If you want to help students perform as an ensemble as well as improve their individual musicianship, Plymouth State’s master’s in music education will help you to hone your teaching skills and musical abilities to experience the rewards of graduate study.
This program offers one concentration:
- Instrumental Music Education, which addresses musical and academic issues pertaining to band directors in public schools
The program of study contains a core component of classes which are required of every master’s student. A choice of either an internship in education, graduate practicum, individual research, or thesis provides a capstone experience at the end of your program. You can expect to complete your degree in two years and spend much of that time in the beautiful facilities of the Silver Center for the Arts.
As a student in Plymouth State’s music education graduate program, you may also be interested in the New England Band Directors Institute and the All New England Choral Festival, programs which are integral to your graduate education.
Completing your degree at Plymouth State is more convenient than ever because we offer courses on- and off-campus throughout New Hampshire, including Plymouth, Concord, and Waterville Valley. Evening and weekend class times, intensive institutes, and online classes allow you to take courses while maintaining your job and home life.
With rolling admission, you may start your program during any term. In fact, you may take up to 12 credits before even being admitted to Plymouth State. Financial aid is available to qualified students.
Getting started is easy!Apply today or request more info.
To begin planning your program, contact an advisor: