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Comprised of three distinct colleges, Oklahoma Panhandle State University accepts a diverse collection of students from all educational backgrounds. The programs of study offered at OPSU lead to nearly 60 different baccalaureate and associate degrees. In addition to the baccalaureate opportunities, OPSU offers several pre-professional studies in selected fields. OPSU strives to enrich its student's lives educationally, personally, and socially. It is the hope that students matriculating at OPSU will receive life-long learning experiences that meet their needs, personally and vocationally.

Program Info

Program

Music - Music Pedagogy
B.M. (Bachelor of Music)

Faculty Contact

Photograph of Lewis, Charla
Lewis, Charla
Title: Assistant Professor / Director of Instrumental Music / Department Chair of Music / Director of Music Education
Office: HS 114
Phone: 580.349.1483
Email: Email Web Form

Requirements

Total Hours: 124
  • General Education 41
  • Music Theory 19
    • *Musi 1521-Theory of Music I Lab
    • *Musi 1523-Theory of Music
    • *Musi 1531-Theory of Music II Lab
    • *Musi 1533-Theory of Music II
    • *Musi 2541-Theory of Music III Lab
    • *Musi 2543-Theory of Music III
    • *Musi 2551-Theory of Music IV Lab
    • *Musi 2553-Theory of Music IV
    • *Musi 3563-Forms and Analysis
  • Music History and Literature 8
    • *Musi 2312-History and Literature of Music I
    • *Musi 2412-Ethnomusicology
    • *Musi 3332-History and Literature of Music II
    • *Musi 3342-History and Literature of Music III
  • Applied Music 25
    • *Mupi 1XX0-Private Lesson- (4) (lower division)
    • *Mupi 3XX0-Private Lesson- (4) (upper division)
    • *Mupi 4991-Recital
    • *Mupe 1XXX- Major Ensemble- (8)
    • All music majors must be in a major ensemble appropriate for their principal instrument every semester of residence. Barrier examinations in theory and applied music must be successfully completed before advancement to the junior level. A keyboard proficiency examination must be passed before graduation. All entering music majors must take a placement examination in theory before their first enrollment.
  • Music Education 20
    • *Mued 2112-Woodwind Pedagogy
    • *Mued 2212-Brass Pedagogy
    • *Mued 2312-Percussion Pedagogy
    • *Mued 2412-Strings Pedagogy
    • *Mued 2511-Class Voice
    • *Mued 2521-Diction for Singers I
    • *Mued 2531-Diction for Singers II
    • *Mued 3212-Vocal Pedagogy
    • *Mued 3113-Principles of Conducting
    • *Mued 3122-Instrumental Conducting
    • *Mued 3132-Choral Conducting
  • Electives
    • Sufficient coursework to bring total hours to 124