Programs in the Department of Music

160 - Music - BA

AY 2012-2013 Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will recognize and respond to factual knowledge of music literature and history through both cultural and historical perspectives.

2. Students will recognize and re-create concepts related to sequential music theory including developing music notational skills on a computer utilizing the appropriate software.

3. Students will develop basic fine motor skills required to perform on the piano keyboard.

4. Students will develop the basic intellectual and motor skills required to successfully conduct an ensemble.

5. Students will develop and refine their ability to perform well in their chosen concentration of applied instrumental, vocal or keyboard study.

161 - Music - BM

AY 2012-2013 Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will recognize and respond to factual knowledge of music literature and history through its cultural and historical perspectives.

2. Students will recognize, identify, analyze and recreate concepts related to sequential music theory while possessing and demonstrating the necessary keyboard skills, and sight singing skills as well as a demonstrated working knowledge and literacy of music notation software.

3. Students will possess appropriate creative performance skills at a professional level reflecting a variety of repertoire and musical styles. 

4. Students will possess the skills necessary to become a professional composer including a thorough knowledge of the techniques of composition and the supporting knowledge of orchestration, score study, music notation, MIDI computer music and contemporary music techniques.

5. Students will perform and demonstrate basic utilization of fine motor skills related to the fundamental and advanced skills in instrumental and choral conducting.

681 - Music Education - BME

AY 2012-2013 Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will recognize and respond to factual knowledge of music literature and history through its cultural and historical perspectives.

2. Students will recognize, identify, analyze and recreate concepts related to sequential music theory while possessing and demonstrating the necessary keyboard skills, and sight singing skills as well as a demonstrated working knowledge and literacy of music notation software.

3. Students will develop performance skills for solo performance through a variety of repertoire.

4. Students will synthesize and develop pedagogy appropriate to the selected music educational career.

5. Students will perform and demonstrate basic utilization of fine motor skills related

to the fundamental and advanced skills in instrumental and choral conducting.