About the courseOfficial acceptance to the degree program is granted upon admission to the College of Fine Arts as a Music Education Major. (To be admitted to the College of Fine Arts, a student must have completed 26 hours of earned credit and have a GPA of at least 2.50 for all hours attempted or a GPA of at least 2.50 for the last 30 hours attempted. The student must also have completed English 101 with a grade of C or better (or have achieved a score of 29 or higher on the English section of the ACT or 650 SAT verbal) and must have completed 12 credit hours in the major area with a 3.0 GPA).)Satisfactory completion of MUSE 194 Introduction to Music Education and MUSE 195 introductory Teaching Practicum is necessary for official acceptance to the Music Education degree program. Students may be eligible for acceptance upon completion of two semesters; early application is advised. Students seeking the only endorsement for music teacher certification must be admitted to a Teacher Education Program (see Admission to College of Education Programs). Students pursuing teacher licensure are considered de facto Music Education majors, even though their enrollment status may be non-degree, and will be required to complete all Music and Music Education course work required for the Bachelor of Music Education if this coursework does not appear on their transcripts.Students will have a period of one year to remove any deficiencies revealed during the admission process. Students already enrolled at the University of New Mexico will not be eligible to transfer to the College of Fine Arts or to take 300 and 400 level professional courses until this admission process is completed. Exception will be made for students with earned baccalaureate degrees upon recommendation of the department and for students transferring from other institutions. Transfer students may be enrolled in the College of Fine Arts on a provisional basis for a maximum of two semesters, during which time they must complete th
Intake MonthsJune, October, March
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