This degree provides training to highly advanced instrumentalists and vocalists, focusing on the study and performance of solo repertoire as well as chamber music, orchestral, wind ensemble, jazz, contemporary, choral, and/or opera repertoire. The program includes study in music theory and musicology as well as elective courses in areas such as diction, pedagogy, and literature for specific instruments and voice.

Grandfather

MU 518Analytic Techniques II3
MU 630Methods of Music Research3
MU 671Graduate Recital1
Select 12 credits from the following: 1,212
Applied Music Instruction: Euphonium
Applied Music Instruction: French Horn
Applied Music Instruction: Trombone
Applied Music Instruction: Trumpet
Applied Music Instruction: Tuba
Applied Music Instruction: Harpsichord
Applied Music Instruction: Organ
Applied Music Instruction: Piano
Applied Music Instruction: Percussion
Applied Music Instruction: Guitar
Applied Music Instruction: Harp
Applied Music Instruction: String Bass
Applied Music Instruction: Viola
Applied Music Instruction: Violin
Applied Music Instruction: Violoncello
Applied Music Instruction: Voice
Applied Music Instruction: Bassoon
Applied Music Instruction: Clarinet
Applied Music Instruction: Flute
Applied Music Instruction: Oboe
Applied Music Instruction: Saxophone (Alto)
MU 696IGroup Study: Performance2
MU ***Music History 13
MU ***Music Literature 1,32
Electives 16
Program Total Credits:32

 A minimum of 32 credits are required to complete this program.