"The Master of Music degree at NSU is the perfect program
for the working music educator. It offers the flexibility to do
graduate classwork while maintaining the ability to keep teaching."
Jeremy Schutter, band director, Aberdeen Central High School
NSU’s Master of Music Education program is designed to fit into the busy lives of current music educators.
It's a low-residency, practice-oriented degree program that will advance the knowledge and skills of professional, working music educators. It covers the essentials of research in music education, music theory, performance practices, conducting, pedagogy, and music education management.
You can complete this program in two years while retaining your current job. You'll take 32 credits' worth of courses, most online - and finish the program with just 1 week on the beautiful Northern campus in summer.
Courses are taught by experienced and highly qualified faculty with years of successful classroom experience.
For more information, contact Dr. Alan LaFave, School of Fine Arts dean, at 605-626-2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
; Dr. Timothy Woods, MME Program director, at 605-626-7758 or email@example.com
; or Northern's Office of Graduate Studies, at left.