The University of Oregon offers a Doctor of Philosophy in Data-Driven Music Performance and Composition, Music Composition, Music Education, Music Theory, and Musicology.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Understand the theories and methodologies of musicology or ethnomusicology.
- Perform bibliography, research, and analytic techniques.
- Read in appropriate foreign languages.
- Have writing skills.
Doctor of Philosophy in Musicology Requirements
|MUS 614||Introduction to Musicology||4|
|MUS 629||Repertoire and Analysis||3|
|MUE 641||College Music Teaching||3|
|Music in Historic Era - select two from the following:||6|
|Music in the Middle Ages|
|Music in the Renaissance|
|Music in the Baroque Era|
|Music in the Classical Period|
|Music in the Romantic Era|
|Music in the 20th Century|
|Non-Music Courses 1||8|
|Research Development Courses 2||6-8|
|MUE 639||Pedagogy and Practicum: [Topic]||3|
|MUS 551||Introduction to Ethnomusicology||4|
|MUS 643||Notation of Medieval and Renaissance Music||3|
|Historical Performance Practices - select one from the following:||3|
|Historical Performance Practices I|
|Historical Performance Practices II|
|Historical Performance Practices III|
|MUS 691||Collegium Musicum||1-3|
|Five Musicology Seminars||20|
|Graduate Seminar in Musicology: [Topic]|
|Seminar in Ethnomusicology: [Topic]|
|Tonal Analysis/History of Theory - select two from the following:||6|
|Tonal Analysis: Linear Prolongational Analysis|
|Tonal Analysis: Form in Tonal Music|
|Tonal Analysis: Analysis of Popular Music|
|History of Theory I|
|History of Theory II|
|History of Theory III|
|Final Lecture and Oral Defense of Dissertation|
Chosen in consultation with faculty advisor. These courses are intended to assist with content creation of the final dissertation.
Chosen in consultation with faculty advisor. These courses are intended to prepare students for the research and writing/creation of the final dissertation.