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Both Honors and Merit
Private Study Programs consist of weekly private lessons on a student’s primary
instrument, plus concurrent enrollment in an approved school ensemble.
private lessons and ensemble participation can count as elective credits
toward a student’s degree program. Merit and Honors students must attend Ensemble Auditions for placement in a school ensemble.
opportunity to take private lessons for academic credit is not open to
beginners, but is intended for those who wish to continue previous
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Private music instruction is available to non-music majors on a space-dependent basis and by audition through the Merit or Honors Private Study Programs.
Freshmen in the Honors Program are
eligible for Honors Private Study in their first fall and spring semesters.
Beyond the first year of study, Honors students may continue their private
music instruction through the Merit Private Study Program or through an applied
music minor. The Honors Program will send out more information about Honors
Private Study during New Student Orientation.
To schedule an audition fo Merit Private Study, please email the School of Music.
Students who are not eligible for
Honors or Merit private study may still register for music classes (for additional
fees) through the University of Delaware’s Community Music School (CMS). Lessons
through CMS do not provide any academic credit.