The Master of Music curriculum focuses on studio and ensemble work, supplemented by academic course requirements in musicology and music theory, as well as electives. Additional study is provided through frequent masterclasses, guest artists, and repertoire classes.

Strings - Master of Music
credits
Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Double Bass 
Studio
STR 500
16
Ensemble
ORCH 510
4
Musicology
2
Theoretical Studies
 2
Musicology or Theoretical Studies Elective2
Chamber Music*
Double bass: CHM 520 or STR 530T
Violin, viola, and violoncello: CHM 520
 3
Electives**
12
Recital2
Total Credits43
*Recommended for the first three semesters
**Six elective credits must be in Supportive Studies: foreign languages strongly recommended in German/Italian/French

Additional Requirements:
1) Part-time students registered for studio or beyond-degree studio are required to participate in ensemble (see Beyond-Degree Studio)
2) Promotional at the end of the first year (STR 595)

 

Strings - Master of Music
credits
Guitar 
Studio
STR 500
16

Guitar
STR 583T-584T

2
Musicology
4
Theoretical Studies
 4
Chamber Music
CHM 520 or STR 540T
 2
Electives*
12
Recital
STR 699
2
Total Credits42
*Six elective credits must be in Supportive Studies

Additional Requirements:
1) Promotional at the end of the first year (STR 595)

 

Strings - Master of Music
credits
Harp 
Studio
STR 500
16
Ensemble
ORCH 510
4
Repertoire
STR 579T
1
Musicology
4
Theoretical Studies
 4
Electives*
12
Recital
STR 699
2
Total Credits43
*Six elective credits must be in Supportive Studies

Additional Requirements:
1) Promotional at the end of the first year (STR 595)
3) Recital in second year

2012-08-02


MUSIC IS THE SILENCE BETWEEN THE NOTES. CLAUDE DEBUSSY