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The Music Education program prepares outstanding music teachers to meet the challenges of educating today’s diverse student population.
Program Director: Duane Cottrell
Music Education majors who successfully complete the program, pass the Praxis Music Content Knowledge exam, and pass the edTPA performance assessment will receive institutional recommendation, which is required to apply for a teaching certificate in Delaware and other states.
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Students choose one of the following tracks/concentrations:
General/Choral track with Piano Concentration
General/Choral track with Voice Concentration
Instrumental track with Principal Instrument Concentration (including Piano)
Music Education majors begin taking music education courses in the freshman year and practicum teaching experiences in the junior year. Music, music education, and practicum courses are purposefully sequenced to maximize a student’s ability to acquire proficiency with music content knowledge and skill, educational theory, and pedagogical principles and practices through their university coursework before application to classroom music teaching experiences. By sequencing and integrating students’ coursework and practicum experiences in this way, Music Education majors quickly build proficiency and confidence in their music teaching abilities, and are prepared to teach music in a wide variety of school settings.