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1 Music Program Level Student Learning Outcomes After completing coursework to fulfill an AA degree, or to transfer, the student should be able to critique a piece of music based on elements of music, including form, style, rhythm, harmony, melody, timbre, texture and dynamics. Course Level Student Learning Outcomes Music 1 Music Fundamentals: By the end of the semester, students will be able to construct or analyze a close position triad or its inversions within a major or minor key context. Music 2A Sightsinging: Students will be expected to sing all simple intervals, major and minor scales, a diatonic melody, major and minor triads in root position, and a rhythmic example in simple meter featuring subdivisions of the beat. Music 2B Advanced Sightsinging: Students will be expected to sing all simple intervals, major and minor scales, a diatonic melody, major and minor triads in root position, and a rhythmic example in simple meter featuring subdivisions of the beat. Music 3 Introduction to Music Theory: By the end of the semester, students should be able to demonstrate spelling and identification all triad types (M, m, d, A) in root position and all inversions and the V7 chord in root position and all inversions. Music 3A Theory and Musicianship: By the 12th week of the semester, students will be expected to sing minor scales, all simple intervals, short diatonic melodies, major and minor triads in root position and all inversions, and clap a rhythmic example in simple meter featuring subdivisions of the beat. Music 3B Theory and Musicianship II: By the 12th week of the semester, students will be expected to sing all simple intervals, major and minor triads in root position and all inversions, all diatonic seventh chords in root position, a short diatonic melody, and clap a rhythmic example in compound meter featuring subdivisions of the beat. Music 3C Theory and Musicianship III: By the 12th week of the semester, students will be expected to sing all simple intervals, major and minor triads in all inversions, all diatonic seventh chords in root position, the dominant seventh chord in all inversions, a diatonic melody, and a rhythmic example in simple or compound meter featuring multiple subdivisions of the beat. Music 5 Commercial/Jazz Theory and Musicianship: SLO #1 Students will be expected to play at the keyboard all the diatonic 7th chords in a given major or minor key, to play all the modes of a given major scale, and, given the symbol for a major, minor, dominant, diminished, or half diminished 7th chord, play the chord in root position and play the scale(s) associated with that chord. Music 5 Commercial/Jazz Theory and Musicianship: SLO #2 Students will be able to recognize musical jazz style periods after listening to prerecorded musical examples. Music 7 Exploring Music in Education: By the end of the semester, students will be able to distinguish between unipartite, binary and ternary forms in music. Music 8A Counterpoint: Students should be able to compose original examples of 3:1 species counterpoint. Music 8B Counterpoint II:

2 SLO#1 By midterm, students should be able to compose an original accompanied canon. Music 8B Counterpoint II: SLO #2 Students should be able to compose an original sixteen-measure canon in a key of their choice using an acceptable chord progression and modulation to a closely-related key. Music 11 Music Appreciation: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples Music 12 Music Cultures of the World: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples Music 13 Survey of Jazz: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples Music 15A Music History and Literature up to 1750: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples Music 15B Music History and Literature 1750 to Present: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples Music 16 History of Rock Music: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples. Music 17 Music of the Beatles: Students will be able to recognize musical style periods after listening to pre-recorded musical examples. Music 18ab Voice Class I: At the midpoint and end of this course, students will be able to critique their individual in-class performances by watching DVDs of those performances Music 19abcd Voice Class II: At the midpoint and end of this course, students will be able to critique their individual in-class performances by watching DVDs of those performances. Music 20abcd Music Production Workshop: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert. They will evaluate the choral sound(in written form) and focus their comments on choral elements such as: Intonation, blend, balance, stylistic approach, and musicality Music 23abcd Applied Music/Private Lessons: In the last week of the semester, students will perform a musical selection, prepared during their private lessons, for a juried panel of Applied Music faculty members. Music 30ab Beginning Jazz Improvisation: SLO #1 Students will be expected to play on their instrument all the diatonic 7th chords in a given major or minor key, to play all the modes of a given major scale, and, given the symbol for a major, minor, dominant, diminished, or half diminished 7th chord, play the chord in root position and play the scale(s) associated with that chord. Music 30ab Beginning Jazz Improvisation: SLO #2 Upon completion of this course, students should be able to perform on their instrument or voice all the diatonic 7th chords in a given major or minor key, to perform all the modes of a given major scale, and, given the symbol for a major, minor, dominant, dominant 7sus, diminished, or half diminished 7th chord, play or sing the chord in root position, and play or sing the scale(s) associated with that chord. Music 31A Beginning Piano I: SLO #1 By the end of the semester, students will be able to play an elementary level piano piece with accurate notes, rhythms and fingerings. In addition, they will be able to play one octave harmonic minor scales on a, d and e, hands-together. Music 31A Beginning Piano I: SLO #2 Ability to play with a consistent rhythm, major and minor musical scales with accurate detection of key signatures using correct Music 31B Beginning Piano II: SLO #1 By the end of the semester, students will be able to play an early intermediate level piano piece with accurate notes, rhythms and fingerings. In addition, they will be able to play two octave arpeggios on D and A, hands-alone

3 Music 31B Beginning Piano II: SLO #2 Ability to play with a consistent rhythm, major and minor musical scales with detection of key signatures using correct Music 31C Intermediate Piano I: SLO # 1 By the end of the semester, students will be able to play a middle-intermediate level piano piece with accurate notes, rhythms and fingerings, observing all interpretive markings in the score. In addition, they will be able to play two octave minor scales on c and g, hands-together. Music 31C Intermediate Piano I: SLO #2 Ability to play with a consistent rhythm, major and minor musical scales with detection of key signatures using correct Music 31D Intermediate Piano II: SLO # By the end of the semester, students will be able to play a late-intermediate piano piece with accurate notes, rhythms and fingerings, observing all interpretive markings in the score. In addition, they will be able to play three octave minor scales on c and g, hands-together. Music 31D Intermediate Piano II: SLO # 2 Ability to play with a consistent rhythm, major and minor musical scales with detection of key signatures using correct Music 32abcd Advanced Piano: SLO #1 By the end of the semester, students will be able to play an early-advanced level piano piece with accurate notes, rhythms and fingerings, observing all interpretive markings on the score. In addition, they will be able to play four octave minor scales on c and g, hands-together. Music 32abcd Advanced Piano: SLO #2 Ability to play with a consistent rhythm, major and minor musical scales with detection of key signatures using correct Music 40abcd The Singer as Actor: After the final performance, students will be able to assess their performances by watching a DVD of the final performance. Music 41abcd Opera Workshop: After the final performance, students will be able to assess their performances by watching a DVD of the final performance. Music 43abcd Beginning Woodwind Instruments: During several class meetings throughout the semester, students will perform musical selections on their instrument using proper playing techniques. Music 44abcd Beginning Brass Instruments: During several class meetings throughout the semester, students will perform musical selections on their instrument using proper playing techniques. Music 45abcd Beginning Percussion Instruments: During several class meetings throughout the semester, students will perform musical selections on their instrument using proper playing techniques. Music 46abcd Beginning String Instruments: During several class meetings throughout the semester, students will perform musical selections on their instrument using proper playing techniques. Music 47ab Beginning Guitar: Ability to play a piece with a consistent rhythm, with accurate detection of key signatures using correct fingering and finger positions. Music 48abcd Intermediate Guitar: Ability to play with a consistent rhythm, major scales and interpret with accurate detection of key signatures using correct fingering and finger positions a prepared piece. Music 51abcd Concert Choir: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert. Music 53abcd Chorale: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert. Music 55abcd College Community Choir: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert. Music 57abcd Women s Chorus: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert. Music 58abcd Beginning Chorus: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert.

4 Music 60 Woodwind Ensembles: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 61abcd Brass Ensembles: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 62abcd Percussion Ensembles: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 63abcd String Ensembles: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 64abcd Symphonic Band: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 65abcd College Community Band: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 67abcd Big Band Jazz: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 68abcd Jazz Band: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or watching a DVD of their performance. Music 69abcd College Community Jazz Band: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 70abcd Symphony Orchestra: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 71abcd Chamber Orchestra: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 72abcd College Community Orchestra: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 76abcd Clarinet Choir: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 80abc Fundamentals of Electronic Music: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 81A Introduction to Electronic Music Studio: Students should be able to compose a song in Cubase and demonstrate their knowledge of the sequencing software by using settings and effects as specified by the instructor. Music 81B Electronic Music Studio: Students should be able to compose a song using audio and VST functions with Cubase and Sony s Soundforge audio processing. They will demonstrate their knowledge of audio and VST functions and the software by creating sounds and by using settings, effects, and techniques as specified by the instructor. Music 82ab Digital Audio Recordings for Commercial Music: SLO #1 Students should be able to: 1.Record a variety of songs and audio from start to finish in various media genres using traditional, and new computer Hardware/Software related technologies. Music 82ab Digital Audio Recordings for Commercial Music: SLO #2. Demonstrate an understanding of Sound Wave Characteristics, Analog to Digital/ Digital to Analog Conversion, and Sound Design. Music 83abcd Keyboarding for Commercial Music: SLO #1 Students should be able to Compose, play and arrange a variety of songs from start to finish in various genres using traditional, modern styles, and new computer software/synthesis related technologies.

5 Music 83abcd Keyboarding for Commercial Music: SLO# 2.Demonstrate an understanding of chords, harmony, and melody as they apply to Commercial Piano Applications. Music 84 Commercial Music Business Studies: Students should be able to analyze the Music Business historic trends and its new developments. Music 85ab Songwriting for Commercial Music: SLO #1 Students should be able to: 1.Compose a variety of songs from start to finish in various genres using traditional, and new computer software related technologies. Music 85ab Songwriting for Commercial Music: SLO #2. Demonstrate an understanding of chords, harmony, and melody as they apply to Commercial Songwriting. Music 90abcd Intermediate Applied Music/Private Lessons: In the last week of the semester, students will perform a musical selection, prepared during their private lessons, for a juried panel of Applied Music faculty members. Music 555 Community Choir for the Older Adult: After the final concert, members of the choral ensemble will be able to critique their performance by watching a DVD or listening to a CD of their concert. Music 560 Woodwind Ensembles for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 561 Brass Ensembles for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 562 Percussion Ensembles for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 563 String Ensembles for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 565 Community Band for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 567 Jazz Band for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 570 Orchestra for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or Music 576 Clarinet Choir for the Older Adult: After a performance, members of the instrumental ensemble will be able to critique their performance by listening to a CD or

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