Graduate Assistantships Available

Orchestra performing on the stage at Slee Hall.

The Department of Music is pleased to announce the availability of Graduate Assistantships in Music for qualified applicants to our Masters of Music (MM) in Performance and Masters of Arts (MA) in Music History and Music Theory programs. These department funded assistantships are comprised of full or partial scholarships of up to $11,330 per year for two years and include the option of up to 20 hours of paid work per week for the department, totaling up to $5,250 per semester and $10,500 for the year. 

If you have additional questions about applying to our graduate programs, please contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Prof. James Currie.