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Bachelor’s in Music Education Songwriting and Production Emphasis, BM

The Bachelor of Music in Music Education with emphasis in Songwriting and Production is a four-year degree plan that provides a path toward K-12 teaching licensure for active composers, arrangers, producers and sound engineers who are interested in a career in music teaching at the elementary and secondary levels.


Why Roosevelt for your Bachelor's

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Comprehensive Musical Training

This degree includes the full complement of Music Education, Core Musicianship, Professional Education and General Studies courses that are currently required for CCPA teacher licensure programs in the state of Illinois— ensuring the opportunity for employability after graduation.

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Experienced Faculty

Students take studio lessons with top faculty in songwriting and music production, learn the most up-to-date music technology, and study Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) processes.

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Career Preparedness

Learn piano accompaniments, vocal warmups and choral arrangements for school repertory numbers so that you’re immediately prepared for your first semester as a teacher.