Music Pedagogy (M.M.)

Become a master teacher in your discipline with the master’s in music pedagogy. 

student and professor at piano

The Master of Music in Music Pedagogy will hone your skills as a teacher on your instrument or voice through on-campus and online coursework. You will work closely with the program director to design a personalized program to suit your needs.

Graduates gain employment in a variety of settings, including private studio teaching, classroom teaching, and with other organizations or businesses. 

The program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. Instruction in the major area includes courses in music pedagogy, music education, music literature, and the completion of a pedagogical project. Supporting courses involve research methods, introduction to advanced music theory, and further refining of your performance skills. View degree requirements and course descriptions in the Graduate Catalog.

Applying to the Program

The music pedagogy master’s program admits students for the fall and spring terms only. Priority deadlines are February 1 for fall admission and November 1 for spring admission. Learn more about admission requirements and deadlines

why towson university?

Outstanding faculty

Small classes taught by faculty recognized regionally for their musical talent give you a real opportunity to interact with your instructors and fellow classmates.

State-of-the-art-facilities

Towson University’s Center for the Arts features state-of-the-art facilities, including a recording studio, keyboard lab, percussion practice rooms, resource room, and computer lab.

National accreditation

Towson University’s Master of Music in music pedagogy is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.

Events

From jazz festival concerts to faculty recitals, Towson University offers a host of opportunities to attend musical events and perform. Learn more about the department’s upcoming events.

Contact Information

Program Coordinator
Dr. Terry B. Ewell
Location
Center for the Arts
Room 2102
Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.