Division IV Chair: B. Wooten


Program Chair & Director of Music: K. Bullock


Faculty: S. Arnold, S. Bolster, T. Bratton, K. Bullock, M. Calkins, J. Clavere, L. Clavere, L. DiSavino, J. Dreiling, J. Hedger, E. Stokes, A. Sutherland, T. Thompson, and A. White




Courses: MUA Courses; MUS Courses


Major/Minor Requirements: Music B.A.Music Education Vocal or Instrumental Emphasis, with P-12 Teaching Certification B.A.Music Minor


The Music Program assumes leadership in the musical arts area for the campus. The Program offers private instruction in several instruments, and a variety of large and small instrumental and vocal ensembles. In addition, the Program offers a clearly defined succession of courses leading to a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music, Music Education—Vocal, and Music Education—Instrumental. Both Music Education programs lead to P-12 teacher certification. (See section to follow for requirements and recommendations for Music Education majors.)

A Music minor is also offered (requirements to follow the major program sections).

In addition to supporting students' achievement of the Aims of General Education, the Music Program seeks to assist students in meeting the following learning goals and associated learning outcomes:

Music Student Learning Goals & Outcomes

Learning Goal 1:
 Basic Skills and Knowledge

Learning Outcome 1.1: Perceptual and Conceptual Skills

Develop perceptual (listening and hearing) and conceptual (thinking and understanding) skills basic to a knowledge and appreciation of music.

Learning Goal 2: Musical Skills and Instruments

Learning Outcome 2.1: Musical Performance Skills

Develop musical performance skills through individual lessons and participation in musical ensembles.

Learning Goal 3: Broader Context of Musicianship

Learning Outcome 3.1: Knowledge of Music History and Theory

Integrate knowledge of music history, literature and theory with interpretation and evaluation of music.

Learning Goal 4: Development of a Strong Pedagogical Base for Teaching Music

Learning Outcome 4.1: An Understanding of Music in all Areas

Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the philosophical, historical, sociological, and psychological foundations of music education.

Learning Outcome 4.2: Proficiency in Different Musical Instruments and Methods

Demonstrate proficiency with a broad range of methodologies, materials, and technologies for the teaching of music in myriad settings.

Learning Outcome 4.3: Repertoire Musical Knowledge

Demonstrate an appropriate repertoire of musical knowledge.

Music Course Sequencing Table

Please be aware that the table below represents current planning and is subject to change based on faculty availability and student interest. It is not meant to represent any guarantee to the student that the courses will be offered in the term in which they are currently planned.

CourseFall 17Spring 18Fall 18Spring 19Fall 19Spring 20Fall 20Spring 21
MUS 100xxxxxxxx
MUS 103xxxxxxxx
MUS 106x x x x 
MUS 115 x x x x
MUS 118Ax x x x 
MUS 118B x x x x
MUS 130Axxxxxxxx
MUS 130Bxxxxxxxx
MUS 130Cxxxxxxxx
MUS 130Exxxxxxxx
MUS 130Fxxxxxxxx
MUS 130Hxxxxxxxx
MUS 130Ixxxxxxxx
MUS 130Kxxxxxxxx
MUS 130M xxxxxxxx
MUS 130Nxxxxxxxx
MUS 131xxxxxxxx
MUS 132xxxxxxxx
MUS 135xxxxxxxx
MUS 220x x x x 
MUS 221x x x x 
MUS 222 x x x x
MUS 223 x x x x
MUS 234x x x x 
MUS 320x x x x 
MUS 321x x x x 
MUS 322 x x x x
MUS 323 x x x x
MUS 324xxxxxxxx
MUS 326  x   x 
MUS 328   x   x
MUS 329  x   x 
MUS 330  x  x  
MUS 331   x  x 
MUS 335 x   x  
MUS 336x   x   
MUS 337x   x  x
MUS 342V x   x  
MUS 400 x x x x
Musical Theatre His  x  x