This course is closed to further registration.
Students may register for this course when they have designed, and intend to complete, a guided internship. The design and guidance for the project completion will be supervised by the MIE department chair and MIE coordinator. The implementation process may be completed at any time before graduation. Of particular importance to the success of the internship, and its possible application to state licensure, is the range and quality of documentation of the internship activities as specified in the internship plan. Guided Internships may draw on many topics such as studio instruction, pre-school education, vocal & general music instruction, student improvisation & composition in schools, music integration in schools, music for special needs students, orchestral & wind ensemble conducting, music literacy instruction, conducting improvisation ensembles, opera performance & creating opera residencies, arranging & composing for school ensembles, arts learning organization & administration internships. Internships are also available at the CMIE Research Center and the MIE National Consortium.
If you have any questions regarding this class please contact the NEC Continuing Education office at (617)585-1701.