Ideal candidates for the online master’s in music education program will meet the following minimum requirements:
NOTE: No GRE score is required for admission.
Applicants must submit the following:
Graduate Admissions & Academic Programs
Attn: Phillip Klepacki
PO Box 115800
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611-5800
International students must also submit additional materials to gain admission to the program.
The academic portfolio includes two components: (a) a minimum 4-5 page scholarly writing sample that includes citations and references, and (b) other materials that provide evidence of the applicant’s knowledge and skill as a music educator. Portfolio materials such as video or music files should be uploaded to Dropbox, YouTube or Vimeo with links compiled in your portfolio.
The links to audio and video files, along with other portfolio materials, can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writing samples may include:
Supplementary materials may include any two of the following:
In order to be successful in this program, you’ll need access to a reasonably up-to-date computer. Older computers will run more slowly and may “hang up” when asked to play multimedia files. A high-speed Internet connection is necessary as dial-up will not support the multimedia requirements.
Minimum Campus Computer and Software Standards (note that these are minimum requirements)
You’ll need some basic software in order to complete assignments and projects that will be assigned to you:
Various course assignments will require you to create and play multimedia files. You’ll need some additional equipment to support these activities:
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