- DMA, Music, University of Georgia
- MEd, Music, Bob Jones University
- BME, Music Education, Shenandoah University
- Choral Director Methods (ME 402)
- Elementary School Music (Ed 385)
- Foundational Approaches in Music Education (ME 613)
Beth Eubank, a native of Richmond, Virginia, received her bachelor's degree in music education with a major in piano and a minor in oboe from Shenandoah Conservatory of Music in Winchester, Virginia. In 1998, she completed her master's degree in music education at Bob Jones University, and in 2003, the Doctor of Musical Arts in music education from the University of Georgia. Before coming to BJU, Dr. Eubank taught band, choir, and handbells at the elementary, junior high, and high school levels, where her groups won competitions at the regional, state, and national levels. She was extensively involved in the music ministry at her church.
Dr. Eubank currently teaches undergraduate and graduate level music education courses, directs the University Concert Choir, advises undergraduate music education students, teaches oboe, is a member of the Faculty Chamber Winds and Faculty Wind Quintet and conducts student teaching observations in the public schools. She has also played oboe and English horn for several recordings, is an active adjudicator for various competitions, and works with several hundred students every other fall during a high school festival hosted by BJU. Dr. Eubank holds memberships in the National Association for Music Education, the American Choral Directors Association, the International Double Reed Society, the Organization of American Kodaly Educators, the Dalcroze Society of America, and the American Orff-Schulwerk Association.
Summers are spent in pursuit of further education and travel to visit her grandchildren. The last several summers, she has studied with distinguished choral conductors at University of Oxford in England, Sarteano, Italy, University of Michigan, Eastman School of Music, and Westminster Choir College. Beth and her husband Bernie have two children, Sarah and Nathaniel. Sarah and her husband Theo, along with grandchildren Peter, Miriam, and Luke, are missionaries to the Netherlands. Nathaniel, also a graduate of BJU, works at BMW.