Kent State University Master of Music in Music Education to hold informational webinars for prospective students

Those interested in continuing their education through our 100% online Master of Music in Music Education are invited to participate in two upcoming informational webinars hosted by our music education faculty. 

Schedule

Webinar 1:
Thur., Nov. 7, 8:00 p.m.
The presenter is Dr. Jay Dorfman, Coordinator of Music Education here at Kent State

Webinar 2:
Mon., Dec. 9, 8 p.m.
The presenter is Dr. Christopher Venesile, Faculty Coordinator of the program

Signing Up or Questions?

Contact:
Jennelizabeth Sepúlveda (Bice)
jbice@kent.edu | 330-672-2418

Information About the Online MMME

The program is highly regarded nationwide and unique in that our curriculum offers you the opportunity to focus on the aspects of music teaching that are most relevant to your career now and in the future. Many of our Master of Music in Music Education alumni serve their music education communities in prestigious and prominent leadership positions.

With its 100% online format, the program can be completed in as few as 23 months and consists of 10 courses (31 credit hours) including choices from five different elective options. Requirements for admission include:

  • An undergraduate degree in music education or in music
  • A minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • An active United States teaching certificate or license
  • At least one year of full-time music teaching experience in a K-12 classroom environment

The GRE, GMAT, or MAT are NOT required for admission, nor are ensemble or performance auditions. Also, please know that this program does not lead to teacher licensure in any state, but is applicable toward professional development requirements.

Admission to the program is on a rolling basis, so you can begin your studies in the fall, spring, or summer semesters – whichever works best for your schedule.

Interested in Learning More?

Visit the programs newly designed website here

 

POSTED: Wednesday, October 23, 2019 - 2:33pm
UPDATED: Thursday, November 7, 2019 - 10:03am