Master of Music in Woodwinds

Through continued development of performance skills and overall musicianship, this degree is designed to prepare the graduate for a career in performance or teaching, or doctoral study. 

Performance opportunities include large ensembles, mixed chamber ensembles, and faculty-directed chamber ensembles.


  • Bachelors degree in music (or demonstrated equivalent) 
  • GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 hours 
  • Senior recital 

If an applicant does not meet the required prerequisites, then appropriate course(s) may be added to the degree requirements.

Additional Requirements 

  • Comprehensive Exam Info 
  • See degree specific guidelines on this page 
  • No more than one course with a grade lower than B- may count toward completion of the degree. 
  • A minimum of three credits each are required in both theory and history. 
  • Electives may be 7000-level or higher music or non-music courses, chosen with consultation with the advisor 


Associate Professor, Flute
214 Fine Arts Building
Associate Professor, Saxophone
Woodwind Area Coordinator
258 Fine Arts Building
Associate Teaching Professor, Clarinet
261 Fine Arts Building
265 Fine Arts Building
Professor, Oboe
215 Fine Arts Building