This program is a full-time, in-residence graduate degree program designed for licensed elementary, middle school, and high school music educators, or students pursuing music teacher licensure at CSU, who wish to become master teachers and leaders in the K-12 Music Education field. The goal of the Music Education specialization is for students to develop the skill, intellect, and musicianship necessary among those who wish to become the next generation of leaders in the field of music education.
Effective Spring 2012
|MU 342||Psychology of Music||3|
|MU 510||Foundations of Music Education||3|
|MU 517||Analytic Techniques I 1||2-3|
|or MU 518||Analytic Techniques II|
|MU 520||Elementary School Music 1||3|
|or MU 521||Junior and Senior High School Music|
|MU 555||Choral Techniques, Style, and Interpretation 1||3|
|or MU 556||Advanced Instrumental Conducting and Techniques|
|MU 630||Methods of Music Research 1||3|
|MU 696I||Group Study: Performance 1||2|
|Music history 1||3|
|Music literature 1||2|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.
Specific courses will be approved by the candidate’s graduate committee. Students may be required to take additional course work as determined by diagnostic examinations and/or their graduate committee.
Select enough elective credits to bring program total to a minimum of 30 credits.