Bachelor of Music in Musicology

Designed for students who wish to teach music history; to work in radio, television or journalism; or to pursue an advanced degree at a later time. Applicants should have several years of study on a principal instrument or voice. Experience in orchestral and chamber music is desirable; piano study is recommended.

Curriculum

The Bachelor of Music in Musicology requires a minimum 120 credits: coursework is 75% within SMTD and 25% within the liberal arts. Students will elect one of the three following curricula with SMTD coursework to include:

Music History

  • Private lessons
  • Music Theory
  • Musicology
  • Piano Ensemble participation

Ethnomusicology

  • Private lessons
  • Music Theory
  • Musicology
  • Piano Ensemble participation

Early Music

  • Private lessons
  • Music Theory (including counterpoint)
  • Musicology
  • Piano Ensemble participation (including Early Music Ensemble)

Silent Advisor

Degree requirements and term-by-term layout for current students.

Faculty


Mark Clague

Interim Executive Director, U-M Arts Initiative; Professor of Music; Director of U-M Gershwin Initiative; Co-Editor-in-Chief MUSA

Gabriela Cruz

Chair of Musicology and Associate Professor of Music

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