The unique Master of Music in Choral Conducting Program will allow you to refine your conducting and rehearsal technique, musicianship, and vocal pedagogy with hands-on attention from prestigious and experienced faculty. Each summer residency is seven weeks long and includes a one-week choral festival of lectures, master classes, and performances with prominient guest artists. This program allows you to transfer up to three regular-session classes (12 quarter units or equivalent) from an accredited university of your choice.
Application Process & Program Entry Requirements
Who Can Apply?
Applicants must possess a bachelor's degree (or its equivalent in U.S. terms), with adequate preparation from a recognized institution of higher education. Applicants must have attained a minimum 2.5 grade point average (A=4.0) in the last 90 quarter units (60 semester units) attempted. All degree equivalencies and grade point average calculations are determined by the Office of Admissions and Recruitment.
Admission is a two step process. Applicants are required to apply first through the College of Professional and Global Education (PaGE) and then to the University (represented by the Office of Admissions and Recruitment, via an online application – www.csumentor.edu).
Click here to view the MMCC Application Process and Program Entry Requirements.
Click here to view the Master of Music in Choral Conducting brochure.
Master of Music in Choral Conducting Project Guidelines
Summer Choral Festival
The Cal State LA Summer Choral Festival offers a week-long workshop of concerts, master-classes, rehearsals, and seminars for singers and conductors.
Guests planning to attend the Summer Choral Festival will be able to register
May 25, 2017 - July 17, 2017 through the PaGE Online Portal
- Click on "MUSFST GUEST" and select "MUSFST GUEST SUMMER 2017" to add to your shopping cart
- Create an account and enter all of the required information, then you may login using your new credentials
Submit your seat confirmation and make a full payment online