MUSICOL 591 - Musicol Thesis
Section: 001
Term: FA 2018
Subject: Music History and Musicology (MUSICOL)
Department: Music School
2 - 6
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Master's students only.
May be repeated for credit.

THIRD-TERM REVIEW: RESEARCH PAPER. Beginning in the second term and extending into the third term, a student will develop the topic for his or her third-term paper. In consultation with members of the faculty, the student will chose a research topic that will be original in material or in approach, and will demonstrate the student’s ability to pursue a rigorous program of research and writing reflecting contemporary scholarly paradigms. The recommended length for this paper is 35-40 pages of prose, in addition to the bibliography, with appendices, musical examples or transcriptions as needed. Three copies of the paper are to be submitted to the departmental Director of Graduate Studies by September 15 (or the first business day thereafter) of the second year of study. After faculty critique, a revised version will be submitted six weeks thereafter.

MUSICOL 591 - Musicol Thesis
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