Spotlight on: The College of the Arts
Join us on Wednesday, March 21st at 6:00 p.m. in University Hall (7th floor) for a Graduate Information Session and special breakout session for programs in the College of the Arts.
Montclair State University is a vibrant and fast growing institution with nearly 100 doctoral, masters, teacher certification, and certificate programs. We have much to offer with strong, dynamic graduate programs, and consider MSU an accessible, friendly place to pursue an education. Most of our programs do not have set deadlines and we are currently accepting applications for the fall 2012 semester.
The Graduate Information Session is designed to provide potential applicants an overview of the following:
- Benefits of Graduate Study
- Graduate Application and Admissions Process
- Financial Aid (A representative will be there to answer your questions)
Immediately following the Graduate School overview, there will be the following breakout sessions:
- Breakout Session – Graduate Programs in the College of the Arts
- M.A. in Theatre (Arts Management, Production/Stage Management, Theatre Studies)
- M.A. in Fine Arts (Museum Management, Studio Arts)
- M.A in Music (Music Education, Music Therapy, Performance, Theory & Composition)
- M.A. in Public and Organizational Relations
- M.F.A - Studio Art
- Artist's Diploma
- Music Teaching Certification
- Music Therapy Certification
- Performer's Certificate
- Art Teaching Certification
Breakout Session – Initial Teacher Certification
Breakout Session – Newark/Montclair Urban Teaching Residency
Breakout Session – School of Business – Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Those interested in graduate programs that are not represented with break-out sessions can speak with Graduate School staff members at our question and answer table.
Please visit our website and learn about the exciting opportunities at MSU. Our programs of study page offers a complete listing of programs at the graduate level. We encourage you to visit this page and review the admissions requirements as well as the full course description for your intended program.