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Music Education Post-Baccalaureate Certificate

Our Alumni Have Careers As:

Music or Arts Education Supervisors coordinates K-12 music/arts teachers throughout the school district. They ensure teachers use standards-based curricula to provide the highest quality learning in and through the arts. Supervisors also apply pedagogy to guide and support music/arts teachers in presenting programs for parents and public audiences.

Music teachers use their understanding of pedagogy to meet students’ learning needs while fulfilling state and district standards. They also plan and present programs for parents and the general public as a demonstration of learning and creating in music.
Studio directors design and manage extra-curricular classes and ensembles to extend student learning. They guide music/arts teachers in providing high-quality and customized instruction to meet the needs of their students. Directors also organize concerts and other outreach events to demonstrate students’ self-expression and creativity through the arts.
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Learn To

Amplify student creativity and self-expression through music

Enhance teaching and learning through song and spoken word repertoire

Earn National Board Certification

Extend creative and expressive movement as music pedagogy

Expand classroom instruments as opportunities for active music-making

Make meaningful and authentic cross-curricular connections

Promote 21st century skills: creativity, critical thinking, collaboration, and communication

Support students’ social and emotional learning through creative and cooperative learning

Music Education Program Overview