Certificate in Kodaly Method
The Certificate in Kodaly Method is a three-summer, graduate level, nondegree plan of study designed for music educators. The Kodaly Method, named after composer and educator Zoltan Kodaly, is a comprehensive program to train basic musical skills and teach the reading and writing of music.
The program is an experience-based approach to teaching, integrating many of the best ideas, techniques and approaches to music education. The program objective is to train elementary and secondary music educators in comprehensive music literacy in order to improve professional skills. The curriculum includes three levels of courses in both pedagogy and musicianship.
Application procedures, audition repertoire, admission examinations and admission requirements are the same as for all other graduate programs.
- Be admitted to the Graduate School,
- Have a GPA of no less than 3.000,
- Have a valid teaching license in any state, or
- Have program director's approval.
The certificate curriculum includes three levels of courses in both pedagogy and musicianship. Completion of the certificate requires students to complete three levels of courses in Kodaly methodology and three levels of courses in solfege. Students must concurrently take corresponding levels of methodology and solfege.
|MUSE 761||Kodaly Methods Level One||3|
|MUSE 762||Kodaly Solfege Level One||2|
|MUSE 763||Kodaly Methods Level Two||3|
|MUSE 764||Kodaly Solfege Level Two||2|
|MUSE 765||Kodaly Methods Level Three||3|
|MUSE 766||Kodaly Solfege Level Three||2|
|Total Credit Hours||15|