It depends on the country and specific school. Most colleges and universities within the United States that do not have a specific school of music offer music degrees as BAs. Others have tracks off their bachelor of fine arts degree (BFA). Others with specific schools may offer the degree as a BM, or BMus. If you took this degree as an education program with state teachers certification, the degree is most often a BA. The best thing to do is contact and inquire the infromation from the school you attended.
Gene Simmons has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Education.
MAPEH stands for Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health is one of the learning areas of the Secondary Education Curriculum used in Philippine secondary schools.
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QuaverMusic is a world leader in online curriculum development for grades Pre-K to 8. The company started in 2009 in Music City, Nashville, TN with a focus on general music education.
That is the abbreviation. It is a bachelors in science (BS).
Bachelors of Science in Education.
MA in Ed.
A bachelors degree
you can go get your bachelors in education from any college/university that has an accredited Education program. After you get your bachelors you can get your license from the state you would like to teach in
Yes, you can.
Could be both
The question is somewhat confusing. For this particular field the bachelors degree comes before the more advanced study particular to the masters degree. It doesn't appear to be an either or decision.