About the course
When you come to the School of Music at the UofM in Memphis, TN, you get the best of both worlds. You will learn, grow and receive personal attention from accomplished artist-scholars, but also have the benefits of being part of a large, world class-university. Our renowned program offers bachelors through doctoral degrees in 29 areas of concentration, with the distinction of being Tennessees only doctoral degree granting program in music. In a city as live-music-rich as Memphis, the music school is proud to present more performances than any other music organization in the Mid-South. We are setting the tone for creativity and excellence in music. Every day we capitalize on the music innovation heritage of Memphis, TN. The School of Music has always attracted top talent and continues to cement our international reputation for excellence. The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music at the University of Memphis is a comprehensive school, known for our diversity and dedication to our role as a cultural and intellectual resource for the university, the city, and the wider musical world. In our teaching and research, we are deeply devoted to the preservation and growth of music as an art, as a craft, as a profession, and as a treasury of human wisdom.
Intake Months
April, June, September
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Qualification
Masters Degree
Estimated annual course fee
USD 25,650
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Duration
2 Years
English language requirements
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6.5
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79
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University of Memphis

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Located in a quiet residential neighborhood of Memphis, Tennessee, the UofM is a major research institution. What students learn here builds a sense of intellectual engagement that will empower them to make a difference in life and throughout their career. Founded in 1912, it welcomes more than 21,000 students to campus every year. Diversity is one of its strengths. Students and faculty come from all over the world to be a part of the UofM experience.
The campus boasts 25 Chairs of Excellence and five state-approved Centers of Excellence. With over 250 areas of study, students will be sure to discover their career path at the UofM. As a major urban research university, the UofM enrolls roughly 4,000 graduate students in more than 120 degree programs, many of which are ranked among the best in the nation. The Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law offers students two optional dual-degree programs, one joint-degree program and a part-time program. As the only law school in Memphis and one of the largest in Tennessee, Memphis Law gives students unparalleled opportunities for success.
The University of Memphis benefits from a diverse community of researchers engaged in pioneering work who help push the boundaries of current knowledge and creative pursuits that enhance human experience. From applied to fundamental, quantitative to qualitative, conceptual to empirical, and descriptive to analytical, faculty and student research impacts the economic, societal, and educational fabric of the Mid-South and the world.
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101 Wilder Tower, Memphis, Tennessee, 38152

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The center of the main campus comprises buildings that made up the original campus. The first college buildings, including Scates Hall, Manning Hall, Mynders Hall, and Administration Building, were erected in the early 20th century. This section stretches from Patterson St. south to the end of the main campus at Walker Ave., with most buildings surrounding Alumni Mall and Student Plaza. The majority of the buildings of the arts and humanities departments, as well as those of the Physics and Astronomy departments of the College of Arts and Sciences, are located in the original areas of campus.