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The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Department of Music Chart of Intended Student Learning Competencies/Outcomes (January 9, 2006) Categories of Competencies Bachelor of Arts with Elective Studies in Business Bachelor of Arts in Music Student Learning (Liberal Arts): Outcomes for Student Learning All Professional Degrees Outcomes in Music A student can: I. A fundamental level of musicianship demonstrating aural, analytical, and technological skills. I.A-LA Demonstrate the ability to hear, identify, and work conceptually with the elements of music – harmony, melody, rhythm, texture, and form/structure. I.B-LA Demonstrate an understanding of compositional processes, aesthetic properties of style, and the ways these shape and are shaped by artistic and cultural forces I.C-LA Identify and work conceptually with the elements of music - rhythm, melody, harmony, and structure - culminating in the creation of an original work. I.D-LA Use technology. = Area of Synthesis A student can: I.B.1. Place music into its proper historical, cultural, and stylistic context. I.C.1. Create (compose and improvise) derivative or original music at a level appropriate to the area of specialization. I.C.2. Create (compose and/or improvise) at a basic level in one or more musical languages, for example, the imitation of various musical styles, improvisation on preexisting materials, the creation of original compositions, experimentation with various sound sources, and manipulating the common elements in nontraditional ways. I.D.1. Identify and describe the important role played by technology in music today. I.D.2. Use technology as deemed appropriate to their area of specialization. II. A proficiency in performance skills. II.A-LA Sight-read musical notation (both pitch and rhythm) to the level of successfully performing a II.A.1. Sight-read music at an appropriate level of difficulty. Additional Student Learning Outcomes for Bachelor of Arts with Elective Studies in Business A student can: The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Department of Music Chart of Intended Student Learning Competencies/Outcomes (January 9, 2006) Bachelor of Arts with Elective Studies in Business melody. II.B-LA Accompany or II.B.1. Demonstrate an transpose a simple melody, adequate level of play scales and chord keyboard proficiency. progressions in any given key, and perform a piano solo effectively on the keyboard. II.C-LA Realize a variety of II.C.1. Demonstrate both a musical styles in knowledge of and the performance. ability to perform appropriate repertoire in a major performance area. II.D-LA Demonstrate the II.D.1. Demonstrate discipline to practice on technical skills in at least his/her instrument. one performance medium that allow for an appropriate level of artistic self-expression. II.D.2. Work independently in appropriate situations requiring the use of the competencies and the application of the learning outcomes.* II.E-LA Communicate II.E.1. Demonstrate effectively through live technical skills in at least performance on an one performance medium instrument or voice as a that allow for an soloist or in an ensemble. appropriate level of artistic self-expression. II.E.2. Work independently, and in collaboration with others, in matters of musical interpretation. III. A fundamental level of knowledge in music history and literature. III.A-LA Listen critically to a performance and analyze it from historical, stylistic, and formal perspectives. . III.B-LA Identify, describe, compare, and contrast the characteristics of various II.E.3. Participate regularly in a variety of ensembles. III.A.1. Identify and describe the basic elements of which all music is comprised through aural, verbal, and visual analyses. III.A.2. Apply knowledge of musical forms, processes, and structures in a variety of contexts appropriate to his/her specific area of specialization. III.B.1. Place music in its proper historical, cultural, and stylistic context. The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Department of Music Chart of Intended Student Learning Competencies/Outcomes (January 9, 2006) Bachelor of Arts with Elective Studies in Business musical cultures and III.B.2. Identify, describe, historical periods. compare, and contrast the characteristics of various musical cultures and historical periods from the origin of music history to the present. III.C-LA Identify a wide III.C.1. Recognize and selection of musical classify literature beyond literature, the principal eras, the area of specialization genres, and cultural sources. via attendance at recitals, concerts, opera and musical theatre productions and other performance venues. III.D-LA Define and classify III.D.1. Identify and musical terminology and use describe the basic it correctly. elements of which all music is comprised through aural, verbal, and visual analyses. III.E-LA Demonstrate an III.E.1. Work with a open mind, an appreciation, comprehensive repertoire and a positive attitude toward including music from a music and music endeavors variety of world cultures as of all kinds. well as music of the present time.* III.E.2. Identify and describe the basic interrelationships and interdependencies among the various professions and activities that constitute the music enterprise.* III.F-LA Develop and II.F.1. Formulate and defend musical judgments. defend value judgments about music.* The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Department of Music Chart of Intended Student Learning Competencies/Outcomes (January 9, 2006) Bachelor of Arts with Elective Studies in Business IV-LA.1. Think, speak, and write IV-B.1. Apply a fundamental IV. A fundamental knowledge of financial accounting to knowledge in the program clearly and effectively. IV-LA.2. Investigate the workings and basic accounting equation, areas of Liberal Arts, of developments of modern society transaction analysis, and financial Education and Music through mathematical and experimental statements. Education, or of methods, analysis, and historical and IV-B.2. Employ a fundamental Business. quantitative techniques. knowledge of basic economic issues IV-LA.3. Address culture and history such as the nature of an economic from a variety of perspectives. system, supply and demand, IV-LA.4. Demonstrate an monopolies, pollution and public understanding of and experience in good, ethics and law, unemployment, thinking about moral and ethical inflation, the Federal Reserve problems. System, and money. IV-LA.5. Respect, understand, and IV-B.3. Effectively use oral and evaluate work in a variety of written communication skills as disciplines. needed within a business context. IV-LA.6. Explain and defend one's IV-B.4. Apply a fundamental views effectively and rationally. knowledge of the principles of IV-LA.7. Demonstrate an management to the decision-making understanding of and experience in art process tied to the planning, forms other than music. organizing, leading, and controlling of profit and non-profit organizations. IV-B.5. Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of basic marketing principles. IV-B.6. Illustrate a fundamental knowledge of advertising planning and strategy. IV-B.7. Apply the basics of good business practice as encountered in an appropriate internship setting. Supplementary Listing General Education Goals: Dispositions (GED) Code GED 1 Dispositions – Area Lifelong Learning GED 2 Health and Wellness GED 3 Social Responsibility and Appreciation of Diversity GED 4 Values and Ethics Goal The UNCP graduate should demonstrate an appreciation of the need for the lifelong pursuit of additional skills and knowledge as an educated and informed citizen. The UNCP graduate should demonstrate a knowledge and appreciation of the basic principles of physical and psychological health and wellness. The UNCP graduate should demonstrate a sensitivity to the rights and views of others, an active concern for the well-being of others and society as a whole, and an appreciation of various cultures. The UNCP graduate should have an informed regard for human values and the ability to make judgments based on ethical and environmental considerations.