Discount for Masters Degrees

Discount for Masters Degrees

By UM News

Discount for Masters Degrees

By UM News
Frost School of Music is offering UM alumni 50% tuition scholarships for Masters Degrees: Arts Presenting and Music Business.

Coral Gables, Fla. (October 11, 2017)  The University of Miami’s prestigious Frost School of Music is offering UM alumni 50% tuition scholarships for the Master of Arts Degree in Arts Presenting & Entertainment Management or the Master of Music Business Degree in Music Business and Entertainment Industries.

Eligible applicants must have completed a degree at the University of Miami prior to starting one of these degree programs. To be considered for the scholarship for the Fall 2018 on-campus program, the application deadline is April 1, 2018. The non-scholarship application deadline is June 1, 2018. The online program has a rolling admission schedule with six different opportunities to begin the program throughout the year. There is no application deadline for the online program scholarship. The on-campus version of both degree programs are also offered jointly with the Juris Doctor in the University of Miami School of Law.

Serona Elton is Chair of Frost Music Media and Industry Department and Director of the Frost Music Business and Entertainment Industries Program. She says, “The on-campus programs provide students with what they need to prepare for and launch their careers. They have the opportunity to get hands-on experience with our student-run record company, music production company and live event company while taking classes taught by highly-regarded ‘pracademics’ currently engaged in industry practice.”

The online degree programs are “great options for the working professional interested in pursuing a graduate degree while continuing a full-time job,” adds Frost Online Director, Rachel Hanusa. “Online students can live anywhere and complete coursework any time of the day. Programs are exact replicas of the on-campus degrees with the same curricula and courses, the same world-renowned faculty, with access to the same resources and personalized attention from application to graduation.”

Music Business and Entertainment Industries

Arts Presenting and Live Entertainment Management

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About Frost School of Music

The Phillip and Patricia Frost School of Music is one of the largest and best music schools located in a private university in the U.S., and one of the most comprehensive and relevant in all of higher education. With over 700 students and 100 faculty members it is a top choice for instrumental, keyboard and vocal performance as well as composition, music business, music education, music engineering technology, music therapy, songwriting, jazz, studio music, and more. It is one of two schools created in 1926 when the University of Miami was founded. The naming gift from Dr. Phillip and Patricia Frost in 2003 was a historic occasion.

The Frost School of Music seeks to transform lives through the study and performance of music, and to enhance music’s future as the result of the most innovative and relevant curricula in higher education. The Frost School of Music is devoted to excellence and a culture of collegiality, in which a diversity of people, musical styles, and careers are valued. The Frost School of Music is a community of musicians committed to advanced musicianship for all Frost students across a broad array of majors and programs. The Frost School of Music seeks to elevate the community through intensive, sustained outreach to underserved populations. The Frost School of music strives to enhance the cultural richness of the University of Miami, South Florida and throughout the world as the result of world class performance, scholarship and research.

 The mission of the Frost School of Music is:

Contribute to the advancement of music performance, creativity and scholarship – Have a transformative effect on the community through engagement and outreach, and Enrich the world with vibrant, innovative and brilliant cultural offerings.

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