Applied Music - Voice
Perform with a high level of musicianship as demonstrated through a developed technical skill, artistic
interpretation, good quality of tone, and ability to perform jointly with an accompanist.
Demonstrate the ability to give leadership to the total music ministry (children through adult) and to work with
Demonstrate a proficiency in composition, arranging, orchestration, and counterpoint, including the ability write
in classical forms and contrasting styles.
Political Studies Core
Describe the philosophies of the major political philosophers of Western civilization.
Articulate a biblical political philosophy and apply it to contemporary issues.
Trace the major events and individuals in the development of the U.S. Constitution and the history of key cases
in its application to American jurisprudence.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of the key works and theories that have shaped American politics.
Conduct effective undergraduate-level research using primary and secondary sources and technological resources
relating to political studies.
Describe the specific areas of interrelationship between the branches of the national government.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of the major processes of the American political system (e.g., legislative,
representation, elective, executive action, political communication).
Trace the major events, individuals, and structures in the development of American political institutions.
Describe the evolution of judicial supremacy in the United States.
Trace the influence of the Bill of Rights on federalism in America.
Develop effective case briefs for selected constitutionally related political issues.
Trace the major events, individuals, and theories in the development of American political thought.
Analyze the major political philosophical works to identify the major theoretical principles being presented and
identify applications of the principles within practical situations.
Teacher Education – Multiple Subject Credential
Develop a biblical worldview as it relates to self, students, subjects, learning, effective teaching, and evaluation.
Discover and develop unique God-given abilities.
Understand the K-8 curriculum, including:
conceptual foundations of disciplines,
how knowledge is created and organized in the disciplines,
significant ideas in the disciplines,
values in the disciplines, and
connections among subject matter disciplines.
Apply the content of university coursework to personal experiences in K-8 classrooms, including:
synthesizing information from multiple sources,