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Master of Music Degree in Music Education Online


The master of music (M.M.) in music education online degree program is designed for the busy professional music teacher. Students are encouraged to explore the relationship of music teaching to music education philosophy, history and research, methodology, as well as educational literature. Additionally, they will be challenged to synthesize and apply all of the knowledge, skills, and understandings acquired in the coursework in a capstone project that is tailored to their specific teaching situation.

To obtain a master of music in music education, students must complete a minimum of 30 semester credits and successfully pass the capstone course. These credits will be derived from:

  • Foundation (two courses/6 credits)
  • Electives (three courses/9 credits)
  • Other Studies in Music, Core (four courses/12 credits)
  • Capstone (one course/3 credits)

Foundation

Required: (two classes/6 credits)

08:702:570 Introduction to Graduate Studies in Music Education

08:702:576 Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Music Education

Electives

Required: (three courses/9 credits)

08:702:531 Wind Band Literature for Graduate Music Educators

08:702:536 Cognitive Approaches to Music Learning*

08:702:572 Seminar in Choral Literature for Music Educators

08:702:537 Behavioral Approaches to Music Learning*

08:702:575 Integrating Technology in the Music Curriculum

*Behavioral and Cognitive Approaches to Music Learning should not be taken in the same semester.

Other Studies in Music, Core

Required: (four courses/12 credits)

08:702:532 Modal Composition and Tonal Analysis for Graduate Music Educators

08:702:573 Studies in Form and Analysis for Graduate Music Education Online

08:702:577 History of the Western Canon for Graduate Music Education Online

08:702:579 Musical Practices of the World for Graduate Music Education

Capstone

Required: (one course/3 credits)

08:702:580 Applied Research in Music Education

 
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