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Graduate Programs Offered:
Objectives of the Graduate Programs in Music
The graduate programs in Music are committed to the development of innovative, creative and technologically savvy professional musicians. The specific objectives of the various degree programs are listed under the individual program descriptions.
General Requirements for Admission
Applicants for admission to the Master of Music degree program must possess a bachelor's degree or its equivalent with a major in music. Those holding degrees in other disciplines will be expected to take prerequisite undergraduate courses for no graduate credit to bring their skills to a level commensurate with that attained by an undergraduate music major in the area of the application. Some prerequisites may be waived at the discretion of the Department of Music through distinguished results on placement examinations and/or professional experiences and achievement.
All applicants are expected to present an undergraduate record of sufficient quality to assure a reasonable expectation of successful graduate achievement. Candidates for admission must submit the required Graduate School application forms, GRE scores, and official transcripts of previous post-secondary education. Applicants for admission to the Master of Music in Sound Recording Technology must also provide a production portfolio demonstrating technical and artistic capabilities indicative of graduate level work. Applicants for admission to the Master of Music Education and the Master of Music in Music Education (Research/Theses option) must have passed the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) test in Music within the last five years and must submit the results of this test. Each program requires additional materials or examinations which must be completed or filed by the applicant. Please review the materials for information on individual programs.
Successful candidates for admission will be assigned a faculty advisor and notified of registration dates and other pertinent information.
General Program Requirements
All Master of Music programs require a minimum of 30 credits. Each program has a required capstone component. Depending on the program, this will be apprentice teaching, a thesis, a recording project, a research project, or an internship. Specific requirements are listed under the individual program descriptions.