Music M.M.: Music Education
Receive exceptional training and enhance your research skills in music education
The Master of Music in Music Education provides exceptional graduate-level training in music education for public school music teachers, and prepares students for the possibility of doctoral study in music education.
This program allows you to enhance on research skills and knowledge, learn about the most current trends in today’s music education field, and to develop comprehensive knowledge of music through study of music theory, history and analysis within the Graduate Music Core.
We offer on-campus and online learning options. For our on-campus students, opportunities for applied study and ensemble participation are also available.
The UNI School of Music is regarded as one of the finest music programs in the Midwest and is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
This program is available on campus or entirely online (through UNI’s Office of Online and Distance Education) – making for a flexible, convenient way to continue your education.
The UNI School of Music awards $400,000 in scholarships to our students each year – helping our students pursue their degrees affordably.
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Ann Bradfield, D.M.A.
School of Music Graduate Program Coordinator
Regarded as one of the finest music programs in the Midwest, University of Northern Iowa is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
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Dr. Mike Conrad
Dr. Conrad has been recognized for his arranging and composing with four ASCAP Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer Awards and seven DownBeat Awards, as well as awards and commissions from the Contemporary Music Academy in Beijing, the Bundesjazzorchester of Germany, the West Point Army Jazz Knights, and many other organizations.
Dr. Michelle Swanson
Very few faculty members at UNI can say that their academic adventure at UNI began at the age of four! Michelle Swanson is one of the few with that elite legacy, including 26 years of teaching, over a decade of graduate studies, four years of undergraduate education and many years as a student at Malcolm Price Laboratory School on the UNI campus.