Graduate School Bulletin - Spring 2005

MUSIC

The School of Music offers the Master of Arts (M.A.) in musicology or theory; Master of Music (M.M.) in performance, composition, sacred music, or music education; Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) in performance, conducting (choral or instrumental), or composition; and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in musicology, music education or theory. The applicant for the master's degree is expected to have earned an appropriate undergraduate degree and the applicant for the doctoral degree is expected to have earned an appropriate master's degree at the University of Kentucky or an equivalent degree from a comparable institution.

Graduate work is also provided for persons seeking Rank I and Rank II state certification in music education. Requirements for Rank II coincide with those for the M.M. in Music Education; requirements for Rank I may be completed by a planned and approved 30 semester hour program in addition to Rank II requirements or 60 semester hours of planned and approved graduate credit, including the master's degree.

Admission Requirements

Placement examinations in theory, music history and literature, and the proposed field of specialization are required of all applicants before admission to graduate programs in music. Graduates of, or students currently enrolled at, the University of Kentucky are not exempt from this requirement. Those seeking a degree in performance must audition as well, and should contact the appropriate applied faculty member to schedule an audition. Entrance examinations and auditions are held four times each year for those wishing to enroll: the second Saturday in November, the last Saturday in January, the first Saturday in March and the second Saturday in July. For those wishing to begin studies in the summer session, examinations and auditions must be taken no later than the first Saturday in March. The Director of Graduate Studies must be notified at least four weeks in advance of the date chosen for examinations (and audition if applicable) by the applicant. In special circumstances and with the consent of the Director of Graduate Studies, entrance examinations may be taken at times other than those stated. Acceptance of audition tapes is at the discretion of the appropriate applied faculty member, but D.M.A. candidates and those applying for assistantships must audition in person.

Note: Persons not applying for financial assistance may choose any of the above dates. Persons applying for Non-Service Fellowships must take the examinations (and the audition if applicable) no later than the last Saturday in January. Those applying for teaching assistantships may choose to take the examinations in November, January, or March for application for the subsequent fall semester. Those wishing to begin studies during a summer session must take the examinations no later than the first Saturday of March.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MASTER'S DEGREE

Foreign Language Requirements. The Master of Arts degree requires a reading knowledge of one foreign language, preferably French or German. Voice majors are expected to have taken at least one year each of undergraduate level German, French, and Italian (or the equivalent by petition to the Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Music) as a prerequisite for degree study. If deficient, a student must enroll in language courses each semester of study until the deficiency is removed.

Thesis Requirements. The Master of Arts degree requires a thesis (Plan A: see general requirements). For the Master of Music degree in Performance, a public recital acceptable to the faculty is required in lieu of a thesis. For the Master of Music degree in Composition, a composition of major proportions, acceptable to the composition-theory faculty and publicly performed, must be submitted in lieu of a thesis. A thesis is optional (Plan A or Plan B) for the Master of Music in Music Education.

A final comprehensive examination is required for each program.

MASTER OF ARTS

Prerequisites: A suitable background in music literature and music theory, and a reading knowledge of one foreign language, normally French or German.

MASTER OF ARTS
(Musicology Emphasis)

Music History and Literature 9-12

Theory (including MUS 670, 671, or 672) 6-9

Research Methods (MUS 618) 3

Directed Electives 0-6

Thesis 6

Total 30

MASTER OF ARTS
(Theory Emphasis)

Theory 9-12

Music History and Literature 6-9

Research Methods (MUS 618) 3

Directed Electives 0-6

Thesis 6

Total 30

MASTER OF MUSIC
(Composition)

Prerequisites: Submission of three original compositions.

Advanced Composition (MUS 673) 4

Orchestration (MUS 570 and 571) 4

Music History and Literature 6

Theory (including a minimum of one course from:
MUS 671, or 672) 9

Directed Electives 1

Thesis Composition 6

Total 30

The thesis composition must be publicly performed. The student is responsible for the preparation of legible score and parts.

MASTER OF MUSIC
(Performance)

Prerequisites: Acceptance by the appropriate faculty of applied music.

Music Performance (including recital) 9

Music History and Literature 6

Theory (including MUS 670, 671 or 672) 6

Directed Electives 9

Recital 0

Total 30

This degree program is offered in the following areas: piano, voice (see below), organ, violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, trumpet, horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba, percussion and conducting (choral or instrumental).

Wind, string and conducting majors must participate in at least one University-sponsored performing organization for two semesters.

MASTER OF MUSIC
(Voice Performance)

Voice Performance (including recital) 9

Music History and Literature (must include MUS 623) 6

Theory (including MUS 578, 670, 671, or 672) 6

Physiology and Functioning of the Singing Voice(MUS 665) 3

Materials, Techniques, and Literature of Voice Teaching
(MUS 667) 3

Advanced German Vocal Repertory (MUS 620) 3

Total 30

A minimum of three full semesters, excluding summer sessions, is necessary for an M.M. in Performance.

MASTER OF MUSIC
(Sacred Music)

UK Requirements: 27

MUS 660 Choral Methods 3

Music History and Literature 3

Music Theory 3

Ensemble 2

Music Education 3

Choose from MUS 560, MUS 561, MUS 650 or other graduate music education course, in consultation with advisor.

Internship 3

Specialized area of study 10

Course work at an accredited seminary or other institution 6-9

Choose from topics such as Music in Worship, Designing Worship, Congregation, Worship and Spirituality, Worship and Music in the Liturgical Year, or other courses.
Total 33

Specialized areas of study:

VOICE or KEYBOARD (organ or piano)

MUP 558 Choral Conducting 4

Music Performance (Voice or Keyboard) 6 +*

CHORAL CONDUCTING

MUP 658 Choral Conducting 8

Keyboard, MUP 501 or 503 2

+ An audition in the performing area (voice, organ, or piano) is required.

* A 15-minute jury before either the voice faculty (for vocal emphasis) or the keyboard faculty (for piano or organ emphasis) is required at the end of the applied study.

MASTER OF MUSIC
(Music Education - Plan A)

Core Requirements: 12

MUS 600 Research I 3

MUS 601 Foundations of Music Education 3

Music History and Literature 3

Music Theory (including MUS 578,MUS 670, MUS 671, or
MUS 672) 3

Thesis 6

Music Education Electives 6

The student can select any Music Education courses 500 level or above.

Music Electives 6

The student can select any Music course 500 level or above in Performance, Music History, Music Theory, or Composition.

Total 30

Students planning to earn a doctorate in Music Education should elect Plan A.

MASTER OF MUSIC
(Music Education - Plan B)

Core Requirements: 12

MUS 600 Research I 3

MUS 601 Foundations of Music Education 3

Music History and Literature 3

Music Theory (including MUS 578, MUS 670, MUS 671, or
MUS 672) 3

Specialized Area of Study 12

(The student will select 12 hours from one of the five areas described below, Instrumental Teaching, Choral Teaching, General Music, Orff Methods, and Choral or Instrumental Conducting. The student and advisor will determine the general area of emphasis and plan a set of courses which best fulfills the needs of the student).

Music or Education Electives 6

(The student can select any music or education courses 500 level or above.)

Total 30

Specialized areas of study for Plan B

INSTRUMENTAL TEACHING EMPHASIS - Band or Orchestra (Student and Advisor choose twelve hours from courses below which would best fulfill the student's needs.)

MUP Applied Performance (maximum of 4 hours) 1-4

MUP Secondary Applied 1-2

MUS 680 Band History and Literature 3

MUS 622 Symphonic Literature 3

MUS 660 Adv. Methods: Elementary General Music 3

MUP 558 Conducting or

MUP 658 Conducting 1-4

MUS 684 Advanced String Methods and Materials 3

MUS 570 Orchestration 2

MUS 706 Music Learning and Behavior 3

CHORAL TEACHING EMPHASIS (Student and Advisor choose twelve hours from courses below which would best fulfill the student's needs.)

MUP Applied Performance (Maximum of 4 hours) 1-4

MUS 660 Adv. Methods: Elementary General Music 3

MUS 650 Music Education Workshop 1-3

MUS 660 Adv. Methods: Choral Techniques 3

MUP 558 Conducting

or

MUP 658 Conducting 1-4

MUS 706 Music Learning and Behavior 3

GENERAL MUSIC TEACHING EMPHASIS - Elementary Music, Jr. High, Middle School General Music (Student and Advisor choose twelve hours from courses below which would best fulfill the student's needs.)

MUP Applied Performance (maximum of 4 hours) 1-4

MUS 660 Adv. Methods: Elementary General Music 3

MUS 560 Orff Schulwerk Workshop 1-3

MUS 561 Orff Schulwerk Certification 2-6

MUS 650 Music Education Workshop 1-3

MUS 766 Seminar in Music Education 3

MUS 664 Music and Special Learners 3

MUS 706 Music Learning and Behavior 3

CONDUCTING EMPHASIS - Instrumental or Choral (Student and advisor choose twelve hours from courses below which would best fulfill the student's needs.)

MUP Applied Performance (maximum of 4 hours) 1-4

MUP Secondary Applied Performance 1-2

MUS 680 Band History and Literature 3

MUS 622 Symphonic Literature 3

MUS 681 Advanced Rehearsal Techniques - Band 3

MUP 558 Conducting

or

MUP 658 Conducting (4 hours required) 1-4

MUS 660 Adv. Methods: Choral Techniques 3

MUS 570 Orchestration

or

MUS 571 Orchestration 2

MUS 684 Adv. String Methods & Materials 3

MUS 706 Music Learning and Behavior 3

DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS

The Doctor of Musical Arts program offers opportunity for fullest development as a performer, composer, or teacher of music performance or composition. Technical excellence is a prerequisite for admission into the program; doctoral study emphasizes work in adjunct areas of music, related fields, and research as they enhance and support the major area.

One foreign language, normally French or German, is required for all D.M.A. students. As a prerequisite for doctoral study, voice majors must have satisfied the foreign language requirement specified above for the Master of Music (Voice Performance) degree. If deficient, a student must enroll in language courses each semester of study until the deficiency is removed.

One lecture-recital and three formal recitals are required for performance majors and choral conducting majors. One lecture-recital and two formal recitals are required for instrumental conducting majors. The program content of the recitals will be established in cooperation with the student's Advisory Committee. With its approval, a program of chamber music, a concerto performance with orchestra, or a major role in an opera or oratorio may fulfill the requirement for one of the recitals. In lieu of a dissertation, a doctoral project will be required as an indication of the student's ability for scholarly study and research.

The Project for the D.M.A. in Performance will consist of two parts. Part 1 is a monograph that represents the culmination of a significant research project on a topic related to that of the lecture-recital. The monograph must be a well-reasoned, original contribution to the field of study, and should provide evidence of scholarly achievement. A D.M.A. monograph differs from a Ph.D. dissertation principally in that it may be of more restricted scope, and that it may take a more interpretive, synthetic, or practical approach than is usual for a dissertation. Part 2 consists of thoroughly researched and documented written discussions of the remaining repertoire used in fulfilling the performance requirements. The monograph and discussions of repertoire are to be approved by the Advisory Committee in the same manner as a Ph.D. dissertation. If the Major Professor of a student in a performance program is not a Full Member of the Graduate Faculty, another member of the Advisory Committee, who is a Full Member of the Graduate Faculty, shall serve as co-chair. If the major professor of a student in a performance program is not a member of the Graduate Faculty, a Full Member of the Graduate Faculty shall serve as chair and major academic professor; the performance teacher shall serve as an additional, non-voting member of the committee.

The Project for the D.M.A. in Composition will consist of two parts. Part 1 is a large-scale original composition. The candidate is responsible for arranging a public performance of the work. Part 2 is an in-depth analysis and discussion of the composition. The composition and in-depth written analysis and discussion are to be approved by the Advisory Committee in the same manner as a Ph.D. dissertation.

The minimum course requirements beyond the master's degree are as follows:

MUS 618 Research Methods* 3

Music History and Literature 9

Advanced Music Theory** 6

Performance Major 12

Minor (optional)*** 9

Total 30-39

DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS
(Voice Performance)

Research Methods (MUS 618)* 3

Music History and Literature (must include MUS 623*) 6

Advanced Music Theory** 6

Voice Performance 12

Performance Related Study: must include MUS 665*, 667*, and 620* and 6 credits of Directed Research in Vocal Literature (MUS 780) 6-15

Minor (Optional)*** 9

Total 33-51

DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS
(Choral Conducting)

Research Methods (MUS 618)* 3

Music History and Literature (must include MUS 625) 9

Advanced Music Theory** 6

Advanced Choral Methods (MUS 660) 3

Performance Major**** 12

Minor (Optional)*** 9

Total 33-42

DOCTOR OF MUSICAL ARTS
(Instrumental Conducting)

Research Methods (MUS 618)* 3

Music History and Literature (must include MUS 622 or
MUS 680) 9

Advanced Music Theory** 6

Advanced Rehearsal Techniques (MUS 681) 3

Performance Major (6 hours of MUP 658 and 6 hours of
MUP 758) 12

Minor (Optional)*** Total 33-42

*If not completed at the master's level.

**MUS 578 cannot be used to fulfill this requirement.

***The minor may be taken within or outside the School of Music, and is subject to the approval of the Advisory Committee and the chairman of the department concerned.

****Must include a minimum of 4 credits of MUP 758

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN MUSIC

The School of Music offers courses and research opportunities leading to the Ph.D. in music. Applicants must meet the entrance requirements of The Graduate School as well as those of the School of Music, and must show evidence of competence in musical performance. Applicants must submit a master's thesis or a research paper of sufficient scope and quality to demonstrate competence in research and clarity of expression. The basic core requirements beyond the master's degree are as follows:

Research Methods: MUS 618
(if not taken at themaster's level) 3

Music History and Literature beyond the master's 9

Advanced Music Theory beyond the master's* 6

Three seminars (minimum) beyond the master's Total 27

(24 hours if competency in Research Methods is accepted by the Musicology faculty.)

There is no specific requirement in a minor area, but such work may be required by a student's Advisory Committee if it is essential to the major research or field of concentration.

Satisfaction of language requirements will conform to The Graduate School policy; however, specific languages required will vary with individual options.

*MUS 578 cannot be used to fulfill this requirement.

The Ph.D. in music may be pursued in one of three areas: music education, music theory, or musicology. The program outline for each area beyond the core requirements is given below; the student's Advisory Committee advises on and plans the actual program of study.

MUSIC EDUCATION

Music in Higher Education (MUS 762)

Psychology of Music (MUS 770)

At least one graduate level course in statistics

A knowledge of acoustics (PHY 140 or equivalent), A knowledge of specialized research in music education (MUS 600 or equivalent). These requirements must be met by the end of the first year of doctoral study.

Additional courses in music education or adjunct subjects as recommended by the Advisory Committee.

MUSIC THEORY

Pedagogy of Theory (MUS 674)

Advanced Analytical Techniques (MUS 676)

History of Music Theory (MUS 678)

Additional courses in music theory or adjunct subjects as recommended by the Advisory Committee

A reading knowledge of French, German, or a language appropriate to the research interest

MUSICOLOGY

Medieval and Renaissance Notation (MUS 700)

Proseminar in Musicological Methods (MUS 703)

Additional courses in musicology or adjunct subjects as recommended by the Advisory Committee

A reading knowledge of at least two foreign languages, normally German and either French or Italian

In all cases, the foreign language requirement(s) must be met by the end of the first full year of study in the Ph.D. program. The student's Advisory Committee must be formed and appointed by the Dean of the Graduate School prior to advance registration for the student's third semester. The dissertation topic and prospectus must be approved by the Advisory Committee; the dissertation itself must be the result of original research which adds to or modifies what has previously been known on the subject. Qualifying examinations must be taken no later than one semester after the completion of course work. A student is admitted to candidacy for the Ph.D. degree only after meeting the language requirement(s) and passing the qualifying examinations.

COOPERATIVE PH.D. IN MUSICOLOGY

University of Kentucky
and
University of Louisville

A cooperative Ph.D. in Musicology is available from the University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville. The faculties and facilities of both universities are available to students on either campus. If the student is enrolled full-time at either university, courses from the other are available without charge.

Students interested in this program should contact the Associate Dean of the Graduate School, University of Louisville, or the Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Kentucky, School of Music, for further information. The general regulations for doctoral students at the University of Kentucky will apply.

Admission. Every applicant must be admitted to the graduate schools of BOTH universities. Official transcripts and GRE scores for students admitted to the University of Louisville will be sent to the Director of Graduate Studies, School of Music, University of Kentucky by the Graduate School, University of Louisville. Applicants may be admitted provisionally on the recommendation of the Director of Graduate Studies in Music at the University of Kentucky pending receipt of GRE scores and/or completion of the placement examination at the University of Louisville.

Language Requirements. The University of Louisville will notify the Director of Graduate Studies, University of Kentucky, that a student has completed the language requirements.

Residence Requirements. At least three regular courses must be taken at the University of Kentucky. Residence requirements may be satisfied at the University of Louisville, University of Kentucky, or a combination of both. A student must be in residence as a full-time student or the equivalent for a minimum of four semesters beyond the master's degree. At least two of these semesters must be consecutive and precede the qualifying examination.

The University of Louisville will notify the Director of Graduate Studies, University of Kentucky, (if residency is being fulfilled at the University of Louisville) of the intent to schedule the qualifying examination and confirm that the student meets pre-qualifying requirements. Each candidate for the doctorate fulfilling residency at the University of Kentucky must complete two semesters of full-time dissertation study immediately after the qualifying examination by registering for a total of 18 credit hours in MUS 769. The candidate must maintain candidacy by registering for MUS 769 or Music History 769 (zero credit) each semester thereafter until the dissertation is successfully defended.

Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee will be composed of six graduate faculty members, three from each institution.

Further information may be obtained from the University of Louisville Graduate School Bulletin.

CERTIFICATE IN MUSIC THEORY PEDAGOGY

The School of Music offers course work leading to the Certificate in Music Theory Pedagogy. The Certificate requires a total of 15 hours consisting of the following courses:

MUS 674 Theory Pedagogy (3)

MUS 675 Internship (3)

MUS 676 Advanced Analytic Techniques (3)

and

two elective theory courses selected from the following:

MUS 572 Counterpoint (3)

MUS 573 Counterpoint (3)

MUS 670 Musical Style I (3)

MUS 671 Musical Style II (3)

MUS 672 Musical Style III (3)

MUS 677 Contemporary Music Idioms (3)

MUS 678 History of Theory (3)

MUS 772 Seminar in Theory (3)

MUS 799 Independent Work in Music Theory (1-3)

The Certificate will be awarded upon completion of the requirements. Students working on the Certificate are expected to earn a grade of B or higher in each certificate requirement.

MUSIC COURSES

All music performance courses (MUP) may be repeated three times for credit. Music ensemble courses (MUC) may be repeated indefinitely.

All music performance courses carry from one to four credits during the fall and spring semesters. (Applied music offerings during the summer are limited.)

GRADUATE COURSES

MUC 570 ADVANCED CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLE (1)

MUC 596 OPERA WORKSHOP (1-3)

MUC 675 JAZZ ENSEMBLE (1)

MUC 689 WIND ENSEMBLE (1)

MUC 691 ORCHESTRA (1)

MUC 692 UNIVERSITY CHORISTERS (1)

MUP 501 PIANO (1-4)

MUP 502 VOICE (1-4)

MUP 503 ORGAN (1-4)

MUP 504 VIOLIN (1-4)

MUP 505 VIOLA (1-4)

MUP 506 CELLO (1-4)

MUP 507 STRING BASS (1-4)

MUP 508 FLUTE (1-4)

MUP 509 OBOE (1-4)

MUP 510 CLARINET (1-4)

MUP 511 BASSOON (1-4)

MUP 512 TRUMPET (1-4)

MUP 513 FRENCH HORN (1-4)

MUP 514 TROMBONE (1-4)

MUP 515 EUPHONIUM (1-4)

MUP 516 TUBA (1-4)

MUP 517 SAXOPHONE (1-4)

MUP 518 PERCUSSION (1-4)

MUP 519 HARP (1-4)

MUP 520 HARPSICHORD (1-4)

MUP 521 ENGLISH HORN (1-4)

MUP 522 HISTORICAL INSTRUMENTS (1-4)

MUP 523 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1-4)

MUP 530 VOCAL COACHING FOR SINGERS (1-3)

MUP 558 CONDUCTING (1-4)

MUP 601 PIANO (1-4)

MUP 602 VOICE (1-4)

MUP 603 ORGAN (1-4)

MUP 604 VIOLIN (1-4)

MUP 605 VIOLA (1-4)

MUP 606 CELLO (1-4)

MUP 607 STRING BASS (1-4)

MUP 608 FLUTE (1-4)

MUP 609 OBOE (1-4)

MUP 610 CLARINET (1-4)

MUP 611 BASSOON (1-4)

MUP 612 TRUMPET (1-4)

MUP 613 FRENCH HORN (1-4)

MUP 614 TROMBONE (1-4)

MUP 615 EUPHONIUM (1-4)

MUP 616 TUBA (1-4)

MUP 617 SAXOPHONE (1-4)

MUP 618 PERCUSSION (1-4)

MUP 619 HARP (1-4)

MUP 620 HARPSICHORD (1-4)

MUP 622 HISTORICAL INSTRUMENTS (1-4)

MUP 623 CLASSICAL GUITAR (1-4)

MUP 630 VOCAL COACHING FOR SINGERS (1-3)

MUP 658 CONDUCTING (1-4)

MUP 701 PIANO (1-4)

MUP 702 VOICE (1-4)

MUP 703 ORGAN (1-4)

MUP 704 VIOLIN (1-4)

MUP 705 VIOLA (1-4)

MUP 706 CELLO (1-4)

MUP 708 FLUTE (1-4)

MUP 709 OBOE (1-4)

MUP 710 CLARINET (1-4)

MUP 711 BASSOON (1-4)

MUP 712 TRUMPET (1-4)

MUP 713 FRENCH HORN (1-4)

MUP 714 TROMBONE 0 (1-4)

MUP 716 TUBA (1-4)

MUP 717 SAXOPHONE (1-4)

MUP 718 PERCUSSION (1-4)

MUP 730 VOCAL COACHING FOR SINGERS (1-3)

MUP 758 CONDUCTING (1-4)

MUS 400G MUSIC HISTORY REVIEW (3)

MUS 470G REVIEW OF HARMONY (1)

MUS 471G REVIEW OF AURAL SKILLS (1)

MUS 500 MUSIC OF THE MIDDLE AGES (3)

MUS 501 MUSIC OF THE RENAISSANCE (3)

MUS 502 MUSIC OF THE BAROQUE ERA (3)

MUS 503 MUSIC OF THE CLASSIC PERIOD (3)

MUS 504 MUSIC OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY (3)

MUS 505 MUSIC OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (3)

MUS 506 HISTORY OF AMERICAN MUSIC (3)

MUS 520 VOCAL SOLO LITERATURE (3)

MUS 521 ORGAN LITERATURE (3)

MUS 522 PIANO LITERATURE TO 1830 (3)

MUS 523 PIANO LITERATURE SINCE 1830 (3)

MUS 530 COLLEGIUM MUSICUM (1-3)

MUS 540 APPLICATIONS OF MUSIC TECHNOLOGY (3)

MUS 550 TOPICS IN MUSIC EDUCATION (SUBTITLE REQUIRED) (1-3)

MUS 560 ORFF SCHULWERK (1-3)

MUS 561 ORFF CERTIFICATION: LEVEL I, II, OR III (2)

MUS 566 PIANO PEDAGOGY (3)

MUS 570 ORCHESTRATION (2)

MUS 571 ORCHESTRATION (2)

MUS 572 COUNTERPOINT (3)

MUS 573 COUNTERPOINT (3)

MUS 574 COMPOSITION (2)

MUS 575 COMPOSITION (2)

MUS 578 ANALYSIS AND STYLE SURVEY (3)

MUS 600 RESEARCH I (3)

MUS 601 FOUNDATIONS IN MUSIC EDUCATION (3)

MUS 618 RESEARCH METHODS (3)

MUS 620 ADVANCED VOCAL REPERTORY (SUBTITLE REQUIRED) (3)

MUS 622 SYMPHONIC LITERATURE (3)

MUS 623 OPERA LITERATURE I (3)

MUS 624 CHAMBER MUSIC LITERATURE (3)

MUS 625 CHORAL LITERATURE (3)

MUS 627 OPERA LITERATURE II (3)

MUS 650 MUSIC EDUCATION WORKSHOP (1-4)

MUS 660 ADVANCED MUSIC EDUCATION METHODS AND MATERIALS (SUBTITLE REQUIRED) (3)

MUS 664 MUSIC AND SPECIAL LEARNERS (3)

MUS 665 PHYSIOLOGY AND FUNCTIONING OF THE SINGING VOICE (3)

MUS 667 MATERIALS, TECHNIQUES AND LITERATURE OF VOICE TEACHING (3)

MUS 670 MUSICAL STYLE I (3)

MUS 671 MUSICAL STYLE II (3)

MUS 672 MUSICAL STYLE III (3)

MUS 673 ADVANCED COMPOSITION (2)

MUS 674 PEDAGOGY OF THEORY (3)

MUS 675 INTERNSHIP IN THEORY PEDAGOGY (1)

MUS 676 ADVANCED ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (3)

MUS 677 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IDIOMS (3)

MUS 678 HISTORY OF THEORY (3)

MUS 680 BAND HISTORY AND LITERATURE (3)

MUS 684 ADVANCED STRING METHODS AND MATERIALS (3)

MUS 690 TOPICS IN MUSICOLOGY (SUBTITLE REQUIRED) (3)

MUS 694 INTERNSHIP IN SACRED MUSIC (1)

MUS 695 INDEPENDENT WORK IN MUSIC (1-3)

MUS 700 MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE NOTATION (3)

MUS 702 SEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGY (3)

MUS 703 PROSEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGICAL METHODS (3)

MUS 704 MUSIC TECHNOLOGIES (3)

MUS 705 RESEARCH II (3)

MUS 706 MUSIC LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR (3)

MUS 707 TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS IN MUSIC (3)

MUS 719 INDEPENDENT WORK IN MUSICOLOGY (1-3)

MUS 748 MASTER'S THESIS RESEARCH (0)

MUS 749 DISSERTATION RESEARCH (0)

MUS 762 MUSIC IN HIGHER EDUCATION (3)

MUS 766 SEMINAR IN MUSIC EDUCATION (3)

MUS 767 INDEPENDENT WORK IN MUSIC EDUCATION (1-3)

MUS 768 RESIDENCE CREDIT FOR THE MASTER'S DEGREE (1-6)

MUS 769 RESIDENCE CREDIT FOR DOCTOR'S DEGREE (1-12)

MUS 770 PSYCHOLOGY OF MUSIC (3)

MUS 772 SEMINAR IN THEORY (3)

MUS 780 DIRECTED RESEARCH IN VOCAL LITERATURE (1-3)

MUS 799 INDEPENDENT WORK IN MUSIC THEORY (1-3)

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