The difference between my first year of teaching without InterMuse and the years teaching with my certification from attending BYU InterMuse is stunning.
Register early to save money! The registration deadline is May 26, 2017. Walk-ons can register on the first day of the program, June 12, between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. for an additional $10 fee.
For college graduates with music degrees or classroom teachers with music minors or sufficiently strong musical skills, school music teachers, conductors, and studio music teachers.
Available for noncredit or three graduate letter-graded credits in Music 575R. Endorsed by the Organization of American Kodály Educators.
For participants who have already passed three levels and have graduated but wish to return and refresh their skills. Final banquet not included.
$15 CD of final concert
$10 extra reception ticket for guest
Note: Costs for textbooks for the InterMuse course are not included in the registration fees and will be approximately $75 to $100 per person. Because they are special-order texts, they will not be available for purchase at the BYU Bookstore until the first day of class.
Because InterMuse has a credit option, eligible BYU employees and their spouses may receive a university tuition benefit for the amount of tuition. It is not mandatory that the employee or spouse choose the credit option to receive the tuition benefit. BYU Benefits will not cover additional fees for textbooks and materials. Registrants can confirm their eligibility when finalizing registration online. If you have questions about your eligibility for tuition benefits, call BYU Benefits at 801-422-4716.
Purchase orders are accepted from government and accredited educational institutions and major corporations who are paying for their employees to attend. Download and complete the application form, and we will let you know when you can register. Call 801-422-4785 if you have questions.
InterMuse participants are required to maintain the standards of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints while attending the program, including abstinence from tobacco, coffee, tea, alcohol, and harmful drugs while on the campus. The BYU dress and grooming standards emphasize clothing that is modest in fabric, fit, style, and length.
Persons with disabilities are invited to discuss the program content and available facilities by calling 801-422-3896