Academic Administration

Music Education B.Mus. Program Outcomes

 

Instrumental K-12, BM

As a result of participation in, and completion of, the requirements of the Music Education, Instrumental
major, students will be able to:

1. Design and implement teaching strategies in K-12 music education, elementary and secondary levels.
2. Articulate a philosophy of Music Education.
3. Identify and describe theories of teaching and learning, including approaches to classroom
management.
4. Identify and describe the views and theories of leaders in the music education profession.
5. Identify, describe, and utilize various approaches to instrumental pedagogy for band and orchestral
instruments.
6. Demonstrate a knowledge of pedagogical and rehearsal/conducting techniques suitable for the private or group lesson as well as for the large ensemble setting.
7. Demonstrate an ability to select and arrange literature suitable for teaching instrumental ensembles at elementary and secondary levels.
8. Utilize improvisation and composition strategies in the classroom and in ensemble rehearsals.
9. Utilize functional keyboard skills in classroom instruction and ensemble rehearsals.
10. Describe and utilize principles of child growth and development.
11. Demonstrate and model appropriate professional standards of ethical behavior.
 
Vocal, K-12, BM

As a result of participation in, and completion of, the requirements of the Music Education, Vocal K-12 degree program, students will be able to:


1.   Design, implement, and assess teaching strategies in K-12 vocal music education, including high
school, middle school/junior high, and elementary school choral settings and in elementary classroom
music.
2.   Articulate a philosophy of Music Education.
3. Identify and describe theories and techniques of teaching and learning, including approaches to
classroom management.
4. Identify and describe the views and theories of professional leaders in music education.
5. Implement music technology as an instructional tool.
6. Utilize improvisation and composition strategies in the classroom and in ensemble rehearsals.
7. Select and arrange ensemble music appropriate to their teaching setting.
8. Utilize functional keyboard skills in classroom instruction and ensemble rehearsals.
9. Utilize effective rehearsal and conducting skills in ensemble rehearsals and performances.
10. Describe and utilize principles of child growth and development.
11. Demonstrate and model appropriate professional standards of ethical behavior.