Our graduate music programs guide students to academic fulfillment through professional training and musicianship, while offering rigorous academics in a range of subjects.
Each of our music masters degrees nurtures students who wish to prepare for careers as professional performers, teachers, or church musicians. A music masters program provides graduates with greater career opportunities, higher earning prospects, and a breadth of knowledge that goes far deeper than any undergraduate program.
Each degree features a common core curriculum, equaling about 1/3 of the total hours, which encompasses the breadth of scope expected of any graduate degree in music: music theory, music history, and methods of research.
Designed to provide students with a broad range of musical coursework, without a specialization.
A research-based degree that culminates with a thesis.
Designed to further equip students to face of the needs of today’s Christian Church.
Designed for students who seek a professional, performance-based career as a conductor.
Created for students with exceptional skill in wind, string, or percussion who seek a career in professional performance.
Designed to prepare students for careers in piano instruction while also honing performance skills.
Designed to prepare students for careers as both professional vocalists and music educators.
This 100% fully-online degree was designed with the busy music educator in mind.