Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education (B.Mus./B.Ed.)

Offering a combination of music and education courses, including individual instrumental lessons, music theory, music history and the professionally-required education courses, this program is designed primarily for those desiring to teach instrumental music in junior or senior high school; or basic rhythms and instruments in elementary school. A choral component is also included.

Admission into this program is dependent upon a successful performance audition and the completion of a music rudiments placement test.

To be eligible to continue in this program, students must maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.3.

Transfer from the Department of Music to the Faculty of Education occurs at the end of the third year of study. At the end of this five-year combined program, two degrees are granted: a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of Education.

For information on the program and course requirements for the Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education, please visit the University Calendar.