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Musicology - Combined Master of Music and Doctor of Philosophy in Music

Core Courses
     

Research Methods (1)

MUHS7021 1)_____
 
Graduate Theory & Analysis (6) THRY7011
THRY7012
3)_____
3)_____
Pre-1750's Music History Course (3)
(select an appropriate topics course)
MUHS****
3)_____
 
Post-1750's Music History Course (3)
(select an appropriate topics course)
MUHS**** 3)_____  
Ethnomusicology Elective (3)
(6000 level or higher)
MUHS****
3)_____  
Theory Elective (3)
(6000 level or higher)
THRY****
3)_____  
Musicology Colloquium (4)
(must be taken for four semesters)
MUHS8060
3)_____  
Seminar in Musicology (18)
(should be in six different areas of specialization)
MUHS908*
3)_____
3)_____
3)_____
3)_____
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3)_____
Music History (12)
(up to 2 hours of Early Music or World Music Labs may apply to this group. Research Methods cannot.)
MUHS6***
or
MUHS8***
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Musicology Dissertation (25)
MUHS9090
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Cognate

Specific course requirements determined in consultation with cognate committee chair and approved by student's advisor, division head and associate dean (at least 9 credits)

French and German
     
Coursework or exam-based exemptions may be used to complete this requirement      
Reading French I and II (8)
FREN7098
FREN7099
4)_____

4)_____

German for Reading Knowledge (8)
GRMN6021
GRMN6022
4)_____
4)_____
Remedial Work
Review courses in music history and/or theory will be assigned based on diagnostic exams
Additional Requirements
Applicants with a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Music who have taken upper-level undergraduate courses in music history (beyond a two-semester survey) and who meet at least three of the following criteria may be considered for the combined MM/PhD program:

Undergraduate GPA of 3.5 or higher

GRE scores at the 85 percentile or above for the verbal and analytical sections

At least two years of college level foreign-language courses or the equivalent, with German being the preferred language.

Completed substantial research paper in music history or ethnomusicology (world music)

Successful completion of a written examination
Successful completion of oral examination (must follow the written examination)
Dissertation