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Jacobs School of Music
2007-2009
Academic Bulletin

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Bachelor of Music Education Degrees

Bachelor of Music Education—Choral Teaching
Bachelor of Music Education—General Music Teaching
Bachelor of Music Education, Instrumental Teaching—Band
Bachelor of Music Education, Instrumental Teaching—Strings
Teaching Certification

Bachelor of Music Education—Choral Teaching

This B.M.E. emphasis results in State of Indiana K-12 All-Grades certification in Vocal-General Music. Graduates are trained to work with general music classes and choral ensembles in public schools with specialization in secondary choral teaching.

Major Ensemble
X070 University Choral Ensembles (2 cr.) required every fall semester, spring semester, and second summer session in which a student is registered for any course, music or non-music, except during the student teaching semester. At least one semester must be spent in each of the following: International Vocal Ensemble, Singing Hoosiers, and a traditional choral ensemble.

Performance Study
Minimum of 2 credit hours each semester until senior recital is passed. Entrance audition, freshman jury, upper-divisional examination, senior recital.

Secondary Piano and Keyboard Proficiency
All students must pass a keyboard proficiency examination. Students whose primary instrument is not piano, organ, or harpsichord must take an examination for placement in P111 Piano Class 1, Music Majors (2cr.); P121 Piano Class 2, Music Majors (2cr.); P131 Piano Class 3, Music Majors (2cr.); P141 Piano Class 4, Music Majors (2cr.); or P100 Piano Elective/Secondary (2cr.) and continue study each semester until the keyboard proficiency examination is passed.

Other Secondary Performance
Required for students who are not majoring in voice: Voice V100 Voice Elective/Secondary (2-2-2 cr.). Instrumental students must take both secondary piano and secondary voice.

Core Music Courses
27 credit hours. Placement examination or T109 Rudiments of Music I(3 cr.), T132 Music Skills I(1 cr.), T151 Music Theory and Literature I(3 cr.), T152 Music Theory and Literature II (3cr.), T231 Musical Skills II (1 cr.), T232 Musical Skills III (1 cr.), T251 Music Theory and Literature III (3 cr.), T252 Music Theory and Literature IV (3 cr.), T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.), T351 Music Theory and Literature V (3cr.), M401 History and Literature of Music I(4 cr.), M402 History and Literature of Music II (4cr.). A grade of C or higher is required in T109 Rudiments of Music I, T132 Musical Skills I, T231 Musical Skills II, T232 Musical Skills III, and T331 Musical Skills IV.

Other Music Courses
22 credit hours. E131 Freshman Colloquium in Music Education (2 cr.), E231 General Music Methods K-12 (2cr.), E312 Arranging for Instrumental and Vocal Groups (2cr.), E491 Senior Seminar in Music Education (3cr.), E494 Vocal Pedagogy (3cr.), F205 Introduction to Instrumental Techniques (3cr.), F411 Musical Productions for the Choral Director (2cr.), F413 Choral Literature for Music Educators (2cr.), G370 Techniques for Conducting (2cr.), G371 Choral Conducting I (2cr.). I201 Master Class in Music Education (0-0-0-0 cr.) required fall and spring semesters of the first two years. I202 Master Class in Music Education for Student Teaching (0 cr.) required during the student teaching semester.

School of Education Courses
30 credit hours. EDUC K205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (3cr.), EDUC P254 Educational Psychology (3cr.), EDUC M342* Methods and Materials for Teaching Elementary Music (3 cr.), EDUC M343* Methods and Materials for Teaching Choral Music (3cr.), EDUC M482* Student Teaching (16 cr.), EDUC M101 Field Experience (0 cr.), EDUC M201 Field Experience (0,2 cr.), EDUC M301 Field Experience (0,0 cr.). Those courses marked with an asterisk have admission to the Teacher Education Program of the School of Education, including the Praxis I, as a prerequisite.

General Education
27 credit hours.

Written and Oral Expression
9 credit hours. English composition, 3 credit hours or competency; other written and oral expression, 6 credit hours which must include CMCL C121 Public Speaking (3cr.) or CMCL C122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr.).

Life and Physical Sciences and Mathematics
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

Social and Behavioral Sciences
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

To Complete Degree
Free music or non-music electives as needed to bring the total credit hours to 120, excluding major ensemble and I400. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all courses.

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Bachelor of Music Education—General Music Teaching

This B.M.E. emphasis results in State of Indiana K-12 All-Grades certification in Vocal-General Music. Graduates are trained to work with general music classes and choral ensembles in public schools with specialization in general music teaching.

Major Ensemble
X070 University Choral Ensembles (2 cr.) required every fall semester, spring semester, and second summer session in which a student is registered for any course, music or non-music, except during the student teaching semester. At least one semester must be spent in each of the following: International Vocal Ensemble, Singing Hoosiers, and a traditional choral ensemble.

Performance Study
Minimum of 2 credit hours each semester until senior recital is passed. Entrance audition, freshman jury, upper-divisional examination, senior recital.

Secondary Piano and Keyboard Proficiency
All students must pass a keyboard proficiency examination. Students whose primary instrument is not piano, organ, or harpsichord must take an examination for placement in P111 Piano Class 1, Music Majors (2cr.); P121 Piano Class 2, Music Majors (2cr.); P131 Piano Class 3, Music Majors (2cr.); P141 Piano Class 4, Music Majors (2cr.); or P100 Piano Elective/Secondary (2cr.) and continue study each semester until the keyboard proficiency examination is passed.

Other Secondary Performance
Required for students who are not majoring in voice: Voice V100 Voice Elective/Secondary (2-2-2 cr.). Instrumental students must take both secondary piano and secondary voice.

Core Music Courses
27 credit hours. Placement examination or T109 Rudiments of Music I(3 cr.), T132 Music Skills I(1 cr.), T151 Music Theory and Literature I(3 cr.), T152 Music Theory and Literature II (3cr.), T231 Musical Skills II (1 cr.), T232 Musical Skills III (1 cr.), T251 Music Theory and Literature III (3cr.), T252 Music Theory and Literature IV (3cr.), T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.), T351 Music Theory and Literature V (3cr.), M401 History and Literature of Music I(4 cr.), M402 History and Literature of Music II (4cr.). A grade of C or higher is required in T109 Rudiments of Music I, T132 Musical Skills I, T231 Musical Skills II, T232 Musical Skills III, and T331 Musical Skills IV.

Other Music Courses
25 credit hours. E131 Freshman Colloquium in Music Education (2cr.), E231 General Music Methods K-12 (2cr.), E491 Senior Seminar in Music Education (3cr.), E494 Vocal Pedagogy (3cr.), F205 Introduction to Instrumental Techniques (3 cr.), F302 Classroom Instrument Techniques (2 cr.), F412 The Children’s Chorus (2cr.), F414 Music in Early Childhood (2cr.), F415 Orff/Dalcroze/Kodály, (2cr.), G370 Techniques for Conducting (2cr.), G371 Choral Conducting I(2 cr.). I201 Master Class in Music Education (0-0-0-0 cr.) required fall and spring semesters of the first two years. I202 Master Class in Music Education for Student Teaching (0 cr.) required during the student teaching semester.

School of Education Courses
30 credit hours. EDUC K205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (3cr.), EDUC P254 Educational Psychology (3cr.), EDUC M342* Methods and Materials for Teaching Elementary Music (3 cr.), EDUC M343* Methods and Materials for Teaching Choral Music (3cr.), EDUC M482* Student Teaching (16 cr.), EDUC M101 Field Experience (0cr.), EDUC M201 Field Experience (0,2 cr.), EDUC M301 Field Experience (0,0 cr.). Those courses marked with an asterisk have admission to the Teacher Education Program of the School of Education, including the Praxis I, as a prerequisite.

General Education
27 credit hours.

Written and Oral Expression
9 credit hours. English composition, 3 credit hours or competency; other written and oral expression, 6 credit hours which must include CMCL C121 Public Speaking (3cr.) or CMCL C122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr.).

Life and Physical Sciences and Mathematics
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

Social and Behavioral Sciences
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

To Complete Degree
Free music or non-music electives as needed to bring the total credit hours to 120, excluding major ensemble and I400. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all courses.

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Bachelor of Music Education, Instrumental Teaching—Band

This B.M.E. emphasis results in State of Indiana K-12 All-Grades certification in Instrumental–General Music. Graduates are trained to work with general music classes and instrumental music classes and ensembles in public schools with specialization in the band area.

Major Ensemble
X040 University Instrumental Ensembles (2cr.) required every fall semester, spring semester, and second summer session in which a student is registered for any course, music or non-music, except during the student teaching semester. Must include four semesters of band with two semesters in marching band.

Performance Study
Minimum of 2 credit hours each semester until senior recital is passed. Entrance audition, freshman jury, upper-divisional examination, senior recital.

Secondary Piano and Keyboard Proficiency
All students must pass a keyboard proficiency examination. Students whose primary instrument is not piano, organ, or harpsichord must take an examination for placement in P111 Piano Class 1, Music Majors (2cr.); P121 Piano Class 2, Music Majors (2cr.); P131 Piano Class 3, Music Majors (2cr.); P141 Piano Class 4, Music Majors (2cr.); or P100 Piano Elective! Secondary (2 cr.) and continue study each semester until the keyboard proficiency examination is passed.

Other Secondary Performance
Required for keyboard or voice students: secondary band instrument (2-2-2-2 cr.).

Core Music Courses
27 credit hours. Placement examination or T109 Rudiments of Music I(3 cr.), T132 Music Skills I(1 cr.), T151 Music Theory and Literature I(3 cr.), T152 Music Theory and Literature II (3cr.), T231 Musical Skills II (1 cr.), T232 Musical Skills III (1 cr.), T251 Music Theory and Literature III (3cr.), T252 Music Theory and Literature IV (3cr.), T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.), T351 Music Theory and Literature V (3cr.), M401 History and Literature of Music I(4 cr.), M402 History and Literature of Music II (4cr.). A grade of C or higher is required in T109 Rudiments of Music I, T132 Musical Skills I, T231 Musical Skills II, T232 Musical Skills III, and T331 Musical Skills IV.

Other Music Courses
27 credit hours. E131 Freshman Colloquium in Music Education (2cr.), E231 General Music Methods K-12 (2cr.), E312 Arranging for Instrumental and Vocal Groups (2cr.), E470 Pedagogy of Jazz (2cr.), E491 Senior Seminar in Music Education (3cr.), F200 Music Education Instrumental Laboratory (1-1 cr.), F261 String Class Techniques (2cr.), F281 Brass Instrument Techniques (2cr.), F337 Woodwind Techniques (2cr.), F338 Percussion Techniques (2cr.) (percussion students substitute two semesters in X490 Percussion Ensemble for F338), F466 Techniques in Marching Bands (2cr.), G370 Techniques for Conducting (2cr.), G373 Instrumental Conducting (2cr.). I201 Master Class in Music Education (0-0-0-0 cr.) required fall and spring semesters of the first two years. I202 Master Class in Music Education for Student Teaching (0 cr.) required during the student teaching semester.

School of Education Courses
29 credit hours. EDUC K205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (3cr.), EDUC P254 Educational Psychology (3cr.), EDUC M344* Methods and Materials for Teaching Instrumental Music (3 cr.), EDUC M434* Administration of School Bands (2cr.), EDUC M482* Student Teaching (16 cr.), EDUC M101 Field Experience (0 cr.), EDUC M201 Field Experience (0,2 cr.), EDUC M301 Field Experience (0,0 cr.). Those courses marked with an asterisk have admission to the Teacher Education Program of the School of Education, including the Praxis I, as a prerequisite. Instrumental majors are required to participate in at least one spring semester of Young Winds as partial fulfillment of EDUC M301 Laboratory!Field Experience.

General Education
27 credit hours.

Written and Oral Expression
9 credit hours. English composition, 3 credit hours or competency; other written and oral expression, 6 credit hours which must include CMCL C121 Public Speaking (3cr.) or CMCL C122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr.).

Life and Physical Sciences and Mathematics
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

Social and Behavioral Sciences
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

To Complete Degree
Free music or non-music electives as needed to bring the total credit hours to 120, excluding major ensemble and I400. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all courses.

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Bachelor of Music Education, Instrumental Teaching—Strings

This B.M.E. emphasis results in State of Indiana K-12 All-Grades certification in Instrumental—General Music. Graduates are trained to work with general music classes and instrumental music classes and ensembles in public schools with specialization in the string area.

Major Ensemble
X040 University Instrumental Ensembles (2cr.) required every fall semester, spring semester, and second summer session in which a student is registered for any course, music or non-music, except during the student teaching semester.

Performance Study
Minimum of 2 credit hours each semester until senior recital is passed. Entrance audition, freshman jury, upper-divisional examination, senior recital.

Secondary Piano and Keyboard Proficiency
All students must pass a keyboard proficiency examination. Students whose primary instrument is not piano, organ, or harpsichord must take an examination for placement in P111 Piano Class 1, Music Majors (2cr.); P121 Piano Class 2, Music Majors (2cr.); P131 Piano Class 3, Music Majors (2cr.); P141 Piano Class 4, Music Majors (2cr.); or P100 Piano Elective! Secondary (2 cr.) and continue study each semester until the keyboard proficiency examination is passed.

Other Secondary Performance
Required for keyboard or voice students: secondary orchestra instrument (2-2-2-2 cr.).

Core Music Courses
27 credit hours. Placement examination or T109 Rudiments of Music I(3 cr.), T132 Music Skills I(1 cr.), T151 Music Theory and Literature I(3 cr.), T152 Music Theory and Literature II (3cr.), T231 Musical Skills II (1 cr.), T232 Musical Skills III (1 cr.), T251 Music Theory and Literature III (3cr.), T252 Music Theory and Literature IV (3cr.), T331 Musical Skills IV (1 cr.), T351 Music Theory and Literature V (3cr.), M401 History and Literature of Music I(4 cr.), M402 History and Literature of Music II (4cr.). A grade of C or higher is required in T109 Rudiments of Music I, T132 Musical Skills I, T231 Musical Skills II, T232 Musical Skills III, and T331 Musical Skills IV.

Other Music Courses
29 credit hours. E131 Freshman Colloquium in Music Education (2cr.), E231 General Music Methods K-12 (2cr.), E303 Violin! Viola Pedagogy I(2 cr.), E304 Violin!Viola Pedagogy II (2cr.), E306 Cello Pedagogy (2cr.), E420 String Pedagogy (2cr.), E470 Pedagogy of Jazz (2cr.), E491 Senior Seminar in Music Education (3cr.), F200 Music Education Instrumental Laboratory (1-1 cr.), F281 Brass Instrument Techniques (2 cr.), F337 Woodwind Techniques (2 cr.), F338 Percussion Techniques (2 cr.), G370 Techniques for Conducting (2cr.), G373 Instrumental Conducting (2cr.). I201 Master Class in Music Education (0-0-0-0 cr.) required fall and spring semesters of the first two years. I202 Master Class in Music Education for Student Teaching (0 cr.) required during the student teaching semester.

School of Education Courses
29 credit hours. EDUC K205 Introduction to Exceptional Children (3cr.), EDUC P254 Educational Psychology (3cr.), EDUC M344* Methods and Materials for Teaching Instrumental Music (3cr.), EDUC M436* Administration of School Orchestras (2cr.), EDUC M482* Student Teaching (16 cr.), EDUC M101 Field Experience (0 cr.), EDUC M201 Field Experience (0,2 cr.), EDUC M301 Field Experience (0,0 cr.). Those courses marked with an asterisk have admission to the Teacher Education Program of the School of Education, including the Praxis I, as a prerequisite. Instrumental majors are required to participate in at least one spring semester of Young Winds as partial fulfillment of EDUC M301 Laboratory!Field Experience.

General Education
27 credit hours.

Written and Oral Expression
9 credit hours. English composition, 3 credit hours or competency; other written and oral expression, 6 credit hours which must include CMCL C121 Public Speaking (3cr.) or CMCL C122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr.).

Life and Physical Sciences and Mathematics
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

Social and Behavioral Sciences
9 credit hours, to be chosen from at least two different departments.

To Complete Degree
Free music or non-music electives as needed to bring the total credit hours to 120, excluding major ensemble and I400. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all courses.

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Teaching Certification

Application for admission to the Teacher Education Program of the School of Education should be made in the sophomore year and requires successful completion of Praxis I, Core Battery. Application materials and information concerning prerequisites can be obtained from School of Education Student Services, Wright Education Building, Room 1005, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405; (812) 856- 8501.

In addition to the successful completion of the B.M.E. degree, teaching certification for the State of Indiana requires the recommendation of Indiana University and successful completion of Praxis II, Music Content Knowledge specialty test.

Students in music bachelor’s degree programs other than the B.M.E. who wish to obtain information on music teaching certification should contact the undergraduate advisor of the music education department.

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