Master of Arts in Music Education

Adams State University’s online Music Education masters program furthers students’ musical and professional growth, enhances the success of the students they serve, and provides graduate course-work necessary for additional salary credit.

Key features that will benefit you on your masters degree journey

  • Two-year degree: Fall, Spring, Summer, Fall, Spring
  • Fully or partially online: coursework can be completed completely online, or candidates can spend the first year on campus and complete an area of concentration in performance, conducting, or composition
  • Candidates generally enroll in two classes per semester
  • Degree uses the cohort model, where candidates progress through the degree program with the same group of 20-25 other candidates in their classes
  • Accredited by both the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) and The Higher Learning Commission (HLC)
  • Outstanding faculty committed to personal interaction with learners
  • Outstanding computer and library resources
  • Small class size
  • Affordable
  • Convenience of online study