Complete any outstanding MUSC core requirements.
Complete any outstanding P/J breadth or I/S second teaching subject requirements.
Be sure you have taken PSYCH 100. If you will apply for P/J, you may substitute the Developmental Psychology course from Athabasca University.
Make sure you have the right number of units to graduate, including 300+ courses.
Ensure that you have 24.0 - 30.0 Music Education units within your BMUS degree.
If you have not taken MUSC 270 Conducting, do so!
If you have not taken MUSC 336, ensure that you take MUSC 332.
Ensure that you have 6.0 units in 400 level music education.
Take one of these three, if you have not taken two, or substitute a MUSC 280s for the second MUSC 180:
|181*||A||Woodwind Techniques & Methods||Craig|
|183*||A||Brass Techniques & Methods||Tremblay|
|187*||A||Percussion Techniques & Methods||Runions|
The MUSC 280s series is new to Queen’s, but most valuable for music educators at the I/S level because the focus is on teaching these instruments in the classroom.
|281*||B||Woodwind Techniques and Methods II||Freeman|
|283*||B||Brass Techniques and Methods II||Brunette|
|285*||B||String Techniques and Methods II||Dalbec-Szczesniak|
|332*||A||Music in Early Adolescence||Lamb|
|373*X||B||Music Theatre Practicum||Fort/Kelly|
|438*||B||Music Education Seminar||Lamb|
Topics in Music Education I - Music and Mass Media
For questions about Music Education and second teaching subjects within the BMUS degree, see Dr Roberta Lamb, Concurrent Education advisor in Music.
For questions about the Concurrent BEd, see Vicky Andrews, Concurrent BEd Coordinator in Education.
For other issues and problems with SOLUS, contact Dr Stephanie Lind, Chair of Undergraduate Studies, Music.