Previous research points to an increase in undergraduate music education major stress. A stress questionnaire was sent to three Midwest collegiate institutions: one was a mid-sized liberal arts school, another was a conservatory, and the last was a large state institution. Findings confirm concerning elevated levels of stress among undergraduate music education majors. The levels of stress appear to be a universal issue in this particular degree program, implying there is a need for change to better student wellness.
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Carroll, Emily, "Stress and Burnout Among Undergraduate Music Education Majors: An Examination of Trends, Influences, and Coping Mechanisms" (2021). Honors Projects. 627.