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Music Education, BS

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Instill a passion for music in young learners!

If you desire to instill a love of music in learners K-12, our bachelor of science program will fully prepare you for licensure. 

You’ll become proficient in piano/keyboard, orchestration, conducting , band, choral and vocal methods; instrumental music, educational and music theories. You also will join the Ohio Collegiate Music Educators Association (OCMEA), which offers opportunities for professional growth through attendance at state, regional, and national meetings of the Music Educators National Conference.


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"My music explores...the redemptive intervention of a very real God in the affairs of the human race."

- Jesse Ayers
Professor of Music


A major in Music Education consists of the following:

Musicianship Core (35 hours):

*If the student does not pass the entire piano proficiency examination at the conclusion of MUS 253, applied piano must be taken each semester until the exam is passed.

12 hours of applied and ensemble credit as follows:

  • Two (2) hours of primary applied music at the 100 level
  • Two (2) hours of primary applied music at the 200 level
  • Two (2) hours of primary applied music at the 300 level
  • Two (2) hours of secondary applied music at the 100 level or above
  • Four (4) hours of approved ensemble credit

Note:

* If the student does not pass the entire piano proficiency examination at the conclusion of MUS 253, applied piano must be taken each semester until the exam is passed.

28 hours of the following music education core:
31 hours of the following professional education core:


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