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Music and Education (5-Year Concurrent Honours Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Bachelor of Education)

  • A five year program (as opposed to six) in which students are accepted into BOTH the Bachelor Music-Music Education (Honours) and the Bachelor of Education as entering first year students. Students graduate with both Bachelor of Music-Music Education and the Bachelor of Education degrees.
  • Students will be certified to teach in all Ontario public school boards, as well as an option to teach in Ontario Catholic school boards.
  • Students will have the option to study in either the traditional Western classical music stream or in the jazz/popular music stream.
  • Students receive the same high standard and amount of private studio experience as BMus in performance students.
  • Students spend their first two years solely at the School of Creative Arts taking core music courses (lessons, ensembles, theory, history) and music education courses.
  • Students spend their third year taking their Faculty of Education courses (supplemented with ensembles and lessons in Music)
  • Fourth year students take their remaining courses in Music and optional second teachable courses
  • Fifth year students complete the Practicum through the Faculty of Education
Concurrent Honours Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Bachelor of Education
Minimum Admissions Average: 
  • 70% minimum admission average.
  • OSS Diploma and six Grade 12 U or M courses, including ENG4U
  • In addition to applying for academic admission to the University of Windsor, students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree must also apply for admission to the School of Creative Arts - MUSIC.  This admission is based on an Audition. 


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