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Courses and credentials

The following ASU School of Music courses and credentials allow individuals to explore how music can build mutually beneficial relationships with the community. We offer several continuing education courses through the Summer Music Institute. We also offer a multi-level community engagement credential titled Engaging with Music. The credential consists of courses and experiences coordinated through the School of Music and the Design and Arts Corps, an initiative of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.

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MUE 101 - ASU School of Music Experience: Introduces all new first-time ASU students to the unique elements, culture, challenges and opportunities of their university, the School of Music and the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. Covers the music education and music therapy programs in the School of Music. Register here.

MUP 101 - ASU School of Music Experience: Orientation to university and School of Music resources and procedures as well as career planning and guidance. Through various course discussions and assignments, music students examine the concept of academic integrity and its potential impact on their future and learn about taking an interdisciplinary perspective. Required for all music majors. Register here.

MUE 598 - Topic: Cultural Diversity in Music Education: Topical courses not offered in regular course rotation--e.g., new courses not in the catalog, courses by visiting faculty, courses on timely topics, highly specialized courses responding to unique student demand. Register here.