Community Music Graduate Certificate
If you are interested in learning more about sharing music in your community or your classroom, but don’t want to pursue a full graduate degree, consider the Community Music Graduate Certificate. You’ll be able to develop musical skills and learn more about using music in the classroom and community settings, such as businesses, churches, or community ensembles.
Coursework — 14 Hours Minimum
- 1 Hr – School and Community Music, Program Orientation
- 4 Hrs – Children’s Music, School and Community Vocal, Instrumental, or General Music (1 course)
- 3 Hrs – Music Content Course(s)
- 6 Hrs – Music Education and/or Education Support Course(s)
- Complete a Music Skills Assessment
- March 15 for Summer Semester admission
- June 15 for Fall Semester admission
- October 15 for Spring Semester admission
Current Graduate Students
- If you are currently enrolled in a graduate degree, notify the program coordinator that you want to pursue this certificate.
- If you are not enrolled in a graduate program, apply as a non-degree seeking graduate student through the Graduate School and notify the program coordinator that you want to pursue this certificate.
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Cost & Financial Information
- Auburn’s Student Financial Services provides up-to-date cost information.
- There are grants and fellowships available to graduate students.
- Auburn University’s Financial Aid Office also helps students find support.
- Note: Federal financial aid cannot be used to fund a graduate certificate if it is the only program in which a student is enrolled.