The Music Education program at The Catholic University of America is pleased to announce that we have 100% placement for our graduated students! Our students secure music teaching positions in the Washington, D.C., area and across the United States.


New Music Education Handbook

Students: Check out our new Music Education Handbook!


For Current Students: 

 
As of February 3, 2017, OSSE will again accept Praxis I exams (PPST/CBT), ACT, SAT, or GRE scores as an acceptable substitution for the Reading and Math Basic Skills tests. However, these exams are not accepted for the Writing requirement.

The OSSE guidelines as of February 2017 are available here. 

From August 2016 until February 2017, DC had stopped accepting SAT/ACT/GRE scores as a partial substitute for Praxis I core.  These more recent guidelines mitigate that particular problem. Even if your SAT/ACT/GRE etc scores are high enough, they can only exempt you from the Praxis *Math* and *Reading* Tests, and you will still need to take the Praxis Core WRITING test. Music educators  will l need to take Praxis II Music (Content Knowledge) and at least one Praxis Principles of Learning and Teaching test to earn a teaching license from DC. 

Click here for a listing of teachers and schools in the area who are available for field observations in the 2016-2017 school year!