INVITING APPLICATIONS: The Queens College (CUNY) MA in Musicology, Music
Theory, or Composition

The Queens College (CUNY) MA in Musicology, Music Theory, or Composition
provides an exceptional foundation in graduate study. As the nation’s
premier urban public university, the City University of New York offers a
quality education at an affordable price. The Queens College MA combines
the resources of a conservatory program and an excellent research library
at the Aaron Copland School of Music with the doctoral facilities of the
CUNY Graduate Center and the wider musical and academic riches of New York
City. Classes focus on critical thinking, disciplinary literacy, and recent
trends in music scholarship. Students work closely with faculty members to
develop their research skills and written fluency, and the degree
culminates in a second-year thesis or portfolio.

Musicology: Karen Henson, Arbie Orenstein, Emily Wilbourne

Music Theory: Mark Anson-Cartwright, William Rothstein

Composition: Jeff Nichols, Bruce Saylor

Recent graduates have gone on to doctoral programs at the University of
Bristol (UK), Florida State University, Western University (formerly
University of Western Ontario), the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and
the CUNY Graduate Center.

Applications for the Fall semester are accepted on a rolling basis until
May 1st, 2019. Fellowship/Assistantship support is available up to the full
cost of in-state tuition for a limited number of qualified applicants.

For further information, see
and contact Jane Cho, jane.cho -at-


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