Certificates

Certificates for Matriculated Eastman Students

The value of an Eastman education is enriched by opportunities to earn certificates in specific areas, and by special programs that add depth to our innovative and detailed curricula. A certificate program consists of a prescribed curriculum that ranges from 16-25 credits, including components such as applied music, academic coursework, independent study, ensembles, and in some cases, an internship experience. Two types of certificates are awarded, including those focused on outstanding performance (Performer’s or Artist’s Certificate) and those involving co-curricular activity.

The undergraduate program now includes a Certificate of Achievement in Arts Leadership and a Certificate of Achievement in World Music. Graduate programs include the Certificate of Achievement in Arts Leadership, the Certificate of Advanced Achievement in the Art of Improvisation, the Certificate of Advanced Achievement in College and/or Community Teaching, the Certificate of Achievement in World Music, and the Certificate of Advanced Achievement in Ethnomusicology. Other new programs are being developed, always with the goal of providing our students with a top-quality education that is both innovative and relevant. 

Certificates for Non-Matriculated Students