Two steps to becoming a Graduate Student in Music at Wayne State
1. Apply and be accepted to the University through Graduate Admissions.
Prospective students should complete WSU application (all application materials submitted) at least one month prior to Department of Music audition date.
2. Present a successful audition on a principal instrument or voice, or a successful interview (for some programs).
Audition/Interview dates for 2017-2018
November 10, 2017 CLOSED
January 19, 2018
February 23, 2018 *Last audition date for scholarship consideration*
May 11, 2018
Registration and Deadline
Click here to register for an audition/interview for graduate study. The deadline to register for an audition is two weeks before the audition date you choose. You will recieve your audition/interview time via e-mail one week before your audition date.
Specific audition/interview requrements for the various programs are listed below:
- Master of Arts in Music
- Performance (Instrumental and Vocal)
- Performance (Jazz)
*The Master of Music in Music Education program is not currently accepting applications
General Admissions Requirements and Program Information
For general admission requirements and program information, please contract Professor Joshua S. Duchan, the Department of Music Graduate Officer at email@example.com. You may also consult the Wayne State University Graduate Bulletin or the Department of Music's General Information about Graduate Programs.
Funding Your Graduate Degree
Support for graduate studies is available from both institituional and non-institutional sources. The Department of Music offers a limited number of talent-based scholarships to graduate students as well as the Gretchen Valade Graduate Teaching Assistantship in Jazz. Students may also be offered Activity Award Scholarships on a semester-by-semester basis. More information about Department of Music scholarships is available under the "Scholarships" tab and on the Graduate Programs page. Additional information about financial support for graduate study is also available from the Wayne State University Graduate School and the Office of Student Financial Aid.