An in-house faculty committee consisting of professors from Folklore and Ethnomusicology, working with the student services assistant, will oversee all aspects of the concentration and advise you on courses, signing off on the practicum and electives used to fulfill this requirement.
You should seek the advice and signature of a member of the in-house committee during the period of advising, prior to signing up for classes. A sheet for the required classes, with the appropriate signatures, will be created and maintained in your file.
Upon successful completion of this program of courses, a member of the committee will add a letter to your permanent file indicating successful completion of the concentration. This letter will describe the concentration’s scope and purpose and a copy of this letter will be provided to you for inclusion in portfolios, internship and job application packets, and for similar purposes.
This concentration consists of 4 classes, for a total of 12 credits.
- F532 Public Practice in Folklore and Ethnomusicology
- One of our Practicum or laboratory courses - F802 TAI Practicum, F803 Practicum, F805 Laboratory in Public Practice, or F806 Museum Practicum in Folklore (Must be taken for 3 credits)
- Two approved elective courses offered in the department