Summer Music Psychology Class
 

Summer 2022

Summer 2022 Graduate Music Education Fellowships

Responsibilities: This fellowship provides financial support to students to pursue summer graduate studies without associated teaching or research responsibilities that typically are expected of assistantship recipients. These fellowships are merit-based to support highly qualified students wanting to begin graduate studies in music education.

Qualifications: Applicants must be newly accepted and admitted into the UNL Master of Music Degree with a specialization in Music Education for Summer 2022. Recipients must register for and complete a minimum of 6 credit hours of music education courses from among the UNL 2022 Summer Session offerings.

Remuneration: $1000.

Application and Deadline: Review of applications will begin May 1, 2022, and will be awarded based on merit and the date by which the degree application was completed. No separate fellowship application is required; all first-time applicants considered. To apply, complete your graduate application available at:

Why now?

Summer 2022 offers opportunities for growth through Professional Development that can be used towards completion of a Masters degree, renewal of certification, or improvement of teaching skills in the classroom or rehearsal halls.

When do classes start?

Our Professional Development opportunities begin with a Beginning Graduate Studies in Music Education class in the May PreSession and conclude with workshops in July. Most courses/workshops are available during the First Summer Session—June 6 – July 8, 2022

What classes do you offer?

Summer Sessions 2022 in the Glenn Korff School of Music offers a wide array of courses and workshops, some of which are available online. These on-line courses, plus in-person offerings in a Monday-through-Thursday-only, face-to-face schedule, should prove provocative educationally and user-friendly economically.

Course and Workshop
Descriptions

How much does it cost?

 

Per Credit Hour Tuition for Students Enrolled in Online (asynchronous) Courses Only*

Per Credit Hour Tuition for Students Enrolled in In Person/Web Conferencing (sychronous) Courses*

Resident

$357*

$341*

Non-Resident

$676*

$996*

*Does not include fees. Orff I & II = $525. All students who register for college credit are assessed requisite fees, if applicable, e.g., University Program/Facilities fees, Online fees, Clinician fees, in addition to the tuition.