The University of Florida School of Music understands the needs of music teachers and is committed to helping them balance their educational aspirations and work obligations. The online Master of Music in Music Education program helps us fulfill this mission by offering students everywhere a world-class education, developed and taught by the same faculty who teach our on-campus students and other leading experts from around the country. The engaging, fully online degree program enables distance learners to advance their education and career without disrupting their work life and incurring the transportation, relocation, and housing costs associated with traditional on-campus programs.
The University of Florida offers financial aid for graduate students, including loan programs. Graduate students should begin by applying for aid, using FAFSA on the Web. UF’s Institution Code is 001535.
Degree seeking students can apply for student loans and learn more about their grant, scholarship and loan options through our Student Financial Affairs site.
Current students who wish to check their financial aid status can do so by logging in to their ONE.UF accounts. To login, click here and find the login drop-down menu in the top right corner of the page. Click “Log in with GatorLink” to navigate to the login page.
If you have any questions about your financial aid options, please contact an Enrollment Advisor at (866) 794-8806. We look forward to helping you fund your education.
*Does not include textbooks and other materials/hardware required to complete the program
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