With the new year here, we all talk about making changes to our lifestyles — making your bread all from scratch, finally organizing the garage, sewing your own clothes, training for a marathon or writing that book. But when it comes to buckling down and accomplishing these goals, we often don’t.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to earn a master’s degree in music education, but you’re not sure how that could fit into your busy life. Taking a year or two off of your job is simply not a financial option and night classes just wouldn’t work for you long term.
But could you manage to give up two weeks of work during the summer?
At Silver Lake College, you can get your master’s degree in music education by putting in just two weeks of coursework for four summers.