Doctoral checklists serve as individualized, planned courses of study, and aid the student in ensuring that all degree requirements are met.
Doctoral degree checklists are part of the formal admission process. By the end of the second week of the third term of study, each doctoral student must submit the primary and supporting area checklists, with adviser approval, to the Music Graduate Office.
Checklists must be completed digitally, then printed. The Music Graduate Office will not accept handwritten checklists.
If you are already formally admitted and need to submit a change to your approved plan of study, do not submit new checklists. Instead, provide a typed statement, signed by your adviser, describing the change(s).
Please see sections A and C of the Policies and Procedures Manual for Music Graduate Students for more information about formal admission.
- DMA Music Composition
- DMA Music Performance
- DMA Music Performance (collaborative piano)
- DMA Music Performance (voice)
- DMA Music Performance (data driven instruments)
- DMA Piano Performance and Pedagogy
- PhD Music Composition
- PhD Music Education
- PhD Musicology
- PhD Music Theory
- Choral Conducting
- Collaborative Piano: Instrumental
- Collaborative Piano: Vocal
- Historical Performance Practice
- Individualized Research
- Intermedia Music Technology
- Jazz Arranging
- Jazz Performance
- Multiple Woodwinds
- Music Education
- Music Performance
- Music Theory
- Orchestral Conducting
- Piano Pedagogy
- Violin and Viola Pedagogy
- Wind Conducting