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Music Education Degree Requirements

Bachelor's in Music Education - Option I: Instrumental

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF MUSIC IN MUSIC EDUCATION P-12 
Music Education majors should take MUED 130 as a substitution in professional education and/or general education requirements 
OPTION I - INSTRUMENTAL–54 semester hours 
All of the following: 


MUAM 123-499 Six semester hours of Applied Music attaining levels as outlined in the Music Department Handbook MUPR 114, 115 Six hours of Ensembles as outlined in the Music Department Handbook 


Four hours of Instrumental technique classes to be chosen from: 


All of the following:

Professional Education Courses 

Bachelor's in Music Education - Option II: Vocal

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF MUSIC IN MUSIC EDUCATION P-12 
Music Education majors should take MUED 130 as a substitution in professional education and/or general education requirements 
 

OPTION II - VOCAL–54 semester hours 


MUAM 121-499 Six semester hours of Applied Music attaining levels as outlined in the Music Department Handbook MUPR 110 Six hours of Ensembles as outlined in the Music Department Handbook 


Professional Education Courses 


ADDENDUM: Piano majors will substitute MUPR 221 – Piano Pedagogy for MUPR 117 – Class Piano I and MUPR 118 – Class Piano II. 

Bachelor's in Music Education - Option III: Vocal and Instrumental

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF MUSIC IN MUSIC EDUCATION P-12 
Music Education majors should take MUED 130 as a substitution in professional education and/or general education requirements 

OPTION III - VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL–61 semester hours 


All of the following: 
MUAM 121-499 Six semester hours of Applied Music attaining levels as outlined in the Music Department Handbook MUPR 109-119 Six hours of Ensembles as outlined in the Music Department Handbook 

Four hours of Instrumental technique classes to be chosen from: 


All of the following:     


Professional Education Courses 


Option III candidates: Voice majors must add 2 semesters of Instrumental Ensembles and Instrumental majors must add 2 semesters of Vocal Ensembles. Instrumental majors must also add two semesters of applied voice. 


All Music Education majors: All candidates pursuing the Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education MUST be accepted into the Teacher Education program before they will be allowed to register for EDUC 432, Fundamentals of Secondary Education or ELEM 430, Classroom Management and Behavior. 

General Education Requirements

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