|Type||Yr||First Semester||Second Semester|
|Course No.||Course Name||Credit||Course No.||Course Name||Credit|
|1-4||CME||Major Practice 1,3,5,7||2||CME||Major Practice 2,4,6,8||2|
|1-4||CME2911||Ensemble 1,3,5||2/p||CME2821||Ensemble 2,4,6,8||2/p|
|1-4||CME3011||Performance Training 1,3,5,7||0/p||CME3021||Performance Training 2,4,6||0/p|
|1-2||CME||Minor Practice 1,3||2||CME||Minor Practice 2,4||2|
|1||CME||Reading Music 1||
|CME0401||Reading Music 2||
|CME||Ear Training 1||1||CME0181||Ear Training 2||1|
|CME0211||Study of Harmony 1||2||CME0221||Study of Harmony 2||2|
|2||CME||Reading Music 3||
|CME0271||History of Western Music 2||2|
|CME||Ear Training 3||1|
|CME0261||History of Western Music 1||2|
|CME1291||Intro to Church Music||2|
|1-4||CME1321||Reading English Text||2|
|CME2401||History of Korean Church Music||2||CME0421||Reading Music 4||1|
|CME2971||Ensemble 7||2/p||CME0201||Ear Training 4||1|
|CME0231||Study of Harmony 3||2||CME0292||Hymnology||2|
|CME0281||History of Western Music 3||2||CME1001||History of Western Music 4||2|
|CME1051||Orchestration||2||CME0911||Theory of Musical Form||2|
|CME||Minor Practice 5,7,9,11||1||CME||Minor Practice 6,8,10,12||1|
|CME||Advanced Ensemble 1,3,5,7||2/p||CME||Advanced Ensemble 2,4,6,8||2/p|
|CME||Accompaniment 1,3,5,7||2||CME||Accompaniment 2,4,6,8||2|
|CME1011||Theory and Basics of Conducting 1||2||CME1021||Theory and Basics of Conducting 2||2|
|CME1071||Understanding Modern Music||2||CME1221||Music Aesthetics||2|
|CME1081||Music Analysis 1||2||CME1091||Music Analysis 2||2|
|CME1181||Conducting 1||2||CME2011||Conducting 2||2|
|CME1231||Keyboard Harmony 1||2||CME1241||Keyboard Harmony 2||2|
|CME1172||Worship and Music||2||CME1035||Ensemble Literature||2|
|CME1061||Korean Traditional Music Theory||2||CME1031||Ensemble Arrangement||2|
|CME1151||History of Western Church Music Development||2||CME1211||Church Music Seminar||2|
|CME1203||Theory of Instrument||2||CME1391||Church Music Administration||2|
|CME2893||Piano Accompaniment of Worship and Praise 1||2||CME2894||Piano Accompaniment of Worship and Praise 2||2|
|CME3092||Performance Ensemble 1||2/p||CME3093||Performance Ensemble 2||2/p|
|CME1402||Score Reading||2||CME1403||Score Reading||2|
|CME1111||Children's Choir Instruction||2|
|CME3021||Performance Training 8||0/p|
|CME2895||Worship Organ Training||2|
|CME2896||Piano Tuning and Structure||2|
|Organ Major||CME1522||Organ Accompaniment for Hymn||2||CME1523||Organ Accompaniment for Chant||2|
|CME1524||Organ Improv. Performance 1||2||CME1525||Organ Improv. Performance 2||2|
|CME1923||Organ Structure||2||CME1381||Organ Literature||2|
|Piano Major||CME3412||Piano Teaching Method||2||CME3422||Hymn Piano Improv. Performance||2|
|CME3432||Baroque Keyboard Research||2||CME3442||Classical Piano Music Research||2|
|CME5452||Romance Piano Music Research||2||CME3462||20th Century Piano Music Research||2|
|Vocal Major||CME1122||Italian Diction||2||CME1133||German Diction||2|
|CME1512||English Diction||2||CME1412||Hymn Research||2|
|CME1274||Oratorio Research||2||CME1442||French Diction||2|
|CME1431||Vocal Teaching Method||2|
|CME1302||Classical Music Composition||2||CME1303||Romance Music Composition||2|
|CME1304||Modern Music Composition||2||CME1305||Postmodern Music Composition||2|
|CME1306||Korean Postmodern Music Composition||2||CME1307||Free Composition Techniques||2|
|CME3312||Masterclass in Conducting 1||2/p||CME3322||Masterclass in Conducting 2||2/p|
|CME3332||Masterclass in Conducting 3||2/p||CME3342||Masterclass in Conducting 4||2/p|
|CME3352||Masterclass in Conducting 5||2/p||CME3362||Masterclass in Conducting 6||2/p|
for Theol. Sem.
|CPT1111||Study of Worship||2||CPT0021||Intro to Practical Theology||2|
|CST1041||Intro to Systematic Theology||2||CCE1142||Christian Ethics||2|
|CCE0321||Intro to Bible||2||CHT1211||Intro to Historical Theology||2|
|CCE0012||Intro to Christian Education||2|
Students' skill in the major field is cultivated through personal training.
Selectively train main music pieces that represent worship choral and concert from the 16th century to the modern times, and the ecclesiastical calendar. Basic skills of choral concert and conducting through a diverse repertoire of choral music are acquired.
Performance held every semester by major and evaluated accordingly.
Basic skills and essential practical subject for the respective major of Church Music is developed through personal training.
General reading music skill training in interval, key signature, beat, and rhythm based on the fundamental issues of reading music that uses the G and F clef. Fixed method of singing is enforced.
Reading Music 2 is prerequisite. Practice sight reading of difficult music pieces, and train in alto and tenor clefs. Two part sight reading is divided into different parts and organized to sing in unison.
Read music of complex rhythm and irregular intervals, and get modulation training of changing from one key to another.
Learn composition of minor and major scales and learn how to distinguish in ear training. Continuation in learning major, minor and variations of triad chord; training in three chord progression and transposition.
Undergo advanced ear training in single melody and three-part melody, and frequently use melody and alter tone according to the close relative key.
Fundamentals of functional harmony is reviewed and the 17th century music harmony is analyzed and the practiced.
Campaign for music composition, development process for functional harmony, and the analysis of the 18th and 19th century music harmony are presented.
Music history from Gregorian chant to Renaissance is examined.
Music history of Baroque period is studied.
The compositional aspect, practical application, and practice of counterpoint are reviewed.
Church Music is introduced through the listening of various worship music genres, and lecture of its history.
Acquisition of basic terms to read English books related to Church Music. Listen to English Church Music performance for practical aid.