Master of Science (M.S.) in Music Education


The Master of Science (M.S.) in Music Education degree is designed for graduate students who wish to further their teaching, performance, and conducting skills.



Music Core Courses (15 Credits)

MUS 470[1]

Structure and Style

3

MUS 504

Principles and Foundation of Music Education

3

MUS 509

Comparative Music Studies

3

MUS 510

Current Issues in Music Education

3

MUS 598

Research in Music Education

3

Electives (12 Credits)

Minimum Credits from among the following

MUS 502, 503, 505, 506, 512, 551, 557. 559

2

Minimum Credits from among the following

MUS 501, 507, 508, 515, 540, 578, 579, 590, 591, 592A

4

Maximum Credits from among the following

Music Education, or advisor approved electives outside the discipline

6

Capstone Project (3 credits from among the following)

MUS 597-A

Research in Music Education

3

MUS 597-B

Performance Recital

3

MUS 597-B

Conducting Recital

3

MUS 597-B

Composition Project

3

Total Credits

33

 



[1] MUS 469: Graduate Music Theory Review (2), and/or MUS 569: Graduate Aural Skills for Teachers (2) are required if deficiencies are identified during the placement examinations. Credit earned for MUS 469: Graduate Music Theory Review courses will not count toward the fulfillment of the degree requirements. Credit earned for MUS 569: Graduate Aural Skills for Teachers may count toward the fulfillment of the elective requirements of the degree.

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