The Suzuki emphasis is open to candidates whose major performance area is violin or viola.
There is a two-year residence requirement. Candidates are required to attend a teacher training institute during the summer between the two years of residency. Candidates must meet the audition requirements expected of all performance degree applicants and are required to present a recital during their course of study.
Acceptance into the Suzuki portion of the degree is subject to approval of the director of Suzuki emphasis at the end of the first term of study.
|MUED-57100||Suzuki Seminar I||3|
|MUED-57200||Suzuki Seminar II||3|
|MUED-67300||Suzuki Practicum I||2|
|MUED-67400||Suzuki Practicum II||2|
|MUED-68000||Psychology of Music Teaching||3|
|MUED-68200||Seminar in Music Education||3|
|MUED-74x00||Summer Suzuki Teacher Institute||3|
|MUMC-61100 or 61200||Recital (performance or lecture-recital)||2|
|MUTH-65200||Bibliography and Research in Music||3|
|PFMJ-6xxxx||Performance (major instrument)||4|
|PFMJ-6xxxx||Performance (minor instrument or ensemble; or chamber music)||2|