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The Teacher Education Programs at Five Towns College are CAEP/NCATE Accredited.

 

 

 

MUS.B. Music Education

 

The Music Education Program is designed for students interested in a career as a teacher of music in a public or private school (K-12). The program leads to New York State Certification and provides professional training and a student teaching experience in a public school district under the supervision of the Music Education Director Music Education majors are required to maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Vocalists who are accepted into the Music Education Program will be reclassified as piano majors and must meet the Recital and Qualifying Examination requirements for piano majors.

 

Consumer Information

 

Assumptions Underlying the Data Presented in This Table:

  1. The Student is a first-time entering college student

  2. The student is enrolled full-time at the college.

  3. The student is continually enrolled at the college.

  4. The student is not employed full-time or substantially part-time.

  5. The student passes all required courses.

  6. The student registers for all courses in the recommended sequence.

  7. The student satisfies all graduation criteria in a timely manner.

  8. The student has no circumstances that adversely affect her/his academic progress.

  9. One or more courses completed during a summer session are counted as a semester

  10. Expected Room and Board charges assume a stay of no more than 2 years recommended for the Residence Halls.

  11. Expected Tuition and Fee charges are based on completion of the degree program in the catalog’s posted number of semesters.

  12. Expected Book and Supply charges are based upon retail prices and do not include possible shipping and handling charges.

  13. Placement Rates are based upon the 2011 graduates in the year of their graduation.  Placement rates by degree program are undergoing further analysis.

 

Degree Program: MUS. B. Music Education

 

CIP Code: 13.1312

 

HEGIS Code: 0832

 

 

 

Type of Consumer Information

The College Data

1

Graduates for the Following Years:

2010-2012

2

Total Number of Graduates:

31

3

Number of Credits Required To Complete Program:

134

4

Expected Number of Semesters To Complete Program:

8

5

Expected Number of Years To Complete Program:

4

6

Median Actual Number of Semesters to Complete Program:

***

7

Median Actual Number of Years to Complete Program:

***

8

Percentage of On-Time Completers:

***

9

Expected Tuition and Fee Charges:

$75,200

10

Median Actual Tuition and Fee Charges:

***

11

Expected Book and Supply Charges:

$2,500

12

Typical Book and Supply Costs:

$2,289

13

Expected Room and Board Charges:

$25,000

14

Median Actual Room and Board Charges:

***

15

Median Actual Federal Loan Debt of Graduates:

0

16

Median Actual Private Loan Debt of Graduates:

0

17

Job Placement of Graduates

***

18

SOC Codes Possibly Appropriate for Graduates:

 

 

25-1191 Graduate Teaching Assistants

 

 

25-1194 Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary

 

 

25-2010 Preschool and Kindergarten Teachers

 

 

25-2011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education

 

 

25-2012 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education

 

 

25-2020 Elementary and Middle School Teachers

 

 

25-2021 Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education

 

 

25-2022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education

 

 

25-2023 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Middle School

 

 

25-2030 Secondary School Teachers

 

 

25-2031 Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Career/Technical Education

 

 

25-2032 Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School

 

 

25-3999 Teachers and Instructors, All Others

 

 

25-9031 Instructional Coordinators

 

 

25-9041 Teacher Assistants

 

 

 

*Expected” refers to the posted catalog or website charges for a student following the expected sequence of courses and expected number of semesters to complete the degree program.
** The "Median" is the midpoint when the data are ranked from the lowest number of years or dollar to the highest number of years or dollars.
*** This program does not meet the minimum number of recent graduates required by the U.S. Department of Education for reporting actual data.

 

M.M. Music Education

 

 

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The graduate program in Music Education requires satisfactory completion of 36 credits of approved graduate courses including a research project and 25 hours of field experience. It is designed for those individuals who have Provisional/Initial Certification and wish to attain
Professional Certification to teach grades K-12. Twenty-four
(24) of these credits must be completed in residence in order to be eligible for the master's degree. The program provides qualified students the opportunity to advance their study and research in music education and earn a Master of Music degree (M.M.). All requirements must be completed within five years of the date of matriculation.

 

ADMISSION STANDARDS

All applicants for admission are required to have Provisional/Initial Certification and demonstrate by audition significant musical skills and a commitment to the advancement of their personal and professional accomplishments. Completion of an undergraduate major in music education with at least 36 credits of applied music courses and a 2.75 overall G.P.A. are required for admission.
Students in the graduate program in Music Education take
18 credits of music education courses, 12 credits of music core courses, and 6 elective credits to complete the 36- credit requirement for the Master of Music degree.

 

Graduation Requirements

1. Satisfactory completion of thirty-six (36) credits of course work that are designed to have the student acquire knowledge, expertise, and research skills in the field;
2. 25 hours of field experience;
3. A minimum of 24 credits at the College;
4. A minimum Grade Point Average of 3.0; and
5. A research project approved by the Graduate Advisor.
Candidates for the master's degree must complete all requirements within five years of the date of matriculation. If continuous matriculation has not been maintained, a reevaluation of credentials will be required.

 

 

 

Consumer Information

 

Assumptions Underlying the Data Presented in This Table:

  1. The Student is a first-time entering college student

  2. The student is enrolled full-time at the college.

  3. The student is continually enrolled at the college.

  4. The student is not employed full-time or substantially part-time.

  5. The student passes all required courses.

  6. The student registers for all courses in the recommended sequence.

  7. The student satisfies all graduation criteria in a timely manner.

  8. The student has no circumstances that adversely affect her/his academic progress.

  9. One or more courses completed during a summer session are counted as a semester

  10. Expected Room and Board charges assume a stay of no more than 2 years recommended for the Residence Halls.

  11. Expected Tuition and Fee charges are based on completion of the degree program in the catalog’s posted number of semesters.

  12. Expected Book and Supply charges are based upon retail prices and do not include possible shipping and handling charges.

  13. Placement Rates are based upon the 2011 graduates in the year of their graduation.  Placement rates by degree program are undergoing further analysis.

Degree Program: M.M. Music Education

 

CIP Code: 13.1312

 

HEGIS Code: 0832

 

 

 

Type of Consumer Information

The College Data

1

Graduates for the Following Years:

2010-2012

2

Total Number of Graduates:

38

3

Number of Credits Required To Complete Program:

36

4

Expected Number of Semesters To Complete Program:

4

5

Expected Number of Years To Complete Program:

2

6

Median Actual Number of Semesters to Complete Program:

4

7

Median Actual Number of Years to Complete Program:

2

8

Percentage of On-Time Completers:

58%

9

Expected Tuition and Fee Charges:

$26,400

10

Median Actual Tuition and Fee Charges:

$21,150

11

Expected Book and Supply Charges:

$652

12

Typical Book and Supply Costs:

$666

13

Expected Room and Board Charges:

0

14

Median Actual Room and Board Charges:

0

15

Median Actual Federal Loan Debt of Graduates:

0

16

Median Actual Private Loan Debt of Graduates:

0

17

Job Placement of Graduates

80%+

18

SOC Codes Possibly Appropriate for Graduates:

 

 

25-1120 Arts, Communications, and Humanities Teachers, Postsecondary

 

 

25-1121 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers, Postsecondary

 

 

25-3090 Miscellaneous Teachers and Instructors

 

 

25-3099 Teachers and Instructors, All Other

 

 

27-1010 Artists and Related Workers

 

 

27-1019 Artists and Related Workers, All Other

 

 

27-2040 Musicians, Singers, and Related Workers

 

 

27-2041 Music Directors and Composers

 

 

27-2042 Musicians and Singers

 

 

27-2099 Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers, All Other

 

 

27-2090 Miscellaneous Entertainers and Performers, Sports and Related Workers

 

 

*Expected” refers to the posted catalog or website charges for a student following the expected sequence of courses and expected number of semesters to complete the degree program.
** The "Median" is the midpoint when the data are ranked from the lowest number of years or dollar to the highest number of years or dollars.