UCM offers a Master of Arts degree in music, with emphases in:
- History and Literature
- Music Education
- Piano Pedagogy
Including a Summer Master’s program involving three summers!
UCM Graduate Music Degree Results
At UCM, we commit our students to learning by doing. Your coursework and study with UCM professors will develop the following skills:
- Explain and interpret musicological context, analytical procedures, and musical literature in primary area of study.
- Design and produce research (analysis, interpretation, and reporting of data) within area of emphasis.
- Demonstrate at an advanced level a mastery of technique, musicality, and pedagogical approaches.
Graduate students in music may apply for assistantships in both the music department and in those areas of the university where assistantships do not require specialized knowledge. The student may request an application for an assistantship from the Graduate Office. Assistantships include both a fee waiver for graduate courses taken for credit and a stipend of $7500 for the academic year. Students who apply for an assistantship in music should make application by March 1 if they intend to begin graduate study the following August. Assistantships are announced by April 15 for the coming academic year.
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Last updated October 9, 2018