Bachelor of Music Education


The Music Flagship Program, in collaboration with the College of Education and Human Services, offers the BME degree curriculum in Music Education for the preparation of teachers of general classroom, instrumental, and choral music. All BME majors must pass a piano proficiency examination before enrolling in a full-semester internship. Graduates of the program receive the Bachelor of Music Education degree and are eligible to apply for a Florida Professional Certificate valid for 5 years to teach music in grades K-12.

Upon successful completion of an audition and theory placement test and acceptance into the Music Flagship Program, freshmen and sophomore students interested in pursuing music education should consult with an advisor for music education in the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE). Junior and senior students should consult with an advisor for music education in the College of Arts and Sciences.


The Music Education major prepares students for a life in music. UNF graduates of the Bachelor of Music Education (BME) program will demonstrate mastery of music content knowledge and teaching skills that leads to effective instruction in music education. The core learning objectives of the Music Education program are correlated to the National Association of Schools of Music standards and the Florida Accomplished Practices at the pre-professional level.  


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