Music Education: MM
from the Bulletin
The Master of Music in Music Education degree is granted upon successful completion of a program of study, written and oral qualifying examinations, and terminal projects appropriate to the student’s field of specialization. Students must complete a minimum of 32 semester credits with grades no lower than B- in graduate-level coursework. All degree requirements must be completed within five years of the date of matriculation.
The Master of Music in Music Education is a professional degree program with two possible sequences: Initial Licensure or Professional Licensure. The Initial Licensure sequence prepares students for entry into a career teaching music in primary and secondary schools. It is only available on campus. The Professional Licensure sequence is designed for music teachers who already possess a teaching license or those who simply want to learn more about music education but do not desire licensure to teach in American primary and secondary schools. It is available both on campus and online.