BACHELOR OF ARTS MUSIC MAJOR (Changes Effective Fall 2013) A broad-based music degree, the Bachelor of Arts degree prepares the student to enter an extensive variety of career options. Music opportunities include performance, studio instruction, church and community music careers, and occupations in the music service industry (merchandising, recording, booking, etc.). Other career directions might include community arts organizations, liberal arts options, and as a professional degree preparation. 92 The degree emphasis, along with traditional music preparation, includes opportunities for student-directed elective second concentrations. Students have extensive opportunities for solo, chamber, and ensemble performance. This major encompasses 38 hours of core and applied music study with an additional 12 Second Field hours. Second Field options may be in music, in digital audio recording, in music technology, or in another academic field. See individual course descriptions for prerequisites and concurrent enrollment requirements. A concentration in Digital Audio Recording is available as part of the BA in Music degree. Requirements include MU 270/470/570 – 8 hours as the applied study and a specific recording project as the MU 580 Senior Capstone Research Project. Students must also complete general education requirements as stated in this catalog. Music Theory (12 hours): MU 108 Ear Training/Sight Singing 1 1 hour MU 118 Music Theory 1 3 hours MU 109 Ear Training/Sight Singing 2 1 hour MU 119 Music Theory 2 3 hours MU 208 Ear Training/Sight Singing 3 1 hour MU 218 Music Theory 3 3 hours Music History & Literature (9 hours): MU 328 Music History I 3 hours MU 329 Music History II 3 hours MU 324 World Music 3 hours Music Professional Studies (2 hours): MU 099 Music Convocation 0 hours (required each semester) MU 477 Basic Conducting 2 hours Music Performance (16 hours): Applied Music-Primary Instrument 8 hours Group/Applied Piano 2 hours Music Ensembles 6 hours MU 575 Senior Recital or MU 580 Senior Capstone Research Project Music Electives (2 hours): 2 hours Second Field or Internship Requirements 12 hours BACHELOR OF ARTS MUSIC MAJOR DIGITAL AUDIO RECORDING CONCENTRATION Music Theory (12 hours): MU 108 Ear Training/Sight Singing 1 1 hour MU 118 Music Theory 1 3 hours MU 109 Ear Training/Sight Singing 2 1 hour MU 119 Music Theory 2 3 hours MU 208 Ear Training/Sight Singing 3 1 hour MU 218 Music Theory 3 3 hours Music History & Literature (8 hours): MU 324 World Music 3 hours MU 328 Music History I 3 hours MU 329 Music History II 3 hours Music Professional Studies (4 hours): MU 099 Music Convocation (required each semester) MU 477 Basic Conducting 2 hours MU 585 Professional Portfolio 1 hour MU 595 Computer Literacy Portfolio 1 hour Music Performance (17 hours): Applied Digital Audio Recording (MU270/470/570) 8 hours MU 131 Group Piano I 1 hour MU 132 Group Piano II 1 hour Music Ensembles 6 hours MU 580 Senior Capstone Research Project 1 hour Music Electives: 2 hours Second Field (12 hours): AC 223 Accounting for Operating Activities 3 hours Select 3 from the following: MK 360 Principles of Marketing 3 hours BE 330 Business Communications 3 hours BU 353 Principles of Business Law 3 hours MG 342 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior 3 hours BACHELOR OF MUSIC MUSIC MAJOR (Changes Effective Fall 2013) The degree Bachelor of Music with a Music Education concentration prepares the student to teach PreK-12 music. The program assumes that nurturing qualified music teachers includes the specialized preparation to develop performance skills; the music educator must be a competent performing musician. Satisfactory completion of the requirements for this degree entitles the graduate to a license to teach music, issued by the Kansas State Department of Public Instruction to teach PreK-12 Instrumental Music or Pre-K 12 Vocal Music. The music education concentration selects the Instrumental Music Track or the Vocal Music Track. See individual course descriptions for prerequisites and concurrent enrollment requirements. Second area certification is available. Requirements for admission to teacher education and recommendation for a teaching certificate are outlined under the degree Bachelor of Science in Education-Secondary Education Major. Students must successfully complete all Professional Education Requirements. See the Professional Education requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Education - Secondary Education Major, in the Department of School Leadership/Middle & Secondary Teacher Education section of this catalog. Students must also complete general education requirements as stated in this catalog. The degree Bachelor of Music with a concentration in Music Performance is recommended for the student interested in a career as a professional musician or as an independent teacher of music. It is especially appropriate for the student who plans to continue on to graduate study in music. The degree may be elected upon the recommendation of the music faculty after the student has demonstrated ability in his or her area of performance by means of a formal performance audition. This audition performance is generally taken at the end of the second semester of applied study. 93 The program centers on a core of courses in music theory, music history, and music literature. It is designed to provide a thorough musical education along with a broad expectation in the liberal arts and sciences. Performance requirements include a strong emphasis on solo, chamber, and large ensemble performance opportunities. Students may major in voice, piano, violin, viola, cello, double-bass, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, horn, baritone horn, tuba, percussion, and composition. Students must also complete general education requirements as stated in this catalog. Music Theory (16 hours): MU 108 Ear Training/Sight Singing 1 1 hour MU 118 Music Theory 1 3 hours MU 109 Ear Training/Sight Singing 2 1 hour MU 119 Music Theory 2 3 hours MU 208 Ear Training/Sight Singing 3 1 hour MU 218 Music Theory 3 3 hours MU 209 Ear Training/Sight Singing 4 1 hour MU 219 Music Theory 4 3 hours Music History& Literature (9 hours): MU 328 Music History I 3 hours MU 329 Music History II 3 hours MU 324 World Music 3 hours Music Professional Studies (2 hours): MU 099 Music Convocation 0 hours (required each semester) MU 477 Basic Conducting 2 hours Music Performance (20 hours): Applied Music-Primary Instrument 8 hours Music Ensembles (MU245/318/319) 7 hours MU 131 Group Piano 1 1 hour MU 132 Group Piano 2 1 hour MU 133 Group Piano 3 1 hour MU 134 Group Piano 4 1 hour MU 391 Chamber Music 1 hour MU 575 Senior Recital 0 hours Music Education Concentration Instrumental Music Track (17 hours): MU 210 Foundations of Music Education 2 hours MU 350 Voice Methods 1 hour MU 352 String Methods 2 hours MU 354 Woodwind Methods 2 hours MU 356 Brass Methods 2 hours MU 358 Percussion Methods 1 hour MU 372 Marching Band Methods 1 hour MU 474 Elementary Music Methods 2 hours MU 484 Instrumental Conducting 2 hours MU 494 Instrumental Music Methods 2 hours Vocal Music Track (17 hours): MU 210 Foundations of Music Education 2 hours MU 237 Applied Piano for Vocal Students 1 1 hour MU 320 Vocal Diction 1 1 hour MU 321 Vocal Diction 2 1 hour MU Methods (3-4 hours) Selected from: MU 352 String Methods 2 hours MU 354 Woodwind Methods 2 hours MU 356 Brass Methods 2 hours MU 358 Percussion Methods 1 hour MU 474 Elementary Music Methods 2 hours MU 492 Choral Methods 2 hours MU 482 Choral Conducting 2 hours MU 524 Vocal Pedagogy 1 hours MU Music Electives 1-2 hours Music Performance Concentration Instrumental Track (29 hours): Applied Concentration 16 hours Music Ensembles 1 hour Pedagogy Course 2 hours MU 391 Chamber Music 1 hour Music Electives 6 hours MU 375 Junior Recital 0 hours Voice Track (29 hours): Applied Concentration 14 hours Music Ensembles 1 hour Applied Piano 2 hours MU 320 Vocal Diction 1 1 hour MU 321 Vocal Diction 2 1 hour MU 524 Vocal Pedagogy 1 hour MU 741 The Art Song 2 hours Music Electives 4 hours MU 375 Junior Recital 0 hours