The Department of Music offers programs in music theory, conducting, and performance leading to a Master of Music (M.Mus.) and in musicology leading to a Master of Arts (MA) degree.
The Master of Music in Performance is available for performers in piano, collaborative piano, voice, strings, brass, or woodwinds. The conducting M.Mus. in Performance may be completed with an emphasis in choral conducting or wind band conducting. This program requires 24 credit units and is project-based, culminating in a final recital in the area of study.
The M.Mus. program in music theory and the MA program in musicology require 15 credit units plus a thesis. Certain areas of concentration also include the successful completion of a comprehensive examination and a foreign language(s). The normal time for completion is two years, including a one-year residency.
A meaningful graduate experience is enhanced by participating in professional activities. Toward that end, the University of Saskatchewan offers the annual Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music, providing a forum for the exchange of scholarly ideas through the presentation of scholarly research in formal papers and lecture recitals prepared by both members of the Department of Music and guests from the national and international scholarly community.
Program type: Project and/or thesis
The university recommends that you contact the faculty that are doing research in an area that interests you before beginning a formal application.
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2_ English language proficiency (if required)
3_ Statement/letter of intent
5_ A comprehensive list of studied and performed works (If Applicable)
6_ An audition (If Applicable)
7_ Writing Samples (If Applicable)
Duolingo English Test (DET): Score of 110 or better
Prospective graduate students who do not meet language proficiency requirements for admission may choose to fulfil those requirements by sucessfully completing the U-PREP program at the University of Saskatchewan Language Centre (USLC).
For students with a conditional admission to most graduate programs, the U-PREP program is an option to study academic English at the University of Saskatchewan before moving directly into their graduate program.
1_ A cumulative weighted average of at least a 80% (USask grade system equivalent) in the last two years of study (i.e. 60 credit units) 2_ A four-year honours degree, or equivalent, from a recognized college or university in an academic discipline relevant to the proposed field of study
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