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The Master of Music in Music Education is offered online only. This degree provides an avenue for choral, instrumental and general music teachers to develop and refine their professional skills as teachers.
M.M.: Prior degree in MUED; official transcript(s); 3.0 GPA; three letters of recommendation; resume; statement of career goals; and a current, accredited U.S. teaching certificate.
M.M.: Minimum of 30 total credit hours.
M.M.: Students may select one of the following options: a thesis option, an essay and recital option, a two-recital option, or a coursework option depending on their major.
For the Ph.D., this examination will normally be taken when the student has substantially completed his/her coursework and has received the consent of the advisory committee to attempt the examination. The written portion of the examination will cover the major and supportive areas of study and will be followed by a comprehensive oral examination. Students who fail the candidacy examination two times will be dismissed from the doctoral program.
National Association of Schools of Music; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
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