This program offers candidates an opportunity to refine their teaching skills through a program involving performance, teaching, research, contemporary trends, and interaction with leaders in the field of music education.
Applicants must have completed the requirements for New York State initial or provisional certification, including successful practice teaching in music, or the equivalent requirements for another state. The final oral examination for music education students includes a teaching demonstration and submission of a process portfolio created during the student’s coursework.
|MUED-65400||Portfolio and Presentation I||1|
|MUED-65500||Portfolio and Presentation II||1|
|MUED-68000||Psychology of Music Teaching||3|
|MUED-68200||Seminar in Music Education||3|
|MUED-68600||Choral Rehearsal and Vocal Techniques (to be taken by vocal and piano majors) or|
|MUED-68700||Literature and Rehearsal Techniques for the Public School Wind Band (to be taken by instrumental music majors)||2|
|MUED-69xxx||Elective in music education (MUED-69000, 69100, 69200, 69300, or 69800/69900)||3|
|MUTH-65200||Bibliography and Research in Music||3|
|PFMJ-6xxxx||Performance (major instrument)||3|
|PFMJ-6xxxx||Performance (minor instrument or ensemble)||2|
Electives in music theory, music history and literature, music education, performance and ensemble, or general studies selected in conference with major adviser
For master of science candidates: 6 credits must be in the area of general studies.