Stand Out With an Undergraduate Degree From Webster

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Become a Music Teacher Who Inspires Students to Express Themselves Musically

Explore the rich tradition of music education at Webster University, where you'll have the opportunity to learn to share your passion for music with K-12 students. Our accredited program is designed to provide cutting-edge ideas and real-world training, preparing you to become an innovative music teacher. With experienced faculty and engaging classes, you'll develop the confidence to meet the demands of musicianship, teaching and learning in the 21st century. Choose between two degree tracks – Choral Music K-12 or Instrumental Music K-12 – and graduate with a Bachelor of Music Education degree, along with Missouri state licensure.

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Choose Webster for Your Bachelor's in Music Education

Get Real-World Music Education Experience

When you earn your Music Education bachelor’s degree at Webster University, you’ll spend quality time in a wide variety of classrooms throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area observing and working with teachers. You’ll have many chances to apply the theories and methods you learn in your classes to practical situations with real students during full-time apprenticeships with experienced music education mentors.

Earn a Nationally Respected Music Education Degree

For more than 70 years, Webster University has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) — an important marker of standing among Music Education programs in the U.S. This means that your bachelor’s in Music Education will be recognized around the country for meeting the highest standards for academic excellence and career preparation.

Personalized Advising from Esteemed Faculty

At Webster, you’ll always have the support of our highly experienced music education faculty and staff. You’ll work personally with Dr. Stuart Chapman Hill, who will help you to fine-tune your music education degree path to ensure that you succeed both academically and professionally.

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Application and Audition

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If you plan to major or minor in music, you must complete an audition as part of your application to Webster.

Get Started on Your Music Education Journey

Take the next step toward earning your bachelor’s degree in Music Education. Learn more about what makes ours one of the most respected music education programs in the area. We are here to answer your questions and help you get started.


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Contact the Admissions Office to Find Out More

If you have more questions about the program, your application or other enrollment-related inquiries, contact our Admissions Office.

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