Music is a gift meant to be shared, and our Bachelor of Science in Music Education will give you the tools you need to do so effectively.
Florida College’s comprehensive experience in music education includes a general education core, Bible classes, and a music core consisting of music theory, music history, music technology, conducting, ensembles, and private instrument or voice lessons. Students also have the opportunity to put newly developed skills into practice with pre-internship field experiences in schools that culminate in a semester-long internship. Music education graduates leave prepared to meet state certification requirements for teaching music at all levels in schools.
Florida College Requirements - Music Education
149 to 154 hours
- Grade point average of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale on all general education and music courses
Grades of C or higher on all music courses
Passing scores on the General Knowledge Test (GKT) of the Florida Teacher Certification, the Professional Education Exam and the Subject Area Exam for Music K–12
Complete all other requirements in music and music education before beginning the internship
- MUE 4331 Choral Methods
MUE 4332 Instrumental Methods
MUE 2450 Woodwind Techniques
EDF 2085 Diverse Populations
Careers After College
If you’re looking for music schools in Florida, a music education degree from Florida College opens doors to several career paths, including:
- Classroom Teacher