Master of Music Degree in Music Education (M.M.)

Students in the Master of Music in Music Education degree program at the Frost School of Music become highly competent teachers and leaders in music education. Master’s degree students typically join the program after several years of teaching in public or private school settings, and already possess music teacher certification.  Students study directly with music faculty who are noted for their outstanding teaching, research, performance, and leadership in the field. The program is customized to suit individual student interests, allowing for either a research or practical orientation in focus.

Graduates of our program have become leaders in music education in K-12, preschool, and community settings as music teachers or music administrators throughout South Florida, the United States, and in countries around the world.  Our program prepares advanced students to become deep thinkers, dynamic teachers, and innovative leaders.  Experienced teachers may continue to the Doctor of Philosophy degree program in Music Education to become music teacher educators and music education researchers.

 

For more information, contact Stephen Zdzinski, Graduate Program Director at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)