Music Education Technology

Learn music education technology at Auburn University!

Auburn’s music education program offers several online graduate-level music education technology courses. Current graduate students can earn TI:ME (Technology In Music Education) Certification.  

If you are not an Auburn student, you can apply and take a course as a non-degree seeking student!


CTMU 7556* (or 7550) – Applications of Technology in Music Education (3 Credit Hrs)
TI:ME Level IA – Notation, Sequencing, Electronic Instruments, Funding

CTMU 7976* (or 7570) – Multimedia Research and Design (3 Credit Hrs)
TI:ME Level II  Advanced Multimedia Production


CTMU 7566* (or 7560) – Digital Media Production (3 Credit Hrs)
TI:ME Level IB
Recording, Video/Audio Media Production

(Tentative) CTMU 7976* (or 7970) – Web Design for Music Educators (3 Credit Hrs)
TI:ME Level II – Integrating Multimedia Curricula in Web Format for Learning


CTMU 7976* (or 7970) – Special Topics in Music Education Technology (1-6 Credit Hrs)
We offer special topics courses based on current trends in music education technology, multimedia development, and classroom integration.

* Course numbers with a “6” at the end are distance learning courses.

 To take our courses:
  1. Apply: Graduate School Website.
  2. Degree: Choose “Non-Degree College of Education”
  3. Pay: Application Fee
  4. Send transcripts from your highest degree earned to: The Graduate School, 106 Hargis Hall, Auburn University, AL 36849-5122. 
    Official electronic transcripts from domestic institutions may be sent to See the Graduate School’s Admission FAQs.
  5. Find your course(s), enroll, and pay the distance education course fee(s) in AU Access.
  6. We use Instructure’s Canvas to organize our courses.
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