Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix.  Each course description begins with a three letter subject prefix followed by a three – digit course number and the course title. The number on the right of each course description gives the semester credit hours for that course. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description.  Prerequisites are also listed. A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student is permitted to enroll in the course.

Subject Prefix and Course Number
Course Name
Semester Credit Hours
Course Description
Cross Listed Course
Prerequisite
MUE 203Microcomputers and Media in the Music
Classroom
3Development of knowledge and
skills in the use of microcomputers, music technology,
and media in the music classroom. Laboratory required;
field work required. Successful completion
required for admission to the Teacher Education Program
Not ApplicableMusic Education specialization or consent
of instructor
MUE 310Keyboard Skills I2Instruction in piano designed to prepare the
student for effective elementary and secondary level
classroom teaching. One half hour private lesson per week and one hour class laboratory per week.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization and MUC
211 or passing score on the Piano Placement Examination.
MUE 311Keyboard Skills II
2A continuation of MUE 310. Advanced
study and preparation of choral accompaniments. Successful
completion of the course requires a passing
score on the Piano Proficiency Exam. One half-hour
private lesson per week and one hour class laboratory per week.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization and
MUE 310
MUE 331Fundamentals and Methods for the
Elementary School Music Teacher
3A study of school
organization and administration, methods, materials,
and philosophies of teaching music and the design,
administering, and interpretation of assessment measures
in music in grades K-5. Laboratory required; field work required.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization, or consent
of instructor, or MUC 211
MUE 332Fundamentals and Methods for the
Secondary School Music Teacher
3A study of school
organization and administration, methods, materials,
and philosophies of teaching music, and the design,
administering, and interpretation of assessment measures
in music in the secondary school. Laboratory required;
field work required.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization, or consent
of instructor, or MUE 331.
MUE 333Fundamentals of Music for Early Elementary Teachers3Open to non-Music majors. A course designed to
meet the needs of early elementary teachers (K-4),
emphasizing singing, listening, creative activities, use
of Orff instruments, and basic keyboard skills. Laboratory required; field work required.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MUE 348Marching Band Techniques1A study of contemporary marching band
techniques, styles, and trends with emphasis on drill writing and arranging for the marching band.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization and
MUA 262
MUE 435Vocal Methods and Literature2A study of the methods, materials, literature,
and techniques of teaching choral/vocal music at
the elementary and secondary levels. Laboratory required;
field work required.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization and
MUE 332
MUE 437Instrumental Methods and
Literature
2A study of the methods, materials, literature,
and techniques of teaching instrumental music at
the elementary and secondary levels. Laboratory required;
field work required.
Not ApplicableMusic Education Specialization and
MUE 332
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