Our hope and intent is to be able to hold classes on campus in person for the summer of 2021. However, we are planning for contingencies and we will offer our programs remotely, just as we did successfully last summer, should we not be able to meet in person. Gordon College continues to follow local and national guidelines for safety during the pandemic. Changes to the Master of Music Education summer schedule and course delivery method will be announced here.
Combine learning online with only 5 weeks on campus for three summers in an inspiring learning environment—3 miles from the ocean, with exclusive use of Phillips Music Center’s recital hall, music technology innovations lab, practice studios, and classroom teaching space.
Passionate and Supportive Community of Peers
Relationships and shared experiences with your cohort will empower you to improve your teaching with real-world models of success and to reach your potential as a steward of life-long independent music-making.
Combine Research with the Practice of Musicianship
Informed by the most current curriculum research and best practice teaching methodologies, demonstrate improved musicianship by daily participation in choral, general and instrumental lab ensembles.
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