38.750 courses are required for graduation, subject to current restrictions on residency, fractional credit, transfer credit, and course load. Except where noted, individual courses may be counted toward multiple requirements. Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music Education program in Music Therapy will complete 14.25 courses outside music.
Students will complete the First-Year Seminar in Critical Inquiry in their first semester.
a. Students will demonstrate basic writing proficiency in their first year through placement examination or completion of the College Writing Tutorial.
b. Students will complete a course designated as Writing Intensive (W) in any semester between the completion of the First-Year Seminar and second semester of the junior year.
Students will complete a course (C) that examines either a culture outside the United States or the culture of an American minority group (e.g., African American, Asian American, Hispanic or Latino American, Native American). Courses may be taught in English or in a foreign language.
Students will complete a course (R) from any department or program that examines the religious dimension of humankind in relation to issues of cultural, social, historical, or ethical significance (R).
Note: A student may not use the same course in fulfillment of both the Studies in Cultural Difference requirement and the Religious Perspectives requirement.
Students will demonstrate basic quantitative proficiency through completion of a course (Q) that involves a substantial element of quantitative reasoning.
Students will complete two approved courses in Political Science, History, or Economics. [A student may not use these courses in fulfillment of the Studies in Cultural Difference requirement or the Religious Perspectives requirement.]
Students will complete Psychology 100, 212, and 299.
Students will complete one course in the Mathematical Sciences.
Students will complete Biology 116.
Students will complete Sociology 100 and one from Sociology 200, 204, or 213. [A student may not use these courses in fulfillment of the Religious Perspectives requirement.]
Students will complete Education 200.
Students will complete Music 395 (a six-month, full-time clinical experience in a facility approved by the American Music Therapy Association).
210 (Basic Repertoire) and either 212 (History II) or 213 (History III)
190 (Introduction to Music Therapy) and 191 (Recreational Music Programming and Leadership), each for one-half course credit; 291 (Music Therapy in Psychiatry and Rehabilitation); 292 (Music Therapy with the Developmentally Disabled); 293 (Practicum I in Music Therapy), 294 (Practicum II in Music Therapy), and 295 (Advanced Practicum in Music Therapy), each for 1/4 course credit; 392 (Psychology of Music I) and 393 (Psychology of Music II), each for one-half course credit; and 394 (Program Development and Administration in Music Therapy) and 407-408 (Internship) (one-fourth course credit)
290 (Foundations of Music Education), 390 (Methods in Music Education)
280 (Introduction to Music Technology)
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