M.M. in Music Education - Music Technology Concentration

College of Arts and Humanities
MUE 500Methods & Materials Of Research3
MUE 503Philosophical Foundations Of Music Educ3
MUE 510Current Trends In Music Education3
Select 9 semester hours in required music technology courses9
Select 6 semester hours in directed electives chosen from music technology courses6
Select 3 semester hours in music history3
Select 3 semester hours in music theory3
Select 3 semester hours in directed electives3
Select 1 semester hour in research1
Total Credits Required34

All students in M.M. programs in music education also must complete a comprehensive exit examination.  Students not holding Level I Certification in music education must complete prerequisite undergraduate work prior to admission into a graduate program that requires Level I Certification.

To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via my WCU and consult their Graduate Coordinator.  For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.

The following is a suggested course sequence for this program; courses offerings and availability are not guaranteed. Students should consult their academic advisor with any questions.

Four Summer Sequence

Year One
SummerCredits
Cognate (History or Theory)3
MUE 591Intro Notation, Sequencing Elec Inst3
MUE 592Intro CAI, Multimedia and Internet3
Select one of the following Music Education Core courses:3
Methods Materials Of Research 
Philosophical Foundations Of Music Educ 
Current Trends In Music Education 
 Credits12
Year Two
Summer
Cognate (History or Theory)3
MUE 598Integrating Music Tech in Classroom3
Applied Music1-2
Select one of the following Music Education Core courses:3
Methods Materials Of Research 
Philosophical Foundations Of Music Educ 
Current Trends In Music Education 
 Credits10-11
Year Three
Summer
Concentration Elective: Technology or Free Elective2-4
Applied Music1-2
Select one of the following Music Education Core courses:3
Methods Materials Of Research 
Philosophical Foundations Of Music Educ 
Current Trends In Music Education 
 Credits6-9
Year Four
Summer
Free Elective3
Concentration Elective: Technology or Free Elective2-4
MUE 693Music Technology Final Project1
Comprehensive Exit Exam 
 Credits6-8

Credit for remedial courses may NOT be counted toward total credits required nor may remedial courses be counted as part of cognate requirements for the degree program.

Completion of degree in four summers presumes:

  • No remedial courses are required based on Graduate Admission Test
  • Each course has adequate enrollment to be offered
  • Course offerings do not significantly conflict

Credit load may be reduced by electing one course during the academic year.

Cognate and core courses are on a regular rotation sequence during both academic year and summer sessions.