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Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate Studies 63750061975006977500:6997510:6_75006267500627Theory and PedagogyAdvanced Problems 1n MusicMaster's Thes1sEnsemble (partidpation 1n two ensembles sequences)MUSIC TypographyComputer Stud1o Des1gn• Electives- 0-2 credits.To be selected by the student and adviser.Degree Total: 32-36 credits.Performance Option in Accompanying• Music core courses - Eight credits (to be selected):7500:555 Advanced Conducting: Instrumental 27500:566 Advanced Conducting: Choral 27500:615 Mus1cal Styles and Analysis I (Chant through Palestrina) 27500:616 Musical Styles and Analys1s II (Baroque through early Beethoven) 27500:617 Mus1cal Styles and Analysis Ill (late Beethoven through Mahler/Strauss) 27500:618 Musical Styles and Analysis IV (20th Century) 27500:621 Music H1story Survey: Middle Ages and Rena1ssance 27500:622 Mus1c HIStory Survey. Baroque 27500:623 Mus1c History Survey: Classic and Romantic 27500.624 Mus1c H1story Survey: 20th Century 2• Major required courses - 23-26 credits:Select e1ther 7500·562 or 7500:6337500:562 Reperto~re and Pedagogy: Organ 3or7500:633 Teach1ng and Literature Piano and Harpsichord 27500:640 Advanced Accompanying I 17500:641 Advanced Accompanying II 17500 642 Advanced Accompanying Ill 17500:643 Advanced Accompanying IV 17500:666 Advanced Song Literature 37500:698 Graduate Rec1tal Ito be completed 1n a m1n1mum oftwo performance medial 27510:614 Keyboard Ensemble (participatiOn 1n two ensembles requ~redl** 247510:618 Small Ensemble- Mixed 27520:6- Applied Music (plano, organ and/or harps1dhordl 8• Additional music courses -two to three credits.Graduate-level (music) courses, advanced problems, workshops and/or appliedlessons, to be selected by the student and adviser.• Elective -two credits.244-6232Areas may include graduate-level courses in other disciplines, such as theatrearts, for which the student obtains permission of instructor, or additional musiccourses, as determined by the student and adviser.Degree total: 33-36 creditsNote: A mint mum pronunciation prof1ctency is required in Italian, German and Frendl. If the student lacksbackground 1n any of these language requirements, completion of undergraduate courses IS requiredAll candidates for this degree must accompany a min1mum of three solo ensemble recitals (instrumentaland vocal). These can be done as part of 7500·697**Two semesters ensemble part1cipat1on requtred for degrees completed 1n two semesters. Foursemesters ensemble partiCipation required for degrees completed in four semestersPerformance Option in Winds, String Percussion• Music core courses: eight credits to be selected):7500:555 Advanced Conduct1ng: Instrumental 27500:556 Advanced Conducting: Choral 27500:615 Musical Styles and Analys1s I (Chant through Palestrina) 27500:616 Musical Styles and Analysis II (Baroque through early Beethoven) 27500·.617 Mus1cal Styles and Analys1s Ill (Late Beethoven through Mahler/Strauss) 27500:621 Mus1c H1story Survey: Middle Ages and Renaissance 27500:622 Music History Survey: Baroque 27500:623 Music HistorySurvey· Classic and RomantiC 27500:624 Music History Survey: 20th Century• Major required courses- 16-18 credits:7500:618 Musical Styles and Analysis IV (20th Century)- 27510:6- Ensemble (participation in two ensembles requ~redl** 247520:6- Applied Mus1c (select appropriate Instrument) 8• Select one of the following as appropriate to major instrument:7500:630 Teachrng and Literature: Brass Instruments7500:631 Teaching and Literature: Woodwind Instruments7500:632 Teaching and Literature: Percuss1on Instruments7500:634 Teaching and Literature: Stnng Instruments7500:698 Graduate Recital• Additional music courses - six credits*2222Graduate-level (music) workshoPs, applied lessons, advanced problems and/orcourses to be selected by studem and aav1ser.• Electives- four credrts *Areas may include graduate-level courses 1n other drscipl~r.es, such as theatrearts, in which the student obtains permiss1on of instructor, or add1tional musiccourses, as determ1ned by the student ann adviser.Degree total: 34-36 credits.Note: No more than a total of 16 cred1ts of 7520 courses may be appl1ed to thedegree.Performance Option in Voice• Music core courses: eight cred1ts ito be selected!·7500:555 Advanced Conducting Instrumental7500:556 Advanced7500.615 Mt_,slcal Styles and i 1 ,Chdl-,t t:lmug~i Paiestillla)7500:616 Mus1cal Styles and l\nalys1s II 27500:617 Mus1cal Styles and Analys1s Ill lute throJgh Mar,ler/Strauss 1 27500 621 Mus:c I-' I Story Survey Mddle Ages and ReiV:lrssance 27500·622 Mus1c riistory Survey: Baroque 27500·623 MusiC Hrs'!ory s ... nvey ClasSIC G'"'d ROI"'71dr111C 27500 624 Mus1c H1story Survey 20th Centc.'Y• Major required courses- 20-22 c1ed1ts7500:618 Mus1cal Styles and Analys1s i\/ (20th Century)7500·665 Vocal Pedagogy7500:666 .1'\cLanced Song L1te:ot:HF7500:698 Graduilte ReCital7510·6-- Ensembe (particrpatron ::1 two er;~,e:r1b1es requ;red)'"""7520 624 Appl1ec 1 /o1ce• Additional mus1c courses- two cred1ts (suggested rnnimun1).Graduate-level (rnusic) courses. workshops, advanood problems and/ol· appl1edlessons, to be selected by student and adv1ser• ElectiVes -four credr:sAreas may include graduate-level courses 1n other d1scipl1nes, such as theatrearts, in which the student obta1ns perrr1iSS1on of 1nstnuctor, or additional musiccourses, as determined by the student and ildvrser.Degree total: 34-36 cred1tsPerformance Option in Keyboard• Music core courses: e1ght credits (to be selected):7500:555 Advanced CO'lductlng7500:556 Advanced7500.615 Musical Styles and I rChEW•t through F'alestnna)7500:616 M•Js:cal St·;les ar'ld D,..-..a 1 vs ~, 117500:617 Mus1cal Styles and Analys~::., lllr,Ldte ~hrurgi'7500:621 Mus1c History Survey. Middle Ages and Rena1ssance7500 622 Mus1c ~rstorv S~rvev Baroque7500 623 Mus1c rirstory Surwy Class1c and Romar.tiC7500:624 Mus1c H1story Survey 20tr, Century• Major required courses - 18-21 credits·7500·618 Musical Styles and AnalysiS 1\' 120111 C:en'cciiY!!Select e11he~ 7500·5rl2 O' 750U 633\7500 562 Reper-to1re and Pedagogy Orqdr~75006337500 69775006987510 61475206-01Teach',,...,Q cmd L~teratur e P1arloAdvanced Problems 1n Mus1cGraduate RecrtalKeyboard Ensemble (pari:IC:IPC:ltiC.'": In ei'S8Plbles requ;~edl~ *Applied Mus1c 1p1ano, organ cJnu/or harp01chordl• Addit1onal music courses- three to four credrts.Graduate-level (musrc) courses, advanceo problems, workshops and/or appliedlessons, to be selected by the student and adv1ser.• Electives -four credits.Areas may 1nclude graduate level courses in othe1· drsciplines, sud1 as theatrearts, for wh1ch the student obtarns perm1ssion of rnst1·uctor. or additional rnusiccourses, as determined by the student and adv1s81'.Degree total 34-36 credits.*It IS recommended that each stuoent'~~ ~Jrad1JatP cor-nrr1,ttec recor-nmend t~->.e ap~roprrate electrvecred1ts"*Two semesters ensembie partrcrpa~1onsemesters ensemble partiCipatron20L.2J32248222222222-48+nr aeg:-~:es co~-,pleteo rn sen1ssiers Fourdeqrees cornpleterJ rn four sernester-s

64 The University of AkronTheory Option• Music core courses- SIX credits (to be selected):7500:553 Bibliography and Research 27500:555 Advanced Conducting. Instrumental 27500:556 Advanced Conducting Choral 27500:621 Mus1c History Survey. Middle /lges and Rena1ssance 27500:622 Mus,c History Survey Baroque 27500:623 Mus1c History Survey: ClaSSIC and Romact1c 27500:624 Mus1c History Survey. 20th Century 2• Major required courses - 26-28 cred1ts7500:615 Mus1cal Styles and Analys1s I (Chant through Palestnnal 27500:616 Mus1cal Styles and Analys,s II !Baroque through early Beethoven) 27500:617 Mus1cal Styles and Analys1s Ill (Late Beethoven throcgh tv1ahler/Straussl 27500:618 Mus1cal Styles and Analysis IV (20th Century) 27500:619 Theory and Pedagogy 27500:697 Advanced Problems 1n Mus1c 87500:699 Master's Thesis 4-67510 6- Ensemble lpartic1pat1on 1n two ensembles requ~red)*' 27520:642 Appl1ed Composition 2• Additional music courses -zero to two credits.Graduate-level (music) workshops, applied music iother than compositim),advanced problems, and/or courses to be selected by student and adviser• Elect1ves- zero to two credits.To be selected by student and adviser. Areas include graduate-level courses inother disciplines in whioh student obta1ns permission of instructor or 7520:642Applied Composition.Degree total 34-36 credits."**Two semesters ensemble partlc1pat1on requ1red tor degrees completed 1n two semesters Foursemesters ensemble part1c1pation requ1red for degrees completed 1n four semestersCommunicationThe Sohool of Communication offers the master of arts degree in a coordinatedprogram of communication arts.Entrance requirements:• Meet the general requ1rements for admission to the Graduate Sohool.• Possess an undergraduate major in commun1cation, JOUrnalism or a related field;or, complete at least 15 semester credits of undergraduate communicationcoursework approved by the departmentProgram requirements:• Complete 36 credits, distributed as follows:School core courses- 12 credits:76006007600 603760062476006257600 670Introduction to Graduate Study 1n Commun1cat1onEmp1ncal Researdltn Commun1cat1onSurvey of Commun1cat1on TheoryorThemes of Mass CommunicationCommun1cation Cnt1c1smSchool coursework- 12 cred1ts.Graduate elect1ves - 6 credits.Thesis (699) or Project/Production (698) - 6 credits.Total- 36 credits.• Comprehensive examination required for students not pursuing a thesis, pro­Ject, or production after 24 credits of coursework, Including all core courses.• Advancement to candidacy. Registration for six (61 credits of Thes1s (699) or Pro­Ject/Production (698).• Presentation and defense of a thesis/prOject/productiOn:The thesis, proJeCt, or production requ1rement is designed to be the culminationof the student's academic program and Involves the conceptualization, designand execution of an academic, practical, or aesthetic problem in a manner whiohrequires a high level of substantive, methodological, techn1cal, and written skills.These skills may be demonstrated in any of the three types of actiVIties,depending on the student's background and career orientationTheatre ArtsThe Sohool of Dance, Theatre, and Arts AdministratiOn offers a master of artsdegree. The following will qualify the student in the field of theatre.• Complete the general requirements for admission to the Graduate School.• Complete an undergraduate major in the area of proposed graduate work orequ1valent work as approved by the coordinator of the graduate theatre program33333• Complete an oral defense of the thesis or thesis projectContinuous Enrollment Requirement: Regarding the completion of 7800:699Master's Thes1s, students must enroll for one credit of 7800 690 eaoh Fall andSpring semester until the thesis project is completed (approved).Theatre OptionComplete a min1mum of 36 credits distributed as follows:• School core courses - 24 credits:7800:600 Introduction to Graduate Stud1es7800:641 Problems in Directing7800:645 Sem1nar in Dramatic Literature7800:646 Graduate Act1ng: Techn1ques7800:658 History of Theatre7800·662 Semnar in Scenic Design7800·699 Master's Thesis• Graduate electives:12 cred1ts Ito be selected from Theatre Arts, English, Commun1cat1on. Music, etc., inconsultation w1th the student's advisor or the graduate program coordinator.Arts Administration Option• Complete a minimum of 45 credits.• Requ1red theatre arts courses (30-33) credits:7800:600 Introduction to Graduate Stud1es in Theatre Arts7800.605 Co1loqu1um 1n the Arts7800:665 Aud1ence Development7800:666 Pnnciples of Arts Management7800:682 Fund Ra1s1ng and Grantsmanship 1n the Arts7800:691 Arts AdminiStration Practices and Policies7800:692 Legal Aspects of Arts Adm1n1stration7800:698 Internship7800 699 Master's Thesis• Required business courses (9 credits)6200:590 Spec1al Top1cs 1n Accounting6500:600 Management and Organizational Behav1or6600:600 Marketing Conceptsor6600630 Marketing of Services• Electives in related fields (3-B credits):Options here 1nclude course work in business, computer sc1ence, urban studies, art, music,and theatre and dance• Complete an oral defense of the thes1s.• General electivesSpeech-Language Pathologyand AudiologyThis program, leading to the M A in speeoh-language pathology or an MA in audiology*,is designed to lead to professional certification by the American Speeoh­Language-Hearing Association iASHA) in speeoh-language pathology and/oraud1ology and l1censure by the State of Ohio Board of Speeoh-Language Pathologyand Audiology. To enter the program:• Complete requirements for admission to the Graduate Sohool.• Hold an undergraduate major in the area of proposed graduate specialty or completeundergraduate work within one calendar year of application.• Complete department requirements for adm1ssion whioh include submission ofthree letters of recommendation and Graduate Record Examination AptitudeTest results.• Declare intent to major in either speeoh-language pathology or audiology.Speech-language pathology and audiology maJors are accepted for entrance intothe program only for Fall Semester. Applications for admission should be receivedby February 15th.* Degree name changes pending approval of Oh1o Board of RegentsDegree Requirements• The master's thesis is optional for students in speeoh-language pathology andaudiology All students will successfully complete a course of study with a min­Imum of 38 credits, two of wh1oh may be thesis credits for students electing thethesis option. Students in the non-thesis option also will write comprehensiveexaminations during their final semester. Academic requirements within theschool include:For speech-language pathology majors7700:611 Research Methods in Commun1cat1ve D1sorders I 37700·628 Topics in D1fferent1al D1agnosis of Speech and Language Disorders 23333331-633333333-61-633330-3

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