Piano for Music Education Majors
All Music Education majors whose applied area is not piano are required to take one hour credit of piano per semester throughout their time of study as a Music major.
All Music Education, Instrumental Performance, Vocal Performance majors are required to perform for a jury at the close of each semester.
Ear Training for Music Education Majors
At the close of the sophomore year, the music faculty will determine whether a Music Education major has attained the level required for a music educator.
Students preparing a junior or senior recital are required to submit a printed preview of their recital at the conclusion of the semester prior to the planned date of performance. Approval of the recital by the faculty must be granted before the recital can be presented.
All music education majors are required to pass a comprehensive exam in music theory and music history.
Music majors are required to take two hours of applied study per semester during the entire length of their degree program. Vocal or Instrumental Performance majors and Music Education majors are required to take two hours of applied study each semester.