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April 30, 2015

PhD in Music

Filed under: MUSIC — webmaster @ 9:45 am

  The completion of a doctoral program typically involves a commitment of four or five years. The first two years, as a doctoral student, are comprised of taking graduate courses and doing preparatory work for dissertation subject submission and approval. The final two or three years, as a doctoral candidate, are spent researching and writing the dissertation paper and preparing for the ultimate oral defence of the thesis.

I have been accepted into the doctoral program at York University, beginning September 2015, for a PhD, Music.

The Music Department at York is well-known for its ethnomusicology focus as well as having a long and successful international presence in jazz education, composition and performance. The professorial support at York provides many possible areas of study that are simply not available anywhere else. In addition to having access to state-of-the-art musical expertise, the Schulich School of Business is also available for studying aspects of arts administration.

It is an honour and a privilege for me to become a part of the York team. I look forward to working with professors, fellow doctoral students, and undergrad students as a teaching assistant.



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