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Sites of Interest
College Board’s website can help you explore the various jobs available for different college majors. Visithttp://www.collegeboard.com/csearch/majors_careers/profiles/
Another site for exploring majors comes from Quintessential Careers:http://www.quintcareers.com/majors/
Learn How to Become's site has a great guide to getting a job for recent grads at http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/grads-get-hired-guide/
Emmanuel College is dedicated to intellectual, physical and spiritual growth within the context of a liberal arts education and an environment of Christian concern. We believe God is the personal Creator and Ruler of all time, space and matter, and a true understanding of all things must involve knowledge of His revealed purposes. We further believe the fullest information about God comes from the person of Jesus Christ and the relation of His redemptive works as recorded in the Holy Bible through inspiration of the Holy Spirit. All creation derives value and significance from God revealed in Jesus Christ. Christians are able to live as redeemed, regenerated and cleansed members of society through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit.
We believe education based on these principles is the best possible method of preparing students for and involving them in lasting service to God and others – service noted for integrity, intelligence and devotion. We further believe a college experience in a Christian environment will enable students to develop lifelong spiritual and social values. We believe all truth is God’s truth, and opportunities should be provided students to integrate faith and learning and synthesize their understanding of God’s purpose in Christ with one’s view of the worth of persons and worth of the scientific method in improving life.
Core Values: We believe in and affirm
Christ-Centered Individuals – (The worth of every single person)
As a community we will respect the individual differences of other Christians.
As a community we will respectfully listen to the opinions of students and colleagues.
As a community we will work to help each individual obtain the calling that God has placed on his or her heart.
As a community we will seek to listen first and speak second.
As a community we will be honest with each individual and confront rumors, disagreements and controversy with openness and compassion.
Christ-Centered Community – (The significance of the Body of Christ)
As a community we will work toward excellence in education and never settle for mediocrity.
As a community we will be punctual to our appointments and fulfill our responsibilities.
As a community we will mentor others through our character, actions and speech.
As a community we will endeavor to learn and expand our own development.
As a community we will seek what is true, noble, right and praiseworthy as our service to God.
Christ-Centered Higher Education – (The integration of faith and learning)
As a community we will challenge each other to reach our full intellectual potential.
As a community we will expect quality and integrity in all of our studies.
As a community we will acknowledge Jesus Christ as the ultimate truth in all things and all knowledge.
As a community we will value teaching and learning as our commitment to God’s calling in our lives.
Our Pentecostal/Evangelical Tradition – (Our Christian heritage)
As a community we will celebrate the blessings of God to the forefathers of this community.
As a community we will train and mentor the future leadership of the International Pentecostal Holiness church and our brothers and sisters from other traditions.
As a community we will always seek to strengthen the cords that bind us together in Christian fellowship.
The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music provides a comprehensive study in music, as well as 19-20 semester hour electives that can be taken in a different discipline(s). This program is appropriate for undergraduates who wish to major in music as a part of a liberal arts program. Depending on the choice of electives, it also affords opportunity for graduate and/or vocational opportunities in fields integrating with, or independent of, music.
The Music Department offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in
The Bachelor of Music Education degree is offered in conjunction with the School of Education.
A student may also minor in Music.
Goals and Outcomes
The goals of all music degrees are to guide students into the pursuit of academic and artistic excellence within the framework of the Emmanuel College Philosophy, Mission, and Institutional Aims. Furthermore, the Music Department will seek to develop students who will make significant contributions to their world through the sharing of these artistic achievements.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
The Music Department shares Emmanuel College’s commitment to a Christian liberal arts education and functions as an integral part of that commitment: to enrich the cultural experiences of the general student body, and to prepare music students for the professional practice of music in conjunction with other fields. We are committed to develop musicians who possess knowledge, skills, and competence in the field.
Music program graduates should know the following:
- Elements of the language of music: notation and analysis of pitch, rhythm, harmony, timbre, texture, form, and terminology applicable to instruments and voices.
- Characteristics of artistic tone production, expressiveness, precise articulation, and correct
- performance practices of one’s major instrument or vocal concentration, and competence in one’s minor instrument
- Fundamentals of music theory and practice of the tonal musical periods and basic concepts of contemporary styles: harmony, texture, voice-leading, transposition, and modulation.
- History of Western musical styles and forms from the medieval to contemporary periods, including secular and sacred masterworks for solo voices, instruments, chamber, and large ensembles.
- History of non-Western musical styles, elements, performance media, and forms.
- Elements and principles of leading others to an understanding of music as an art form, as a means of communication, and as a part of intellectual and cultural heritage.
- Influence of the Christian church on the history and practice of music.
- Principles and assessment of ideas, methods and policies, in the arts and in music education for impact on the musical and cultural development of students.
- Students must complete an application for admission to the major.
- Students entering the program must have a minimum high school grade point average of 2.00. A minimum grade of “C-“ is required in Foreign Language in the Liberal Arts Core as a prerequisite to the Foreign Language requirement in the major.
- An audition and admission interview with the music faculty will be scheduled prior to the first semester registration. Students entering the program must pass the entrance audition, demonstrating an acceptable level of proficiency on their chosen instrument, e.g. performing pitches and rhythms accurately. Early audition during the senior year of high school is preferable. However placement interviews and auditions will be held during New Student Orientation when arranged with the music faculty in advance. For specific information concerning interviews, auditions, repertoire, scholarships, or departmental requirements, contact the Music Department Chair in writing or call at the college telephone numbers. Students who wish to audition for a music scholarship must complete the audition by March 1 to be considered for the fall semester. Contact the Student Financial Aid Office for more information.
- Students not meeting the minimum standards of proficiency will be allowed to enter the program as a music minor. At the end of two semesters, students will be re-evaluated as to their progress in music theory and applied music. If an acceptable level of proficiency has been reached, the student will be admitted into the program as a music major. If not admitted, the student will remain as a music minor only.
- Complete an audition in the primary applied music areas, for the purpose of classification.
- Take a written placement test in music theory. Any student scoring below 75% will be required to enroll in MU140I (Music Theory 1 Intensive); students scoring 50% or below will enroll in MU 100 (Music Fundamentals) and MU 060 (Class Piano for Non-majors).
- Maintain an average grade of “B” in each major applied music course and a minimum grade of “C-” in all other music courses.
- Perform in Music Seminars and Department Recitals as scheduled.
- Perform a final exam jury in each applied music course for which the student has registered.
- Completion of required courses in the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and a minimum of 123 hours will qualify a student for graduation.
- Completion of required courses in the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Performance and a
- minimum of 123 hours will qualify a student for graduation.
- Completion of required courses in the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Worship Arts and a minimum of 128 hours will qualify a student for graduation.
- A minimum grade point average of 2.50 is required for all music degrees.
- The keyboard proficiency examination is a part of a continuing effort to prepare our graduates for their respective careers in the best and most thorough manner possible. It is included in the program because the development of basic keyboard skills is considered essential to success in all musical careers. Students should be able to demonstrate facility in the following areas: sight-reading, technique (scales, arpeggios and chord progressions), transposition, harmonization of a melody, score reading, hymn playing, accompanying, and repertoire performance. The Music Faculty recommends that the keyboard proficiency exam be taken after four semesters of piano study. Satisfactory completion of this examination is required for graduation.
The student must have completed MA 175 Pre-calculus and earned at least a C-. Permission to enter into the mathematics program must be given by the department chair. The Mathematics faculty will assist the major department advisor with any questions on advisement for registration in the minor.
In addition to completing the requirements of the liberal arts core and completion of the requirements for a major in another area, the following courses must be taken to qualify as a mathematics minor. There can be no duplication of course work in this minor. If any of the following courses are required by one’s major, additional courses will need to be taken for a total of 17 hours of credit for the minor. A grade of C- or higher in each course is required.
MA 240 (Differential Calculus) 4 hrs.
MA 241 (Integral Calculus) 4 hrs.
MA 242 (Multivariable Calculus) 3 hrs.
Electives 6 hrs.
MA 200 (Statistics)
MA 220 (Linear Algebra I)
MA 310 (Topology)
MA 320 (Linear Algebra II)
MA 321 (Discrete Mathematics)
MA 350 (Differential Equations)
MA 400 (Probability)
MA 440 (Mathematical Analysis)
Total 17 hrs.