Aug 05, 2021  
Ohio University Graduate Catalog 2017-19 
    
Ohio University Graduate Catalog 2017-19 [Archived Catalog]

Music Performance Certificate


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Certificate Name and Number: Music Performance - ND5181, CTMUSG

Department/Unit: College of Fine Arts

Delivery Mode: Athens Campus

Terms of Entry: [Fall | Spring]

Certificate Overview: The graduate certificate program is a full-time, 20 credit hour graduate level curriculum. The Performance Certificate is designed for students who wish to focus on an applied curriculum in order to enhance their performance skills. Because it is a non-degree program, students may not concurrently pursue the Master of Music degree. The program requires fewer credit hours and academic courses compared with the Master of Music degree curriculum and offers more flexibility in course selection–which is determined in consultation with the major advisor. Applicants must have an acceptable baccalaureate degree, although exceptions may be considered in cases where applicants can document that they have the equivalent in professional performing experience and meet School of Music academic and performance standards.

Opportunities upon Completion: The graduate certificate program is a full-time, 20 credit hour graduate level curriculum. The Performance Certificate is designed for students who wish to focus on an applied curriculum in order to enhance their performance skills.

Graduation Requirements: 

Culminating Experience: This program culminates with a faculty directed performance related project and a recital.

Admission Requirements: Auditions demonstrating graduate-level performance proficiency are required. The 20 credit hour program is designed to be completed in two to four semesters of full time enrollment. Applicants must have an earned baccalaureate degree although exceptions may be considered in cases where applicants can document that they have the equivalent in professional performing experience and meet the School of Music academic standards. Students pursue the performance certificate in a non-degree status and may not simultaneously work toward a Master of Music degree.

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