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HU Online: Earn CEUs with Learning Paths

Start a new journey with our Learning Paths

Earn CEUs or graduate credits with our new online learning option

One of the new ways the BHS music education department has to deliver online content is through Learning Paths. Learning paths are incredibly powerful learning opportunities for various populations, as they offer the BHS the ability to curate a learning program or curriculum that incorporates a number of learning objects, such as courses, videos, articles, etc.

Learning Paths are designed specifically for music educators, graduate students, music teams, and other music professionals looking to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) or graduate credit*, or learners seeking to complete training hours.

Currently HU Online has two learning paths:

Rehearsal Techniques

A wealth of practical information that music educators need for running successful rehearsals, including courses on directing, performing, and singing.

History of Barbershop

Intended to serve as a background for music educators to be enriched by the intersection of barbershop with jazz, classical, and popular music.

Courses available December 2019:

Introduction to Barbershop | A starting point for music educators to become acquainted with the barbershop style.

Advanced Teaching Techniques | An expanded suite of teaching techniques for music educators that provides technical knowledge about physics, acoustics, anatomy, physiology, and the psychology of music and singing.

Courses Available Spring 2020

Barbershop Arranging | This learning path bundles together arranging classes so music educators can learn to customize arrangements for their school barbershop ensembles with hands-on training and direct feedback.

We know you’ll appreciate the knowledge and experience these Learning Paths bring, packaged in affordable bundles.

Happy learning!

*Note that CEUs and graduate credits are for US-based institutions only. We are in the process of developing partnerships with Canadian institutions.