Subject: Music
Credit units: 0
College: Arts and Science
Department: Music


This is a non-credit course required for all B.Mus. B.Mus.(Mus.Ed.), and B.A. students majoring in music. The course addresses the nature of information and the role of the library in the research process. Course work will cover an introduction to music research; finding, evaluating, and using information including printed and recorded music and research on music; appropriate referencing of sources for writing scholarly program notes.

Restriction(s): This course is only open to students in the B.A. in Music and B.Mus. programs.
Note: Students majoring in Music are encouraged to take this course in their first term of their first year of studies.

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