Music: Conducting (M.A.)
The master of arts in conducting option offers the opportunity for in-depth study of either instrumental or choral conducting. The program is intended for those who wish to improve their skills and knowledge for use in the school classroom or to prepare for doctoral programs in conducting.
Completion of the program requires a conducting recital and/or significant performances with one of the major university ensembles. A comprehensive oral examination will include discussion of the recital music, appropriate score identification, and questions focused on music history, theory, or education, to be determined in consultation with the members of the candidate's oral examination committee.
All of the Master of Arts in Music options require 30 credit hours as well as a final project for completion of the degree.
|MUSI 831||Advanced Instrumental Conducting (3 semesters of either)||6|
|or MUSI 832||Advanced Choral Conducting|
|MUED 983||Instrumental Literature and Its Performance||3|
|or MUED 995||Special Projects|
|MUSI 991||Research Seminar (conducting recital)||3|
|Supportive Courses in Music|
|MUSI 955||Introduction to Bibliography||3|
|MUSI 994||Theory Seminar||3|
|MUSI 959||Musicology Seminar||3|
|Select nine credits of the following:||9|
|Marching Band Methods|
|Instrumental Music Methods|
|Foundations and Perspectives of Music Education|
Concentration and Supportive Courses are required; other electives are possible.