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Ball State University

Graduate Assistantships & Undergraduate Scholarships

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Posted On: 10/05/ 2014
Location: Muncie, IN

Job Description:

Graduate Assistantships and Undergraduate Scholarships in Music

Assistantship Duties: Full or Half Graduate Assistantships are available for 20/10 hrs per week on a 10-month contract. Assignments are based on teaching needs of the horn studio and School ensembles. Applicants may also apply for other teaching positions across campus or in music, including music theory, aural skills, music appreciation, music computer lab supervisor, music education methods, and more, depending on successful interviews within each discipline.

Assistantship Pay: Stipend varies based on degree: Doctor of Arts stipend $12,000 full award/$6,000 half award; Master's $7,000/$3500; Artist Diploma $7,100/$3550. The award also includes remission of most tuition or half tuition. Students will incur fees of around $1500 per semester.

For further information, see the Graduate Handbook available from the School of Music website.

Graduate Link: rams/graduate

Undergraduate Awards: Ball State University offers numerous academic and music awards annually. These scholarships are often combined creating generous financial awards for undergraduate students. Awards are based on performance merit and academic prowess.

Undergraduate Link: rams/undergraduate

About the studio: Ball State University is located in central Indiana a little over an hour outside of Indianapolis. The studio is comprised of mainly undergraduate students in Music Media Production, Music Education, and Music Performance. There are many regional performing and teaching opportunities available for students. The School of Music at Ball State University has state-of-the- art recording studios and performance halls.


Gene P. Berger: Assistant Professor of Horn

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