Selected Educational Outcomes
- Students will explain, describe, and discuss the historical and sociological foundations of music education in the United States.
- Students will select and use a broad range of instructional strategies and technologies that promote student learning and will clearly explain the choices they make in their practice.
- Students will exhibit an in-depth knowledge of music history and music theory.
- Students will utilize appropriate research methodology for music education.
- Students will analyze student, classroom, and school performance data and make data-driven decisions about strategies for teaching all students effectively.
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Requirements for the Master of Music Education Degree
|Required Core Courses||10|
|EDUC 5999||Professional Orientation||0|
|LEAD 7210||Ethics and Law||1|
|RSCH 7100||Research Methodology in Education||3|
|MUE 7000||Issues and Trends in Music Education||3|
|PSYC 7010||Learning and Assessment||3|
|Required Courses in Music and Music Education||15|
|MUSC 7010||Music Theory||3|
|MUSC 7020||Music History||3|
|MUE 7640||General Music Curriculum||3|
|MUE 7680||Foundations of Music Education||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Instrumental Music Curriculum|
Credits for private applied music lessons and music ensembles may not exceed a total of 8 hours. Electives may include a thesis of 6 credit hours (MUE 7999).
|Total Hours Required for the Degree||36|