Music Education

Music Education

Degree requirements:

Music Education: Instrumental/Vocal Certification

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About

Rigorous and stimulating in nature, the study of music at OSU provides an environment that both challenges students to reach their artistic potential and prepares them to function in various capacities within the professional world of music. Large enough to offer rewarding performance opportunities, the department is also small enough to provide a welcoming and supportive atmosphere. Students have the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty who are nationally and internationally renowned  artists and music scholars and truly dedicated to and invested in the success of each individual student. Courses to expect for this major include Music History, Music Theory, Large and Chamber Ensembles, Opera, Jazz Studies, and Marching Band Methods. 

Career Options

Students graduate from OSU prepared to be successful in a wide variety of musical careers that include performance, teaching, working in the music industry, and beyond. Our graduates have pursued successful careers in a variety of fields:

  • Teaching in public schools
  • University positions as faculty and conductors
  • Professional artists
  • Music industry/commercial artist

Scholarships

Scholarships are available for prospective freshmen, transfer students, current students and continuing students through the University, College of Arts & Sciences, and respective Departments.

When students complete the OSU admission application, they are automatically considered for the University Level scholarships.

Students are eligible for College Level scholarships within the College of Arts and Sciences after completing 12 hours at OSU. Some exceptions may apply. See specific scholarships for criteria.

Some Departments offer Departmental Level scholarships for students whose major is housed within that specific department.

Visit the Department

Music
132 Seretean Center
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078

osumusic@okstate.edu
405-744-8997