Summer Music Studies + MM in Music Education
Growth + Creativity Through Music
With a legacy of serving over 300 music educators from across the country each summer for over twenty years, the Summer Music Studies Program offers graduate-level coursework for students interested in expanding upon their pedagogical, technological, musical, and instructional skills in all genre of music classrooms. Renowned faculty from the University of the Arts, as well as content experts from across the country, provide week-long graduate-level instruction that is all about making and creating meaningful music. The University of the Arts provides the capacity to offer courses on multiple campuses, utilizing the latest resources and faculty, while offering reasonably priced housing options for our out of town students.
The Master of Music in Music Education degree can be completed in as few as three or four summers but must be completed within seven years of matriculation. All coursework is offered in conjunction with the Summer Music Studies Program.
Classes & Registration
Professional development courses for Music Educators that foster growth and creativity for all genre of music classrooms.
Tuition & 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. The degree can be completed in as few as 3-4 summers.
Director for Summer Music Studies + MM in Music Education
Jenny Neff has a 25-year history teaching music in public schools in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. She has served as a trainer and presenter at Music Education conferences nationally. She is presently an Instrumental Music Teacher in the Lower Merion School District. She is currently developing band curriculum for the NAfME’s Library of Congress program. Jenny holds an Ed.D. from Immaculata University, as well as an MM and BM in Music Education from Michigan State University.
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MARCH 11 - 15
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Contact Summer Music Studies
College of Critical & Professional Studies
with the Center for Engagement
211 S. Broad St, Terra Hall 901
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 717 - 6006