Department of Music. Traditional Track: Music Instrumental. Students may complete no more than five approved program courses prior to unconditional admission to the Traditional Master's Program. Core Courses All students are required to take five core courses 13 hours. Using writing and discussion, the class provides a clear and realistic understanding of issues involved in choosing education as a career. Writing is a significant component of this course QEP. Teaching music in the elementary school environment. Investigation of critical elements in the teaching and learning process as related to music in grades N Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. Examines the history and contemporary philosophy of music education in the public schools.
Experiment now. Experience a "sound bath" and let the music carry you away
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Music can have a profound effect on both the emotions and the body. Faster music can make you feel more alert and concentrate better. Upbeat music can make you feel more optimistic and positive about life. A slower tempo can quiet your mind and relax your muscles, making you feel soothed while releasing the stress of the day. Music is effective for relaxation and stress management. Research confirms these personal experiences with music. Current findings indicate that music around 60 beats per minute can cause the brain to synchronize with the beat causing alpha brainwaves frequencies from 8 - 14 hertz or cycles per second. This alpha brainwave is what is present when we are relaxed and conscious. To induce sleep a delta brainwave of 5 hertz , a person may need to devote at least 45 minutes, in a relaxed position, listening to calming music.
The University of North Alabama is dedicated to making the transfer process as simple as possible. Together, the Transfer Guide and the UNA Area V Page, if used correctly, will guide you through your first two years of course work and prevent the loss of credit hours upon transfer. If you have obtained a Transfer Guide for a major in Secondary Education—Instrumental Music , be sure to print this page and use it along with the Guide. Upon transfer, please bring these documents to insure a smooth academic transition. Separate admission is required. Secondary Education students should contact their content area advisor for content area questions and their education advisor for questions about their education program. It is important for students to contact both advisors content area and education during their first semester at UNA.