One Passion—Many Ways to Study
The School of Music educates prospective teachers, performers, and composers in programs designed to develop persons of professional competence in the following degree areas.
- Composition (M.M.)
- Conducting (M.M.)
- Music Education (M.M., M.S.)
- Performance (M.M.)
- Suzuki Pedagogy and String Performance (M.M.)
Graduate Program Quick Facts
- The department offers six graduate programs that lead to the master's degree.
- Programs range from 30 to 36 credits of graduate study.
- A minimum combination of two consecutive terms of full-time study in residence is required for the master of music degrees in Performance and Conducting.
- The master of science or master of music degree in Music Education may be pursued on a part-time basis.
- The master of music degrees Suzuki Pedagogy and String Performance require two years in residence. and participation in the Suzuki Summer Institute in the summer between the first and second years of study.