Master of Music in Music Education

Hand drums are arranged on the classroom floor in the background. Seen from behind, a  student plays a flat-style drum in the foreground.

The Master of Music in Music Education program features 32 credit hours of challenging and rewarding coursework in research, music history, and music theory. Designed for the busy professional, the Master of Music in Music Education program can be completed over three summer sessions.

  • Study with top-notch faculty in music education, in a stimulating environment alongside your peers in the discipline.
  • TEAM Scholarships are available to Ohio K-12 educators.

Summer 2018 offerings

MUS 504: Wind Band Ensemble Literature
MUS 626: Foundations of Music Education
MUS 645: Concepts in Music History

Academics

The music education core emphasizes research problems and current pedagogical practices. You will refine your skills in conducting and performance, complete a research project, and pass a comprehensive oral examination.

A complete description of the program can be found in Miami's General Bulletin.

Schedule

Core coursework is completed during 4-week summer sessions (mid-June through mid-July) over three years. Completion of the graduation project or electives may require additional time.

Admission

To be admitted to the degree program, students must be admitted to both Miami University's Graduate School and to the Department of Music.

Ohio TEAM Scholarships for Educators


Ohio K–12 educators can apply for Miami's TEAM Scholarship, providing a 50% reduction in the instructional, general, technology, and Metro (bus) fees.

Applications must be received five days prior to your first day of enrollment. There are no exceptions to this deadline. 

TEAM scholarship details


Contact

Brenda Mitchell
Director of Graduate Studies in Music
225 Center for the Performing Arts
(513) 529-1228
mitchebs@MiamiOH.edu