About the course
It also offers opportunities for current school and college music teachers to increase their professional effectiveness and provides prospective doctoral aspirants with a sound foundation for advanced graduate study.Students take core courses in graduate-level music theory, history, education, and research, and choose elective courses in an area of emphasis that support their artistic, creative and professional goals. Areas of emphasis include: choral studies, composition, jazz studies, music education, music history, music theory, and performance. All emphases require a culminating recital, creative project, or masters thesis.Students in our program have opportunities to study with leading performers, composers, and scholars, and to partake in the musical and cultural richness of the San Francisco Bay Area. Emphasis is placed upon maintaining small class sizes and close student-to-teacher interactions. The program also provides flexibility for students to explore further study in areas relevant to their career goals and aspirations.
Intake Months
February, March, June, August, September, October
Delivery Locations
San Francisco
C171701
Qualification
Masters Degree
Estimated annual course fee
USD 15,144
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Duration
2 Years
English language requirements
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6.5
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79
Start date and prices
Starting Duration Fees Status Campus
September, 2023 Duration 2 Years Course fee USD 13,397
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City Closed Campus Hayward Campus
October, 2023 Duration 2 Years Course fee USD 13,397
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City Closed Campus Hayward Campus
March, 2023 Duration 2 Years Course fee USD 13,397
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City Closed Campus Hayward Campus
June, 2023 Duration 2 Years Course fee USD 13,397
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City Closed Campus Hayward Campus
February, 2023 Duration 2 Years Course fee USD 13,397
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City Closed Campus Hayward Campus
August, 2023 Duration 2 Years Course fee USD 13,397
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City Closed Campus Hayward Campus
Potential Course Career Outcomes

California State University - East Bay

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For more than 60 years, California State East Bay has served the Bay Area as part of the California State University system, providing access to higher education for a diverse student body and advancing regional engagement through its academic programs and leadership.
The university offers 49 bachelor’s degrees, 51 minors, 34 master’s degrees, 24 credentials and certificates, 1 doctoral degree. As a student at Cal State East Bay, they will have unlimited opportunities to join in the fun, meet people, and be part of campus life. Students can choose from more than 150 academic, athletic, honor, religious, recreational, and cultural clubs and organizations, plus NCAA Division II sports. They can meet people from all over the world, share ideas and activities, and establish lifelong friendships and be a part of multicultural community.
The University’s three locations are located in the heart of Californias beautiful San Francisco East Bay Area. Classes at Hayward Campus, Concord Campus and Oakland Professional Development & Conference Center provide students with an exceptional opportunity to achieve their educational goals. All locations are accessible by major freeways and public transportation systems, including the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system. Campus shuttles run to and from the Hayward and Castro Valley BART stations, as well.
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25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard, Hayward, California, 94542

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California State University, East Bays main campus is located in Hayward, California. It is situated on a plateau east of the Hayward fault overlooking the southeast part of the city.