The MA program in Music Education is a one-year program. Candidates may proceed to the degree though a program of either full-time or part-time study. Eight half-course equivalents are required for the degree.
Candidates must select a minimum of five half-course equivalents in music education, including MUS 2111H Research Methods in Music Education and MUS 2151H Philosophical Foundations of Music Education. Elective courses may be chosen from the MA/PhD/MusM/DMA courses of instruction and/or other graduate courses available in the University, subject to the approval of the Department. A major essay (MUS 2990Y) may be substituted for one full-course with the approval of the Department.
All candidates must pass a comprehensive examination in music education (written and oral). A description of the degree requirements and courses is available on request.