Piano Pedagogy MM
Expand your skills and insights as both a piano player and a teacher with the Master of Music in Piano Pedagogy from Temple’s Boyer College of Music and Dance. This 30-credit, graduate-level degree program prepares piano players with an interest in teaching for careers instructing children and adults in music at the elementary level of skill, as well as pupils at the intermediate and early-advanced stages.
Housed within the Department of Keyboard Studies, the Piano Pedagogy MM program offers weekly private piano lessons, regular performance lessons and master classes taught by various faculty members and guest artists.
Classes & Curriculum
While private lessons and ensemble participation are required each term, a major focus of the curriculum is the study and practice of teaching piano.
Required courses you will take during your studies include
- Classical Keyboard Performance Practice,
- Class Piano Pedagogy,
- Piano Pedagogy I and
- Research in Music.