Bachelor of Science in Music Education

The Bachelor of Science in Music Education is designed to prepare you for a career teaching instrumental or choral music P-12 in the public schools.

This degree program meets national and state standards for the preparation of public school music teachers. In addition to the extensive music preparation, significant classroom observation experiences are included in the program, and a significant portion of coursework is devoted to Education courses and preparation.
The Concentration in Music Education prepares future teachers for a career teaching general music principles, or instrumental or choral music to preschool through grade 12.


  • Music Theory
  • Music Appreciation
  • Applied Method Classes
  • Music Technology
  • Performance classes


  • Music Instructor
  • Private Instrument Teacher; both private and group


Dr. Steven Scott Tyndall, Associate Professor of Music and Music Education
706-865-2134, ext. 6305 

Dr. Julie Lutz, Dean of The Peter and Gredel Walpot School of Education and Assistant Professor of Education
706-865-2134, ext. 6100