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Bachelor of Education in Music Education (for teaching licensure in instrumental, vocal or general music)
The Bachelor of Education in Music Education degree for teaching licensure in instrumental, vocal or general music, is for students planning to teach music to students ages 3-21 and/or in grades PreK-12. Beyond the University's core curriculum, requirements consist of music courses, professional education courses, elementary/secondary courses, and either the instrumental or choral cluster courses. Acceptance into the program requires an audition and a music theory placement exam.
This degree is offered through the Judith Herb College of Education, Health Science and Human Service. For complete information on the music education degree, please see the College’s section in University course catalog. Follow the degree guide for the Multiage Education degree.
For information on graduate level programs in Music Education, click the Graduate Degrees link to your right.