School of Music

School of Music - Graduate Program


  • Choral Conducting
  • Composition
  • Instrumental Conducting
  • Instrumental Performance
  • Jazz Studies
  • Music Education
  • Musicology
  • Piano Pedagogy
  • Piano Performance
  • Vocal Performance


  • Piano
  • Voice
  • Woodwinds
  • Brass
  • Percussion
  • Strings

Graduate Application Process

The School of Music requires the following application materials for admission to graduate programs:

Audition Information

MM and PBC Audition Requirements

Although we encourage all students to audition live on our campus we understand that scheduling and distance do not always allow for a campus visit. The School of Music accepts digital online auditions through ACCEPTD.

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Graduate Assistantships

Graduate assistantships provide students with a full tuition waiver and a monthly stipend in return for 13-20 hours per week of work. Detailed information can be found in the School of Music Graduate Student Handbook.

Graduate Assistantships Available for the 2019–2020 Academic Year include:

School of Music Graduate Student Handbook

Current and prospective graduate students can find detailed information regarding application procedures, program descriptions, degree requirements, advisory and comprehensive examinations, and graduate assistantships in the School of Music Graduate Student Handbook.

Contact Information

For general inquiries and questions related to applications, admission, and graduate assistantships, please contact Dr. Jeffrey Brown, Graduate Coordinator for the School of Music.