Allison Adrian specializes in ethnomusicology and musicology. She studied economics, music, and Spanish during her undergraduate years. Before pursuing a graduate degree, she worked as a technology consultant, an AmeriCorps volunteer, and a group leader for high school students studying abroad. She moved to the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities to pursue her doctoral research with Mirjana Lausevic — Her dissertation examined music in 20 different Lutheran congregations in the Twin Cities made up of recent immigrants and refugees from Africa, Asia, and Latin America. She joined the St.
Degree Programmes in Creative Writing
Degree Programmes | Creative Writing
At the University of St Andrews, our degree programmes are designed to allow flexible study options for all students. The structure of our degrees allows you the opportunity to change the emphasis or subject of your degree throughout the first two years of study. It is possible to enter the University to study one degree programme and graduate with an entirely different degree, depending on your interests, previous qualifications and your first-year module choices. You will have until the end of your second year to decide what your final degree subject or subjects will be. The majority of students apply to study a specific Honours programme at the University. This could lead to you graduating with a single Honours degree or a joint Honours degree in multiple subjects.
Master of Fine Arts
It was established in as the School of Arts of Edinburgh , the world's first mechanics' institute , and subsequently granted university status by royal charter in It is the eighth oldest higher education institute in UK. Known for its focus on science and engineering, it is one of the 39 old universities in the UK comprising the second cluster of elite universities after Oxbridge.
Studying mathematics will teach you to understand complex patterns and structures, and to develop the tools with which to analyse them. Whether these patterns relate to physical or biological phenomena or the structure of mathematics itself, the primary aim is to describe, categorise, and understand the processes involved. Students will acquire the analytical techniques, clear logical thinking and deductive reasoning necessary to explore some of these fascinating areas of research.