Learn more about the Graduate Assistantships offered by the Glauser School of Music
We offer graduate assistantships in applied music performance, conducting, ethnomusicology, music education, string quartet and theory. Appointments begin August of the academic year.
STIPEND, TUITION WAIVER AND APPOINTMENT DETAILS
- All graduate assistantships (Master’s and Ph.D.) carry a stipend.
- Ranges: $7,500-$10,000, depending on workload and degree level.
- Master’s Students: 9 credits per semester
- Ph.D. Students: 9 credits per semester
- Graduate assistantship duties are assigned as appropriate for the student’s area of study or expertise.
- Workload: All assistantships are full-time, requiring 20 hours of work per week.
TO BE CONSIDERED
Indicate your Graduate Assistantship interest on the Graduate Studies Application.
Performance or Conducting Applicants
2. Audition Options
- Virtual Audition
- Select "I wish to submit a recorded audition."
- Follow the instructions for completing your recorded audition, making sure to follow the repertoire requirements for your performance medium (voice/instrument).
- In-person (preferred):
- Select from the dates listed.
- Select "I am unable to attend a date listed above but wish to do an in-person audition. I will contact the School to set-up a separate date."
Click here to review your audition requirements.
Ethnomusicology, Music Education, Theory and Composition
Please arrange for an interview with faculty in your area of study.
- Ethnomusicology: Dr. Andrew Shahriari, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Music Education (Ph.D.): Dr. Jay Dorfman, email@example.com
- Theory (M.A.), Composition (M.A.) and Theory-Composition (Ph.D.):
Priority Assistantship Consideration | March 1
For full consideration, application materials must be received and the audition/interview completed by March 1. However, we encourage students to complete their application and audition as early as possible.
Coordinator of Graduate Studies
firstname.lastname@example.org | 330-672-2830