Note: This degree has been temporarily suspended during the transition from quarters to semesters.
The undergraduate curriculum in Music History and Literature is designed to provide a broad foundation in music history, theory, performance, and research in music for students interested in pursuing these and related areas at the graduate level. While diversified in its academic and performance components, the curriculum sufficiently emphasizes each and prepares the student for specialization at higher degree levels.
For additional information about the program, please contact:Associate Director
The Master of Music degree in Music History and Literature requires a minimum of 45 quarter hours of graduate work. The program of study includes a variety of course offerings that enables the graduate student to design a program suited to his or her individual professional needs.
The M.M. in Music History and Literature requires a written thesis. In addition, the student is required to demonstrate reading ability in at least one foreign language. An oral examination of the degree candidate is a requirement in the degree program. Students applying for entrance into the Master of Music program in Music History and Literature should submit an original, scholarly paper on a topic related to the proposed major field of study.
For a detailed look at the Music History and Literature degree program, please click here.
For additional information about the program, please contact:
Dr. Richard Wetzel
Professor of Music History