Jul 09, 2020  
2019 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 
    
2019 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin

Music, Music Education Track, B.M. (CIP 13.1312)


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Degree Requirements


In addition to the requirements of the academic major, students must comply with the General Academic Regulations for Graduation  and Undergraduate Academic Policies .  As part of these policies, students must complete the General College Curriculum , which is based on the degree.

Music (CIP 50.0901)


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Students must enroll in a major ensemble with each semester of major applied study.

Additional Requirements


Total semesters for major applied study vary with each track. Each track requires 2 semesters of minor applied study. The minor applied study for piano majors is determined following consultation with faculty adviser. The minor applied study for all other majors is piano. Each student must meet the guidelines in piano proficiency (defined in Handbook of Policies and Guidelines) before the minor applied requirement is satisfied. It may be necessary to take more than 2 hours of minor applied study to meet guideline proficiency requirements. If a student can meet guideline proficiency requirements prior to 2 semesters of minor applied study, the student may opt for another minor applied study. Course exemption is available in Music Theory through advanced placement testing. However, students who place beyond MUSC 101 , MUSC 103 , MUSC 201  or MUSC 203  must substitute each exempted course with MUSC 291 , MUSC 302 , MUSC 401  or MUSC 402  in observance with prerequisites.

Additional Music Education Requirements


  • Seven semester of major applied study culminating with half recital in the seventh semester are required.
  • Students must also complete the Professonal Education sequence in the School of Education.

Admission Requirements for Teacher Education


In addition to general admission requirements for Campbell University, students seeking initial North Carolina Teacher Licensure must be admitted to the Teacher Education Program prior to their junior year. Admission requirements for Teacher Education include a 2.7 overall GPA, a grade of “C” or better on all content area and education courses and passing the Core Praxis Exam (or acceptable SAT/ACT scores). If a teacher education candidate does not meet the North Carolina Licensure established score on the SAT/ACT for admittance into the teacher education program, they are automatically enrolled in EDUC 106  and/or EDUC 107  in order to prepare for the CORE PRAXIS (Math and/or Reading). Please see your advisor in the Professional Education Department for all additional North Carolina Licensure Requirements.

 

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