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Newly Admitted Students - B.Ed. Music

English Exam for Teacher Certification

All students are required to register for the English Exam for Teacher Certification (EDEC 215) in the Fall term of their first year (U1 year) in the program. Please refer to the English Language Requirement section of the Student Affairs Office website for details.

Required Orientation and Group Advising Session:

B. Ed. Music students should attend the session scheduled for Concurrent B. Mus. and B. Ed. More program specific advising will follow the concurrent session.

Friday, August 30, 10:00 a.m.
Strathcona Music Building, Room C-412

B.Ed. Music advising documents:

B Ed Music Program Checklist 2014-2015

Registration Plan:

B Ed Music Three Year Overview registration plan

Students in the B.Ed. Music program are only admitted with significant advanced standing, so the above registration plan does not include space for all music course requirements - students are expected to have most of their music courses complete prior to entering the program.  The above registration plan indicates when faculty of Education courses should be taken - students are advised to take their courses in the sequence indicated to ensure timely completion of your program.

A complete list of courses, course descriptions and prerequisites can be found on the official concurrent B.Mus./B.Ed eCalendar program entry.

Advising Information

New students admitted for Fall 2013 must attend the music orientation session (time and location at the top of this page).  At that session, they will have an opportunity to meet with an adviser in music to discuss their advanced standing.  Questions regarding music advanced standing will not be addressed until that session.

Music Advising
Lisa Lorenzino
Department of Music Research
Strathcona Music Building
Tel.: (514) 398-0693 - lisa [dot] lorenzino [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Email)
Education Academic Advisers:
Grace Wong-McAllister
Tel.: (514) 398-4527 - Email
Ryan Bouma
Tel.: (514) 398-4527 - Email

Program information is organized for three distinct groups:

Prospective Students   Newly Admitted   Currently Registered