Second Bachelor’s Admissions
How to Apply
Step 1: Apply to the University of North Texas
Apply for the Second Bachelor's Degree through the Toulouse Graduate School. After you submit the application and pay the fee, you will receive an email which includes your Student ID# and EUID. This process may take several weeks. Once you receive this information, you may proceed to Step 2.
Step 2: Apply to the College of Music
Complete the College of Music application through Acceptd:
- Select 'Second Bachelor's Degrees' as your Level in the Start an Application box beneath the UNT logo
- Select your Area (Brass, Jazz, Keyboard, Percussion, Strings, Voice, Woodwinds)
- Select your Program (this is the primary instrument or voice on which you will audition)
- After you begin the application, you will indicate your desired degree(s) – e.g., composition, jazz studies, music education, performance, theory, or the bachelor of arts.
This is your application for audition, admission, and music merit scholarships. The application will require you to submit names and email addresses of three people whom you wish to submit music recommendations on your behalf. Only complete applications can be submitted. The music application fee is $12.
FALL ADMISSION: To be considered for admission in the fall semester, preference will be given to applications received by the first Monday in December. Applications received after that date will be reviewed, and auditions will be scheduled on a case-by-case basis depending on space availability. ALL APPLICATIONS AND AUDITIONS, BOTH LIVE OR RECORDED, MUST BE COMPLETE ON OR BEFORE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2018.
SPRING ADMISSION is determined in mid-September of each year. Email email@example.com to inquire if your instrument/voice will accept spring applications. Applications for spring admission must be complete on or before November 1st.
Step 3: Complete the audition
Live audition dates are requested through the College of Music application. Applicants invited for a live audition will be notified through email of their scheduled audition day/time.
While live auditions are preferred, we do accept high quality video auditions if you are unable to audition in person. Follow the instructions on the College of Music application to submit your video audition.
For classical audition requirements, refer to http://www.music.unt.edu/admissions/undergraduate-repertoire. For jazz audition requirements, refer to http://jazz.unt.edu/admission-auditions.
In addition to the audition, applicants in composition, music education and theory who audition on-campus, will participate in an interview with faculty. Instructions for arranging the interview will be included in the audition confirmation email you receive from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants are notified of admission results by email after the final on-campus audition date.
- The UNT College of Music application also serves as your scholarship application. Announcement of awards will begin on the first Monday in April.
- We encourage all applicants to complete the UNT General Academic Scholarship Application.
The National Association of Schools of Music Code of Ethics Article V. requires that the acceptance of financial aid or the signing of a declaration of intent to attend a given institution shall not be binding if signed before April 15, of the calendar year of matriculation into a program of study at the graduate level.
Other campus offices which you might need to contact:
- Housing (http://housing.unt.edu)
- Student Financial Aid and Scholarship Office (http://essc.unt.edu/finaid/index.htm)