Non-Degree Graduate Certification
- Inform Kodály Certificate Program coordinator, Dr. Shelly Cooper, of your interest in the program - firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Complete the online application to the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Unofficial transcripts and test scores are now accepted along with all other requirements for graduate admission and can be uploaded within the application. For further directions on the application process, please review the Graduate Admissions Requirements.
- Please review the School of Music Graduate Student Handbook for additional information about graduate student requirements and admissions policies/procedures.
All Kodály levels courses are offered for graduate credit or non-degree credit.
If you already hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university you may earn a teaching certificate by completing the endorsement requirements for initial certification.
- Contact Dr. Shelly Cooper, Coordinator of Music Education, at email@example.com regarding admissions requirements for post baccalaureate teacher certification programs.
- Complete the online application to the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Pay special attention to all dates, deadlines, and enrollment requirements/guidelines on the admissions website. Apply early to avoid enrollment restrictions and no later than March 1 to be considered for music scholarships. Many university scholarships have earlier deadlines and special requirements. Review the Financial Support and Scholarships page for more information.
- International student applicants may find specific admissions requirements at the International and ILUNO Students page.
- Apply for financial aid and/or scholarships. Click the link to find the steps to apply for financial aid and to stay on track to receive funds. Awards range in amount and may be renewed for up to a period of four years for undergraduate students.
- Schedule your School of Music audition (this will also serve as your scholarship audition).
- The School of Music requires a successful audition on major instrument or voice for all freshmen and transfer students. The audition determines acceptance as a music major. The audition will be performed for representative members of the music faculty. View studio/area audition requirements.
- Music scholarships are awarded based on the audition, recommendations, previous music experience or honors, and major areas of performance/study.