Music Education/K-12 back to programs

Be ready to make an impact.

Students are eager to share their individual voice. We will equip you with the musical training and theoretical understanding needed to teach students how to use their talents in a significant way. Be an instrument of change in your students’ lives as you bring your love of music into the classroom.

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COURSEWORK

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Requirements total 90 hours. This includes the 39 hours from the Music core, 15 hours of additional Music courses, and 36 hours of professional education courses.  You’ll take interesting courses like:

  • Percussion Techniques
  • Educational Psychology/Human Development
  • Survey of World Music

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CAREERS & INTERNSHIPS

Knowledge of compositional structure, music history, and classroom management is useless without opportunities to put it into action. During your time at Trinity, you will have the chance to engage in classroom observation, lesson planning, and student teaching at local elementary, middle, and high schools.

As a Music-Secondary Education major, you will complete over 100 hours of field experience prior to student teaching. As part of your coursework, you will gain experience in elementary, middle and high school classes in a variety of diverse settings.

Career Objectives Include:

 

 

Course Title Credits
Music Education/K-12 Core (39 hours)
MUE 331 Basic Conducting 3 hours
MUH 111 Introduction to Music History and Literature 3 hours
MUH 341 Music History I 3 hours
MUH 342 Music History II 3 hours
MUT 101 Fundamentals of Music 3 hours
MUT 121 Music Theory I 3 hours
MUT 122 Aural Skills I 1 hour
MUT 221 Music Theory II 3 hours
MUT 222 Aural Skills II 1 hour
MUT 223 Music Theory III 3 hours
MUT 224 Aural Skills III 1 hour
MUT 322 Aural Skills IV 1 hour
MUT 360 Computers in Music 3 hours
MUZ 250-259,
350-359, 450-459
Advanced Level Private Lessons 8 hours
Additional Music Courses (14 hours):
NOTE: Some of the following courses require admission to the Division of Education for enrollment.
MUE 249X General Music Methods in the Public Schools, Grades K-12 3 hours
MUE 332 Methods and Theory of Music Drama Production 2 hours
MUH 211 Survey of World Music 3 hours
Choose one:
MUE 432X Choral Conducting, Methods and Literature 3 hours
MUE 433X Instrumental Conducting, Methods and Literature 3 hours
Choose three:
MUE 345 Woodwind Techniques 1 hour
MUE 346 Brass Techniques 1 hour
MUE 347 Percussion Techniques 1 hour
MUE 348 String Techniques 1 hour
Participation in MUZ 285 Jazz Ensemble is recommended for those who qualify