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Bachelor of Music Education-Instrumental (K-12) B.M.Ed.

Contact

  • Dr. Craig Young
    Professor, Instrumental Music
    Bandhall
    cyoung@mc.edu
    601.925.3439

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Music Education (K-12) Instrumental

Requirement

Class Name

Hours

University Core

 

 

43

Music Core

 

 

37

MUS 050

Seminar in Music Education

0

MUS 204

Introduction to Music Education

1

EDU 299

Pre-Teaching Field Experience

1

EDU 300

Introduction to Education

3

EDU 304

Educational Psychology

3

EDU 403

Measurement and Evaluation of Student Progress

3

PSY 435

Psychology of Exceptional Children

3

EDU 460

Managing the Secondary Classroom

3

EDU 471-74

Directed Teaching in K-12

12

MUS 323

Music Education in the Elementary School

3

MUS 327

Instrumental Music Education Junior & Senior High School

3

MUS 328

Marching Band Techniques

2

 

Applied Music

 

 

26

MUS 055

Performance Lab

0

 

Major Instrument

14

 

Piano

4

 

Choir (required for 1 semester)

0

 

Band (required each semester except teaching semester)

0

MUS 099

Senior Recital

0

 

Class Instruments

 

 

8

MUS 273

Woodwind Instruments Class

2

MUS 283

Brass Instruments Class

2

MUS 343

String Instruments Class

2

MUS 393

Percussion Instruments Class

2

 

Music Theory and History

 

 

32

MUS 101

Theory I

2

MUS 102

Theory II

2

MUS 105

Aural Skills I

2

MUS 106

Aural Skills II

2

MUS 201

Theory III

2

MUS 202

Theory IV: Form and Analysis

2

MUS 205

Aural Skills III

2

MUS 206

Aural Skills IV

2

MUS 209

Intro to Music Technology

3

MUS 257

Music History I

2

MUS 258

Music History II

2

MUS 348

Music History III

2

MUS 316

Post-tonal Theories

3

MUS 324

Instrument Conducting

2

MUS 437

Instrumental Literature

2

Total Hours

 

 

138

Note(s)

PSY 201 - Introduction to Psychology (General Psychology) and SOC 205 - Sociology: An Introduction in Global Context are suggested courses to meet the Social Sciences requirement for the University Core.

PHY 104 - Physics for Today is recommended for the 3-hour lecture science course in the University Core science requirement.

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