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  • Music Education- Bachelor of Music 1

    Music Education-Bachelor of MusicTwo programs, both with licensure for age three through grade 12,are offered: choral/general program and instrumental music program.Both programs include 100 hours of field experiences in urban,suburban, and rural schools prior to student teaching. With successfulcompletion of all degree requirements, a candidate applies for aState of Ohio Resident Educator License for Teaching Music, Pre-Kthrough Grade 12. The State of Ohio has reciprocal agreements withmany other states, whereby a person holding licensure in Ohio, undercertain conditions, may receive licensure in other states that are partof the agreement.

    Majors are assigned full-time supervised teaching during fall or springsemester of the senior year. During this semester, a student teachercannot participate in any ensembles or carry any other academicwork except with special permission of the faculty.

    For information, please contact the Department of Music, 109 PresserHall, 513-529-3014.

    Program Requirements: Choral/General Program(98 semester hours minimum)

    Complete the Global Miami Plan for Liberal Education or consultthe Honors program requirements in the Bulletin according to yourcatalog year.

    Complete department requirements.

    Code Title CreditHours

    Required CoursesMUS101&MUS102

    Theory of Music Iand Theory of Music II

    6

    MUS112 Lab Choir (take twice) 0MUS142A-MUS 142T 4MUS151&MUS152

    Theory of Music: Aural Skills Iand Theory of Music: Aural Skills II

    2

    MUS175 Introduction to Music Education 3MUS185 The Diverse Worlds of Music 3MUS201&MUS202

    Theory of Music IIIand Theory of Music IV

    6

    MUS211&MUS212

    History of Western Musicand History of Western Music

    6

    MUS218 Beginning Guitar 1MUS221 Music Technologies 3MUS226 Improving Reading through the Music

    Content Area3

    MUS235 Lyric Diction 2MUS242A-MUS 242T 4MUS249 Classroom Instruments: World

    Percussion1

    MUS251&MUS252

    Theory of Music: Aural Skills IIIand Theory of Music: Aural Skills IV

    2

    MUS275 Sophomore Practicum in MusicEducation

    1

    MUS342A-MUS 342T 4MUS351 Choral Techniques 2MUS352 Conducting I 2MUS354 Conducting II 2MUS355 General Music Teaching Techniques:

    Early Childhood and Elementary3

    MUS356 Secondary General Music Techniques 2MUS419 Supervised Teaching in Music 12MUS442A-MUS 442T 2MUS456 Vocal Pedagogy 2MUS475 Senior Practicum in Music Education 3EDP201 Human Development and Learning in

    Social and Educational Contexts3

    EDL204 Sociocultural Studies in Education 3EDP256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner 3Functional Piano RequirementMUS261 Functional Piano IV (or proficiency

    examination required)1

    Major Instrument RequirementMUS454 Guitar Repertory and Pedagogy 1

    Minor Applied RequirementAn applied major in piano, guitar or band/orchestralinstrument is required to take four hours of class orprivate voice in addition to major applied study.Recital Attendance (seven semesters)MUS140 Recital Requirement 0Chamber Music Experience (one semester)MUS139 Chamber Music Experience 0Large Ensemble RequirementSelect one of the following large choral ensembles eachsemester except semester of student teaching: 2

    7

    MUS100A Collegiate ChoraleMUS100B Men's Glee ClubMUS100D ChoraliersMUS100Q Chamber Singers

    Performance RequirementHalf recital in senior year 0

    Total Credit Hours 98

    1 Guitar majors only.2 When meeting this requirement, students must complete at least

    two semesters in a mixed (SATB) ensemble (i.e., Collegiate Chorale(MUS100A) or Chamber Singers (MUS100Q). Piano or guitarmajors must enroll as a singer in choral ensembles at least threesemesters.

    Background Check and Fingerprint are required once a year for allmusic education majors.

    Admission to sophomore courses in music education contingentupon fulfillment of the following requirements: minimum overall GPAof 2.25 and minimum GPA of 2.8 in all music courses (including amaximum of one ensemble per semester).

  • 2 Music Education- Bachelor of Music

    Admission to junior courses in music education contingent uponfulfillment of the following requirements: minimum overall GPAof 2.25 and minimum GPA of 2.8 in all music courses (including amaximum of one ensemble per semester).

    Admission to student teaching contingent upon fulfillment of thefollowing requirements: minimum overall GPA of 2.25, minimumGPA of 2.80 in all music courses (including a maximum of oneensemble per semester), an ACT composite score of 21 or betteror total SAT score of 930 or better; completion of the functionalpiano requirement; and completion of MUS351, MUS352, MUS354,MUS355 and MUS356.

    Teacher licensure in Ohio and most other states requires completionof a baccalaureate teacher licensure program, passing a licensureexamination, and recommendation by the accrediting institution.It is suggested students complete licensure exams (ProfessionalKnowledge: Multi-Age/004 and OAE Music/032) prior to graduation.To be recommended for licensure, teacher candidates must alsosuccessfully complete the Educational Teacher PerformanceAssessment (edTPA) during their student teaching. Once completed,teacher candidates should apply for licensure. Details are availablein 202 McGuffey Hall. All costs associated with licensure are theresponsibility of the applicant.

    It is the responsibility of the student to see that all universityrequirements are fulfilled.

    Program Requirements:Instrumental Music Program(98 semester hours minimum)

    Complete the Global Miami Plan for Liberal Education or consultthe Honors program requirements in the Bulletin according to yourcatalog year.

    Complete department requirements; your fourth year semesters areinterchangeable.

    Code Title CreditHours

    Required CoursesMUS101&MUS102

    Theory of Music Iand Theory of Music II

    6

    MUS111 Lab Band (take twice) 0MUS142A-MUS 142T 4MUS151&MUS152

    Theory of Music: Aural Skills Iand Theory of Music: Aural Skills II

    2

    MUS175 Introduction to Music Education 3MUS185 The Diverse Worlds of Music 3MUS201&MUS202

    Theory of Music IIIand Theory of Music IV

    6

    MUS211&MUS212

    History of Western Musicand History of Western Music

    6

    MUS221 Music Technologies 3MUS226 Improving Reading through the Music

    Content Area3

    MUS231 Class Instruments (Brass) 1MUS232A Class Instruments (Woodwinds I) 1MUS232B Class Instruments (Woodwinds II) 1

    MUS233 Class Instruments (Percussion) 1 1MUS234A Class Instruments (Strings I) 1MUS234B Class Instruments (Strings II) 1MUS242A-MUS 242T 4MUS251&MUS252

    Theory of Music: Aural Skills IIIand Theory of Music: Aural Skills IV

    2

    MUS275 Sophomore Practicum in MusicEducation

    1

    MUS342A-MUS 342T 4MUS345 Elementary General Music for

    Instrumental Music Education Majors1

    orMUS355 General Music Teaching Techniques: EarlyChildhood and Elementary

    MUS352 Conducting I 2MUS354 Conducting II 2MUS358 Marching Band Techniques 2 2MUS359 Instrumental Methods- Elementary

    and Secondary4

    MUS419 Supervised Teaching in Music 12MUS442A-MUS 442T 2MUS475 Senior Practicum in Music Education 3EDL204 Sociocultural Studies in Education 3EDP201 Human Development and Learning in

    Social and Educational Contexts3

    EDP256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner 3Recital Attendance (seven semesters)MUS140 Recital Requirement 0Chamber Music Experience (one semester)MUS139 Chamber Music Experience 0Functional Piano RequirementMUS261 Functional Piano IV (or proficiency

    examination required)1

    Minor Applied RequirementAn applied major in piano or guitar is required totake four hours of class or private lessons in band ororchestral instrument in addition to major applied study.Large Ensemble RequirementSelect one of the following large instrumental ensemble,in one's primary performance medium, each semesterexcept semester of student teaching: 3

    7

    MUS100C Symphony OrchestraMUS100E Marching BandMUS100F Symphony BandMUS100G Wind Ensemble

    Performance RequirementHalf recital in senior year while registered for 400-levelapplied music

    0

    Marching Band RequirementWind and percussion majors must participate twosemesters

    Total Credit Hours 98

    1 Percussion majors substitute one-hour music elective course forMUS233.

  • Music Education- Bachelor of Music 3

    2 String instrument majors substitute MUS433 for MUS358. Guitarinstrument majors substitute MUS454 for MUS358.

    3 Entrance to each group is by audition. Piano majors may fulfill theensemble requirement through enrollment in a vocal ensemble,an instrumental ensemble, accompanying (MUS110/MUS120),or chamber music as a pianist. Guitar majors may fulfill theensemble requirement through enrollment in a vocal ensemble,an instrumental ensemble, or chamber music as a guitarist.

    Background Check and Fingerprint are required once a year for allmusic education majors.

    Admission to sophomore courses in music education contingentupon fulfillment of the following requirements: minimum overall GPAof 2.25 and minimum GPA of 2.8 in all music courses (including amaximum of one ensemble per semester).

    Admission to junior courses in music education contingent uponfulfillment of the following requirements: minimum overall GPAof 2.25 and minimum GPA of 2.8 in all music courses (including amaximum of one ensemble per semester).

    Admission to student teaching contingent upon fulfillment of thefollowing requirements: minimum overall GPA of 2.25, minimumGPA of 2.80 in all music courses (including a maximum of oneensemble per semester), an ACT composite score of 21 or better ortotal SAT score of 930 or better; completion of the functional pianorequirement; and completion of MUS352, MUS354, MUS358 (exceptfor stringed instrument and guitar majors), and MUS359.

    Teacher licensure in Ohio and most other states requires completionof a baccalaureate teacher licensure program, passing a licensureexamination, and recommendation by the accrediting institution.It is suggested students complete licensure exams (ProfessionalKnowledge: Multi-Age/004 and OAE Music/032) prior to graduation.To be recommended for licensure, teacher candidates must alsosuccessfully complete the Educational Teacher PerformanceAssessment (edTPA) during their student teaching. Once completed,teacher candidates should apply for licensure. Details are availablein 202 McGuffey Hall. All costs associated with licensure are theresponsibility of the applicant.

    It is the responsibility of the student to see that all universityrequirements are fulfilled.

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