The Hartt School offers undergraduate and graduate programs in music education. For detailed information on the programs, please visit the links to the left.
Bachelor of Music
The Bachelor of Music (BMus) degree has two possible emphasis areas, instrumental and vocal. These programs attract talented and motivated undergraduate students with a passion for teaching. The curriculum is designed to establish a strong foundation in music teaching methodology and pedagogy while an intensive and meaningful performance-based course of study enhances artistry. Steeped in the notion that doing improves learning, undergraduate music education students find themselves in real-world class settings beginning in their first year, and continue these practical applications of their training throughout their course of undergraduate study.
master of music education
Hartt's Master of Music Education (MMEd) programs are designed for music educators who wish to pursue advanced study within a specific area of music education, such as conducting, Kodàly, or research. With six different emphasis areas from which to choose, Hartt's MMEd students gain the knowledge and skills they need to become specialists in their desired field.
doctor of philosophy
The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Music Education draws outstanding students with an interest in the conducting and application of research in music education methodology who wish to reach the highest level of academia.