B.M.Ed. Music Education Degree Plan

REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO GRADUATION

  • Minimum credit hours for graduation 139
  • Minimum credit hours in the liberal arts & sciences 40
  • Minimum credit hours in upper-division (3000/4000 courses) 40
  • Minimum credit hours (3000/4000 courses) in major completed at SWOSU 8
  • Minimum credit hours at SWOSU (15 of the last 30) 30
  • Minimum Grade Point Average in all coursework 2.50

GENERAL EDUCATION

Courses that are required are in bold type.
Courses that are recommended are in italics.

TOTAL HOURS 43 - 44

Composition 6

  • ENGL 1113 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1213 English Composition II

Mathematics 3

  • MATH 1143 Math Concepts
  • MATH 1513 College Algebra OR higher numbered math course

Computer Applications 2

  • COMSC 1022 Computer Information Access

Natural Sciences 8

  • BIOL 1004 Biological Concepts (required)
  • SCI 1514 Concepts of Physical Science
  • ASTRO 1904 Astronomy
  • GEOL 1934 Physical Geology
  • CHEM 1004 General Chemistry OR higher numbered chemistry course

Humanities Fine Arts 6

  • ART 1223 Art Survey
  • LIT 2413 Intro to Literature
  • MUSIC 1013 Intro to Music I
  • PHILO 1453 Intro to Philosophy
  • COMM 1313 Intro to Public Speaking

U.S. History Government 6

  • POLSC 1103 American Government Politics
  • HIST 1063 U.S. History

Economic International Studies 6

  • HIST 1033 World History
  • GEOG 1103 World Cultural Geography
  • ECONO 2263 Intro to Macroeconomics OR
  • ECONO 2363 Intro to Microeconomics

Behavioral, Social, & Cultural Studies 6 - 7

  • PSYCH 1003 General Psychology
  • SOCIO 1003 Intro to Sociology
  • ___4 World Languages
  • TECH 1223 Technology and Society
  • KINES 1133 Wellness Concepts & Exercise Appl

Instrumental/General Music Major Code No. 738

Required Courses 69

  • MUSIC 1213 Music Theory I
  • MUSIC 1313 Music Theory II
  • MUSIC 3253 Music Theory III
  • MUSIC 3303 Music Theory IV
  • MUSIC 1221 Aural Skills I
  • MUSIC 1321 Aural Skills II
  • MUSIC 3261 Aural Skills III
  • MUSIC 3311 Aural Skills IV
  • MUSIC 4812 Advanced Music Analysis
  • MUSIC 4232 Arranging
  • MUSIC 3353 History of Music I
  • MUSIC 3403 History of Music II
  • MUSIC 3553 History of Music III
  • MUSIC 2981 Principles of Conducting
  • MUSIC 3101 Instrumental Conducting

Principal Applied Study

  • (One Orchestral Instrument) (8 hours)
  • Applied Music Proficiency Exams
  • MUSIC 4950 Senior Recital in Prin Appl Music Area

Secondary Applied Study (5 hours)

  • MUSIC 1911 Beginning Guitar Class
  • MUSIC 1411 Brass Class
  • MUSIC 1511 Woodwind Class
  • MUSIC 1611 Percussion Class
  • MUSIC 1711 String Class

Class Piano (4 hours)

  • MUSIC 2811 Class Piano I
  • MUSIC 2821 Class Piano II
  • MUSIC 2831 Class Piano III
  • MUSIC 2841 Class Piano IV

Band (Enroll each semester) (7 hours)

Chamber Ensemble (1 hour)

Choral Ensembles (1 hour)

  • MUSIC 2101 Voice Class or Applied Voice (1 hour)
  • MUSIC 4900 Recital Attendance (Enroll each semester)
  • MUSIC 4302 Elementary-Secondary General Music
  • MUSIC 4402 Band Methods
  • MUSIC 4602 Instrumental Literature
  • MUSIC 4222 Instrumental Pedagogy
  • MUSIC 4463 Technology in Music Education

Professional Education Requirements 27

Certificate/Foundations Courses

  • EDUC 2113 Foundations of Education
  • *SPCED 3132 Exceptional Children
  • *PSYCH 3213 Developmental Psychology

Foreign Language Proficiency (Required)

Pre-Professional Semester

  • EDPSY 3453 Educational Psychology (Elem)
  • OR EDPSY 3653 Educational Psychology (Sec)
  • ELEM 4833 Principles of Teaching Elementary
  • OR SECED 4823 Principles of Teaching Sec

 Professional Semester

  • EDUC 3321 Multicultural/Special Populations
  • EDUC 4021 Contemporary Issues in Education
  • EDUC 4041 Classroom Management
  • ELEM 4765 Student Teaching in the Elem School
  • SECED 4965 Student Teaching in the Sec School

 Total hours for degree......... 139

* SDE Guidelines and Procedures Handbook for Certification, page 3, and OK Regents for Higher Education Rule 11-2-24 state that courses classified as professional teacher education must be acquired from a four-year accredited program.


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