Applying For Music Programs
Program Audition/Interview Information
Applying for a Music program involves applying to the University and applying to the Department. Most undergraduate programs require an audition; most graduate programs require an audition or portfolio.
Auditions are either by video recording or in person. In-person auditions should take place on the intended home campus.
Offered on Statesboro Campus:
- Bachelor of Arts in Music
- Bachelor of Music in Music Education – Choral Concentration
- Bachelor of Music in Music Education – Instrumental Concentration
- Bachelor of Music concentration in Composition
- Bachelor of Music concentration in Piano Performance
- Bachelor of Music concentration in Voice Performance
- Bachelor of Music concentration in Instrumental Performance
Offered on Armstrong Campus:
Music Minor Programs:
Music Minor programs are offered on both the Statesboro and Armstrong Campuses
- Music Minor
- Music Minor – Applied Music
- Music Minor – Music History and Literature
- Music Minor – Music Technology
Graduate programs are offered on the Statesboro Campus only.
Ensemble Audition Information
Many Fred and Dinah Gretsch School of Music ensembles require an audition.
Last updated: 2/1/2023