A: No, GRE scores are not necessary for acceptance into the program.
A: With three convenient start options per year in the fall, spring or summer, you can pick the timing that works best with your schedule.
A: You can complete the 33-credit program in as few as 2 years.
A: No, the online Master of Music in Music Education program is completely asynchronous. However, you will be required to go online regularly, when convenient for you, to participate in weekly assignments, discussions, and projects.
A: Dynamic collaboration in classroom discussion forums, via email, and through video conferencing technologies is an important feature of our online program. Many online students say that they feel more connected to professors and peers than they did in on-campus classes because of robust online discussion and real-time access to faculty and peers.
A: You will earn the same degree as on-campus University of Florida students. Your diploma and transcripts will say “Master of Music in Music Education” and will not include any separate distinction that says “online.”
A: Students in the online Master of Music in Music Education are considered part-time. However, they are eligible to receive federal financial aid. Read more about financial aid for this program.
A: The total tuition for the program is $20,979.75, based on tuition and fees for the 2017-2018 academic year. Read more about tuition for this program.
A: Yes, although you must demonstrate a strong interest and experience in teaching music. For more details, read about our admissions requirements.
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