The Bachelor of Education in Music is an integrated four-year 120-/121-credit program of initial teacher training that leads to certification as a teacher in the Province of Quebec. When offered concurrently with the Bachelor of Music (Major in Music Education), the program offers students the opportunity to obtain a Bachelor of Education degree and a Bachelor of Music degree after the completion of 137 credits, normally five years (170 credits or six years for out-of-province students). The Concurrent program combines academic studies in music, professional studies, and field experience. The two degrees are awarded during the same convocation period.
The components of the 137-credit Bachelor of Education in Music/Bachelor of Music (Music Education) are as follows:
|Bachelor of Education in Music/Bachelor of Music (Music Education)|
|55 professional credits|
|70 Music academic credits|
|12 elective credits (which must include 3 credits of non-Music electives)|
Students in the Concurrent B.Mus./B.Ed. who receive an F or J in any Field Experience course are placed in Unsatisfactory Standing. Although they may complete their term, they are required to withdraw from the Concurrent program; however, they may apply to transfer to the B.Mus. Faculty program.
The Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.) - Major Music Education, when offered concurrently with the The Bachelor of Education - Major Music Elementary and Secondary, provides students with the opportunity to obtain a Bachelor of Music degree and a Bachelor of Education degree after the completion of 137 credits, normally five years (170 credits or six years for ...
For more information, see Major Music Education and Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) - Music Elementary and Secondary (137 credits).