Checklist of information sources for new candidates

Our graduate musicology program is relatively small: typically 10-15 musicology grad students in residence at a given time. We have students concentrating on thesis/dissertation topics covering a wide range, from ancient to modern, and also including non-traditional, ethnographic, and cross-disciplinary studies.

Our teaching staff is Dr Smith, Professor Mariani, Dr Cimarusti, and Dr Jocoy; find the faculty bios at:
http://www.depts.ttu.edu/music/AreasofStudy/Musicology.asp


The graduate handbook, which includes detailed information on Master's/Musicology and PhD Fine Arts (Musicology emphasis), is at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/music/Admissions/GraduateDegreePrograms.asp

Here is the link to home page for the Fine Arts PhD: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/fadp/Majors/MusicMajor.asp


Here is a link describing the PhD requirements:
http://ttumusicology.wikispaces.com/PhD+Requirements


Here is a link describing the Master's requirements:
http://ttumusicology.wikispaces.com/MM+Requirements


A description of available teaching-assistantships is at: http://ttumusicology.wikispaces.com/Brief+description+of+assistanceships; Dr Stoune can share information on campus-wide funding that is available.


Here is a link on funding resources nationwide, compiled by our Dr Jocoy:
http://ttumusicology.wikispaces.com/Funding+resources+for+Musicology+grad+students


GRE is required (by the university). Dr Stoune can tell you more.