Undergraduate Degrees for Pianists
- Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance
- Bachelor of Music in Music Education
- Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy
- Bachelor of Music in Composition
- Bachelor of Arts in Music (w/Pre-Med, Pre-Law or other double major options)
- Music Minor
- Arts Management Minor
- Arts Entrepreneurship Minor
- Meadows Young Artist Program
Graduate Degrees for Pianists
The Master of Music in Performance degree prepares students to pursue a career in performance or to undertake further studies at the doctoral level. The MM in Piano Performance and Pedagogy prepares students to teach and perform or to undertake further studies at the doctoral level, positioning them to become college studio professors. The performance degree is completed in four semesters of study with a minimum of 30 credits required for graduation (36 credits required for Pedagogy). The Performer Diploma and Artist Diploma are two-year programs (20 credits) for musicians in their final stages of preparation for professional performance careers.
- Master of Music in Performance degree
- The Performer’s Diploma
- The Artist Diploma
- Complete the graduate application online
Scholarships and Financial Assistance
If undergraduate need-based financial aid is desired, the FAFSA and CSS Profile must be completed. All applicants are considered for academic and music scholarships. We will do our best to provide a financial aid package that makes an education in the Meadows School of the Arts affordable.
Graduate financial assistance is available through merit scholarships, graduate assistantships, and work-study positions. The FAFSA is required for work-study and graduate assistantships.
Applicants will interview with faculty via Zoom and will receive information on how to register for the interview. Applicants will submit an audition video without meeting faculty or participating in music audition days. Music Education, Music Therapy, or Music Composition applicants submitting a recorded audition will be emailed information about registering for an interview with faculty.