-16 MUSIC HANDBOOK. School of Music, Theatre, and Dance Anderson University 2015-16 MUSIC HANDBOOK School of Music, Theatre, and Dance Anderson University Contents Music Division Mission Statement... 3 Values... 3 Purpose of the Handbook... 4 Advising and Special Admission Procedures...

More information

Music Student Handbook

Music Student Handbook Music Student Handbook UNC Pembroke 2015-2016 August 2015 Welcome to the UNCP Music Department! If you have a goal for your career in music, we can help you move toward that goal. If you don t have a goal,

More information

Music. Madison Public Schools Madison, Connecticut

Music. Madison Public Schools Madison, Connecticut Music Madison Public Schools Madison, Connecticut Dear Interested Reader: The following document is the Madison Public Schools Music Curriculum Guide. If you plan to use the whole or any parts of this

More information

INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND SAMPLE PROGRAM OF STUDY FORMS

INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND SAMPLE PROGRAM OF STUDY FORMS INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND SAMPLE PROGRAM OF STUDY FORMS Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts School of Business and Economics School of Continuing Studies College of Health Sciences College of Liberal

More information

Unit Overview Template. Learning Targets

Unit Overview Template. Learning Targets ENGAGING STUDENTS FOSTERING ACHIEVEMENT CULTIVATING 21 ST CENTURY GLOBAL SKILLS Content Area: Orchestra Unit Title: Music Literacy / History Comprehension Target Course/Grade Level: 3 & 4 Unit Overview

More information

DEPARTMENT OF ART MISSION VISUAL ARTS MAJOR PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

DEPARTMENT OF ART MISSION VISUAL ARTS MAJOR PROGRAM OBJECTIVES DEPARTMENT OF ART MISSION As an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, the Lander University Department of Art is committed to offering a thought-provoking and challenging

More information

Music Student Handbook

Music Student Handbook Music Student Handbook Department of Music Division of Arts and Humanities University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 2011 Edition CONTENTS Welcome and Mission Statement 3 General Information Student Responsibilities

More information

Immaculata University Department of Music Equivalency Program in Music Therapy A Cooperative Program with West Chester University

Immaculata University Department of Music Equivalency Program in Music Therapy A Cooperative Program with West Chester University Department of Music Equivalency Program in Music Therapy A Cooperative Program with West Chester University The equivalency program in music therapy at provides students enrolled in music degree programs

More information

MUS 173 THEORY I ELEMENTARY WRITTEN THEORY. (2) The continuation of the work of MUS 171. Lecture, three hours. Prereq: MUS 171.

MUS 173 THEORY I ELEMENTARY WRITTEN THEORY. (2) The continuation of the work of MUS 171. Lecture, three hours. Prereq: MUS 171. 001 RECITAL ATTENDANCE. (0) The course will consist of attendance at recitals. Each freshman and sophomore student must attend a minimum of 16 concerts per semester (for a total of four semesters), to

More information

NASM. AEC NASM Statement on the Characteristics for Quality Assurance in the Field of Music

NASM. AEC NASM Statement on the Characteristics for Quality Assurance in the Field of Music AEC NASM Statement on the Characteristics for Quality Assurance in the Field of Music for the 2005 Bergen Meeting for European Ministers of Education in the framework of the Bologna Process NASM NATIONAL

More information

B.M.: Concentrations in Music Performance Academic Plan of Study College of Arts + Architecture Department of Music music.uncc.edu

B.M.: Concentrations in Music Performance Academic Plan of Study College of Arts + Architecture Department of Music music.uncc.edu B.M.: Concentrations in Performance (pages 1-5) and Music (pages 6-10) B.M.: Concentrations in Music Performance Academic Plan of Study College of Arts + Architecture Department of Music music.uncc.edu

More information

Name of the Undergraduate Degree Program

Name of the Undergraduate Degree Program Name of the Undergraduate Degree Program Bachelor of Business Administration - Management Information Systems Mission Statement The Unit s mission is to create enduring educational value for our students,

More information

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS Dr. John C. Gaston, Dean 2273 Fine Arts Building

COLLEGE OF THE ARTS Dr. John C. Gaston, Dean 2273 Fine Arts Building COLLEGE OF THE ARTS Dr. John C. Gaston, Dean 2273 Fine Arts Building The College of the Arts at Valdosta State University includes the Department of Art, the Department of Communication Arts, and the Department

More information

UNIT DESCRIPTIONS: BACHELOR OF MUSIC (CMP) STAGE 1: FOUNDATION STAGE (TRIMESTER 1)

UNIT DESCRIPTIONS: BACHELOR OF MUSIC (CMP) STAGE 1: FOUNDATION STAGE (TRIMESTER 1) STAGE 1: FOUNDATION STAGE (TRIMESTER 1) COMPOSITION & MUSIC PRODUCTION 1 (A2CM1) Develops foundation concepts and skills for organising musical ideas, and standard production techniques for converting

More information

THEORY AND COMPOSITION (MTC)

THEORY AND COMPOSITION (MTC) University of Miami Academic Bulletin 1 THEORY AND COMPOSITION (MTC) MTC 101. Composition I. 2 Credit Course covers elementary principles of composition; class performance of composition projects is also

More information

MUSIC SCHOOL OF ARTS AND COMMUNICATION Dean Vacant, Office 702B, 619-482-6372

MUSIC SCHOOL OF ARTS AND COMMUNICATION Dean Vacant, Office 702B, 619-482-6372 Mexican-American History (MAS 141 142) fulfills the American Institutions requirement at San Diego State University and most other campuses of the California State University and Colleges System. DEGREE/CERTIFICATE

More information