Dec 16, 2019  
2019-20 University Catalog 
    
2019-20 University Catalog

Music Education, BA


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Students wishing to teach must apply for admission to the Teacher Education Program (see Teacher Education Program: Admissions Policy). Admission is contingent upon a cumulative grade point average of 2.75; passing the PRAXIS Core Academic Skills for Educators exam with the following minimum scores – Math -150, Reading- 156, and Writing- 162; submission of several recommendations; and a successful interview with the education program faculty members. To be recommended for certification, candidates completing the program must have a minimum 2.75 GPA overall and in their education courses; have a successful conference on their Program Portfolio; have a passing score on the PRAXIS exam; pass student teaching, with written evaluations from supervising and coordinating field teachers; and complete all other program requirements as defined by the Education Program.

Teaching certification requirements in Kentucky (and generally in the nation) are undergoing far-reaching reviews and changes. It is essential that the prospective teacher maintain a close and continuing liaison with academic advisors and advisors in the education program so that appropriate planning can include state-mandated changes and requirements.

Major Requirements


Recommended Sequence of Courses: http://www.transy.edu/academics/programs/sequences/music-education

22 ½ course units, including:

Applied Music


  • 6 terms, ¼ unit = 1 ½ units minimum (MUS 11  and higher must be on the same instrument)

Ensemble


  • 7 terms, ¼ unit = 1 ¾ units

Choose Any 2 of the Following 3


Piano Proficiency Exam


  • Students who are enrolled in Supervised Teaching in their 9th consecutive regular term are charged at the reduced fee amount as specified in University Fee Schedule rather than the full-time tuition rate.

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