About the Program
The Master of Music degree is designed to meet the needs of professional performers, composers, and studio or school music teachers who wish to pursue the curriculum as a terminal professional program or to use it as a foundation for doctoral study. Areas of concentration are available in Winds/Brass/Strings/Percussion/Voice Performance, and Composition.
Prerequisite: A baccalaureate degree in music (or equivalent) from an accredited institution is required. Students who lack this prerequisite may correct deficiencies by passing appropriate courses that will not be applicable toward the advanced degree.
Seminar Requirements take the following courses, take 6 credits6 creditsTake Six credits from:MUSC501 - Seminar1 - 16 creditsMUSC501 - Seminar1 - 16 credits
Colloquia Requirements take 6 credits, take at least 2 courses6 creditsTake 6 hours from the following:MUSA514 - Studio Instruction1 creditMUSA522 - Orchestra1 creditHIST590 - Methods in History3 credits
Colloquia Requirements take 6 credits, take at least 2 courses6 creditsTake 6 Hours from the following:MUSA514 - Studio Instruction1 creditMUSA522 - Orchestra1 creditHIST590 - Methods in History3 credits
* Please note that you must meet with an advisor each semester in order to verify degree completion time as well as online course offerings for the program requirements.