The Master of Music in Music Education degree is a 30-credit graduate program specifically designed for current school ensemble directors who want to continue working while obtaining their degree. Teachers will utilize their classrooms as experimental laboratories while they master best practices, broaden their pedagogy, and grow as artists themselves. Students will meet for three-week on-campus sessions in June, then complete their coursework online throughout the school year. This schedule is tailored to match the schedules of busy teachers. With over 1/3 of the degree being electives and individualized projects, teachers can improve in the areas of their choice.
Graduate students must complete their program within six (6) years of matriculation.
All courses must be passed with a “C-” (1.7) or better to be counted in the program.
Students must earn a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 to graduate.
The Master of Music Education is designed for music educators currently employed in secondary music programs. It allows educators to keep their current positions and earn this degree in three (3) summer sessions and four (4) semesters of online courses.
With approval, students may complete additional electives from graduate courses in Music Technology, Arts Administration, or Education.
Total Credits, M.M.E. Degree: 30
Please note that some students may ultimately earn more credits than listed above for the master’s degree. If the capstone cannot be completed within the allotted time, students must be enrolled continuously in MUED 6971 - Capstone Project Continuation until completion.