Semester unit costs of $60 per unit must be paid no later than August 1, 2010. (Enrollment and payment will be accepted on Registration Day.) Proof of employment (photocopy of current faculty ID, website
listing school faculty, etc.) must also be provided.
Please follow the normal procedure for enrolling in the Jazz
Residency or Jazz Residency (Auditor) program. In addition, please
this form (Adobe PDF) and submit it following the instructions
on the form. The processing of your actual USD enrollment will
place when you arrive at Jazz Residency.
For questions about the Jazz Residency or other Stanford Jazz
Workshop programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone
For questions about the University of San Diego units, please contact
Allan Varni at email@example.com or by phone at 650.948.6545.
Teaching Instrumental Jazz (1 unit)
In addition to the regular Jazz Residency curriculum, educators may
choose to enroll in an additional class that examines the teaching
of instrumental jazz. Geared towards educators who are new to teaching
jazz or are looking for fresh ideas, this course will be particularly
useful to those looking to start or improve a jazz combo program,
or to enhance the improvisational component of a big band program.
Topics will include improvisation, rhythm section concepts, comping,
organizing rehearsal time, and the development of repertoire and
teaching materials. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*USD Continuing Education graduate level classes are designed for
the professional growth of practicing teachers. While credit can
be used for salary advancement, teachers are advised to gain prior
approval from the appropriate division within their own school district.
The University of San Diego operates on the semester system and
credit is awarded in semester units with each unit indicating
fifteen hours of classroom time. (Most school districts accept
EDU 500-599 series courses as credit for Professional Development