The Doctor of Musical Arts curriculum (D.M.A.) is a rigorous and selective program intended for performer-scholars who combine the highest standards in their major area, with proven accomplishments in musicology and music theory. It is designed to provide professional musicians with the necessary knowledge and skills for artistic, cultural, social, and educational leadership. The D.M.A. degree is offered in performance (which includes all areas of solo performance, conducting, collaborative piano, and jazz), composition (classical and jazz), and music theory. NEC's goal is to enroll a small class each year in order to ensure the highest degree of flexibility and individual attention. Additional information is available in the D.M.A. Handbook.

Woodwinds - Doctor of Musical Arts
credits
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Saxophone 
Studio
16
Allied Performance Studies
2
Doctoral Seminars
MHST 901 (first semester), 902
THYG 901, 902
12
Electives*18
Recitals9
Research Project3
Total Credits60
*6 credits must be taken with Music History or Theory faculty who also teach DMA seminars.  

2009-11-06


WITHOUT CRAFTSMANSHIP, INSPIRATION IS A MERE REED SHAKEN IN THE WIND. JOHANNES BRAHMS