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Instrumental Music

The Instrumental Music major in the Bachelor of Music Education degree program is designed for students interested in teaching instrumental music in public schools. This degree leads to Texas teacher certification. Students are able to choose a string or wind/percussion concentration within the Instrumental Music major. Areas of study include:

  • Elementary Conducting
  • Instrumental Music in the Secondary School
  • Marching Band/Jazz Pedagogy
  • String Methods

All students desiring to pursue a Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Music Education, or Bachelor of Arts in Music degree must audition before members of the appropriate applied music faculty for acceptance into the appropriate music degree program.

Student teaching is a component of the Bachelor of Music Education degree and students graduating from the Instrumental Music program have found teaching careers in public and private schools in Texas and throughout the country.

The Bachelor of Music Education degree requires ensemble participation each semester. The School of Music offers a variety of ensemble opportunities in the following areas: Band, Choir, Early Music Ensemble, Handbells, Jazz, Opera Theater, Orchestra and Chamber Music. The School of Music presents more than 300 concerts every year.

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