School of Performing Arts Instrumental Music Education Certificate Undergraduate Certificate How to Apply Visit Campus Request Information Required MUED 324 – Elementary School Instrumental Music Teaching Techniques Credits: 2 MUED 326 – Secondary School Instrumental Music Teaching Techniques Credits: 2 MUS 150 – Choral Music Instruction for Instrumentalists Credits: 1 MUS 152 – Instrumental Methods: Single Reeds Credits: 2 MUS 153 – Instrumental Methods: Violin, Viola, Cello, and String Bass Credits: 2 MUS 155 – Instrumental Methods: Percussion Credits: 2 MUS 156 – Instrumental Methods: Brass Credits: 2 MUS 157 – Instrumental Methods: Double Reeds and Flute Credits: 2 MUS 395 – Advanced Instrumental Conducting Credits: 2 Note If voice is your primary major instrument, completion of applied music study up to the 200-level in percussion, piano, guitar, or on a string or wind instrument, is required.Consists of 17 credits.This certificate is administered by the area of Music in the School of Performing Arts.It is only open to students admitted to the Music Education major. Meet Your Faculty and Staff The low student-to-faculty ratio in the Department of Music provides our students with opportunities for personal attention. View the Department of Music Faculty and Staff Directory Brent Turney Department Chair – Music Professor – Trumpet College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts firstname.lastname@example.org 715-346-3107 View profile Andrew Slembarski Administrative Specialist – Music College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts email@example.com 715-346-3107 View profile Lori Yonash University Services Associate 1 – School of Performing Arts and School of Design & Communication College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Design and Communication, School of Performing Arts firstname.lastname@example.org 715-346-3107 View profile National Association of Schools of Music Founded in 1924, the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) is an organization of schools, conservatories, colleges, and universities with approximately 637 accredited institutional members. It establishes national standards for undergraduate and graduate degrees and other credentials for music and music-related disciplines and provides assistance to institutions and individuals engaged in artistic, scholarly, educational, and other music-related endeavors. The College of Fine Arts and Communication at UW-Stevens Point is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.