Two Year Degree (49-27)
The following guide serves as a typical program of study (assuming no remedial work is necessary) upon which the Supervisory Committee develops each graduate student's particular program of study. It is the responsibility of the Supervisory Committee to assure an appropriate program of study for each student. It is within the Committee's purview to require additional courses that are not listed below, to substitute particular courses for others listed below, and to tailor the program to the needs of the student in anyway that it deems educationally mandated. The student needs to be certain that he/she is working directly with the Committee, and choosing courses that reflect the Committee's suggestions and requirements, at all times. For entrance requirements, please see the Introduction to the School of Music booklet or our website: (http://music.washington.edu/advising). A minimum of 45 credits is required for the degree (at least 30 of these credits must be taken at the University of Washington). The distribution of credits is given below.
|Major Area: 27|
|Enroll in performance study (private lessons) for 18 credits or until performance requirements are satisfied:|
|Pass a jury at the end of each year of private instruction unless a jury-approved recital has been completed|
|Enroll in an ensemble each quarter private lessons are taken:|
|Complete a master’s recital prior to the master’s exam:|
|Other Studies: 21|
|Complete coursework appropriate to the degree:|
|Complete MUSAP 235 (2 credits) or pass a piano proficiency exam at the equivalent level|
Total Credits: 48
- Master’s Examination:
- Non-thesis: Pass an oral master’s examination conducted by your Supervisory Committee. A student may sign up for MUSIC 600 with a committee member or Supervisory Committee Chairperson in order to prepare for the exam.
Maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better. Only grades of 2.7 and above may be counted toward fulfilling graduate requirements. Complete all requirements for the master's degree within six years of entering the program. All graduate students must be familiar with the content of The University of Washington General Catalog Graduate Degree Policies. A student must satisfy the requirements for the degree that are in force at the time the degree is to be awarded.
*MUSIC 400, 401, 402, 403, 410, 470, 471, 472, 487, 490, 526, 527, 528, 570, 571, 572, 573, 574, 575, 576, 577