Cottey College Partners With Central Methodist University to Establish Pipeline Program for Aspiring Music Teachers

Cottey Collegea women’s college in Nevada, Missouri, has partnered with Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri, to create a clear pathway for aspiring music teachers to earn their credentials.

Through this new agreement, students who earn an associate’s degree in music from Cottey College will be able to enroll in the bachelor of music education program at Central Methodist University without leaving the Cottey campus. Participating students can choose to remain at Cottey and study from the CMU’s College of Graduate and Extended Studies or seamlessly transfer to Central Methodist’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

“Cottey offers a number of excellent bachelor’s degree programs. When we have an outstanding program, such as music, that does not yet offer a B.A. on our campus, we look for educational partners, such as Central Methodist University, with whom we can collaborate to create a baccalaureate that meets the needs of our students,” said Dr. Jann Weitzel, president of Cottey College. “We are extremely pleased that CMU has become an educational partner with us.”

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