2019-2020 Southeastern University - Traditional Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Jan 21, 2020  
2019-2020 Southeastern University - Traditional Undergraduate Catalog

Music Education, Bachelor


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Four Year Plan

 

Music Education (Grades K-12), Choral Emphasis, Bachelor, Four-Year Plan  

Music Education (Grades K-12), Band Emphasis, Bachelor, Four-Year Plan  

Music Education - Choral, Bachelor - Four Year Plan with One Summer (EVEN)  

Music Education - Choral, Bachelor - Four Year Plan with One Summer (ODD)  

Music Education - Instrumental, Bachelor - Four Year Plan with One Summer (EVEN)  

Music Education - Instrumental, Bachelor - Four Year Plan with One Summer (ODD)  

 

After their sophomore year, all music education majors ought to apply for admission into the College of Education.

Admission to the College of Education

Application for official admission into the College of Education (COE) must be submitted by November 30 of the sophomore year in order to be accepted for the spring or by April 30 of the sophomore year for acceptance in the fall.  Students will be notified by March 1 for fall applications and October 1 for spring applications.  Transfer students must submit this application during their first sophomore semester of enrollment at SEU provided they have passed all portions of the GK exam.  Applications can be found on the Undergraduate Education Forum (https://library.seu.edu/UndergradEdForum).

 

Admission Requirements into the College of Education:

●       Enrollment as a degree-seeking student at the university;
●       No grade lower than a “C-” (70) in any religion course, professional education course, or specialization course;
●       Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 for all general education courses.  If you become ineligible to continue in your program, you may re-apply for admittance when eligibility has been re-established by making a written request to the Compliance Committee.  (You may apply one more time.)
●       Minimum grade of “B” (84) in Fundamentals of Speech, Oral Interpretation, or Introduction to Music Education;
●       Completed personality profile (MBTI);
●       Official documentation of passing scores on all sections of the GK test, including any retakes and remediation;

Foundational Core - 45 Hours


Intellectual and Practical Skills - 12 Hours


Engaging Human Culture and the Natural World - 17 Hours


Personal and Social Responsibility - 4 Hours


MAJOR CORE – 65 (Choral Emphasis) or 66 (Instrumental Emphasis) Hours


Select One Emphasis:


Applied Lessons / Performance Core


Ensembles


  • Large ensemble x 7 semesters: 7 credits

Total Program Hours - 136 or 137 Hours


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