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2016-2017 College Catalog

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Music Education (Choral/General) - Letter of Recognition

For curriculum information, contact the Arts and Humanities Division—Room HVPA-200—443-518-1480.

This letter of recognition is designed for students who wish to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education, a Bachelor of Science in Music Education, or a Bachelor of Music Education degree in Choral/General Music upon transfer to a four-year institution. In addition to the curriculum required in HCC’s Music A.A. area of study, students seeking a Bachelor of Music Education must take certain additional 100- and 200-level courses such as General Psychology and Educational Psychology. It is possible to take these courses as part of the general education core. Students should consult the catalog of the schools to which they might transfer for guidance in which specific core and other specialized curriculum to select in addition to the music curriculum while at HCC. Also, schools require the PRAXIS Exam, so students should take that into consideration in their academic plan.

Course NumberTitleCredits
MUSC-197Pre-Professional Experience I

2

MUSC-198Pre-Professional Experience II

2

Students must also complete the courses listed in one of the groups below:

(Choral/General) Voice

Course NumberTitleCredits
MUSC-120Applied Music II - Voice

1

MUSC-189Functional Guitar Class I

2

MUSC-190Functional Guitar Class II

2

MUSC-219Applied Music III - Voice

1

MUSC-220Applied Music IV - Voice

1

(Choral/General) Piano

Course NumberTitleCredits
MUSC-120Applied Music II - Piano

1

MUSC-189Functional Guitar Class I

2

MUSC-190Functional Guitar Class II

2

MUSC-219Applied Music III - Piano

1

MUSC-220Applied Music IV - Piano

1

Total Credit Hours: 11

If a student wishes to also get a vocal performance certificate at the school to which they transfer, it is strongly recommended that they take FREN-101, FREN-102FREN-201, and FREN-202; and/or GERM-101, GERM-102GERM-201, and GERM-202; and/or ITAL-101, ITAL-102ITAL-201, and ITAL-202 (and the corresponding labs), as proficiency in all three languages is required for such programs. Lyric Diction courses are also strongly recommended as they are required during the first two years of study for Choral/General Music Education majors (see the Music Performance – Voice letter of recognition for more information).