Music Education

Georgia College & State University
United States
Master's Degree
Study mode
2 years
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Entry Requirements


  • Hold a baccalaureate degree in music education from an accredited institution and present evidence of probable success in graduate work. Other bachelor degrees in music can be considered on an individual basis but additional coursework may be required.
  • Interview with the Graduate Coordinator
  • Audition for placement in the appropriate applied instruction (only if applied study is requested as an elective).
  • Resume/Curriculum Vita: A brief account of your education, experience (administrative, teaching, teaching-related, include any experience working with children), other work experience, activities/skills, etc.
  • One official copy of all transcripts from undergraduate and graduate institutions should be submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office at the time of application or at least eight weeks prior to the start of classes.
  • 500 Word Applicant Statement: This statement should include your objectives and frank observations of your professional and personal strengths and weaknesses, and any significant professional experiences or honors, and any other information you think important.
  • Test Scores: All master's applicants must submit results of the GACE II scores with passing grades as required by the state of Georgia. Xerox copies of GACE score results are acceptable and should be included with application packet. Students may submit official GRE General Test scores in lieu of GACE II. If you have not taken either of these at the time of application, please have the scores forwarded to Georgia College (School Code 5252). An acceptance letter and/or assistantship offer will not be sent without GACE II or official GRE General Test scores.
  • Three letters of recommendation from persons outside the university who have knowledge of the candidate's ability to work with children and adolescents and/or potential as a graduate student (forms will be provided by Graduate Admissions). The forms should be submitted to the Graduate Admissions Office (forms may be mailed or faxed).
  • International Applicants: Applicants from non-English speaking countries are required to submit a TOEFL score.
  • Graduate Assistantships: (Full tuition and a 9-month stipend) are available. These assistantships are based on talent and merit, not financial need. The final recommendation for an assistantship is made by the music education faculty.

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