Academic Catalog 2014.2015 - page 177

Program Level Learning Outcomes
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PROGRAM-LEVEL LEARNING OUTCOMES
5. Demonstrate mastery of the various methods
of combinatorics.
Mathematics Education
1. Demonstrate principles for effectively teaching
mathematics-related topics to students.
2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of current
issues in mathematics education.
3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of
fundamental algebraic structures (e.g., groups,
rings, and fields).
4. Describe the theoretical and axiomatic
structure of mathematics.
5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of number
theory.
6. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of
the key persons and events in the history of
mathematics.
7. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge
of the nature and applications of discrete
structures.
8. Demonstrate a basic mastery of the principles
of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries.
Pure Mathematics
1. Demonstrate a working knowledge of
fundamental algebraic structures (e.g., groups,
rings, and fields).
2. Demonstrate master y of the rigorous
development and theory of calculus.
3. Describe the theoretical and axiomatic
structure of mathematics.
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of number
theory.
5. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of
the key persons and events in the history of
mathematics.
6. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge
of the properties of complex numbers and
complex-valued functions.
Music Core
1. Demonstrate a familiarity with the “grammar”
of music, including notation, chord
progressions, part-writing, and melody
harmonization.
2. Demonstrate a thorough working knowledge
of the major composers, significant works,
styles, and forms of the six eras of music
history.
3. Articulate a biblically-based theology of music
and worship.
4. Demonstrate musicianship through the
mastery of at least one music instrument using
proper skills in technique, producing good
tone quality with artistic interpretation, and
accurately portraying the stylistic literature of
the major composers.
5. Demonstrate master y of conducting
fundamentals including beat patterns, baton
technique, transpositions, score reading,
cueing, subdivisions, fermatas, and releases.
6. Demonstrate a working knowledge of
music notation software, musical sequencing
software, and other software associated with
the music industry.
7. Demonstrate a working knowledge of
MIDI, and its uses and function within the
music technology world for music creation,
performance, and market usefulness.
8. Use research tools effectively to prepare written
presentations within the music discipline.
Music and Communication
1. Engage in discussion as a speaker who
is easily understood and can present a
persuasive argument, and as a listener who can
correctly interpret and analyze intentions and
techniques.
2. Explain the function and impact of the mass
media on society from a biblical worldview.
3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the
process of interpersonal communication
including verbal and nonverbal messages.
4. Evaluate persuasive speeches, drama, and
written discourse.
5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of spoken,
written, or electronic media, especially as it
correlates with music and the music industry.
Music and Theology
1. Explain the role of systematic theology in
relation to other biblical disciplines (languages,
exposition, preaching, counseling, music,
youth, etc.).
2. Articulate basic Christian doctrines of both
Old and New Testaments, and provide clear
biblical support for each.
3. Articulate the major evidences used to support
Christianity.
Music and Youth Ministry
1. Clearly articulate a biblical philosophy of
ministry as it relates to the purpose of the
Church.
2. Identify significant factors in current day youth
culture and describe their effect on Christian
educational ministries to this age group.
3. Describe the interrelationships between the
various church ministries (Christian education,
music ministry, youth ministry, biblical
counseling, missions, etc.).
Music Core
1. Demonstrate a mastery of aural and written
skills associated with the “grammar” of music,
including notation, chord progressions, part-
writing, and melody harmonization.
MUSIC (BACHELOR of ARTS)
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