Degree Programs

Music education majors may study for three degrees. Their requirements are linked below.

BM Music Education: K-12 General Music

Emphasis 88* hours, including licensure hours

This is a limited-enrollment program requiring departmental admissions approval. A degree in music education prepared the student for K-12 licensure as a public school music teacher with a general music emphasis. The degree program is a composite of music and education.Graduates may obtain a teaching position, pursue graduate work, or use the degree as professional preparation for other fields of endeavor.

The university undergraduate catalog lists the complete degree requirements*, including the suggested plan by which to achieve them, called the Major Academic Plan (MAP).

BM Music Education: K-12 Choral Emphasis

83 hours, including licensure hours

This is a limited-enrollment program requiring departmental admissions approval. A degree in music education prepares the student for K-12 licensure as a public school music teacher with a choral emphasis. The degree program is a composite of music and education. Graduates may obtain a teaching position, pursue graduate work, or use the degree as professional preparation for other fields of endeavor.

The university undergraduate catalog lists the complete degree requirements, including the suggested plan by which to achieve them, called the Major Academic Plan (MAP).

BM Music Education: K-12 Instrumental Emphasis

90 hours, including licensure hours

This is a limited-enrollment program requiring departmental admissions approval. A degree in music education prepares the student for K-12 licensure as a public school music teacher with an instrumental emphasis. The degree program is a composite of music and education. Graduates may obtain a teaching position, pursue graduate work, or use the degree as professional preparation for other fields of endeavor.

The university undergraduate catalog lists the complete degree requirements, including the suggested plan by which to achieve them, called the Major Academic Plan (MAP).

For more information about these programs, please contact Andrew Dabczynski.

Admissions

Complete information about the undergraduate admissions can be found here under the “Admissions & Aid” pages.

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