Boston University Online Master in Music Education
855 Commonwealth Avenue  
Boston,  MA,  02215
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Become part of the tradition of Boston University’s prestigious School of Music.

Students who pursue their Master of Music in Music Education online at Boston University can realize important and valuable career goals. Boston University's online music education students receive the benefit of a time-honored music education program and a proven curriculum.

Most students earn their degree via part-time online study in approximately 17-20 months.

Tuition and fees associated with the online master’s program include:
•    $592 per credit hour* – most courses are four credit hours
•    $70 one-time non-refundable application fee
•    $40 registration fee per term
•    $50 technology fee per credit hour

A master's degree in music education from Boston University signifies quality. And earning a master's degree online from Boston University is even more significant because of the convenience and flexibility it affords our students.

Boston University Enrollment Advisors are available to answer your questions about the online music education degree program. If you would like to learn more, simply fill out the Request Information section.

*Tuition subject to change; based on the 2009-2010 academic year.

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