Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating from this program will:
- Students will refine their musical voice as creative artists, and their skills as collaborators with performers and generative artists.
- Students will demonstrate their mastery of technical skills in music composition, analysis, and of style, genre and media.
- Students will demonstrate active participation in the global community of composition with performances, commissions, presentations and prizes illustrated by submission to "calls for scores".
- Students will master their ability to speak and write about their music and the music of their time.
|Conservatory 5500-5600||Music Theory (three courses)||9|
|Conservatory 5500-5600||Music History (three courses) 1||9|
|CONSVTY 5593||Introduction To Research And Bibliography In Music||3|
|Take the following course 3 times:||9|
|CONSVTY 5533||Advanced Composition||3|
|or CONSVTY 5534||Advanced Electronic Music Composition|
|CONSVTY 5699||Dissertation Research 2||6|
|Area of Concentration 3||11|
All doctoral students are required to complete three graduate music history courses. One must be a period course (CONSVTY 5555 - CONSVTY 5559B), one must be a seminar course, and the remaining course may be either. Any substitutions must be approved by the music history faculty.
An extended work in a format approved by the composition faculty. Two copies of the full score must be placed in the Conservatory Library.
The area of concentration is developed by the student with guidance and approval of the supervisory committee as part of the planned program. Examples include Applied Music/Ensemble Performance, Music Scholarship, Conducting (Choral and/or Instrumental), Music Technology and interdisciplinary courses.