M.A. degree applicants will need to have a minimum of four years of experience in an M.
Sc. degree or equivalent, and they must be U.S.-born and have been enrolled in at least two years of graduate school.
Applicants will be asked to submit a letter of intent.
Students will also be required to submit an academic record that includes a grade point average of 3.0 or higher, a GPA of 3,400 or higher and a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
A student must also be enrolled in a master’s degree program.
To apply, you must submit a full-length letter of interest and a letter detailing why you want to apply to the M.M.U. admissions office.
Applicators will be notified by email by April 17.MUSIC AND MUSIC STUDENTSA full-time music and music performance major is required for admission.
Applicant must have an MFA or higher degree in music composition or performance and be enrolled full- time in a MFA program.
Applicants will need a minimum 4.0 GPA and 3.5 cumulative GPA to be considered.
A minimum of two years will be required for this degree.MIDDLE-DEGREE APPLICANTSStudents will need four years in a music major or equivalent to be admitted to M.
Applicance is based on the following criteria:A minimum of at least three years of music education will be needed.
A minimum 2.5 GPA and a cumulative GPA of 2.8 will be taken into consideration.
Students must also demonstrate their music knowledge through a written essay or composition project.
Applications are limited to students in their first year of graduate study.
Applicant must submit three letters of recommendation.
Applicers will receive notification by email.
Applicers must also submit a written transcript with a minimum 3.75 GPA.
A written thesis that demonstrates their work in a musical genre will be considered for admission, but it may not be submitted if the candidate has a music degree from a U. of M. institution or at a graduate level.
Applicance will be limited to MAST students.
Applicancy will be based on three academic requirements:Writing a dissertation that demonstrates the breadth of the student’s knowledge, and a work that demonstrates that the student possesses the critical thinking, writing, and analytical skills to evaluate, write, and produce music for the public.
Applicability will be restricted to MART students.
Students may be considered in any discipline for admission to the music department, including jazz, pop, classical, and performance.
Students in a discipline will not be admitted if they have a master degree in a related field.
Applicable students must be in the top 20 percent of their major for the year in which they wish to apply.
The minimum GPA required is 3.4.
Students who are not in the 20 percent will have to take a minimum two-year coursework.
Applicable students will also have to submit two letters of reference.
Students who do not have a Bachelors Degree from a M.
Scholastica program or equivalent will need three years to meet the admission criteria.
Applicates will be invited to submit three writing samples.
Applicances are limited only to students enrolled full time in an MA or MFA degree program and a minimum three-year commitment is required.
Applicators will receive a notification by e-mail by April 25.SOCIAL SCIENCES APPLICANDSStudents in social science disciplines will be able to apply through the online application process.
Application is limited to those who have earned at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, have a grade of at or above B or higher in a social science course or concentration, and have completed at least one year of post-secondary study.SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH Sciences Students are required to have at least five years of teaching experience and a 4.7 GPA in their M.
Health Science major or an equivalent, as well as a cumulative grade point score of 3 on a 7.0 scale.
Applicees will be contacted by e.g. phone, email or in person by April 18.SUBMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN The University of Minnesota admissions office accepts applications for admission through April 24.
Applicances will be reviewed on an individual basis, based on application materials submitted by each individual.
The University may deny an application if the applicant has a disability that prohibits the ability to complete the application, is ineligible for admission or otherwise is not eligible to receive consideration for admission due to a disability or other factors.
Students applying for admission should provide proof of satisfactory completion of a minimum four-year of postsecondary education including the completion of an accredited degree program in their field of study, and that they are enrolled in an approved M.D. or M.
D., or other degree program accredited by the National Council for Graduate Education.Applic