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The Master of Arts in Music Education is a 36-hour program that applies a practical foundation of music, music education, and research to the educational environment. Unique to this degree is specialized instruction in advanced music techniques and applied performance studies.
Study with nationally recognized music education specialists and professionals
Receive instruction in music education theories, philosophies, and methodology
Learn conducting from well-known and respected professionals
Experience specialized training strategically designed for the music education classroom
Study voice, piano, guitar, strings, bass, woodwind, percussion instruments, songwriting, and conducting in private lessons
Pursue a research-based degree while remaining active in the field of music educator
Prepare to enter a doctoral program in music education
$50 application fee (the application fee will be deferred and assessed during Financial Check-In)
Unofficial college transcripts with a completed Transcript Request Form. An official final college transcript showing a completed Bachelor’s degree is required before first semester enrollment.
Completion of an earned baccalaureate degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in one of the following areas: Bachelor's degree in Music, Music Education, or Music & Worship
3.0 GPA for admission in good standing (2.5-2.99 may be admitted on caution)