Bachelor of Music with a Major in Music Education

The Bachelor of Music with a major in music education is a 133-hour degree program designed to enable students to develop the range of knowledge, skills, and competencies expected of those holding a professional baccalaureate degree in music education. This degree leads to T-4 Certification for grades P-12 in Georgia. Students are fully engaged in the Department of Music in performance ensembles and applied music study, culminating with a solo recital. Students must be admitted to the Teacher Education program in the College of Education prior to enrolling in professional sequence courses: MUSC 3650, MUE 3600, MUE 4600, MUE 4610.

Advising of students pursuing this program is done in the Department of Music by departmental faculty. However, admission to the Teacher Education program and arrangements for Pre-service Field Experience and Student Teaching are made through the Office of the Dean of the College of Education. Students must meet all requirements established by the College of Education and the College of the Arts as published in this catalog. These include passage of the Music Education Checkpoint and admission to the Teacher Education Program of the College of Education.