The Master of Music Education (MME) degree with a concentration in elementary music (G16D) requires the completion of a minimum of 32-36 graduate hours.

Core Requirements (15 Credits)
MUSC 830 Seminar in Music Theory - 3 Credits
MUSE 853 Research Design and Methods - 3 Credits
MUSE 855 Psychology of Music Education- 3 Credits
MUSE 871 History and Philosophy of Music Education - 3 Credits
Choose one of the following courses
MUSC 891 Seminar in Music History pre-1750 (repeatable) - 3 Credits
MUSC 892 Seminar in Music History post-1750 (repeatable) - 3 Credits

Field Specialty (6 Credits)
MUSE 821 Leadership and Administration in Music Education - 3 Credits
MUSE 831 Developing the Child's Music Understanding - 3 Credits
MUSE 617 Literacy Strategies for Content Areas:  Music - 2 Credits

Electives (9-15 Credits)
See Graduate Catalog and On-line schedule for more options.  Other courses are selected in consultation with the advisor and with the area director's approval.  Candidates may apply up to nine to fifteen (9-15) hours of Kodaly coursework as electives.  Options listed here.

Specialization in Kodaly Options
MUSE 761 and 762 Kodaly Methods and Solfege Level I - 3+2 Credits
MUSE 763 and 764 Kodaly Methods and Solfege Level II - 3+2 Credits
MUSE 765 and 766 Kodaly Methods and Solfege Level III - 3+2 Credits

Other Options
To be selected in consultation with faculty advisor and with approval of Graduate Coordinator:
MUSC 500+     MUSP 500+     MUSE 500+

Terminal Project (2-6 Credits)
Choose one
MUSE 844 Terminal Conducting Project - 2 Credits
MUSE 854 Terminal Project - 3 Credits
MUSP 873 Graduate Recital - 2 Credits
MUSE 875 Thesis Research - 2 Credits and MUSE 876 Thesis - 2 Credits
Extra Hours:  to be selected in consultation with faculty advisor and approved by area director. 
(Excludes applied, ensemble, workshops, and special project hours.) - 6 Credits

Total 32-36 Hours