The Music Education-Instrumental degree program encompasses teacher-training studies
in winds, percussion and string instruments. Additionally, students receive training
on voice and piano, as well as courses in general music and instrumental music methods.
Students are exposed to various teaching techniques, learning structures and school
environments through a variety of field experience opportunities (pre-school through
secondary levels) structured to develop the prospective teachers' ability to teach
music effectively to every student—regardless of age and ability. Students complete
a fifteen-week student teaching internship in the public school during the final semester.
The degree culminates in a Tennessee State Licensure/Certification for public school
For more information on Instrumental Music Education, contact Armand Hall at email@example.com.
Instrumental Music Education Faculty/Advisors
High Brass - Dan Phillips (M.M.)
Woodwinds - Lecolion Washington (M.M.)
Low Brass - John Mueller (D.M.A.)
Strings - John Chiego (M.M.)
Percussion - Frank Shaffer (D.M.A.)
Band - Albert Nguyen (D.M.A.)