Department of Music Music Theory Certificate Graduate Certificate How to Apply Visit Campus Request Information Choose at least 12 credits from the following: MUED 651 – Pedagogy of Rhythm Credits: 3 MUS 515 – Orchestration Credits: 2 or 3 MUS 516 – Choral Arranging Credits: 3 MUS 592 – Analytical History of Jazz Improvisation Credits: 2 or 3 MUS 610 – Form and Analysis I Credits: 3 MUS 613 – Schenkerian Analysis Credits: 3 MUS 615 – Contemporary Music Theory for Music Teachers Credits: 3 MUS 640 – Pedagogy of Music Theory Credits: 3 MUS 655 – Analysis, Interpretation, and Performance Credits: 3 MUS 779 – Artist Course in Applied Music – Composition Credits: 2 or 4 (a maximum of 4 credits may be applied to the Music Theory Graduate Certificate) Consists of 12 credits. The certificate is administered by the area of Music. The Music Theory Graduate Certificate is open to students majoring in a graduate music degree. Meet Your Faculty and Staff The low student-to-faculty ratio in the Department of Music provides our students with opportunities for personal attention. View the Department of Music Faculty and Staff Directory Brent Turney Department Chair – Music Professor – Trumpet College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts email@example.com 715-346-3107 View profile Rachel Brashier Director of Music Education Graduate Advisor for the Music Department College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts firstname.lastname@example.org 715-346-2227 View profile Danielle Breisach Associate Lecturer – Flute Graduate Program Manager College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts email@example.com View profile Sarah Manasreh Assistant Professor – Clarinet Assistant Professor – Music Theory College of Fine Arts and Communication, Department of Music, School of Performing Arts firstname.lastname@example.org View profile National Association of Schools of Music Founded in 1924, the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM) is an organization of schools, conservatories, colleges, and universities with approximately 637 accredited institutional members. It establishes national standards for undergraduate and graduate degrees and other credentials for music and music-related disciplines and provides assistance to institutions and individuals engaged in artistic, scholarly, educational, and other music-related endeavors. The College of Fine Arts and Communication at UW-Stevens Point is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.