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Music Graduate Student Comps, Prelims, and Dissertation/Thesis Guide   Tags: dissertations_and_theses, music, music_education, musicology, research, research_methods, writing  

Last Updated: Aug 2, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Questions concerning graduate requirements? Contact Jenny Phillips in the School of Music Graduate Office: or 217-244-8385.



This site is intended to provide guidance about library resources for graduate students in the School of Music preparing for comprehensive examinations, prelim exams, or who are writing a thesis or dissertation.

Use the tabs above to focus on the areas you need (please note there are also additional tabs listed under Finding Music Materials and Finding Journal Articles) . Hopefully a lot of this is familiar to you from Mus511, Mus528, or Mus533, but the information here and in those guides can be a good reminder.

***The information provided here about graduation/dissertation requirements is intended as a guideline only. Always check with the School of Music or Graduate College Thesis Office if you have any questions. Please also reference the graudate handbook, linked to the left.

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