The M.A. and Ph.D. programs in musicology at the UBC School of Music offer students advanced training leading to professional careers in teaching and scholarly research. Graduate students enjoy a program that balances sound historical methods with critical interpretation, and forges interdisciplinary connections to music theory, ethnomusicology, and the humanities in general. The musicology faculty's areas of expertise range from Medieval repertories through music of the 21st century, and represent a variety of scholarly approaches and critical methods.
Graduates of UBC's graduate programs in musicology have obtained professional positions at the University of Toronto, University of Victoria, University of Cincinnati, Indiana University, the City University of New York, the City University of London, and elsewhere.
For more information on graduate programs, please click here.
David Metzer, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor, Division Chair. 20th-21st century music
Alexander J. Fisher, Ph.D. (Harvard), Associate Professor. Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque
Vera Micznik, Ph.D. (SUNY Stony Brook), Associate Professor 19th-century music
Hedy Law, Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor. Musicology
Graeme Fullerton, Ph.D. (CUNY), Sessional Lecturer. 20th-century music, opera, bibliography
Gregory Butler, Ph.D. (Toronto), Professor. Baroque, Classical (Professor Emeritus, retired 2012)
J. Evan Kreider, Ph.D. (Indiana), Professor. Medieval, Renaissance (Professor Emeritus, retired 2005)
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