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3000 Level Courses

3311. Curriculum and Instruction in Education and Music (3). Prerequisite: MUAP 3206 (track appropriate section). Foundations, patterns, and issues in music curriculum development. Special emphasis on adolescent musicians. Transfer and application to the discipline of music. Field experiences required.

3312. Methods in Education and Music (3). Prerequisites: MUED 3311, junior standing, and acceptance to teacher education program. Foundations of teaching techniques, evaluation, and classroom management. Application to the discipline of music. Field experiences required.

3000 Level Courses

4315. Integrating Instructional Technology into Learning and Teaching Music (3). Prerequisite: Music majors only. Corequisite: MUED 3311. Introduces music teacher candidates to current instructional technology with integration strategies based on specified learning theories.

4323. Teaching in the Music Classroom: Diversity, Equity, and Excellence (3). Prerequisite: Music majors only. Corequisite: MUED 3312. Organizing classrooms and rehearsals responsive to student learning styles, ethnic/cultural backgrounds, and special needs in music settings.

5000 Level Courses

5031. Graduate Topics in Music Education (V1-3). Examination of music education issues, including creativity, special populations, psychology of music, and learning theories. Discussion based. Different topic each semester. May be repeated for credit. May enroll in 1-3 hours with permission of instructor.

5315. Integrating Instructional Technology into Learning and Teaching in Music (3). Prerequisite: Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certfication candidate. Corequisite: MUED 3311 or graduate equivalent. Introduces music teacher candidates to current instructional technology with integration strategies based on specified learning theories.

5323. Teaching in the Music Classroom: Diversity, Equity, and Excellence (3). Prerequisite: Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Certfication candidate. Corequisite: MUED 3312 or graduate equivalent. Organizing classrooms and rehearsals responsive to student learning styles, ethnic/cultural backgrounds, special needs in music settings.

5325. Topics in Choral Music Education (3). Emphasizes curriculum, organization, and development of performance excellence among choral groups in schools. May be repeated for credit.

5326. Topics in Band Music Education (3). Emphasis upon the organization and development of instrumental groups in the public schools, and upon development of performance excellence by these groups. May be repeated for credit.

5327. Topics in Orchestral Music Education (3). Emphasizes curriculum, organization, and development of performance excellence among orchestras in schools. May be repeated for credit.

5332. Learning and Music (3). Learning and Music (3). Study of psychological and sociological responses to the arts. Emphasis given to the research that informs psychology of the arts as applied to music teaching and learning.

5333. Tests, Measurements, and Evaluations in Music (3). A study of general descriptive, statistical, qualitative and quantitative measures as applied to music. Emphasis is placed on reading and conducting original music education research.

5340. Foundations of Music Education (3). History of American music education and the philosophies that inform current practice. Emphasis is on the relationship between historical/philosophical thought and current music education issues.

5344. Special Problems in Music Education (3). Prerequisite: Consent of advisor. Investigation and execution of special problems in the field of music education. May be repeated with a new problem.

5345. Topics in Kodály Pedagogy (3). Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Kodály pedagogical approach to music teaching to all ages. Materials, strategies, and sequences of Kodály approach emphasized.

6000 Level Course

6000. Master's Thesis (V1-6).Back to Top