2018 Fall Schedule

MME 802.91 Research Methods in Music Education (3 credits)

Online     October 29 - December 13

A study in the organization, presentation, interpretation, and documentation of research that makes use of encyclopedias, indices, databases, and other aids. A core course.

MME 880.91 Modern Band I (2 credits)

Online     October 29 - December 16

Students will enhance their knowledge of teaching modern music ensembles in the public schools. Topics will include curriculum and techniques for teaching diverse popular music ensembles; repertoire performance from various popular styles; and learning rhythmic, melodic and harmonic practices associated with each genre. Additional topics include classroom technology and instrumental equipment. This course meets a supportive studies of music and Modern Band Certificate requirement.

2019 Spring Schedule

MME 881.91 Beginning Pedagogy and Methods for Electric Guitar & Drums (1 credit)

Online     January 15 - March 4

Students will learn the skills necessary to teach guitar and drums in a popular music setting. "Music as a second language" will be the emphasized pedagogy. Students are required to meet a minimum proficiency on each instrument. Prerequisite is MME 880.
Requirement for Modern Band Certificate and meets supportive studies in music course for MME.

MME 883.91 Beginning Pedagogy and Methods for Electric Bass and Keyboards (1 credit)

Online     March 12  - April 29

Students will learn the skills necessary to teach electric bass and keyboards in a popular music setting. "Music as a second language" will be the emphasized pedagogy.  Students are required to meet a minimum proficiency on each instrument. Prerequisite is MME 880.  Requirement for Modern Band Certificate and meets supportive studies in music course for MME.

MME 850.91 Ethnomusicology (3 credits)

Online     January 15 - March 4

This course is designed to explore musical dimensions across a variety of the world's musical cultures. This course meets supportive studies in music requirement.

 

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New and returning students may register for courses using our online registration form.

*Please allow 1–2 business days for processing registration requests. Registrations submitted through the web form will be processed in the order they are received. You will receive an email confirmation once your registration request has been processed.

 

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