Music History

IUP offers undergraduate and graduate courses in music history, popular music, and world music for music majors and non-majors.

Our non-major course, Introduction to Music (MUHI 101), covers a wide range of music from popular music genres, selected world cultures, and the European classical tradition. Other non-major courses include History of Popular Music Since 1945 (MUHI 333), which focuses on rhythm and blues, rock, country, pop, punk, rap, EDM, and many other genres; and Musical Cultures from Around the World (MUHI 223).

Courses for majors include Survey of Music Literature (MUHI 102), Music History I and II (MUHI 301-302), and upper-level/graduate courses such as Topics in American Music.

Faculty

Matthew Baumer

  • Music History Coordinator
  • MUHI 102, Survey of Music and Literature
  • MUHI 301, Music History I
  • MUHI 302, Music History II
  • MUHI 333, History of Popular Music Since 1945
  • Graduate Courses in American Music, 19th Century and 20th Century Music

Stephanie Caulder

  • MUHI 301, Music History I
  • MUHI 302, Music History II

RosemaryEngelstad

  • MUHI 101, Introduction to Music
  • MUHI 301, Music History I

Ron Horner

  • MUHI 101, Introduction to Music

Linda Jennings

  • MUHI 101, Introduction to Music

Heidi Lucas

  • MUHI 301, Music History I