Junior Seminar

This course prepares students to successfully complete their Senior Capstone projects. Development of research topics, questions, and proposal, with emphasis on project design, exploration of secondary literature and primary sources, bibliographic construction, and format. Students will complete a formal project proposal for submission to music department faculty for approval as well as prepare research funding proposals (such as a Venture Grant) for their respective project. Capstone projects in the music department capstone project may take one of several forms, depending on the student’s interests and focus within the field of music. Students may conduct original research in ethnomusicology, music history, or music theory; they may compose or arrange a large-scale piece of music; or they may perform a public recital approximately 45 minutes in length; or some combination of these options. In all instances, students will also offer public presentations of their work as well as write a formal paper in accordance with the guidelines set forward by their advisors.

1 unit — Carrizo


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Spring 2023 Block 6 Junior Seminar Liliana Carrizo TBA 25 / 18 12/08/2022
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