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Summer Music Studies & MM in Music Education

Join us for the 2023 UArts Summer Music Studies program! Whether you’re interested in pursuing a Master of Music in Music Education or fulfilling a professional growth opportunity, the Summer Music Studies program has a course for you. 

2023 Summer Music Studies

Session 1: June 26–30

Location: University of the Arts

Session 2: July 10–14

Location: Villanova University

Session 3: July 17–21

Locations: Villanova University and Radnor High School

Session 4: July 24–28

Locations: Villanova University and Radnor High School

Online: June 12–Aug. 4

For the fastest response time, direct questions and inquiries to sms@uarts.edu.

Contact our office by phone at: (215) 717-6006.

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Growth & Creativity Through Music

The Summer Music Studies program offers graduate-level coursework for expanding students' pedagogical, technological, musical, and instructional skills in all genres of music classrooms. Renowned faculty from UArts and content experts from across the country provide week-long graduate-level instruction in making and creating meaningful music. Courses are offered on multiple campuses.  

The Master of Music in Music Education degree can be completed in as few as three-four summers but must be completed within seven years of matriculation. All coursework is offered in conjunction with the Summer Music Studies program. 

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Professional development courses for Music Educators that foster growth and creativity for all genre of music classrooms.

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Tuition & Policies

Review tuition and fees for courses, and learn about program policies.

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MM in Music Education

The MM in Music Education is designed for music teachers and others interested in studying music education at the graduate level.

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Graduate and Professional Studies
211 S. Broad St, Terra Hall 905
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 717 - 6006