Master of Music Education Course Curriculum

This degree is designed to be completed in three summers or in a combination of summers and the academic year. Students must register for at least six credits per calendar year until all degree requirements are completed. Classes are offered both online and on campus. Course-work can be focused in elementary, choral/vocal, or instrumental music education. No thesis is required -- rather, students complete a four-credit practicum, planned jointly by the student and his/her advisor. Comprehensive written and oral examinations are passed near the end of or after coursework.

 

Music Education Core (9 credits)
Course Course Name When/Format
Credits
MUSC 701 Psychology of Music June
3
MUSC 703 Foundation of American Music Education June
3
MUSC 790 Seminar in Contemporary Issues in Music Education
(See the 2012 Summer Symposium here)
July - one week
3
     
Music Core (10 credits)
Course Course Name  
Credits
MUSC 702 Graduate Theory Survey Online
3
MUSC 704 Graduate Music History Survey Online
3
MUSC 731 Applied Study Ongoing
2
     
Music Electives (9 credits)


MUSC 713
MUSC 714
MUSC 715
MUSC 758
MUSC 765
MUSC 766

To be selected from:
Advanced Choral Methods (3)
Advanced Elementary Methods (3)
History of Choral Literature (3)
Jazz Methods and Pedagogy in Music Education (3)
Band Literature: History & Development (3)
Band Literature: Chamber Music, Other Genres (3)
Other Music History, Theory, Literature, or Pedagogy courses
(to be determined with advisor)
Ensembles (to be determined with advistor)


Online
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9

MUSC 794 Practicum  
4
Total Credits
30
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