College of Music Specialized Studies Programs represent special areas of concentration which students may pursue in conjunction with a music degree. Following are course requirements for each specialized studies program available in the College of Music. Inasmuch as many programs have special admission criteria, students must contact the Coordinator listed before beginning any specialized studies program. Additional information and applications are available in 204C HMU (644-4833).
|Specialized Studies Program in Sacred Music||(17-18 hours)||(Dr. Wanda Brister, Coordinator - 325A KMU 644-5073)|
|MUE 3491/3492||(2-2)||Choral Conducting/Literature (concurrent registration in MUE 3495 required)|
|MUE 3495||(1-1)||Choral Conducting Lab|
|MUS 4905||(2)||Practicum in Church Music|
|MVK/MVV 3950||(0)||Recital (Requires at least two years of prior applied study.)|
|In addition, complete the requirements for one of the following emphases:|
|MUR 4411/4412||(2-2)||Organ History/Literature|
|MVV 1211||(2-2)||Applied Voice Lessons - Secondary Level|
|MUL 4642||(1)||Survey of Sacred Choral Literature|
|MUL 4490||(1)||Survey of Organ Literature|
|MUL 4600||(1)||Survey of Sacred Solo Vocal Literature|
|MVK 1111||(1-1)||Class Piano|
|MVK 2121||(1-1)||Class Piano|
Contact Coordinator regarding recital preparation and jury procedures. Vocal Emphasis students exempting MVK 2121 must complete one semester of MVK 3131. Vocal emphasis students exempting MVK 3131 must complete one semester of MVK 1211 or MVK 1213.