The UArts MM in Music Education is a 33 credit program of study. The program is designed for music teachers desiring a master of music degree and others interested in studying music education at the graduate level. The degree can be completed in as few as 3-4 summers but must be completed within 7 years of matriculation. This course of study is a summer only Masters degree. This program does not lead to PDE certification (i.e. a Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate). The curriculum consists of:
- 12-credit core of courses
- 15 credits in content coursework (electives)
- 6 credits final project/thesis
You may visit the UArts page reagrding the Master's Degree at http://www.uarts.edu/academics/music/mm-music-education.
Core Courses Offered during Summer 2013
MUED 603 Curriculum and Assessment
Instructor: Beth Sokolowski
- June 24-28
MUED 602 Sociological Foundations of Music Education
Instructor: Dr. Debbie Wolf.
- July 15-19
MUED 780 Thesis/Project Development: Music Education
- July 22-26
You may not register for these courses using the Villanova registration forms. You must have applied to and been accepted by the University of the Arts' MM in Music Education Program in order to be eligible. Please contact Beth Sokolowski at UArts, firstname.lastname@example.org, for information on enrollment or how to register for this course if you are already enrolled in the program.
Contact UArts for Pricing Information.
For information on the Application Process, Fees, and Requirements contact:
Head, Music Education at The University of the Arts