As a graduate student in the Master of Music (M.M.) in Performance program, you'll study with master teachers, many of whom are renowned performers in their fields. You will perform in a variety of ensembles that rank among the finest in the country by virtue of the quality of concerts, recordings, broadcasts, tours, and repertoire.
Duquesne's School of Music has a common body of knowledge and skills for all graduate degree areas, including Professional Competence, Musicianship, Creativity and Scholarship, and Pedagogy and Communication.
Learn more at duq.edu/music/performance.
Option #1 - TOEFL 60-69
|Advanced Reading B||ESL CAP 1||ESL CAP 1|
|Advanced Grammar B||Ensemble 1||Ensemble 2|
|Advanced Speaking B||Applied Study||Applied Study|
|Term Paper||Chamber Music||Chamber Music|
- ESL CAP 2 may be assigned if needed in the spring semester.
Option #2 - TOEFL 70-79
|ESL CAP 1||ESL CAP 1|
|Ensemble 1||Ensemble 1|
|Applied Study||Applied Study|
|Chamber Music||Chamber Music|
|Introduction to Research in Music|
- Summer semester: Students will be given access to Music Practice Rooms during their first semester of ESL coursework.
- ESL CAP 2 may be assigned if needed in the spring semester
ESL Course cost per hour = $280
Academic Course per credit = $1,600
|Advanced B Coursework = $5,590||ESL CAP 1 (5-16 hours, depending on placement) = $1,400 - $4,480||ESL CAP 1 (5-16 hours, depending on placement) = $1,400-$4,480|
|Academic Courses (3 performance courses) = $6,400||Academic Courses (3 performance courses) - $6,400|
|TOTAL: $5,590||TOTAL: $7,800 - $10,880||TOTAL: $7,800 - $10,880|