2020-21 ACADEMIC YEAR
Woodwinds and Brass
- Wind Band
Music Education (PHD)
Music Theory and/or Composition
The Hugh A. Glauser School of Music offers graduate assistantships in applied music performance, conducting, ethnomusicology, music education, string quartet and theory. Appointments begin August of the academic year.
All graduate assistantships (Master’s and PHD) carry a stipend.
Ranges: $3,750-$10,000, depending on workload and degree level.
Master’s Students: 8 credits per semester
PHD Candidates: 9 credits per semester
Graduate assistantship duties are assigned as appropriate for the student’s area of study or expertise.
Workload: 10 hours (half-time) or 20 hours (full-time) per week.
Indicate your Graduate Assistantship interest on the Graduate Studies Application here.
Performance or Conducting Applicants
Audition on-campus (preferred).
Please indicate if you intend to do a “Live Audition” or if you wish to “Submit Recorded Audition” on the Graduate Studies Application.
Recorded Auditions can be submitted on the application by supplying URLs or by uploading video files (preferred) or audio files.
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, email@example.com
Music Education (PHD): Dr. Jay Dorfman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Theory (MA), Composition (MA) and Theory-Composition (PHD):
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
email@example.com | 330-672-9234