After Laura Rodrigues (Nevin) '04, completed her Bachelor of Music Education degree, she began teaching music locally in the Jefferson County School district.
Emphases: Choral, General Music, Instrumental
"Music cleanses the understanding, inspires it, and lifts it into a realm which it would not reach if it were left to itself."
-Henry Ward Beecher, American Congregationalist clergyman, abolitionist, and social reformer (1813-1887)
Bachelor of Music in Music Education prepares you for licensure in
kindergarten through twelfth grade music education by the State of
Colorado. The program also offers you excellent preparation for graduate
school. You can select concentrations in choral, instrumental, or
You'll focus on developing skills related to choral teaching and training by taking courses in applied voice and choral methodology, pedagogy and literature, and by participating in University Women's Choir or University Choir.
You'll focus on developing skills in instrumental teaching and training by taking courses coorelating with your applied instrument, instrumental methods, pedagogies and literature, and by participating in University Wind Ensemble or University Orchestra.
General Music Emphasis
You'll focus on developing skills and knowledge by taking courses in general music methods and literature, musical perspectives, world music, and music theory and history, and by participating in University Women's Choir, University Choir, University Wind Ensemble, or University Orchestra.
Music Education In the Christian University
CCU's School of Music shares the Music Education program with CCU's School of Education, which has been recognized by the state of Colorado as a program of excellence. The distinct focus on developing students who are servant-leaders as well as excellent practitioners has earned CCU graduates in Music Education teaching positions in both public and private schools throughout the state.
Prospective students who are planning to major or minor in music are required to audition for participation in most ensembles and for consideration for music scholarships.