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The Master's of Music in Music Education with Instrumental emphasis provides a practical and applicable approach to education. The program, designed to be completed in three-summers, meetsthe needs of current teachers by providing courses developed around the knowledge and skills necessary for success in 21st century music education.
Complete Band Director Workshop. The workshop will take place June 10 - 13, 2014. The workshop can count as an elective for credit toward your degree.Session I: June 23 - July 11, 2014Session II: July 14 - July 25, 2014
Ready to get started? Find out how to apply to the Master of Music in Music Education program and get started on your application (PDF) right away. If you have questions about whether the program is right for you, contact Anne Callahan at 614-236-6199 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music Education 12 credits
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*Contact James Swearingen at email@example.com for a list of available instructors and instruments and the process to follow to schedule private lessons. This course includes an additional applied lesson fee. Additional courses may be added, subject to approval by the department and dean. Remedial courses in Musicianship and Music History – 1 non-degree credit each: The instrumental emphasis requires diagnostic testing to determine competency in theory and music history. Subsequent courses for review are offered at the 500 credit level to students needing to deepen and expand requisite knowledge for graduate study. These courses are required but do not carry graduation credit. MM 501 Music Theory Review (1)MM 502 Music History review (1)
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