All students, undergraduate and graduate alike, will take musicianship courses as a fundamental part of their degree programs. Undergraduates take a six-semester comprehensive musicianship course sequence that brings together elements of music theory, musicology, music history, and ear training. Graduate students take specialized courses that dive deep into advanced musicianship topics, including J.S. Bach and Music and Disability. Musicianship courses for non-music majors are also offered, including the opportunity to learn about the history of hip hop or rock & roll or learn the fundamentals of music through the guitar.