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Instrumental, Bachelor of Music Education

High Standards in Music Education

By earning a Bachelor of Music Education degree with an instrumental emphasis at the University of Central Missouri, you’ll be prepared to teach K through 12 music or to go on to a variety of musical careers. You’ll study theory and gain powerful insights into the music of both the past and the present. You’ll benefit from studio time in well-equipped music facilities. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of performing groups and take part in more than 100 recitals, concerts and other musical performances each year.

Experiential Learning

You’ll have access to engaging learning experiences, including getting involved in student and professional organizations, participating in service-learning projects and performing with choirs and choruses, combos, marching and symphonic bands and ensembles. You’ll learn from caring professors who are also outstanding teachers and performers.


Dr. Corey Seapy
Associate Professor, Director of Bands
Grinstead 120E
Tel: (660) 543-4497



Dr. John Rutland
Associate Professor, String Area Coordinator
Utt 203
Tel: (660) 543-4046



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