The School of Music offers a summer program leading to the Master of Music degree with a specialization in Music Education. In most cases, students can complete the required coursework for this degree in three years (summer, intersession, and evening classes). Applicants for this program should have Illinois Teacher Certification/Licensure and at least three years of public school teaching experience.
MUED 577: Jazz Pedagogy (3 credits) Professor Reggie Thomas MTuWTh 1:00-3:20 6/15-7/16 *Please note that this class will not meet the week of July 6 - 10.
MUSE 621-sec. 1: Jazz Workshop for Non-Majors (1 credit) Professor Reggie Thomas MTuWTh 3:30-5:00 6/15-7/2
MUED 684: Techniques Research in Music (3 credits) Professor Stan Haskins MTuWTh 11:00-12:40 6/15-7/23
MUED 689: Seminar in Music Education (3 credits) Professor Mary Lynn Doherty TuWThF 9:00-9:00 7/7-7/10 (Concurrent with CMP Workshop; please contact Professor Doherty for information)
MUSE 621-sec. 2: Choir (1 credit) Professor Eric Johnson MTuWTh 11:30-12:30 6/15-7/2
MUSP 637: Advanced Choral Techniques & Conducting (3 credits) Professor Eric Johnson MTuWTh 8:00-10:50 6/15-7/2
MUED 680: Workshop in Music-Score Study (1 credit) Professor Tom Bough Days/times TBD 7/1-7/28
Study Abroad – Experiencing the Arts in Bali, Indonesia: MUHL 531: Music of Southeast Asia (3 credits) Dr. Jui-Ching Wang 7/4-7/25
All new students must take the School of Music diagnostic examinations in Music History and Music Theory prior to the first term of study. Study guides for the exams may be viewed HERE.
(if necessary, as determined by diagnostic examinations; do not apply to the degree.)
Deadline for Summer Applications: May 20. N.B., this is the deadline for application for formal admission to the M.M. program. Interested students who miss the June 1 deadline may still take music courses during the summer session as Graduate Students-At-Large, for which there is no application deadline.
Apply on-line at http://www.grad.niu.edu/apply/index.shtml
To view the summer schedule, visit http://www.reg.niu.edu/regrec/courses/sched.shtml
For application materials, information about financial aid, or other questions, contact
Professor James Brown, Acting Coordinator of Graduate Studies
School of Music, NIU, DeKalb, IL 60115
E-mail (preferred) firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone (815) 753-7975
Fax (815) 753-1759