Students in musicology take courses across the university and cultivate a variety of specialized skills. Students in our program have formed long-term, career-defining partnerships with faculty and fellow students in (among others):
- East Asian Languages and Literature
- Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies
- Folklore Studies
- Latina/o Studies
- The Moritz College of Law
- The Ohio Field School
- Religious Studies
- African-American and African Studies
- Nonprofit Studies
- Film Studies
- Comparative Studies
For a more complete list, explore Graduate Academic Programs on Ohio State's College of Arts and Sciences website.
Graduate students at Ohio State may enroll in graduate minors and interdisciplinary specializations to document their expertise. Recent students have pursued specializations in College and University Teaching, Nonprofit Studies, and Folklore.
Most students in musicology bring performance skills to their craft, and we encourage our students to remain active musicians. The School of Music regularly offers many opportunities for performance, including orchestras, bands, choirs, a Sonic Arts Ensemble, a Steel Pan Ensemble, and an Andean Music Ensemble.