Professional Strategies and Skills

MUSI
GR
6000
Course Level: 
Graduate
Prerequisites: 
Permission of instructor
Credits: 
3

This course consolidates two components of the systematic professional training and pedagogical formation of graduate students in the Department of Music. G6000 is taught by the chair of the Core Curriculum course, Masterpieces of Western Music (Music Humanities). The course streamlines the process by which students in the four different doctoral degree programs (historical musicology, ethnomusicology, theory, and composition) are trained to teach their own sections of Music Humanities. Students also learn about applying for academic positions, preparing curriculum vitae, submitting journal articles,  preparing book proposals, and other professional skills.

Current / Future Offerings

Spring 2018 – Section 001

Call Number: 
29602
Day & Time: 
F 12:10pm-2:00pm
Location: 
620 Dodge
Instructor: 

Past Offerings

Fall 2016 – Section 001

Day & Time: 
F 12:10pm-2:00pm
Location: 
620 Dodge Hall
Instructor: