The Master of Music Education program is Designed for certified, practicing K-12 music educators who wish expand their knowledge of the field and improve their musicianship and leadership skills.
The Master of Music Education program will enable certified, practicing K-12 educators to expand their knowledge of the field and improve their musicianship and leadership skills.
About the Master's in Music Education at Lindenwood University
Courses include Research Methods, Research and Scholastic Writing, Foundations of Music Education, Contemporary Issues in Music Education, Curriculum Analysis and Design, Analysis of Teaching and Learning Behavior, Leadership in K-12 Music Programs, Conducting and Literature, and Arranging. They will be presented in an online format.
What can I do with a Master of Music Education Degree?
The market for teachers will grow by 6 percent over the next seven years, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. High school teachers earn an average of $57,200 a year.