The objectives of the Master's degree are to expand the student’s knowledge and understanding of the development and structure of music in the Western World and to allow the student to develop to a high level in performance, scholarship, or music education.
Masters in Music (Instrument Performance)Learn more about the M.M. Performance
Masters in Music (Jazz Studies, Performance)Learn more about the M.M. in Jazz Studies Performance
The objective of the doctoral degree in solo performance, conducting, jazz studies or composition is to develop the musician-scholar -- one who displays a mastery of a professional medium and is well equipped with scholarly attitudes and abilities. The program leading to the degree prepares students as performers, conductors, composers, and teachers for a career in higher education. It is expected that a student entering the D.M.A. program has achieved an advanced level of artistic performance and technical mastery, and shows capability of in-depth academic study.
Doctorate in Music (Instrument Performance)Learn more about the D.M.A. Performance
Doctorate in Music (Jazz Studies, Performance)Learn more about the D.M.A.Jazz Performance
Auditions & Applications
The application process for the Glenn Korff School of Music begins in the office of graduate studies at http://www.unl.edu/gradstudies/home
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