Bachelor of Arts in Music Education: Instrumental Emphasis
The emphasis in Instrumental Music Education prepares students to teach instrumental music in public and private schools. The music education degree is especially geared towards students who seek a Christian Worldview perspective in all of their classes. Belhaven's music education program incorporates a series of instrumental methods courses, education courses required for certification, internship and student teaching experiences, and core music and performance based courses.
Opportunities for graduates in this emphasis include graduate school, as well as music specialist positions in public or private middle schools and high schools.
Music scholarships are available.
Distinctive Course Offerings
- Music Theory I
- Music Theory II
- Musicianship I
- Musicianship II
- Music Theory III
- Music Theory IV
- Musicianship III
- Musicianship IV
- Introduction to Compositional Process
- Seminar in Music Aesthetics
- Form and Analysis I
- Conducting Basics
- Advanced Conducting Lab I & II
- History of Music I
- History of Music II
- World Music
- Music Studio Class
- Private Music Lessons: 1 applied area, 5 semesters required
- Music Ensembles
- Junior Recital
- Music Methods in Secondary Schools
- Brass Methods Lab
- Percussion Methods Lab
- String Methods Lab
- Woodwind Methods Lab
- Pass piano proficiency juries as required
- Pass vocal proficiency juries as required
- Student Teaching Secondary Level
- Additional supporting Education and Psychology courses: see University Catalog
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For More Information
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