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Music Education (BMME) - Flute | College of Fine Arts

School of Music · 105 Fine Arts Building · Lexington, KY 40506 · Contact: Elizabeth Packard Arnold - Elizabeth.Arnold@uky.edu

Music Education provides students with a strong foundation in music performance, history and theory along with the theory and practices of music education. Music Education graduates are prepared for careers in K-12 music education and go on to lead bands, orchestras, choirs and classrooms across the country.

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

MUS 170 - THEORY I-ELEMENTARY AURAL THEORY - 2

MUS 171 - THEORY I-ELEMENTARY WRITTEN THEORY - 2

MUS 001 - RECITAL ATTENDANCE - 0

UK Core - Comp. & Comm. I - 3

UK Core - Quantitative Foundations - 3

Piano Proficiency for Music Majors - 1

Secondary Instrument - 1

Music Performance Course (100 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

Total Hours: 15

Spring Semester

MUS 172 - THEORY I-ELEMENTARY AURAL THEORY - 2

MUS 173 - THEORY I-ELEMENTARY WRITTEN THEORY - 2

MUS 001 - RECITAL ATTENDANCE - 0

PSY 100 - INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY - 4

UK Core - Comp. & Comm. II - 3

Piano Proficiency for Music Majors - 1

Secondary Instrument - 1

Music Performance Course (100 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

Total Hours: 16

Total Freshman Hours: 31


Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

EDP 202 - HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING - 3

MUS 263 - INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALS SEMINAR I - 3

MUS 270 - THEORY II-AURAL THEORY - 2

MUS 271 - THEORY II-WRITTEN THEORY - 2

MUS 001 - RECITAL ATTENDANCE - 0

UK Core - Statistical Inferential Reason - 3

Piano Proficiency for Music Majors - 1

Secondary Instrument - 1

Music Performance Course (200 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

Total Hours: 18

Spring Semester

MUS 265 - INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALS SEMINAR II - 3

MUS 272 - THEORY II-AURAL THEORY - 2

MUS 273 - THEORY II-WRITTEN THEORY - 2

MUS 203 - HISTORY OF MUSIC I - 3

MUS 001 - RECITAL ATTENDANCE - 0

Piano Proficiency for Music Majors - 1

Secondary Instrument - 1

Music Performance Course (200 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

UK Core (Music Education program) - 3

Total Hours: 18

Total Sophomore Hours: 36


Junior Year

Fall Semester

EDP 203 - TEACHING EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS IN REGULAR CLASSROOMS - 3

MUS 302 - HISTORY OF MUSIC II - 3

MUS 363 - INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALS SEMINAR III - 3

MUS 371 - INSTRUMENTATION AND ARRANGING - 2

Secondary Instrument - 1

Music Performance Course (300 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

UK Core (Music Education program) - 3

Total Hours: 19

Spring Semester

EPE 301 - EDUCATION IN AMERICAN CULTURE - 3

MUS 303 - HISTORY OF MUSIC III - 3

MUS 365 - INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC METHODS AND MATERIALS SEMINAR IV - 3

MUS 372 - MUSICAL ANALYSIS - 2

Secondary Instrument - 1

Music Performance Course (300 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

UK Core (Music Education program) - 3

Total Hours: 19

Total Junior Hours: 38


Senior Year

Fall Semester

MUS 360 - GENERAL MUSIC I - 3

MUP 440 - UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE RECITAL - 0

Computer Competency - 1

Music Performance Course (400 level) - 2

Music Ensemble (100-level) - 1

UK Core (Music Education program) - 3

UK Core (Music Education program) - 3

Elective Course (100+ level) - 3

Total Hours: 16

Spring Semester

EDC 377 - STUDENT TEACHING IN MUSIC - 12

Total Hours: 12

Total Senior Hours: 28


Total Minimum hours Required for Degree: 120 hours

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