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This bachelor's-level degree program (grades 7-12) leads to Adolescent to Young Adult licensure to teach a single subject (in this case music).
 
Contact Information

James Tipps, Ph.D.
Music Department
College of Liberal Arts
349 Creartive Arts CEnter
937-775-3722
james.tipps@wright.edu

MUSIC
Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.)

The Multiage Music Licensure Program is based on an undergraduate degree in music education.

Upon successul completion of the program of study and passage licensure exams, students are eligible for a provisional Ohio Multiage Music license (#120050).


Course #
Course Title
Credit Hours
GENERAL EDUCATION  

56

hours

Area I

  12 hours
ENG 101 Academic Writing and Reading (4)
ENG 102 Writing in Academic Discourse (4)
MTH 145 Mathematics and the Modern World (4)
Area 2 (select one from each category)   8 hours
History: HST 101, 102, 103 or CLS 150   (4)
Non-Western World: CSE 250, CST 221, CST 231, CST 232, CST 241, CST 242, CST 243, CST 251, HTL 202, RSE 260, RST 261, RST 262, RST 271, RST 281, RST 291, SW 272 or URS 200   (4)
Area 3 (select two courses from different categories)   8 hours
Economic (WI): EC 200 or EC 290   (4)
Political Science: PLS 200   (4)
Psychology: PSY 105   (4)
Sociology (WI): SOC 200 or WMS 200   (4)
Area 4   4 hours

MUS 121 and MUS 122

Music Listening (2)

Music Listening (2)

(4)
Area 5 (select three courses  - lecture and lab. At least one must be WI)   12 hours
PHY 105/115, PHY 106/116 PHY 107/117 or    
BIO 105, 106, 107 or    
CHM 105, 106, 107 or    
EES 105, 106, 107    
Area 6 (choose one course specific to the college of your major - consult major program advisor)   4 hours

CST 242

Comparative Nonwestern Cultures: Music (4)
Additional Courses from areas 2, 3, and 4   8 hours
Select two additional courses from Areas 2, 3, or 4; one course from two of these three areas. Except Area 2, the course selected must come from different subcategory than the courses(s) chosen to meet that area requirement.  

(4)

(4)

DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS 83 hours

Music Theory: (must be taken and passed in sequence)

MUS 101, 102, 103, 201,202,203

 

(18)

Sight-Singing: (must be taken and passed in sequence)

MUS 151, 152, 153, 251, 252, 253

  (6)
MUS 465 Computer Applications in Music (3)
MUS 342 Form and Analysis (3)

Music History: (must be taken and passed in sequence)

MUS 311, 312, 313

  (9)

Large Ensemble

As appropriate to  instrument/voice and background, as determined by director bands, director of choral studeis, director of orchestral studies (as appropriate) in consultation with a student's applied teacher.

Not taken during quarter of student teaching.

(11)
Applied Music

Not taken during quarter of student teaching.

(22)
MUS 100 Recitals (11)

One of the following sequences:

  36-38

Instrumental/Band or

Keyboard: MUS 155, 156, 157

Orchestration: MUS 343

Elementary Music Education: MUS 328

Basic Conducting: MUS 335

Instrumental Conducting: MUS 336, 337, 338

Instrumental Music Education: MUS 323, 324, 325

Woodwind Methods: MUS 227, 228

Brass Methods: MUS 224, 225

String Methods: MUS 215

Percussion Methods: MUS 231

Voice Class: MUS 145

Choir (2 hours)

Chamber Music: MUS 205

Electives (3 hours)

(37)
Instrumental/Orchestra or

Keyboard: MUS 155, 156, 157

Orchestration: MUS 343

Elementary Music Education: MUS 328

Basic Conducting: MUS 335

Instrumental Conducting: MUS 336, 337, 338

Elementary Woodwind Methods: MUS 229

Elementary Brass Methods: MUS 226

String Methods: MUS 215, 216

Percussion Methods: MUS 231

Voice Class: MUS 145

Choir (2 hours)

Chamber Music: MUS 205

Electives (3 hours)

(36)
Vocal/Choral

Keyboard: MUS 155, 156, 157, 255, 256, 355, 356, 357

Elementary Music Education: MUS 328

Vocal Pedagogy: MUS 441

Basic Conducting: MUS 335

Choral Conducting: MUS 339, 340, 341

Choral Music Education: MUS 327, 329, 330

Elementary Woodwind Methods: MUS 229

Elementary Brass Methods: MUS 226

String Methods: MUS 215 OR

   Percussion Methods MUS 231

French Diction: MUS 261

German Diction: MUS 262

Electives (3 hours)

(38)
PHASE ONE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 33.5-35.5 hours
ED 221 Practicum Experience I (1)
ED 223 Practicum Experience II (1)
ED 303 Introduction to Educational Psychology (5)
ED 429 Supervised Teaching: Multiage (10-12)
ED 440 The Teacher in School and Society (3)
EDS 333 Learning Differences: Introduction (4)
MUS 199 Introduction of Music Education (2)
MUS 401 Teaching Music in a Pluralistic Society (3)
MUS 430 Improving Reading Through the Music Content Area (4.5)
  Total Hours in Bachelor of Music: Music Education (192-196)

208.5 -212.5 hours

Total Quarter Hours: 208.5-212.5

Program information last modified Wednesday, 27th November, 2013 @ 01:16pm