Northern Arizona University Music Graduate Programs

Hello from Northern Arizona University!  We would like to share information on our Music graduate programs. If you know students who would like to continue their education in Music or who you believe would be a great fit for a graduate degree, we encourage you to share information about our degrees and programs.

o   Choral Conducting

o   Composition

o   Instrumental Conducting: Orchestra

o   Instrumental Conducting: Wind

o   Instrumental Performance

o   Musicology

o   Piano Accompanying and Chamber Music

o   Theory

o   Suzuki Violin/Viola

o   Vocal Performance

NAU has several resources for graduate students including research and career development workshops, a variety of financial aid options including scholarships and assistantship opportunities. Prospective graduate students can learn more about NAU themselves by attending an in-person or virtual campus tour.  For more information on these resources please click the following links:

Please let us know if you have any questions, or would like more information on graduate education at NAU!

Thank you,

David Spivey
Director
Graduate College
Northern Arizona University
Box 4125
Flagstaff, AZ 86011

(928) 523-6263
Fax: (928) 523-8950
www.nau.edu/gradcol

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