Pre-college Music Theory is designed for incoming freshmen students to learn fundamental aural and written music theory content and skills during the summer prior to the beginning of their freshman year. Incoming students who wish to bypass Music Theory TH045 and begin their Fall Semester in freshman level Music Theory and begin to earn music theory credits toward their graduation requirement in their first semester of their freshman year should complete this course.
Westminster Online offers you an unprecedented opportunity to study with an expert faculty - with all the convenience and flexibility of online classes! Our new Online Certificate in Critical Pedagogy for Music Education is ideal for busy music educators. You can take classes whenever and wherever you like - and opt to take one, two, three or four classes. While a four-part series of online graduate classes leads to a certificate in Critical Pedagogy for Music Education, student can take these courses for graduate credit and apply those credits toward a graduate program at Westminster.
- Creative Practices in Choral Pedagogy: Building Vocal Technique & Aural Skills into your Choir
June 27 - August 19, 2016
$650 non-credit; $1,850 for 3 graduate credits
James Jordan - One of the most influential conductors in America today and a prolific writer on the philosophy of music making and choral teaching