Share your love for instrumental, voice or choral influence and earn your Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from UND. By deepening your knowledge of music while learning effective teaching tools and strategies, you can become an effective educator of all things musical. Bring your talents to the table and help them work for others.
By combining music with education, you’ll be able to create a customized plan of study and make your education what you want it to be. Some classes you can choose from are:
- Music Theory
- Music and Culture
- Basic Conducting
- Music History
Music Education is a very involved major with many opportunities to gain experience in and out of the classroom. By taking advantage of on-campus resources, you can enhance your understanding of course material while simultaneously gaining professional experience in your field.
Internships— By performing in recitals and rounding out your last semester with student teaching, you’ll gain a healthy balance of experience in both music and teaching.
Clubs and Organizations— Music students have many different student organizations open to them. A few are:
- Music Students of UND
- Music Educators National Conference (student chapter)
- American Choral Director’s Association (student chapter)
- Pi Kappa Lambda
A music degree opens the door to careers that span a multitude of industries — from professional musicians to arts administrators and musical educators. See what the right fit for you is by talking to an academic advisor at UND.
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