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At the Mead Witter School of Music

  • we teach by example, offering participatory, mentor-driven education;
  • we provide individualized instruction and flexible curricula that encourage students to find their own musical pathways;
  • we foster musical excellence and high academic standards;
  • our faculty exhibit the best of their respective fields, are deeply engaged in artistic scholarship and research, and are committed to teaching at all levels;
  • we whole-heartedly embrace the Wisconsin Idea;
  • we have created a dynamic educational community, part of a large and vibrant research university within a city that values and supports the arts.

The Mead Witter School of Music enriches students' educational experience by hosting guest artists and scholars for master classes, recitals, colloquia, seminars, and festivals. Its performing organizations and ensembles perform more than 350 recitals and concerts every year, making a significant contribution to the cultural life of the university and the wider Madison community. Facilities specifically designed for music study and performance offer excellent resources for students to pursue their interests. 

In addition to a thriving undergraduate student body, B.M.: Music Education students have the advantage of working side-by-side with students in master's-level and doctoral-level music programs. Working collegially in class and studio, making music together on stage and off, and building professional relationships across program boundaries all enable the sharing of expertise, experience, and perspectives and add immeasurably to every student's development.

The music degree programs are demanding and require care in taking courses in the proper sequence. Graduation can be delayed if a course is not taken in the appropriate semester. Refer to the Requirements and Four-Year Plan tabs for more details.

The Music Education Undergraduate Major

The undergraduate music education major offers two options: a specialty in Instrumental Music and a specialty in Choral Music. Regardless of chosen specialty, the Degree Requirements prepare students to teach in all areas of Music (K-12) instruction including General Music. Upon completion of both the BM: Music Education and additional statutory and certification requirements, students may choose to apply for a Wisconsin teaching license in Music (K-12). Music Education is a program offered jointly by the School of Music and the School of Education. The Bachelor of Music: Education degree is conferred by the College of Letters & Science; teacher certification is earned through the School of Education.

Recent revisions to the music education curricula accomplish several important goals:

  • Enable broad teaching certification for music instruction in Wisconsin's elementary and secondary schools grades K through 12. Students may specialize in vocal or instrumental music, but all students successfully completing the program and additional certification requirements will qualify for certification in Music (K-12) in accordance with Wisconsin’s PI 34 requirements as outlined by the Department of Public Instruction.
  • Explore the relationships between popular culture and music education. Graduates will be prepared to teach multiple forms of musical literacy, not just the traditional band, orchestra, and choral curriculum.
  • Expand the number of musical styles studied in the curriculum. Students also participate in performance ensembles that reflect the diverse array of musical activities in today's schools.
  • Offer an introductory music education class to sophomores prior to admission into the program.
  • Provide instruction and experiences so that graduates can teach in culturally responsive ways.
  • Increase performance collaboration between students in the instrumental and vocal tracks.
  • Create an interdisciplinary program by including a core set of courses for all music education students.
  • Enable potential completion of the undergraduate degree in four years, including the final semester of student teaching.

Although these programs are designed with the goal of preparing teachers to work in K–12 schools, the programs also provide a good preparation for individuals seeking careers in continuing education or music education-related fields.

The student's principal performance area should be consistent with the chosen major option. One or more additional performance areas may be required. Prospective music education majors must audition and be accepted into any additional performance areas at the music major level (200 level) of performance study prior to beginning the methods and practicum sequence. Mead Witter School of Music cannot guarantee admission to additional performance areas, nor can it guarantee that appropriate substitute coursework will be available. During the time a student is enrolled in degree work, all performance study is expected to take place at UW–Madison.

Admission to the Bachelor of Music: Education Program

To be admitted to the Mead Witter School of Music a student needs to apply to and be admitted  by both UW-Madison and the Mead Witter School of Music:

declare the music education program

Students admitted to UW-Madison and the Mead Witter School of Music will be declared in their music major or music degree program.  All students must make satisfactory progress, as described below, to continue in their major or degree program. Students not meeting these requirements should meet with the Undergraduate Music Advisor to discuss their options for continuing in the Mead Witter School of Music.

music education continuation requirements

Students must meet all of the requirements below to continue in the program. Students not meeting any one of these requirements will be removed from the program and must choose a new major. Contact the Undergraduate Music Advisor for consideration of extenuating circumstances or if the student is considering a leave of absence (such as family emergency, personal wellness, study abroad, or approved accommodations)

(1) Enrollment Requirements  

  • Enroll every fall and spring semester in a course that meets the Performance Study Requirements, until that requirement is completed. 

  • Enroll in MUSIC 121 & MUSIC 171 to begin the music theory/history sequence in the first possible fall semester after declaration.

(2) Performance Study Jury and Progress Report  

At least once a year, students must pass a performance jury with their major instrument. The purpose of this jury will be to evaluate performance study progress and to set goals for the coming year.  Students who do not pass will receive guidance about making improvements and a warning letter and will have a semester to work with their professor to make improvements needed to remain in the program.

(3) Progression to 400-Level Performance Study  

At the end of the fourth semester of enrollment in Performance Study, students will be evaluated for permission to advance to 400-level performance study. Students who do not meet progression requirements to advance to 400-level performance study may be given an additional semester to meet those requirements.

(4) Meet GPA Requirements in three areas:  

As part of the Music Education audition process, the School of Music requires students to be meeting the following GPA requirements:

(5) Music Education Teacher Education Program (METEP) Application, Audition, and Background Check  

While enrolled in MUSIC/​CURRIC  300, students declared in Music Education will be required to:

  • Complete the METEP application
  • Pass a music education audition
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Students must meet all of these requirements before enrolling in field placement (MUSIC/​CURRIC  337, MUSIC/​CURRIC  409 and MUSIC/​CURRIC  410). 
  • Students who do not meet these requirements may not be able to continue in the BM-Music Education degree program and could be referred to the L&S Academic Deans' Services to be undeclared and should meet with the Undergraduate Music Advisor to discuss alternative music major plans.

Note: Students declared in the Bachelor of Music: Education are not eligible to declare Music: Performance, or the Music major.

University General Education Requirements

All undergraduate students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are required to fulfill a minimum set of common university general education requirements to ensure that every graduate acquires the essential core of an undergraduate education. This core establishes a foundation for living a productive life, being a citizen of the world, appreciating aesthetic values, and engaging in lifelong learning in a continually changing world. Various schools and colleges will have requirements in addition to the requirements listed below. Consult your advisor for assistance, as needed. For additional information, see the university Undergraduate General Education Requirements section of the Guide.

General Education
  • Breadth—Humanities/Literature/Arts: 6 credits
  • Breadth—Natural Science: 4 to 6 credits, consisting of one 4- or 5-credit course with a laboratory component; or two courses providing a total of 6 credits
  • Breadth—Social Studies: 3 credits
  • Communication Part A & Part B *
  • Ethnic Studies *
  • Quantitative Reasoning Part A & Part B *

* The mortarboard symbol appears before the title of any course that fulfills one of the Communication Part A or Part B, Ethnic Studies, or Quantitative Reasoning Part A or Part B requirements.

College of Letters & Science Breadth and Degree Requirements:  Bachelor of Music

The Mead Witter School of Music (MWSoM) is a professional school within the College of Letters & Science (L&S). The College confers the Bachelor of Music degree for two distinct programs within the MWSoM: B.M.-Performance  and B.M.-Education.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Music degree in the College of Letters & Science must complete all of the requirements below. The B.M. is a special degree program; it is not considered a major. The B.M. degree is not available to students who intend to earn a degree outside the College of Letters & Science.

Bachelor of Music - Degree Requirements

Foreign Language Complete the second unit of a foreign language (some Named Options required additional or specific languages)
Depth of Intermediate/Advanced Coursework Complete at least 60 credits at the Intermediate or Advanced level.
Major Gain admission to and complete one option within the degree program.
Total Credits Complete at least 120 credits.
UW-Madison Experience Complete both:
• 30 credits in residence, overall; and
• 30 credits in residence after the 86th credit.
Quality of Work • 2.000 in all coursework at UW–Madison
• 2.000 in Intermediate/Advanced level coursework at UW–Madison

Requirements for the Program

The Bachelor of Music: Education program includes core requirements common to both options within the program, as well as specific requirements unique to each option. Requirements common to both options are detailed below. Refer to the Named Options section below for links to the specific requirements of a particular option within the program.

Requirements for Both Music Education Program Options

All students in the Bachelor of Music: Education program must complete the following requirements:

Music Theory/Aural Skills (complete all):16
Musica Practica 1
and Musica Practica: Aural Skills 1
Musica Practica 2
and Musica Practica: Aural Skills 2
Musica Practica 3
and Musica Practica: Aural Skills 3
Musica Practica 4
and Musica Practica: Aural Skills 4
Music History (complete both):6
Survey of the History of Western Music
Survey of the History of Western Music
Non-Western Ensemble or Jazz Ensemble (complete 2 credits):2
Global Hand Drumming Ensemble: Survey of Selected Global Hand Drumming Traditions
Jazz Ensemble
Black Music Ensemble
Keyboard Skills (complete 4 credits):4
All students must pass MUS PERF 104 keyboard proficiency. Extra credits earned in reaching proficiency will count as music electives.
Elementary Class Piano
Intermediate Class Piano
Jazz (complete 2 credits):2
Jazz Class Piano
Jazz Improvisation
Global Music Cultures (complete 3 credits):3
MUSIC 102 Jazz in 20th-Century America
Introduction to Music Cultures of the World
Delta Blues
American Ethnicities and Popular Song
Global Hand Drumming Ensemble: Survey of Selected Global Hand Drumming Traditions
Jazz Ensemble
Black Music Ensemble
Cultural Cross Currents: West African Dance/Music in the Americas
Topics in Music and Ethnicity in the United States
Jazz Improvisation
Jazz Improvisation
Musical Cultures of the World
Seminar: Cultural Study of Music
Conducting (complete both):4
Music Education
Composition, Arrangement, & Orchestration for the Music Teacher2
Composition, Arrangement, and Orchestration for the Music Teacher
Teaching Popular Music (complete both):2
Teaching Popular Instrumental Music 1
Teaching Popular Instrumental Music 2
Music Education Professional Sequence (complete all):8
Principles of Music Education
Music Learning and Teaching 1
and Practicum in Teaching Music
Music Learning and Teaching 2
and Practicum in Teaching Music
Human Development (complete one):3
Human Development in Infancy and Childhood
Human Development in Adolescence
How People Learn
Foundations of the Profession (complete one):3
School and Society
History of American Education
Special Education3
Strategies for Inclusive Schooling
Integrating the Teaching of Reading with Other Language Arts
Total Credits64

Electives for the degree to reach 120 credits    

In addition to the requirements for the program, students need to earn additional free elective credit to total 120 credits to graduate.

Further Details on Certification Requirements

In addition to completing the requirements for the BM: Music Education program, students must also complete the statutory and certification requirements established by PI 34’s Administrative Code and enacted by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI). Completing the requirements for the BM: Music Education degree alone is not sufficient to obtain a music education license in the state of Wisconsin. For more information see Certification/Licensure page.

Some specific expectations for teaching licensure must be met while taking coursework. 

  • Multicultural Education and Human Relations: 50 hours of field experience are satisfied for music education students who successfully complete the required two semesters of CURRIC/​MUSIC  337 Practicum in Teaching Music.
  • Conflict Resolution Workshop: this non-credit bearing requirement is taught/fulfilled in CURRIC/​MUSIC  300 Principles of Music Education.
  • American Indian Studies and Education (Wis. Act 31): There are a variety of ways to earn certification. Consult with the MWSOM undergraduate advisor.
  • Teacher Performance Assessment conducted by METEP faculty during student teaching semester.

Named Options

Choosing a Music Education Option

The music education major consists of two main options, both leading to certification at both the elementary and secondary levels. Students choose to complete the certification option in either General and Instrumental Music or General and Choral Music. The Bachelor of Music: Education degree requires a minimum of 120 credits. The Undergraduate Advisor, supported by the music education faculty, can advise you on which option is most suited to your goals. Information on how to apply to the Music Education program can be found under the "How to Get In" tab.

Residence & Quality of Work

  • Minimum 2.000 GPA in all MUSIC, MUS PERF, and program courses
  • Minimum 2.000 GPA on at least 15 credits of upper-level work in the program, in residence
  • 15 credits in MUSIC and/or MUS PERF, taken on the UW–Madison campus

Upper-Level Courses

The following courses are approved for upper-level credit in both options of the Bachelor of Music: Education program:


MUSIC 40 Wind Ensemble1
MUSIC 41 Concert Band1
MUSIC 50 Concert Choir1
MUSIC 52 Treble Choir1
MUSIC 53 Choral Union1
MUSIC 55 Masters' Singers1
MUSIC 56 Chorale1
MUSIC 58 Madrigal Singers1
MUSIC 61 Chamber Orchestra1
MUSIC 62 University Symphony Orchestra1
MUSIC 211 Survey of the History of Western Music3
MUSIC 212 Survey of the History of Western Music3
MUSIC 221 Musica Practica 33
MUSIC 222 Musica Practica 43
MUSIC 229 Jazz Theory & Composition3
MUSIC 252 Introduction to Conducting and Pedagogy2
MUSIC 253 Conducting2
MUSIC 254 Conducting2
MUSIC 256 University Opera1-2
MUSIC 257 Opera Workshop2
MUSIC 262 Jazz Ensemble1
MUSIC 265 Ensemble-Woodwind1
MUSIC 266 Black Music Ensemble1
MUSIC 267 Ensemble-Brass1
MUSIC 268 Ensemble-Percussion1
MUSIC 269 Ensemble-String1
MUSIC 270 Ensemble-Guitar1
MUSIC 271 Musica Practica: Aural Skills 31
MUSIC 272 Musica Practica: Aural Skills 41
MUSIC/​CURRIC  301 Music Learning and Teaching 12
MUSIC 303 1
MUSIC/​CURRIC  304 Composition, Arrangement, and Orchestration for the Music Teacher2
MUSIC 317 Musical Women in Europe and America: Creativity, Performance, and Identity3
MUSIC/​AFROAMER/​DANCE  318 Cultural Cross Currents: West African Dance/Music in the Americas3
MUSIC 319 Topics in Music and Ethnicity in the United States3
MUSIC 331 Jazz Improvisation3
MUSIC 332 Jazz Improvisation3
MUSIC/​CURRIC  337 Practicum in Teaching Music1
MUSIC 340 Pedagogy1-2
MUSIC/​CURRIC  344 Teaching Vocal Styles in the Music Classroom1
MUSIC 345 Practicum in String Pedagogy2
MUSIC 346 Repertoire1-2
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  402 Musical Cultures of the World3
MUSIC 405 Seminar: Cultural Study of Music3
MUSIC/​CURRIC  409 Student Teaching in General and Vocal Music6-12
MUSIC/​CURRIC  410 Student Teaching in General and Instrumental Music6-12
MUSIC 411 Survey of Music in the Middle Ages3
MUSIC 412 Survey of Music in the Renaissance3
MUSIC 413 Survey of Music in the Baroque Era3
MUSIC 414 Survey of Music in the Classic Era3
MUSIC 415 Survey of Music in the Romantic Era3
MUSIC 416 Survey of Music in the Twentieth Century3
MUSIC 419 Music in the United States3
MUSIC/​CURRIC  420 Teaching Popular Instrumental Music 11
MUSIC/​CURRIC  421 Teaching Popular Instrumental Music 21
MUSIC 461 Collegium Musicum1
MUSIC 463 Acting for Singers1
MUSIC 465 Marching Band Techniques1
MUSIC 466 Diction for Singers2
MUSIC 467 Language Diction for Singing I2
MUSIC 468 Language Diction for Singing II2
MUSIC 497 Special Topics in Music1-3
MUSIC 499 Directed Study1-3
MUSIC 502 Figured Bass and Basso Continuo3
MUSIC 511 Historical Performance Practices3
MUSIC 513 Survey of Opera3
MUSIC/​FOLKLORE  515 Proseminar in Ethnomusicology3
MUSIC 523 Orchestration I3
MUSIC 540 Advanced Pedagogy2
MUSIC 541 Seminar in Choral Literature2
MUSIC 546 String Literature2
MUSIC 548 Piano Pedagogy II3
MUSIC 591 Organ Literature and Design2
MUSIC 621 Renaissance Polyphony3
MUSIC 622 Baroque Counterpoint3
MUSIC 623 Form and Analysis2-3
MUSIC 624 Form and Analysis II2-3
MUSIC 629 Jazz Theory and Analysis3
MUSIC 681 Senior Honors Thesis3
MUSIC 682 Senior Honors Thesis3

Music Performance

MUS PERF 311 Advanced Techniques: Clarinet1-2
MUS PERF 327 Advanced Techniques: Percussion1-2
MUS PERF 331 Advanced Techniques: Violin1-2
MUS PERF 333 Advanced Techniques: Viola1-2
MUS PERF 339 Advanced Techniques: Harp1-2
MUS PERF 342 Piano Accompanying Lab1
MUS PERF 347 Third Year Composition3
MUS PERF 348 Third Year Composition3
MUS PERF 401 Advanced Piano2-4
MUS PERF 402 Advanced Harpsichord2-4
MUS PERF 403 Advanced Organ2-4
MUS PERF 405 Advanced Voice2-4
MUS PERF 407 Advanced Flute2-4
MUS PERF 409 Advanced Oboe2-4
MUS PERF 411 Advanced Clarinet2-4
MUS PERF 413 Advanced Saxophone2-4
MUS PERF 415 Advanced Bassoon2-4
MUS PERF 417 Advanced Horn2-4
MUS PERF 419 Advanced Trumpet2-4
MUS PERF 421 Advanced Trombone2-4
MUS PERF 423 Advanced Euphonium2-4
MUS PERF 425 Advanced Tuba2-4
MUS PERF 427 Advanced Percussion2-4
MUS PERF 431 Advanced Violin2-4
MUS PERF 433 Advanced Viola2-4
MUS PERF 435 Advanced Cello2-4
MUS PERF 437 Advanced Double Bass2-4
MUS PERF 439 Advanced Harp2-4
MUS PERF 440 Advanced Guitar2-4
MUS PERF 441 Advanced Jazz Studio Instruction2-4
MUS PERF 447 Fourth Year Composition3
MUS PERF 448 Fourth Year Composition3
MUS PERF 457 Jazz Composition and Arranging3
MUS PERF 458 Jazz Composition and Arranging3
MUS PERF 499 Senior Recital2

Additional Certification Requirements and Applying for a License

In addition to completing UW–Madison's program requirements, students must also complete Wisconsin statutory requirements and certification requirements established by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. For additional certification requirements and information about applying for a license, see Teacher Education Center .

University Degree Requirements

Total Degree To receive a bachelor's degree from UW–Madison, students must earn a minimum of 120 degree credits. The requirements for some programs may exceed 120 degree credits. Students should consult with their college or department advisor for information on specific credit requirements.
Residency Degree candidates are required to earn a minimum of 30 credits in residence at UW–Madison. "In residence" means on the UW–Madison campus with an undergraduate degree classification. “In residence” credit also includes UW–Madison courses offered in distance or online formats and credits earned in UW–Madison Study Abroad/Study Away programs.
Quality of Work Undergraduate students must maintain the minimum grade point average specified by the school, college, or academic program to remain in good academic standing. Students whose academic performance drops below these minimum thresholds will be placed on academic probation.
  1. Demonstrate proficiency in foundational concepts of Pre-K-12 music education: planning, delivering, and assessing music learning experiences to a diverse population of learners.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge in music learning and teaching to bring novel, musical perspectives and solutions to challenging social, musical, and technological challenges in Pre-K-12 music settings.
  3. Demonstrate the ability to think critically, musically, and creatively as a music educator to synthesize, analyze, and integrate ideas for decision-making and problem-solving in the best interest of a diverse student population.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively with multiple and diverse constituencies (students, parents, colleagues, community) to share knowledge, values, and beliefs regarding music learning and teaching.
  5. Develop and demonstrate the professionalism required as a music educator in the field of music education: acting ethically, allowing space for diverse views, recognizing and reducing bias in one’s own thinking, and contributing to the profession as a whole.

Undergraduate Advising

Advisor:Todd Reck
Office: 3561G Humanities Building
Office phone: (608) 263-1918

If you wish to schedule an advising appointment, please note the following:

  • Online access to schedule advising appointments is restricted to students who applied to, auditioned for, and have been admitted to the Mead Witter School of Music.
  • Students considering applying to the School of Music should contact our undergraduate admissions coordinator, Jared Jellison, at or (608) 263-5986.


Current music majors can schedule an appointment with Todd via Starfish, which can be accessed via your MyUW student portal.  If uncertain how to use Starfish, please see

Appointments can also be made by phone at 608-263-1918.


Please bring the following to your appointment:

  • Any questions you have about requirements, extracurricular opportunities, study abroad, or whatever is on your mind.
  • A pen and paper for note taking.
  • Any form you may need signed. Be sure you have filled out all pertinent information and have read the form/document thoroughly.


Academic advisors help students learn and understand their degree and major requirements. Programs in the Mead Witter School of Music are highly sequential, and some required courses are offered only once each year. Many of our undergraduates are interested in earning an additional major and/or certificate; with careful planning each semester, this is possible. Advisors often can explain some of the differences between courses that meet the same degree requirement. For students considering study abroad, it’s a good idea to begin exploring programs early in your degree and work with your advisor to determine the program length (semester/summer/year) that will best fit your needs and interests.

It is recommended that you see an advisor at least once a semester to plan your courses and check progress toward degree completion. Students sometimes need clarification of degree requirements, particularly if they are considering switching to a different major/degree program within the School of Music.


Mead Witter School of Music
3561 Mosse Humanities Building
455 North Park Street
Madison, WI 53706-1483
(608) 263-1900


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Faculty: Professors Cook (director), Calderón, Chisholm, Di Sanza, Dominguez, Fischer, Fulmer, Hetzler, Johnson, Karp, Perry, Rowe, Schwendinger, Taylor, Teeple, Thimmig, Vallon, Wallmann; Associate Professors Butler, Farah, Grabois, Nelson, Ronis; Assistant Professors Chana, Cornish, Flowers, Laurenz, Lee, Lewis, Rathgeber, Sans, Walsh, Weinstein-Reimann; Marching Band Director Pompey; Teaching Faculty Brailey, Curry, Gladstone, Gonzalez, Koester, Pompey, Purdue, Rottmayer, Weinholts, Wohn; Faculty Associate Rich; Lecturers Lee, McCullough, Mok, Patenaude, Tran, Waldo; Teaching Specialists Hammes, Ross

The faculty of the Mead Witter School of Music is a distinguished group of educators, performing musicians, and active scholars. The backgrounds of performance faculty include rich experiences as professional musicians, researchers, recording artists, and entrepreneurs. Faculty in music education have particular insight into their field as a result of their backgrounds as school educators, performers, and scholars. In areas such as music theory and musicology, the musical community has high regard for the past and current contributions to the study of musical theory, historical perspectives on music, the role of music in societies around the world, and the unique contributions of American musicians. Teaching is a priority for the faculty, who are readily accessible to students for advice and support. Faculty, staff, and students cooperate in extraordinary ways with joint ventures that reach across disciplines both in research or instruction. 

Additional Certification Requirements and Applying for a License

Student interested in certification must, in addition to completing UW–Madison's program requirements, also complete Wisconsin statutory requirements and certification requirements established by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. For additional certification requirements and information about applying for a license, see Teacher Education Center .

The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) requires higher GPAs for licensure. Students who meet the GPA requirements for the BM: Music Education and not the GPA requirements for licensure will need to work with the Undergraduate Music Advisor, the Music Education Faculty, and the Teacher Education Center to complete alternative work. Requirements for licensure are as follows:

  • 3.000 cumulative GPA in all MUSIC and MUSIC PERFORMANCE coursework
  • 2.750 cumulative GPA in all UW-Madison coursework

Professional Certification/Licensure Disclosure (NC-SARA)

The United States Department of Education requires institutions that provide distance education to disclose information for programs leading to professional certification or licensure about whether each program meets state educational requirements for initial licensure or certification. Following is this disclosure information for this program:

The requirements of this program meet Certification/Licensure in the following states:


The requirements of this program do not meet Certification/Licensure in the following states:

Not applicable

The requirements of this program have not been determined if they meet Certification/Licensure in the following states:

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wyoming, District of Columbia, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Puerto Rico


National Association of Schools of Music

Accreditation status: Accredited. Next accreditation review: 2022-2023.