Department of Music Master of Music Education Degree Graduate Degree How to Apply Visit Campus Request Information Advance Your Career – Earn your MME online The Master of Music Education (MME) is a graduate degree program developed for persons who have a degree in the field or a closely aligned field and are currently certified music teachers in any state. A program of study requiring the appropriate additional undergraduate classes can be developed for someone who does not have the requisite degree or certification by consultation with the music department graduate adviser. GET STARTED TODAY! Request information and start your journey in our Master of Music Education program. Our team will reach out about our information session on Jan. 10. Loading… PERKS OF THE PROGRAM Earn your degree in as little as 2 years. Attend full or part time. Summers only option available. Small class sizes with live interaction. Interact with experienced friendly instructors – all with classroom experience. Join your peers in an interactive virtual community of current music educators throughout your graduate school experience. Your study will culminate in a thesis of your own independent research on a topic of interest to you which will be published in an open-source format through the UW library system. Master of Music Education Application Click here for our fast, five-minute application. Pursue your passion now! MME Application UWSP College Application Why Study Master of Music Education at UW-Stevens Point? The 100% online Classroom Teacher Track offers options in General Music, Choral, Instrumental and Jazz Courses. It is a 30-credit MME program that is ideal for the working music teacher and will help you further your own professional development and prepare you to be a leader in our field. Schedule Interview MME Summer Courses Join us for one of our many Master of Music Education courses. MME Summer Catalog Recent Thesis Publications UWSP Thesis Publications Master of Music Education theses Alumni Map Whether you are a recent graduate or a longtime alum, you can make an important difference for today’s students in the College of Fine Arts and Communication. By volunteering to share your story, your network, your career advice, and your successes, you can help guide students through the start of their professional lives as they discover their purpose. You are a vital part of our Pointer family and we look forward to hearing from you! alumni Map COFAC Point-to-Point Connection previous slide next slide MME Certificate Options Conducting Graduate Certificate Jazz Pedagogy Graduate Certificate Music History Graduate Certificate Music Theory Graduate Certificate Suzuki Pedagogy Graduate Certificate CUSTOMIZE YOUR EDUCATION The Studio Pedagogy Track is an on-campus residency that can be completed in one calendar year or two depending upon your schedule and needs. It’s a customizable 30-credit MME program that is ideal for the performer who intends to teach studio lessons and will help you further your own professional development and will help you hone your performance and publication skills in the field of music pedagogy. Attend full or part time. Artist Level Applied Study and Pedagogy courses specific to:Piano, Voice, Violin, Viola, Violincello, Double Bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone, Trumpet, Horn, Trombone, Euphonium, Tuba and Percussion. Degree flexibility – create your path suited to your interests, multiple elective options to fulfill most degree requirements. Your study will culminate with a capstone recital and written thesis which will be published in an open-source format through the UW library system. MME Handbook Courses, Schedule and Tuition MEET YOUR FACULTY AND STAFF Our music faculty at UW-Stevens Point will help you complete your Master of Music Education through flexibility based on your interests. View the MME Faculty and Staff directory Rachel Brashier Director of Music Education Graduate Advisor for the Music Department College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts firstname.lastname@example.org 715-346-2227 View profile Patrick Lawrence Professor – Low Brass Professor – Music Education College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts email@example.com View profile Danielle Breisach Associate Lecturer – Flute Graduate Program Manager College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts firstname.lastname@example.org View profile Andrew Slembarski Administrative Specialist – Music College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts email@example.com 715-346-3107 View profile National Association of Schools of Music Founded in 1924, the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) is an organization of schools, conservatories, colleges, and universities with approximately 637 accredited institutional members. It establishes national standards for undergraduate and graduate degrees and other credentials for music and music-related disciplines and provides assistance to institutions and individuals engaged in artistic, scholarly, educational, and other music-related endeavors. The College of Fine Arts and Communication at UW-Stevens Point is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.