The Bachelor of Music degree with Music Education prepares students for Colorado Teacher Licensure in K-12 Music. Completion of the degree requires four years of study and includes 800 hours of practicum in elementary and secondary school settings.
CCU’s School of Music shares the music education program with CCU’s School of Education, which has been recognized by the state of Colorado as a program of excellence. The distinct focus on developing students who are servant-leaders as well as excellent practitioners has earned CCU graduates in music education teaching positions in both public and private schools throughout the state. The program also offers excellent preparation for graduate school.
The Bachelor of Music with Music Education requires completion of the following 128 credits:
General Education (42 credit hours)
Professional Education Core (22 credit hours)
Professional Music Education Core (12 credit hours)
Music Core (48 credit hours)
Primary Instrument (4 credit hours)
Music Education K-12 Licensure Program
General Education Requirements (42 credit hours)
Arts and Humanities (6 credit hours)
Take one course from each of the following two academic disciplines:
Each student will take four semesters of small ensembles to get specific music education experiences. One semester will focus on handbells, one semester will focus on jazz, one semester will focus on the area opposite of the usual one (choral for instrumentalists, instrumental for vocalists), and one semester will be the Entrepreneurial Lab (taken concurrently with the Performance Project).