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Master of Education in Music Education

Designed specifically for working professionals, this program can be completed fully online or partially on-campus. It offers students the flexibility needed to balance work, school, and personal obligations. Graduates will possess tools needed to work as advanced practitioners and leaders of music education in K-12 schools. Coursework covers topics in music education issues and trends, learning processes, instructional design, research applications, musical analysis, musicology, and technology.

The M.Ed. in Music Education is not a teacher-certification program, however students who do not hold certification to teach music may opt to pursue this certification in conjunction with their requirements for the M.Ed. in Music Education. Certain courses required for certification must be completed on campus. Contact the Department of Music for more information on this option.

Application requirements for post-baccalaureate certification.


Act 48 Credit
Students may also take courses as non-matriculated students for Act 48 credit. Students may then later decide to enroll as a matriculated student in the degree program using any previous course credits towards the degree.