Questions concerning graduate requirements? Contact Jenny Phillips in the School of Music Graduate Office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 217-244-8385.
This guide is intended to provide information about library resources for graduate students in the School of Music researching or writing a thesis or dissertation.
Use the tabs above to focus on the areas you need related to researching and writing your thesis or dissertation (please note there are also additional tabs listed under Finding Music Materials and Finding Journal Articles). A lot of this may be familiar from MUS 511, MUS 528, or MUS 533, but the information here 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 graduate handbook, linked to the left.
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