Prospective concentrators should meet with the Director of Undergraduate Studies to discuss their goals and interests in Music. Once the student has done so, they can draft a concentration declaration in ASK (ask.brown.edu).
The course plan should contain exactly ten credits, distributed as follows: two credits in music theory; four credits above the 1000 level in music scholarship, production, or advanced theory, at least one of which must be in musicology or ethnomusicology; and four credits in additional electives. Half-credit courses (ensembles, AMP, and Advanced Musicianship I and II) should be counted accordingly. Students may take more than ten credits in Music—and many of our concentrators do—but the declaration should be limited to ten.