Towson’s graduate program in music education is recognized throughout the region.
The program provides new educators, future educators, and those seeking courses in
professional development with a strong grounding in advanced approaches to music teaching
and the flexibility to choose electives in theory, history, and performance.
Prospective students may choose one of the following options for degree completion:
The M.S. in Music Education with Thesis (minimum 34 units), including 24 units of
required courses with 6 units of thesis and 10 units of electives.
The M.S. in Music Education with Graduate Project (minimum 34 units), including 19
units of required courses with 1 unit of graduate project (paper, recital, composition,
or practicum) and 15 units of electives.