Apr 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog

Music, M.Mu.


Return to: 10400 School of Music  

Additional School of Music Master of Music Application Requirements:

  1. Applicants must have either a undergraduate degree or concentration in music, or the equivalent.
  2. Applicants are required to submit a School of Music application at https://app.getacceptd.com/gsu.
  3. Applicants must submit a resume/curriculum vitae within the online Acceptd application, plus any other materials required by the concentration (see below).
  4. Applicants in some programs must audition and/or submit a portfolio (see below). Auditions should be arranged through the School of Music application platform, Acceptd, in accordance with the schedule available from the School of Music. To view specific application and audition requirements, navigate to https://app.getacceptd.com/gsu, select “Start an Application,” and complete the fields for the performance concentration of choice.
  5. Applicants are required to take a placement examination in music theory before registering for coursework. Those applicants whose examination scores reveal deficiencies will be required to take appropriate additional coursework, which will not be applied to the graduate degree.

Degree Requirements


Students must achieve a B- or better in all required courses for the Master of Music degree for courses to count for degree completion.

Applied Music Levels


Applied music at the 6000 (1 credit) and 8000 (3 credits) levels are available for students who have been admitted to a degree program in the School of Music in Full or Special Graduate Status. Applied music levels carrying one or three hours of credit are assigned to individuals by the School of Music, and lessons are arranged by the student and the assigned instructor. Students should consult the School of Music office for the appropriate course and computer number. The 6000 level is generally for secondary study or for students in programs that do not require applied music lessons. The 8000 level is for a one-hour lesson in performance, jazz and pedagogy programs. There is an applied music fee of $350 per semester for a one-hour lesson and $200 per semester for a half-hour lesson.