The Department of Music at the University of West Georgia is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. The Master of Music degree is offered with majors in Music Education and Performance.
Each major consists of a comprehensive curriculum of study designed to meet the needs of both the full-and part-time graduate student. In addition to having evening and summer access to all graduate courses, graduate students enjoy the opportunity to design a unique focus to one-third of their total course work by utilizing the program's 12-credit-hour elective component.
All instruction is delivered by a distinguished artist-teacher faculty with extensive credentials and professional experience. Faculty members have regional, national, and international reputations in performance, teaching, research, and creative activities.
- The Master of Music in Music Education program is intended for those individuals who seek advanced training in music and music education and advanced licensure in music teaching. This program is also intended for individuals who wish to pursue doctoral study and seek teaching positions in higher education.
- The Master of Music in Performance program is intended for those individuals who seek advanced training in music and music performance. This program is also intended for individuals wish to pursue doctoral study and seek teaching positions in higher education.