- AcademicsDegree TypeLocations
- Tuition & Aid
- Student Life
- About UNT
We're so glad you're interested in UNT! Let us know if you'd like more information and we'll get you everything you need.Request More Info
A robust core of twenty-seven hours in ethnomusicology and music history culminates in a capstone research, professional, or creative project. A maximum of fifteen hours of music electives and twenty-seven general electives offers students flexibility to tailor the degree to their career objectives, which might range from business to law, medicine, tech, and beyond.
This degree thus trains students to communicate about music across broad and diverse audiences and to conduct the original research necessary to answer the questions facing music industries today.
Seminar topics include:
Possible career paths include: