Summer

Summer Music Psychology Class
 

Summer 2018

Why now?

Summer 2018 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 4 – July 6, 2018

What classes do you offer?

Summer Sessions 2018 in the Glenn Korff School of Music offers a wide array of courses and workshops, some of which are available online. Our blended instruction format for all courses 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/Distance Ed” Courses Only*

Per Credit Hour Tuition for Students Enrolled in “In Person/On Campus” Courses Only*

Resident

$346*

$313*

Non-Resident

$609*

$897*

*Does not include fees. Orff I & III workshops = $500, of which $50 is an advanced deposit due 7/1/18. There will be no clinician fees for workshops taken for credit that are taught solely by UNL faculty.  All students who register for college credit are assessed University Program Facilities and Technology fees in addition to the tuition and clinician fees.

Summer Graduate Teaching Assistantships in Music Available

Responsibilities: Duties include, but are not limited to, 10 hours per week for 5 weeks assisting with summer courses, computer labs, library research, and/or workshops.

Qualifications: Applicants must be accepted into a music graduate program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and must be registered for classes in the summer session. Preference will be given to Master of Music Option II (music education) degree students or PhD music education students who are working toward degree requirements by attending Summer Sessions.

Stipend: Remuneration includes a salary of approximately $700.

New applicants will apply within the G.A.M.E.S. (Graduate application) system.

For returning students please fill out our GTA Application.

Returning Student GTA Application