This program provides students the opportunities to develop their conducting and rehearsal techniques, explore a large body of literature, refine skills in music analysis and score preparation, and expand their knowledge of music history and theory.
Effective Spring 2012
|MU 517||Analytic Techniques I||2|
|MU 518||Analytic Techniques II||3|
|MU 555||Choral Techniques, Style, and Interpretation||3|
|MU 556||Advanced Instrumental Conducting and Techniques||3|
|MU 566||Choral Literature-Renaissance and Baroque||2|
|MU 567||Choral Literature-1750 to Present||2|
|MU 630||Methods of Music Research||3|
|MU 671||Graduate Recital||1|
|MU 696I||Group Study: Performance 1||2|
|MU ***::Music History 1||6|
|Program Total Credits:||32|
A minimum of 32 credits are required to complete this program.
Specific courses will be approved by the student’s graduate committee. Students may be required to take additional course work as determined by diagnostic examinations and/or their graduate committee.
Students are encouraged to take a minimum of 2 credits in their applied area (MU 672A-V)