Coordinated Degree Program
In cooperation with the School of Information Studies, the Department of Music offers a MM/MLIS coordinated degree program to prepare students for positions as music librarians. Students in the program will concurrently pursue a Master of Music degree program (with a concentration in Music History and Literature) and a Master of Library and Information Science degree program. Prerequisite to the award of either degree in this program is the simultaneous award of its counterpart degree.
The concentration in the MM/MLIS coordinated degree program is designed to prepare students for positions as music librarians. For students interested in this program, all requirements and standards of the Music History and Literature concentration are exactly as described in the link below with the single exception that the 3-credit general elective requirement is replaced by a requirement of 30 credits taken in courses approved by the School of Information Studies as fulfilling requirements for the MM/MLIS program.
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