BACHELOR OF MUSIC WITH A MAJOR IN MUSIC EDUCATION

Degree Coordinator: Dr. Linda A. Hartley

WHAT DO MUSIC EDUCATORS DO?
Music education graduates are licensed to teach instrumental, vocal, and classroom music to students from pre-kindergarten through grade 12.

WHAT ARE THE OBJECTIVES OF THE MUSIC EDUCATION PROGRAM?
The music education program is offered at the undergraduate level to train music majors to become teachers through a combination of classroom studies, clinical and field experiences, and the student teaching experience. It is our goal for graduates to be not only highly competent but also confident about their ability to have a fruitful and rewarding teaching career.

Listed below are the required courses for a major in music education.

UNIVERSITY AND GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (29-38)

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:

BAND SPECIALIZATION (29.5-30)

CHORAL SPECIALIZATION (29-30)

CLASSROOM SPECIALIZATION (28-29)

ORCHESTRA SPECIALIZATION (29.5)


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