Music education class

Master of Music Education

Enhance your music classroom by completing the Master of Music Education at LVC. Educators will build their knowledge and teaching pedagogies to create a 21st-century learning environment that promotes inclusivity in a student-centered classroom.

Music educators will develop strategies to create immersive experiences for students using technology, performance, improvisation, and composition.

Next start date: July 1, 2024

Lebanon Valley College is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), 11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 21, Reston, VA 20190-5248; Telephone: 703-437-0700,

Learn More About the Program

The Master of Music Education is designed with your schedule and needs in mind. Learn at your own pace through online seven-week courses. LVC’s program is structured so that students gain practical experience, ensuring they graduate confident and ready to continue to share their passion for music.

33 credits
2023–24 cost per credit hour
format + 2-week residency
start dates per year
Musician performing in front of audience

Innovative Coursework with Personal Attention

No matter where you are in your teaching career, LVC’s MME program will meet your needs by presenting new approaches for teaching diverse student groups, global perspectives in music education, and contemporary pedagogies.

Educators can earn Act 48 Continuing Education Credits for professional development or complete a graduate certificate program in Modern Band; Comprehensive Curriculum & Assessment; or Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Wellness.

In Their Words

I was a section leader in The Pride of The Valley Marching Band with Dr. Heffner. I conducted the pit orchestra for Wig and Buckle Theater, performed in flute ensemble, jazz band, symphonic band, orchestra, and concert choir. I even had a radio show for a semester. I signed up for anything that would give me the knowledge and skills to better teach students.
Katy Brodhead ’10, Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts at Newark Public Schools
Our music education program consists of individuals that care deeply about the community of the program. Our students aren’t just studying music education at LVC, they are in a learning community that helps and cares for one another in their music education classes, ensembles, and all throughout campus.
Dr. Kyle Zeuch, Director of Choral Activities and assistant professor of music

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