Music Education, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The Doctor of Philosophy degree requires the satisfactory completion of a significant body of coursework that, in the student's and Graduate Advisor's judgement, prepares the student for the preliminary examination that leads to admission to candidacy, as well as certain specific courses required in each area of specialization. A grade of B- or better is required in all courses used to fulfill requirements for the degree. A dissertation (whether written, or in project form) is required for all doctoral degrees in music. A Principal Advisor for the dissertation will be chosen by the student and the academic advisor; the Principal Advisor and the student will then nominate the remaining members of the dissertation committee. The student must submit a detailed Prospectus of the dissertation to the members of the dissertation committee and the Graduate Director, and must be admitted to candidacy prior to the approval of the dissertation committee by the Graduate School. The dissertation must be successfully defended before the entire dissertation committee. The Doctor of Philosophy degree requires a Written Dissertation.
The Ph.D. in Music Education requires a minimum of 48 credits beyond the master's degree, including 12 credits of MUED899.
|MUED780||Seminar in Music Teacher Education||3|
|MUED697||Curriculum & Assessment in Music Education||3|
|MUED790||Design and Analysis of Research in Music Education||3|
|MUED729||Doctoral Colloquium in Music Education||3|
|Additional 600-level MUED course||3|
|Music Academic Core||6|
|Advanced Research Methods||6|
|Cognate Outside of Music||6|
|Dissertation Research Requirements|