Musicology Department

Courses

M600-M700 Courses

MUS M601 Masters Seminar in Musicology: Variable Topics (3 cr.) P: Consent of instructor. For MA students in musicology. Formal research paper required. Taken ordinarily in the spring semester of the first year. May be taken more than once for credit toward MA.

M602 Seminar in Musicology: Variable Topics (3 cr.) P: consent of instructor. For advanced students in musicology and music theory. Formal research paper required. May be taken more than once for credit toward Ph.D.

Recent M602 Offerings:
Instrumental Mimesis 1580-1720
Music & Politics in Europe
Musical Borrowing & Reworking
The Leonore Operas
J.S. Bach, Mass in B minor
Music Collectorship
Counterculture
Chopin
Charles Ives

M603 Methods of Musical Scholarship: Variable Topics (3 cr.) P: consent of instructor. For advanced students in musicology and music theory. May be taken more than once for credit toward the Ph.D.

Recent M603 Offerings:
Intensive Writing
Baroque Opera: Manuscript, Image & Representation
Ethnography
Gender | Voice | Aesthetics
Music & Digital Humanities

M604 Qualifying Exam Tutorial (3 cr.) Establishing of qualifying examination areas, the compiling of reading and repertory lists, and the first stages of examination study under faculty supervision. Ordinarily taken in the fall of the third year (for students admitted with an MA) or in the spring of the third year (for students admitted from a bachelor’s degree).

M605 Qualifying Exam and Dissertation Area Tutorial (3 cr.) Intensive study under faculty supervision, and written and oral qualifying examinations. Ordinarily taken in the spring of the third year (for students admitted with an MA) or in the fall of the fourth year (for students admitted from a bachelor’s degree).

M650 Music in the United States (3 cr.) P: Music History Review for Graduate Students II and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M651 Medieval Music (3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M652 Renaissance Music (3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M653 Music of the Baroque Period (3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M654 Classic Music (3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M655 Romantic Music
(3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M656 Modern Music (3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

MUS M657 Music Since 1960 (3 cr.) P: M501 Proseminar in Music History and Literature and T508 Written Music Theory Review for Graduate Students, or equivalents.

M698 Individual Seminar in Musicology (3 cr.) P: Consent of instructor. For advanced students in musicology and music history. Formal research paper required. May be taken more than once for credit toward the Ph.D.

M700 Dissertation in Musicology (cr. arr.)*

* The course numbers marked with asterisks do not meet requirements for either a major or minor in music history and literature.