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264 Music LIBERAL ARTSabroad consortia: KIIS (Kentucky Institute for Interna-tional Studies) and CCSA (Cooperative Center for StudyAbroad). Students may earn academic credit for theirparticipation in these programs, and financial aid fromMTSU may be used for them. Interested students shouldcontact the Study Abroad Office, (615) 898-5179, andcheck the consortia Web sites at www.kiis.org andwww.nku.edu/ccsa.Requirements for Admission to theBachelor of Music DegreeTo be admitted into the Bachelor of Music degree program,all entering students must pass an audition before the facultyon their major instrument or voice. Students who do notpass the audition may be allowed, at the discretion of thefaculty, to enroll in private music lessons or class instructionfor one semester only. At the end of the semester the studentmust reaudition for admission into the program.In addition, all prospective new or transfer undergraduatemajors and minors are required to take the Music Theoryand Aural Skills Diagnostic Exam to determine appropriateplacement in the music theory program. For additional in-formation and to schedule a time for the exam, contact theMcLean School of Music Office, Wright Music Building, Room150, (615) 898-2469. Students may not enroll in any musictheory course until the exam is taken.Students seeking a Bachelor of Music degree should refer toThe McLean School of Music Undergraduate Student Hand-book that serves as the official document of the school con-cerning specific additional degree requirements and schoolpolicies and procedures. It is essential that all music majorsconsult their advisors each semester.Curricular listings include General Education requirementsin Communication, History, Humanities and/or Fine Arts,Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social/BehavioralSciences categories as outlined on pages 64-67.All Bachelor of Music Concentrations Requirethe Following:General Education Requirements - 41 hoursMusic Core Curriculum - 26 hoursMUS 1010 Recital Attendance (6 semesters) 0 creditMUTH 1110 Theory and Aural Skills I 4 creditsMUTH 1120 Theory and Aural Skills II 4 creditsMUHL 1610 Music History I 2 creditsMUHL 1620 Music History II 2 creditsMUTH 2110 Theory and Aural Skills III 3 creditsMUTH 2120 Theory and Aural Skills IV 3 creditsMUHL 2610 Music History III 2 creditsMUHL 2620 Music History IV 2 creditsMUTH 4130 Instrumentation 2 creditsMUS 3140 Basic Conducting 2 creditsAll music majors must take class piano or private piano instruction untilthey pass the piano proficiency examination prescribed by their degreeprograms. Students should see their advisors for details.Robert W. McLeanSchool of MusicGeorge T. Riordan, DirectorWright Music Building 150Aliquo, Arndt, Bills, Boone Allsbrook, Bundage, Cancryn, Cornish,Davila, Dent, Douglass, Hahn-Little, Isley-Farmer, Linton, Loucky,McKay, McWhirter, Mendel, Miyakawa, Nies, Osterfield, Perkins,Petrescu, Pigg, Poythress, Rice-See, Shearon, Simmons, Smith, Stone,Thomas, Waldecker, Wells, YelvertonThe purposes of the McLean School of Music are toeducate and mentor music students to become articu-late musicians, successful as music teachers, perform-ers, composers, scholars, businesspersons in music-re-lated enterprises, and/or students in advanced degreeprograms; to welcome students whose studies are con-centrated in other fields into a community of music edu-cation and appreciation, instrumental and vocal instruc-tion, and ensemble participation; to enrich the musicallife of the University and community through publicmusic performance and non-curricular instruction; andto provide leadership and maintain professional rela-tionships and activities with musicians regionally, na-tionally, and internationally.The school offers programs leading to the Bachelor ofMusic degree. Students may choose from seven con-centrations within this major—Instrumental Music Edu-cation, Vocal/General Music Education K-12, Voice Per-formance, Instrumental Performance, Music Industry,Theory-Composition, and Jazz Studies. Minors in Mu-sic, American Music Studies, and Music Industry are alsoavailable.The Philip C. Howard Music Library, located within In-structional Media Resources in LRC 101, houses audioand video recordings, musical scores, and referencematerials. Anyone with a valid MTSU ID may borrowscores. Recordings circulate only to faculty and staff butmay be used by anyone in-house.The McLean School of Music has been an accreditedbaccalaureate and graduate degree granting institutionalmember of the National Association of Schools of Mu-sic since 1970. The Bachelor of Music degree programswith concentrations in Instrumental Music Education andVocal/General Music Education K-12 are accredited bythe National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Edu-cation (NCATE).The McLean School of Music encourages its students toconsider study abroad. MTSU is a member of two study-LIBERAL ARTS Music 265Students must earn a grade of C- or higher in MUTH 1110, 1120,2110, 2120 (music theory sequence) and MUHL 1610, 1620, 2610,2620 (music history sequence).Teacher LicensureStudents seeking a license to teach music in the public schoolsmust complete (1) a major in Music following the concentra-tion in either Instrumental Music Education or Vocal/Gen-eral Music Education K-12, (2) minor in Secondary Educa-tion, (3) the General Education Program, and (4) additionalteacher licensure requirements. Students must contact a Sec-ondary Education minor advisor for additional details andrequirements relating to Teacher Licensure (see page 201).NOTE: Please see the Educational Leadership Department on page 201 forSecondary Education minor requirements.Jury ExaminationsAll music majors and minors are required to participate injury examinations in their primary performing areas. Non-music majors registered for private lessons may be requiredto perform a jury examination at the discretion of the in-structor. Jury examinations are held to measure the student’sprogress at the conclusion of each semester. Those studentswho have presented and passed their senior recitals duringthe semester may be excused from jury examinations.Concentrations in MusicStudents majoring in Music must pursue one of seven con-centrations. Requirements for each concentration follow:Concentration 1: Instrumental Music EducationMUED 1310 Woodwinds I 1MUED 1320 Percussion I 1MUED 1330 Brass I 1MUED 1410 Strings I 1MUS 1530 Class Piano I* 1MUS 1540 Class Piano II* 1MUED 2000 Philosophy and


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