Elevate. Instruct. Inspire.

Music Education | Choral

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Expand your impact. Elevate your teaching. And help others find their voice.

Online | Don’t Stop Life to Study
Biblically faithful & personally flexible. That’s your education—elevated.
Months to Complete
36 credit program tailored to speed through or go slower if life gets too hectic—that’s convenient.
Cost Per Credit
And graduate students can receive aid & scholarships

Lead the Next Generation of Vocalists

From organizing marching bands to directing high school musicals, we realize your time is limited. That’s why we’ve designed our program with flexibility to fit around your schedule. On your own time and at your own pace, we come alongside and meet you where you are. Engage proven methods of instruction. Master the art of planning your school’s musical programs. Even explore emerging vocal technologies in the classroom.

Expand your impact and ability as a music teacher. Reenergize your career with insights, approaches, and techniques. And prepare to inspire future generations of vocal artists. All through a Master of Music Education with a choral concentration, at NGU.

Music Beside Experienced & Faithful Musicians

Seth Killen, D.M.A.
Associate Professor of Music
Darian K. Washington, D.M.A.
Associate Professor of Music
Michael Weaver, D.M.
Professor of Music
Fabio Parrini, M.M.
Professor of Music
Megan Scruggs Hollifield, M.A.
Instructor of Music
Angela Horn-Barrett
Associate Professor of Voice
W. Gary Rhoden Jr., M.A.
Instructor of Music Education
K. Brent Coppenbarger, D.M.A.
Professor of Music
J. David Cudd, Ed.D.
Associate Dean of the Cline School of Music
Christopher Davis, D.M.A.
Associate Professor of Music
Cheryl Greene, D.M.A.
Professor of Music
Stephen M. Griner, M.M.
Piano Instructor

A Choral-Centered Approach to Music Education

History of Music Education

Current Issues in Music Education

Analytical Techniques

Techniques of Research in Music and Music Education

Psychology of Music and Music Education

*After completing your core courses, choose 14 credit hours’ worth of elective courses, including:

Teaching the Developing Singer

Vocal Pedagogy and Health

Choral Arranging

Graduate Applied Voce

Music Technology for Educators

Graduate Conducting Techniques

AP Theory

And more (see catalog for full offerings)

Complete your degree with a teaching or research-based Thesis Project (requires approval from the Graduate Committee).