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The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is the largest Hispanic-serving
institute in the United States with a uniquely bilingual, bicultural,
biliterate academic prominence. The School of Music invites graduate
applications for the following degrees: MM in Performance, MM in Music
Education, and MM in Conducting. The MM in Ethnomusicology is also offered
with special focus on Mexican American Music, Greater Mexico, Border Music,
and Latin America and the Caribbean. For more information please see:
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Students in the Master of Music Program may pursue a graduate certificate
in Mexican American Studies, Women and Gender Studies, and/or a performance
certificate in Mariachi Music. Students at the undergraduate level can take
courses in World Music, Latin American and Caribbean Musics, Mexican Folk
Music, and Popular Music Studies.



Applications are accepted year round and prospective students are
encouraged to apply at least 2 months before classes start to ensure a
timely application review.  Applying early will also give prospective
students the best opportunity to be considered for scholarships and other
possible funding opportunities.


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