Teacher Licensure Music Education

The Music Education programs prepare undergraduate students for licensure to teach music to grades K-12. Students pursuing Music Education as a major, will receive a B.A or B.F.A from the School of Music, as well as K-12 music teacher certification through the college’s Teacher Education Program.

Overview

Undergraduate Music majors seeking teacher certification will obtain a Bachelor of Music degree from the School of Music and K-12 certification through the college’s Teacher Education Program (TEP). Undergraduate Elementary Education majors may obtain a specialization in music so that they are certified to teach K-8 general music.

Program Requirements

Admission Requirements and Application Process

Please allow at least 6 weeks to complete your application materials.

Please direct application questions to Stacy Ervin in the Office of Student Services.

Note: Direct admission is available for eligible freshmen. Information is available at the School of Music website.