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Graduate Bulletin 1999-2001

MUSIC

DEAN AND GRADUATE CHAIR: Edward J. Kvet, Jr., D.M.E.
ASSOCIATE DEAN: Anthony Decuir, Ph.D.
PROFESSORS: L. Dean Angeles, Anthony Decuir, Philip Frohnmayer, Joseph Hebert, Edward Kvet, John Mahoney, John Murphy, David Swanzy
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: Darlene Brooks, Tony Dagradi, Sanford Hinderlie, William Horne, Gwen Hotchkiss, H. Jac McCracken, Harry McMurray, Janna Saslaw
ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: Ellen Frohnmayer, Margaret Hulley, James MacKay, Allen Nisbet
DIRECTOR OF OPERA WORKSHOP: David Morelock
EMERITUS: Janet Swanzy
CONRAD N. HILTON EMINENT SCHOLAR AND PROFESSOR IN MUSIC BUSINESS: Scott Fredrickson

The College of Music offers three graduate degrees: the master of music in performance (voice, piano, organ, woodwind, brass, percussion or stringed instruments); the master of music education; and the master of music therapy.

The degree, master of music in performance, is designed for students who wish to become professional performers or who wish to teach applied music at an advanced level.

The master of music education degree is designed primarily for active members of the elementary or secondary teaching professions who wish to enhance their professional and artistic preparation. The intent of the degree is the overall development of academic and leadership capabilities.

The music therapy department offers a program of graduate study designed to provide opportunity to achieve advanced professional, research and musical knowledge. In addition, techniques of scholarly writing and research are emphasized.


1999-2001 Graduate Bulletin

Posted online on October 19, 2001