The Performance degree is designed to enhance individual musicianship, technique, and knowledge of a variety of musical styles, with the goal of preparing students for a career in the performing arts. Applicants may choose a principal performing area from conducting, all major instruments, or voice.
The performance degree allows the option of students to either give a recital or write a thesis as a culminating project. Students who may aspire to further academic training in music may elect to perform a recital and write a thesis for elective credit pending departmental approval.
Master of Arts in Music Performance (31 cr.)
And one of the following Graduate Music History Courses:
APMU, MUSC or MUHI prefix, 500 or above
* MUSC 575 may only be taken for a maximum of 2 elective credits.
** Flexibility is given to represent the requirements and priorities of the student and the major professor. If the recital option is chosen, Thesis could be selected as an elective subject with advisor approval.
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