Designed for students who wish to teach instrumental music in elementary and secondary schools. Applicants should have an extensive background in at least one band or orchestral instrument, including private lessons and experience in bands and orchestras. Study of other instruments, including piano, is desirable. Demonstration of performance competence on a band or orchestral instrument is required.
The Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Music Education requires a minimum of 130 credits: coursework is composed of 40 hours of performance and a minimum of 25-26 non-SMTD credits. SMTD coursework to include:
- Private lessons
- Music Education
- Music Theory
- Ensemble participation
- Student teaching
Double-Major in Music Performance
Education students may pursue a double-major in Education and Performance. The Bachelor of Music in Performance is designed for those vocalists and instrumentalists who wish to prepare for a professional performance career.
How To Apply
- Apply to U-M via the Common Application or Coalition Application (current U-M students should use the Cross-Campus Transfer Application) by December 1
- Submit an SMTD Artistic Profile by December 1 for a live audition
- submit by January 15 for a recorded audition (if permitted by the instrument faculty)
- Have all supplemental materials sent to the U-M Office of Undergraduate Admissions
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