MU 510 - Foundations of Music Education

  • 3 credits

Cultural, philosophical, psychological, and historical applications of music education.

This course can be applied towards:


Bonnie Jacobi
Bonnie Jacobi

Dr. Jacobi is assistant professor of Music Education at Colorado State University. For more than twenty years, she has taught music to children throughout Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Texas. She has directed eleven high profile children’s choirs and in 2008 founded the Meadows Community Youth Chorus in Dallas for elementary-aged children without school music programs. Dr. Jacobi holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Music Education from the University of Houston, a Master of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Bachelor of Arts in Music from Mount Holyoke College. She earned her Kodály Certification from Indiana University and McNeese State University and holds training from Carnegie-Mellon University’s International Dalcroze Institute, The Juilliard School’s Abramson-Dalcroze Institute, and the TCU/Van Cliburn Piano Institute in Fort Worth, Texas. Prior to her arrival at CSU, Dr. Jacobi taught on the faculties of Southern Methodist University and the University of Houston.