Bachelor of Music in Music Education
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The Music Education division of the School of Music is committed to creating leading educators. Music Education students work with professors with university and public school experience in over ten states. Our faculty features specialists and mentors in Choral, General, Instrumental, and Orchestra education. The great thing about a KSU music education degree is that it is a professional degree, which means that, upon successful completion of our degree requirements and tests, you will receive a Georgia teaching license and be certified to teach grades K-12.
Your four years at KSU will be challenging and musically enriching, and it will create memories that will forever change you and your thinking about music. The faculty and staff are here to support and assist you in making your experience individualized and meaningful for a long career. Kennesaw State University is THE place in Georgia for innovative and supportive teacher training.
The Bachelor of Music Education degree is offered with applied concentrations in piano,
voice, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, saxophone, trumpet, horn, trombone, euphonium,
tuba, percussion, guitar, violin, viola, 'cello, and contrabass. The Bachelor of Music
in Music Education degree is listed as Major in Music Education under Education/P-12
KSU Undergraduate Catalog
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2020–21 Class Grids