University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Music MM - String Pedagogy


Concentration in String Pedagogy
A masters in String Pedagogy is designed to prepare students to enter the teaching profession with a private studio or to prepare for a terminal degree (doctorate) and ultimately a career in higher education.

What makes our pedagogy program unique is the combination of top level performance teachers and the hands-on teaching opportunities with students of all levels provided by the String Academy of Wisconsin at UWM. The faculty of the String Academy are specially trained in and dedicated to the education of young people.

Curriculum focuses on current methods such as Suzuki and Rolland, and organization teaching of instrumental technique and repertoire. Minimum degree requirement is 34 graduate credits, all of which must be in specified music areas.

For further information:
Darcy Drexler, director String Academy of Wisconsin
(414)-963-4729

Information on Credits and Courses, Recital and Lecture Demonstration, Comprehensive Examination, Ensemble Participation, and Time Limit