|Master of Music Education|
The CWU Music Department began offering the Master of Music Education degree in a new summer format in 2012. This new format allows teachers in the profession to obtain a Masters Degree without having to take time off from their careers to do so.
The program consists of three summer comprehensive sessions on the CWU campus. These summer intensives last approximately 3 weeks and cover a wide range of practical course work that gives our students the tools to become master teachers.
The master of music education curriculum is designed to provide opportunity for depth of study in an area of specialization, to increase professional competence in teaching and performance, and to prepare for continued, self-directed study or advanced graduate study.
All candidates shall complete at least 45 credits as delineated in an approved course of study filed with the Office of Graduate Studies and Research.
|Program Highlights||2015 Dates|
|To Apply For The Summer Masters Program|
Please note that the above application materials must be sent to the CWU Graduate Studies Office (400 East University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926-7510).
Music Department required application materials/qualifications for the summer masters program:
Once you have submitted the above application to the CWU Graduate Studies Office, please submit the following supporting materials directly to Dr. Bret Smith
Dr. Bret Smith
Tuition costs can be found here. Additional mandatory fee information can be found here. Please note there is no extra charge for out-of-state students during the summer, and financial aid is available for these courses. Also, the typical course of study for our masters program requires 15 credits per quarter for three summer quarters.
In order to be considered for financial aid the graduate student must do the following:
|Housing and Transpotation:|
The Conference Program has limited space available to summer students who will be staying short-term on campus beginning in June and ending in August 2015. Applications will be accepted on a space available, first come first serve basis. You will be contacted if lodging space is not available for your specific dates. To apply for a room follow the instructions and complete the Short Term Lodging Request Form. (2015 information available in early February).
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