Master of Music Education
The mission of the Master of Music Education (MME) Program is to improve the quality of music education by providing educators with ideas, technologies, and techniques that can be immediately applied in the music classroom. The MME Program provides the PDE required Instructional Level II certification credits for SAS and inclusive classrooms. MME coursework takes place in the summers and can be completed in three years.
Courses meet during a seven-week summer semester. This complements your work schedule and gives you the opportunity to think about and reflect on your work in a way you couldn't during the school year. LVC faculty have extensive music education expertise. What's more, each summer a nationally known professional in the field of music education comes to campus as a visiting faculty member.
Visiting faculty members have included:
- Dr. Kathy Robinson, University of Alberta
- Dr. Margaret Schmidt, Arizona State University
- Dr. Susan Conkling, Eastman School of Music
- Dr. Mary Goetze, Emerita, Indiana University
- Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt, University of Toronto
- Dr. Peter Webster, Northwestern University