Conservatory of Music:
percussion 

Artist Diploma in Percussion (Post-Master’s)

To earn the two-year Artist Diploma in percussion, students must meet the following conservatory requirements (18 credits for the one-year program; 36 credits for the two-year program):

First Year: 18 credits
 
Fall: 9 credits
MPE 5220/Private Study: Percussion 3 credits
MPE 5140/Chamber Music 2 credits
MPE 5201/Symphony Orchestra 2 credits
Graduate music elective 2 credits
 
Spring: 9 credits
MPE 5220/Private Study: Percussion 3 credits
MPE 5140/Chamber Music 2 credits
MPE 5201/Symphony Orchestra 2 credits
MUS 5455/Topics in Professional Development 1 credit
MPE 5995/Artist Diploma Recital 1 credit
 
Second Year: 18 credits
 
Fall: 9 credits
MPE 5220/Private Study: Percussion 3 credits
MPE 5201/Symphony Orchestra 2 credits
MPE 5560/Contemporary Ensemble or
    MPE 5565/Purchase New Music
 
2 credits
Graduate music elective 2 credits
 
Spring: 9 credits
MPE 5220/Private Study: Percussion 3 credits
MPE 5140/Chamber Music 2 credits
MPE 5201/Symphony Orchestra 2 credits
MUS 5455/Topics in Professional Development 1 credit
MPE 5994/Performers Certificate Recital 1 credit

Updated April 20, 2016


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