Al Gemberling With Students In Asia

Master of Music: Music Education

(Non-thesis degree)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

In addition to the Graduate School requirements, the School of Music requires students provide references and to complete a supplementary information packet.

Students should show proof of passing the Praxis Music Content Exam#10113, in lieu of the theory and history diagnostic exams; and, students must also provide a minimum 5 minute video of music classroom teaching in the area of specialty in lieu of an audition.



COURSE REQUIREMENTS (32 credits)


Required Core – 3 credits chosen from:

  • MusC 521 Musical Analysis (3 credits)
  • MusH 504 Selected Topics in Music History (3 credits)


Required Major Courses – 27 credits

  • MusT 511 Introduction to Research in Music Education (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 509 Foundation of Music Education (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 508 Psychology of Music (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 512 Contemporary Trends in Music Education (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 513 Assessment of Musical Behaviors (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 514 Multicultural Music Education (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 515 Music for Special Learners (3 credits, online)
  • MusT 501 Seminar in Music Education (3 credits, online)
  • MusA 514 Applied Music (1 credit)
  • MusT 510 Portfolio (1 credit, online, taken in first semester)
  • MusT 560 Portfolio (1 credit, online, taken in last semester)


Electives – 2 credits

Electives, selected by the student in consultation with the supervisory committee, should be chosen from the following list:

  • MusA 587 Advanced Instrumental Conducting (1 credit, even years, summer)
  • MusA 587 Advanced Choral Conducting (1 credit, odd years, summer)
  • MusT 565 Advanced Jazz Methods (1 credit)
  • MusT 585 Advanced Choral Methods (1 credit)
  • MusT 586 Advanced Instrumental Methods (1 credit)
  • MusA 5?? Graduate ensemble (1 credit)
  • MusT 588 Kodaly Certification (1 credit)
  • MusT 568 Technology in the Music Classroom (1 credit)