This course covers rehearsal/performance through band literature
This course covers rehearsal/performance through choral literature
Advanced educational use of multimedia and internet based music technologies.
A study of the materials and techniques utilized in the beginning/middle school band program. Listening and score analysis will be included.
A study of teaching techniques, materials, and repertoire for woodwind instruments.
An intensive study of the administration, curriculum, organization, and teaching techniques of school music programs.
Private instruction is available in the following areas:
6628 Compositional Techniques
The student has the opportunity to engage in intensive study of a particular subject or learn a pertinent skill, which fits his/her academic and/or professional needs, but is not available in the regular curriculum. See semester hour limits listed under Course Restrictions in the General Regulations section.
This course is designed to provide advanced students with an in-depth study of current literature and research on collaboration and consultation as a service delivery model to meet the challenge of educating students with disabilities in the regular classroom. Specifically, this course focuses on collaborative-related issues for teachers who work with students with disabilities. Prerequisite: A survey of Special Education Course is required if not previously completed.
Teaching music through performance in context.
Historical and theoretical analysis of masterworks for band or choir.
An exploration of music notation software. Students will use industry standard notation software to design and produce musical scores, parts, and assignments to be used in a K-12 educational setting.
Advanced study in music assessment.
Alabama Music Educators Association Conference. Attendance and written portfolio is required.
Troy University High School Honor Band or Choir Clinic. Attendance and written portfolio is required.
Troy University Middle School Honor Band Clinic. Attendance and written portfolio is required.
A study of teaching techniques, materials, and repertoire for brass instruments.
A study of teaching techniques, materials, and repertoire for percussion.
This course will provide an overview of our legal system, examine court cases in music/music education and identify the implications studied from this review to assist the practicing music educator.
A study of advanced arranging and scoring concepts for instrumental or choral ensembles.
This course covers the maintenance, repair, and supervision of equipment used by music educators.
The course will focus on principles of leadership as they relate to the music educator and conductor.
Attendance and written portfolio required.
Troy University Summer Band Clinic. Attendance and written portfolio required.
Research methods will provide the student with a detailed examination of types of research and reporting and a working knowledge of research terminology and data analyses as applied to the field of music.
Application of professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes through discussion of historical and philosophical highlights of music education. Includes completion of an individual music project/presentation.
The course will focus on the study and application of basic skills and concepts for music education teaching methodologies such as, but not limited to, Kodály, Orff, and Dalcroze in P-12 Music Education settings.
A survey of undergraduate music theory sequences with emphasis on the pedagogy and functional use of the musicianship skill set in the classrooms.