Music Education: Instrumental or Vocal - MEd/MS, EdS, PhD

Instrumental Music Education - MEd (Certification, Online Option Available)

Class A Program Checklist for Teaching Field
Teaching Field: 11 hours
At least 1/3 of the program shall be teaching field courses.
Select 11 hours from graduate level courses in Music (MUSI, MUSE, and/or MUAP)11
Special Education/Diversity Course: 3 hours3
RSED 6000/6006 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality OR state-approved diversity course 1
Additional Courses: 16 hours
Required: 4 hours
CTMU 7000/7006School and Community Music1
CTMU 7910/7916Practicum in Area of Specialization3
Select 3 hours from the following:3
Applications of Technology in Music Education
Digital Media Production for Music Education
Music Instruction Multimedia Research and Development
Select 9 hours from the following:9
Research Studies in Music Education
Curriculum and Teaching in Music Education
Organization of Program in Music Education
Evaluation of Program in Music Education
Special Topics
Research and Thesis
Other advisor-approved CTMU courses 6000 level or above
Total Hours30
1

RSED 6000/6 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality must be used to fulfill requirement if survey of special education course was not completed for prior level certification. It may not be used to fulfill the requirement if a survey of special education course was completed for prior level certification. State-approved diversity courses for Auburn University are posted on the ALSDE website.

In addition to the Graduate School requirement of a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all AU courses carrying graduate credit, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 is required on all courses used to meet program requirements.

Coursework used to meet Class B certification requirements may not be used to meet requirements for Class A certification.

All substitutions for required courses must be approved using the Course Substitution Form, including transfer work.  


Instrumental Music Education - MS (Non-certification, Online Option Available)

Instrumental Music Education - MS (Non-certification)
CTSE 7000/7006Orientation to Teaching and Learning1
CTSE 7800/7806Capstone in Teaching and Learning2
Advisor-Approved CTMU courses: 12 hours12
Advisor-Approved Electives: 15 hours15
Total Hours30


Instrumental Music Education - EdS (Certification, Online Option Available)

Class AA Program Checklist for Teaching Field
Teaching Field: 11 hours
At least 1/3 of the program shall be teaching field courses
Select 11 hours of advisor-approved 6000-7000 level courses in Music (MUSI, MUSE, and/or MUAP)11
Survey of Special Education/Diversity Course: 3 hours3
RSED 6000/6006 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality OR state-approved diversity course 1
Additional Courses: 16 hours
CTMU 8980/8986Field Project3
Select 10 hours of the following:10
School and Community Music 2
Research Studies in Music Education
Curriculum and Teaching in Music Education
Organization of Program in Music Education
Evaluation of Program in Music Education
Applications of Technology in Music Education
Digital Media Production for Music Education
Music Instruction Multimedia Research and Development
Practicum in Area of Specialization
Special Topics
Other advisor-approved CTMU courses
Select 3 hours of advisor-approved CTMU courses 6000 level and above3
Total Hours30
1

RSED 6000/6 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality must be used to fulfill requirement if survey of special education course was not completed for prior level certification. It may not be used to fulfill the requirement if a survey of special education course was completed for prior level certification. State-approved diversity courses for Auburn University are posted on the ALSDE website.

2

Required if not previously completed at Auburn University. 

In addition to the Graduate School requirement of a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all AU courses carrying graduate credit, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 is required on all courses used to meet program requirements.  

Coursework used to meet Class A certification requirements may not be used to meet requirements for Class AA certification. 

All substitutions for required courses must be approved using the Course Substitution Form, including transfer work. 


Instrumental Music Education - PhD

Instrumental Music Education - PhD
CTMU 8990/8996Research and Dissertation10
Select 80 Hours in @ 6000-899980
Total Hours90


Vocal Music Education - MEd (Certification, Online Option Available)

Class A Program Checklist for Teaching Field
Teaching Field: 11 hours
At least 1/3 of the program shall be teaching field courses.
Select 11 hours from graduate level courses in Music (MUSI, MUSE, and/or MUAP)11
Survey of Special Education/Diversity Course: 3 hours3
RSED 6000/6006 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality OR state-approved diversity course 1
Additional Courses: 16 hours
Required: 4 hours
CTMU 7000/7006School and Community Music1
CTMU 7910/7916Practicum in Area of Specialization3
Select 3 hours from the following:3
Applications of Technology in Music Education
Digital Media Production for Music Education
Music Instruction Multimedia Research and Development
Select 9 hours from the following:9
Research Studies in Music Education
Curriculum and Teaching in Music Education
Organization of Program in Music Education
Evaluation of Program in Music Education
Special Topics
Research and Thesis
Other advisor approved CTMU courses 6000 level or above
Total Hours30
1

RSED 6000/6 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality must be used to fulfill requirement if survey of special education course was not completed for prior level certification. It may not be used to fulfill the requirement if a survey of special education course was completed for prior level certification. State-approved diversity courses for Auburn University are posted on the ALSDE website.

In addition to the Graduate School requirement of a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all AU courses carrying graduate credit, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25 is required on all courses used to meet program requirements.  

Coursework used to meet Class B certification requirements may not be used to meet requirements for Class A certification.

All substitutions for required courses must be approved using the Course Substitution Form, including transfer work.  


Vocal Music Education - MS (Non-certification, Online Option Available)

Vocal Music Education - MS (Non Teacher Certification)
CTSE 7000/7006Orientation to Teaching and Learning1
CTSE 7800/7806Capstone in Teaching and Learning2
Select 12 hours of CTMU (Music Education) Advisor approved courses 12
Select 15 hours of Advisor approved Electives15
Total Hours30


Vocal Music Education - EdS (Certification, Online Option Available)

Class AA Program Checklist for Teaching Field
Teaching Field: 11 hours11
At least 1/3 of the program shall be teaching field courses.
Select 11 hours of advisor-approved 6000-7000 level courses in Music (MUSI, MUSE, and/or MUAP)
Survey of Special Education/Diversity Course: 3 hours3
RSED 6000/6006 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality OR state-approved diversity course 1
Additional Courses: 16 hours
CTMU 8980/8986Field Project3
Select 10 Hours of the following:10
School and Community Music 2
Research Studies in Music Education
Curriculum and Teaching in Music Education
Organization of Program in Music Education
Evaluation of Program in Music Education
Applications of Technology in Music Education
Digital Media Production for Music Education
Music Instruction Multimedia Research and Development
Practicum in Area of Specialization
Special Topics
Other advisor-approved CTMU courses
Select 3 hours of advisor-approved CTMU courses 6000 level and above3
Total Hours30
1

RSED 6000/6 Advanced Survey of Exceptionality must be used to fulfill requirement if survey of special education course was not completed for prior level certification. It may not be used to fulfill the requirement if a survey of special education course was completed for prior level certification. State-approved diversity courses for Auburn University are posted on the ALSDE website.

2

 Required if not previously completed at Auburn University.

In addition to the Graduate School requirement of a cumulative 3.0 GPA on all AU courses carrying graduate credit, a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 is required on all courses used to meet program requirements.   

Coursework used to meet Class A certification requirements may not be used to meet requirements for Class AA certification. 

All substitutions for required courses must be approved using the Course Substitution Form, including transfer work.  


Vocal Music Education - PhD

Vocal Music Education - PhD
CTMU 8990/8996Research and Dissertation10
Select 80 Hours in @ 6000-899980
Total Hours90