Min-Jeong Koh is Associate Professor of Music (Violin) at the University of Oklahoma’s School of Music where 450 music majors and 60 full-time faculty members present over 400 performance and scholarly events each year.
The Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts and its five schools (Dance, Drama, Music, Musical Theatre, and Visual Arts) create a vibrant, artistically diverse culture on campus for students while providing opportunities to study outside the arts at a major research university.
The String Department at the School of Music proudly supports our two student string quartets: the Claeys and the Crouse. Both ensembles are assisted with a scholarship, and in the case of the Crouse String Quaret, the students are given a generous graduate assistantships for two years.
LAUNCHING in JANUARY 2019
The Arts Management and Entrepreneurship (AME) Graduate Certificate is a program designed for students interested in building a career in the arts in an exciting and ever-changing marketplace.
The program is built on a flexible structure of fine arts, arts entrepreneurship, and MBA courses that develop the skills needed for career success and creative impact. The program is rounded out by a diverse scale of local, regional, and international internships, and a ground-breaking, bootcamp-style arts incubation lab. Offered by the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts in collaboration with the Price College of Business, the program is designed to be taken alongside a Master’s degree program, but can also be taken as a stand-alone graduate certificate.