As a part of our ongoing mission to address the educational needs of students nationwide, we strive to apply the principles of rigor, scholarship, and accessibility – virtues that have guided us since our founding in 1853 – to our online degree programs. Online students benefit from the same heritage of excellence and innovation that’s helped UF become one of the foremost public institutions of higher learning in the country.
Online students in the School of Music can connect with the Gator Nation from anywhere, using cutting-edge online learning tools to interact directly with faculty leaders in music education. With our program, you have access to webmail, an online registration system, the online bookstore, an online course management system, an online tuition payment system, and additional services from the comfort of your own home, including:
The master’s in music education program is offered entirely online, meaning you never have to attend an on-campus class to earn a graduate degree. With no commutes to campus for scheduled classes, full-time music educators can continue teaching and immediately apply what they learn in the program directly to their educational practice. Online learning offers unparalleled flexibility, in this respect, allowing students to complete their coursework when it suits their daily schedule.
The fact that this program was online was definitely the biggest reason I chose the program – because I did not want to take off time teaching. I like teaching too much. That’s why I chose UF – because it was completely online and it was a great school.
– Mary Witaszek
Online Master of Music in Music Education Graduate
In effect, the online learning platform brings the UF experience directly to you. As a student, you can form connections to faculty members and your fellow students that might have never been possible in a traditional classroom, with online tools bringing together impassioned musicians from all across the country. This potential for new connections, comprehensive contemporary coursework, and the convenience of the program’s format can help you pursue your full potential as a music teacher.
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