2021-22 Advising Information
This website hosts this information for the sake of convenience only. Students should always consult websites at Etown for the most up-to-date information on registration and course offerings.
Course Listings: Go here - search by school for SGPS
Self-registration information (all students must self-register). Please consult with the program director, Dr. Kevin Shorner-Johnson for advising information.
Master of Music Education in the College Catalog
The registrar for the Master of Music Education program is Ms. Katharine Daniels. Go HERE to find contact information. This is who I would speak to, to find out questions about registration or awarding of transfer credit.
Elective Offerings (students complete two electives in the Masters program)
Proposed Electives that count for the MME program (choose 2 out of the list below):
* MCI 530 Building Social and Community Capacity; and,
* MCI 550 Social-Emotional Learning
* TIC 500 Foundations of Trauma
* TIC 510 Sustaining Trauma-Sensitive Systems
* TIC 520 The Impact of Trauma on Brain Architecture and Child Development
* ASC 500 Autism Across the Lifespan
* ASC 510 Interoception Assessment and Intervention
Upcoming Course Offerings (The below gives you an indication of how these elective courses rotate).
Master of Curriculum and Instruction in Peace Education
The following MCI courses (Master of Curriculum and Instruction in Peace Education) will be offered next year:
Spring 2021 – No courses offered
Summer 2021 – MCI 520 and 525
Fall 2021– MCI 530 and 535
Spring 2022 – MCI 550 and 590
Autistic Support Options
Spring 2021 - ASC 510 Interoception Assessment Intervention
Summer 2021 - ASC 530 Developing Responsive Programs for Autistic Community
Fall 2021 - ASC 500 - Autism Across the Lifespan
Spring 2022 - ASC 520 Lifestyle modification with Autism
Trauma-Informed Practice Certificate
Spring 2021 - TIC 520 The impact of Trauma on Brain Architecture and Child Development
Fall 2021 - TIC 510 Sustaining Trauma-Sensitive Systems
Spring 2022 - TIC 530 Trauma-Informed Practice