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The University of Delaware’s vibrant music community provides a challenging and supportive environment emphasizing musical growth, entrepreneurship, innovation, and scholastic rigor. Through study with our distinguished faculty, graduate students in the School of Music acquire the necessary skills for success in their chosen career path. Our graduate students excel in the highly competitive field of music and have been successful in attaining important positions within the profession.
The University of Delaware offers the Master of Music degree with concentrations in Performance (instrumental and vocal), Conducting, Teaching, and Composition.
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The Master of Music in Teaching is offered with specializations in choral, general and instrumental music. Along with course requirements, candidates for the Master of Music in Teaching will complete a thesis or professional development project and a public presentation of their scholarly work. Students choosing the professional development project option must also pass an oral examination. Please see the Graduate Course Catalog for further information.
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The Master of Music in Performance is offered for all orchestral instruments, piano and voice. Along with course requirements, candidates for the Master of Music in Performance must present a public recital and pass an oral examination. Please see the Graduate Course Catalog for further information.
The Master of Music in Composition focuses on advanced private study in composition, along with other course requirements. Composition students must also pass an oral examination. Please see the Graduate Course Catalog for further information.
The Master of Music in Conducting is offered in orchestral conducting, wind band conducting and choral conducting concentrations. Coursework includes advanced private study in conducting with podium time in front of large ensembles in the School. Candidates for the MM in Conducting must present a recital and pass an oral examination. Please see the Graduate Course Catalog for further information.
All students who apply by the January 15 deadline are automatically considered for funding.
The School of Music offers competitive Graduate Assistantships, Teaching Assistantships and Tuition Scholarships to qualified full-time graduate students.
Visit the UD Course Catalog for current information