The College of the Arts and the Department of Music offer the Master of Music in Performance (M.M.P.) degree. The M.M.P. curriculum prepares musicians for careers in professional performing, conducting, and studio teaching.
Master of Music in Performance (M.M.P.)
The Masters of Music in Performance (M.M.P.) is a 36-semester-hour, non-thesis masterâs degree program intended to further the musical and academic skills of accomplished musicians. Students in the M.M.P. degree program will refine their performance skills to an advanced degree, deepen their knowledge of the academic and research aspects of music, and further develop their pedagogical skills.