Graduate Studies in Music Composition at the University of North Texas

Deadline: December 6!

• A limited number of full tuition fellowships are available
• Graduate composition degrees include optional specializations in computer music media and interdisciplinary studies
• Teaching assistantships in composition, instrumentation, and electroacoustic music
• Research opportunities in the Center for Experimental Music & Intermedia (CEMI) and the Initiative for Advanced Research in Technology and the Arts (iARTA),

The University of North Texas College of Music is accepting applications for graduate degree programs and graduate fellowships/assistantships in composition and computer music. Teaching opportunities include composition lessons, courses in composition and computer music, and technical assistantships in the Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia. Scholarships and fellowships are also available, including the competitive Toulouse Graduate School Master’s and Doctoral Fellowships, which provide a monthly stipend as well as covering tuition and fees (see http://www.tsgs.unt.edu/mdf.htm for details).

The Division of Composition Studies offers MA and PhD degrees with a concentration in composition, including a specialization in interdisciplinary studies at the master’s level and a specialization in computer music media at the master’s and doctoral level. UNT’s composition program is one of the largest and most diverse in the nation, with approximately 70 students. Current composition faculty members include David Bithell, Joseph Klein, Andrew May, Cindy McTee, Elizabeth McNutt, Jon Christopher Nelson, David Stout, Joelle Wallach, and James Worlton. For more information, visit http://www.music.unt.edu/comp.

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