Performance Certificate in Music
The Performance Certificate in Music at Judson University is a non-degree program designed for individuals looking for intensive music performance study both as a soloist and an ensemble musician in order to enhance their employment opportunities or prepare for graduate studies.
Students will develop their performance skills by working with Judson University applied music professors in private lessons. This program offers a unique course, Professional Apprenticeship, in which students will have an additional opportunity to refine their skills by taking lessons from artist-teachers in the Chicago area who actively maintain their successful performing careers. A baccalaureate degree in music or equivalent level of performance skill is required.
Students will be chosen by audition for the professors in their performance areas. The Performance Certificate in Music is designed to finish within two semesters by taking a minimum of 18 credits (9 credits per semester), of which 10 credit courses are offered at the graduate level.
Course Requirements & Descriptions
Tuition & Fees for 2010-2011