Music CognitionCollaborative Specialization
Program ContactJonathan De Souza (email@example.com)
Don Wright Faculty of MusicWestern University
Talbot College Rm 218
London, Ontario N6A 5C1
t. 519-661-2111 ext. 85198
The Collaborative Graduate Specialization in Music Cognition at Western University offers exciting opportunities for interdisciplinary coursework, lab-based research training, and rigorous musical engagement. This specialization can be added to graduate degrees in Music, Neuroscience, Psychology, and Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (Hearing Science and Speech-Language Science fields). Students are mentored by faculty members from the Don Wright Faculty of Music, the Brain and Mind Institute, and the National Centre for Audiology.
- Full-Time Study
- Thesis, Course-Based, or Project-Based
- The Collaborative Specialization does not provide additional funding beyond what the student receives through their home department.
- Current enrolment in a participating program at Western University.
- Permission of the Director to participate in the Collaborative Specialization.
- At least two courses from the program’s course list, including Music 9739A/B: Cognitive Musicology.
- Participation in monthly meetings of the Music Cognition Workshop.
- Write and defend a project or thesis related to music cognition under the supervision of a graduate faculty member associated with the program.
English Language Proficiency
- Please see the individual home program requirements.
- Ongoing—Please contact the Director for more information.