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Kodály Certification Classes 2014: 

   June 1-13:  Brochure Here!

 

2014 Upcoming Workshops supported by our partners at KMEK:

 

KMEK Workshop with Susan Tevis:  April 12, 2014

Senseney Music 9:00-4:00

See  www.kmek.org to sign up for the workshop. 

 

Susan Tevis and our Prep Workshop:  April 12 at Senseney Music

 

Orientation meeting for Kodaly training  will be June 1 from 2:00-5:00 in Duerksen C107

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General Information for all students

Wichita State University offers three levels of Kodály training.   Each program is designed to lead toward Kodály certification requirements. The WSU program is nationally endorsed by the OAKE (Organization of American Kodaly Educators). Space is limited.

All participants are asked to make a reservation through the College of Fine Arts Institute (CFAI) by calling 316-978-3581 or emailing kodaly@wichita.edu so we can contact you as needed.  You also may make a reservation in person Mon-Fri at CFAI between 1-5 p.m. in Jardine Hall Room 112 on the WSU campus.

Kodaly training can be taken as a non-credit option or for graduate credit.  Non-credit registration is through the College of Fine Arts Institute.  Credit registration is through the WSU graduate school.  

  • Graduate Credit (including fee): TBD
  • Non-credit option:  TBD.  

For Credit Option: is a WSU ONLINE registration process and requires admission to the graduate school either as a degree bound or non-degree student.  You may start that process by clicking here.

Noncredit Option: The noncredit fee per level is $500.   Noncredit registration will be online this year.  Please use this link:

NON-CREDIT REGISTRATION

 

Enrollment for Undergradaute or Graduate Credit:   WSU online enrollment for credit tentatively starts April 15. Graduate credit for 2014 is obtained by enrolling in the appropriate sections (methodology and solfege) and paying the Kodaly fee plus  5 hours tuition at the workshop rate and the associated student fees. For 2014, those costs are handled through your WSU online enrollment and payment. Tuition and fees for the 5 credit hours will be $ XXXXX (inclusive). Payment will be online after your enrollment is processed.  There is a short-term loan option available through WSU.  You may be eligible for financial aid if you are taking additional hours. An additional charge of $50.00 is required for admission to the graduate school or $35.00 for undergraduate admission. For details on WSU admission go directly to the Admissions Gateway link here.    We look forward to working with you.  

Special offering for those who already have certification:  Kodály Applications:  for students who have already completed Kodaly Certification (3 levels at WSU or equivalency at another program). This course has a variety of format options including independent study, song analysis/research, group work with other advanced students, participation in choir, methods level refreshers (depending on enrollment size for specific levels), and musicianship refreshers. This course is repeatable for credit.  For further information or individual advising about this course, please contact elaine.bernstorf@wichita.edu

Enrollment Instructions

KODÁLY TRAINING LEVEL ONE

Kodály: Methods Level One MUSE 761 (3 credit hours) Section #TBD 

Kodály: Solfege Level One MUSE 762 (2 credit hours) Section #TBD

Level 1 Course Materials (passworded)

 

KODÁLY TRAINING LEVEL TWO

Kodály: Methods Level Two MUSE 763 (3 credit hours) Section #TBD 

Kodály: Solfege Level Two MUSE 764 (2 credit hours) Section  #TBD

Level 2 Course Materials (passworded)

 

KODÁLY TRAINING LEVEL THREE

Kodály: Methods Level Three MUSE 765 (3 credit hours) Section #TBD

Kodály: Solfege Level Three MUSE 766 (2 credit hours) Section #TBD

Level 3 Course Materials (passworded)

 

KODÁLY APPLICATIONS for Levels Graduates

This new workshop/course is designed for students who have completed their Kodály certification. The course assist students in continual development of their individual musicianship, mentoring and research skills.  Students can work individually or with the "applications group" to do folksong research, hone their musicianship (conducting/solfege) skills, or review methodology with levels instructors.  Students will be encouraged to sing in the choir. Applications students also may  mentor current students as a means of reviewing their levels materials. Contact  steve.oare@wichita.edu or  elaine.bernstorf@wichita.edu for more information.  Kodaly Applications: MUSE 767 (2 credits) Section CRN # TBD

 

 

Please visit the KODÁLY MUSIC EDUCATORS OF KANSAS 

website at http://www.kmek.org for more  information updates