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Benefit from the UF’s heritage of academic excellence and complete an NASM- and CAEP-accredited master’s program entirely online.
Online Master of Music in Music Education
The University of Florida’s online Master of Music in Music Education program is designed to help music educators enhance their abilities as musicians, teachers, and passionate students of one of humanity’s most dynamic modes of creative expression. Exhaustively exploring both practical and theoretical perspectives, the program, designed and taught by talented leading experts in the field, is perfect for current music educators looking to enhance their ability to encourage student engagement with music.
The curriculum combines advanced musical study with thorough examination of contemporary teaching methods, which can help you develop engaging, inspiring lesson plans for today’s students. As technology has become an essential part of the modern-day classroom, students of the online master’s in music education program will also gain hands-on experience working with the latest digital learning tools, which they can immediately put to work in their own practice.
Whether you direct a band, chorus, or orchestra; teach general music; lead other types of school-wide music classes at the elementary or secondary levels; or instruct private lessons; the program can help you explore new career opportunities and form even greater connections to your students through music – all while earning your master’s in music education online.
Benefit from the UF’s heritage of academic excellence and complete an NASM- and NCATE-accredited master’s program entirely online.
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