|MUSC 771||Music Research and Bibliography||3|
|Music History and Literature|
|Selected from the following including at lease one doctoral level seminar:||9|
|European Music before 1500|
|Music of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries|
|Music of the Eighteenth Century|
|Music of the Nineteenth Century|
|Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Music|
|History of Jazz|
|Perspectives of Musicology and Ethnomusicology|
|Selected from the following including at least one doctoral level seminar:|
|Upper Division Composition|
|Analysis of Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Music|
|Analysis of Twentieth Century Art Music|
|Electronic Music-Digital Audio|
|Pedagogy of Theory|
|Compositional Techniques in Contemporary Music|
|Doctoral Recital (Minimum of 12 credits required)|
|Research (Minimum of 2 credits required)|
|Master Class in Applied Repertoire||6|
|Master Class in Applied Repertoire: Keyboard (Repeated)|
|Written Qualifying Examination|
|Comprehensive Oral Qualifying Examination|
|Final Oral Examination of Research and Performance of Final Recital|
Major Learning Outcomes
Students who earn graduate degrees in Collaborative Piano will develop:
- Advanced competencies in vocal and/or instrumental collaboration.
- Knowledge and skills in one or more fields of music outside the major such as theory, history, musicology, ethnomusicology, and performance.
- Knowledge of repertory and historical performance practices.
- Language diction competencies.
- Competencies in chamber music.