The office of Youth & Adult Community Programs provides a variety of programs for adults. These programs are organized into two different categories: Continuing Education and Professional Development.
Continuing Education classes are typically provided during the academic year, once a week, for a series of weeks. There are no audition requirements for Continuing Education classes. These classes are generally not offered for credit, but are intended to provide high quality enrichment opportunities for adults interested in enhancing their artistic skills.
Professional Development workshops tend to take place during the summer, and range from 3- to 7-day intensives. These workshops sometimes require an audition for admittance, and are specifically designed for adults focused on promoting their skills in a focused career area. All Professional Development workshops may be taken as a workshop for professional development enrichment without college credit, or for graduate credit (NCFD).
All Adult Learning programs require an online application. Auditions are required for a few sessions. All auditions are uploaded to an external link which is provided upon completion of an online application. Please visit each individual program web page for specific information regarding audition requirements.
Professional Development workshops may be taken as a workshop for professional development enrichment only, or for graduate credit via the Non-Candidate for Degree (NCFD) Graduate Application.
All Adult Learning programs include a $30 non-refundable application fee.
Tuition for Adult Learning programs range between $125 and $600. Please visit each individual program web page for specific information.
If accepted, applicants pay for the credit(s) at the appropriate tuition rate (in-state or out-of-state) in lieu of workshop fees. Questions? Please contact Trisha Fountain, Assistant Director for Admission, at email@example.com or (734) 936-0300.
Music Education Department Summer Workshops
For information regarding housing for Professional Development summer workshopsplease visit the Adult Learning housing web page.
For infomration regarding parking on campus, and transportation to/from University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance on north campus, Ann Arbor, MI, please visit the transportation / parking web page.
For more information about any of the School of Music, Theatre & Dance Summer Workshops, please contact the office of Youth & Adult Community Programs:
Phone: (734) 936-2660
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