What You Will Learn
Student Learning Objectives
Our Curriculum

 

Department of Music

Music

  • The students will be acquainted with stylistic characteristics such as melody and rhythm as well as composers, significant performers, and performance media historically significant in all periods of Western music history, with emphasis on eighteenth through twentieth centuries.

  • The students will demonstrate familiarity with music theory aspects of compositional organization of Western music such as pitch, temporal and durational elements, texture, structure or form and use of expressive elements in all periods of music history, with emphasis on eighteenth through twentieth centuries.  

  • The students will demonstrate the ability to perform in chosen applied field with proficiency sufficient to demonstrate firm understanding of major and minor scales, performance-based understanding of stylistic characteristics of historically significant periods of Western music, with emphasis on eighteenth through twentieth centuries.

  • The students will demonstrate on piano an understanding of major and minor scales and functional skills.

Music Education

  • The student will be acquainted with stylistic characteristics such as melody and rhythm, as well as composers, significant performers, and performance media historically significant in all periods of Western music history, with emphasis on eighteenth through twentieth centuries.  

  • The student will demonstrate familiarity with music theory aspects of compositional organization of Western music such as pitch, temporal and durational elements, texture, structure or form and use of expressive elements in all periods of music history, with emphasis on eighteenth through twentieth centuries.

  • The student will have the ability to perform in chosen applied field with proficiency sufficient to demonstrate firm understanding of major and minor scales, performance-based understanding of stylistic characteristics of historically significant periods of Western music, with emphasis on eighteenth through twentieth centuries.

  • The students will demonstrate on piano an understanding of major and minor scales and functional skills.

  • The students will possess necessary classroom teaching skills and knowledge to effectively teach in the public school setting.  

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