Master of Music in Pedagogy (Classical Voice)

What Our Program Offers You

The Master of Music in Pedagogy (Classical Voice) at Shenandoah Conservatory is a unique program that offers a well rounded blend of courses in anatomy, pedagogical history and contemporary singing methods designed to give the aspiring teacher of singing the needed edge to be competitive in the field. 

Course Requirements

Master of Music in Pedagogy 2012 – 2013
Classical Voice

APPLIED MUSIC

APRP 501 Applied Teaching Repertoire (1)
APRP 501 Applied Teaching Repertoire (1)
APVO 502 or 501 + 501 Applied Voice (2)
APVO 602 or 601 + 601 Applied Voice (2)
MUPP 600 Comparative Vocal Teaching Methods (2)
OR
APTT 501 Applied Teaching Techniques (1)
APTT 501 Applied Teaching Techniques (1) 

SPECIFIC COURSES

MUPP 533 Anatomy & Function of the Voice (3)
MUPP 538 Business of Studio Teaching (1)
MUPP 536 Supervised Private Teaching (3)
MUTC 520 Graduate Theory Seminar 1 (2)
MUPP 555 CCM Vocal Pedagogy-Level I  (1)
MUPP 556 CCM Vocal Pedagogy-Level II (1)
CONR 601 Bibliography & Research (3)
MUPP 636 Technology Lab in the Studio (1)
MUPP 635 Technology for the Teaching Studio (1)

MUSIC LITERATURE

MULT__  Music Literature Elective(s) (2)

FINAL PROJECT

MUPP 640 Master’s Performance Recital (2)

MUPP 640 Master’s Performance Recital (second competion) (2) 
OR
MUPP 642 Master’s Lecture Recital  (1) PLUS
CONR 693 Lecture Recital Document (1)

DEGREE TOTAL 30