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MTHC 205 Theory III

MTHC 205.  Theory III.  4 Credits.     

The third semester of an integrated two-year theory sequence that examines the harmonic, melodic, rhythmic, and formal organization of music while developing critical listening and keyboard skills. Prerequisite: MTHC 115 and MTHC 116.

Bachelor of Music in Music Theory

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/bm/bm-theory-composition/

A total of 120 credit hours (45 at the Jr/Sr level 300+) is required and is designed to further the student's knowledge, practice, and experience in music theory. To graduate, a student must earn a minimum grade-point average of 3.0 in all major courses and a minimum average of 2.0 in all course work. Students will study with faculty members who are nationally and internationally recognized.  Courses in music theory and musicology are part of the exploration of music as are private instruction, ensemble and chamber music opportunities.  All students pursuing the B.M. degree will perform a senior recital on their primary instrument/voice. With this degree, students can go on to pursue graduate studies in music, or create their own paths in music or music-related endeavors. Instrumental Ensemble Policy In order to remain enrolled in studio instruction (lessons), all undergraduate (B.A. & B.M.) and M.M. students who enroll in any level of studio instruction (including nonmajor levels) in band and orchestral instruments must audition for and perform as assigned in a major instrumental ensemble 1 each semester in which they are enrolled. For music majors, 1 ensemble taken for credit each semester is required for graduation. Exceptions to this policy are allowed on a case-by-case basis and only by the ensemble conductor in consultation with the faculty member in the studio area or the faculty advisor in music therapy as appropriate. 1 Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, or Jazz Ensemble I. University Band or University Orchestra if placed by audition.

Bachelor of Music Education in Music Education

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Music Education The program helps students develop specific skills in planning and delivering instruction in all types of music education classrooms. The curriculum emphasizes both the theoretical and practical elements of human behavior, musical and otherwise, and integrates with this core a variety of learning experiences that prepare the pre-service teacher for the classroom medium. Among these is a broad spectrum of learning experiences both at KU and in area classrooms. These include planning and delivering instruction, classroom management, conducting, assessment, and curriculum design. Within the curriculum, individual emphases are reflected in the choice of major performance medium and performance ensembles. The goal of the music education curriculum is to prepare the student for success in the profession. Advising Students admitted to the music education program will be assigned an appropriate academic faculty advisor to work with the student throughout their academic career. Students are expected to consult with their advisor each semester to plan enrollment for the next semester. The advisor is available to help, to suggest ways to avoid course conflicts, to recommend courses particularly beneficial for various emphases, and to offer career guidance. The responsibility for taking appropriate courses and for meeting other requirements rests upon the student. Information regarding all requirements is in writing and available to students. Lack of knowledge of any requirement does not free the student from meeting that requirement. All students must sign up for a graduation check with the School of Music Student Services Office in 450 Murphy Hall one year prior to their graduation date. Regardless of applied performance medium, each entering student should be able to sing independently, in tune, and with acceptable tone quality. Functional keyboard skills (accompanying, playing by ear, improvising, and transposing) are helpful. Experience working with others is also beneficial as well. Well-developed interpersonal skills are an asset. Students are strongly encouraged to read the B.M.E. handbook, which is available on the School of Music website  and from the Student Services Office, 450 Murphy Hall, and provides detailed procedures, suggestions, and specifications.

Bachelor of Music in Music Composition

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...must complete MTHC 105 , MTHC 106 , MTHC 115 , MTHC 116 , and MTHC 205 before preparing...

Bachelor of Music in Musicology

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/bm/bm-musicology/

...1 MTHC 115 Theory II 3 MTHC 116 Aural Skills II 1 MTHC 205 Theory...

Bachelor of Music in Organ and Church Music

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/bm/bm-organ-church-music/

...1 MTHC 115 Theory II 3 MTHC 116 Aural Skills II 1 MTHC 205 Theory...

Bachelor of Music in Piano

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/bm/bm-piano/

...1 MTHC 115 Theory II 3 MTHC 116 Aural Skills II 1 MTHC 205 Theory...

Bachelor of Music in Voice

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/bm/bm-voice/

...1 MTHC 115 Theory II 3 MTHC 116 Aural Skills II 1 MTHC 205 Theory...

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre-Voice

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/bfa/

...1 MTHC 115 Theory II 3 MTHC 116 Aural Skills II 1 MTHC 205 Theory...