From the 1950s to June, 2016, there have been 469 graduate degrees awarded in the fields of ethnomusicology and systematic musicology at UCLA. Of these, 215 were Ph.D. degrees and 254 were M.A. degrees. The first Ph.D. degrees were awarded to Elizabeth May ('58) and William Malm ('59).

The first B.A. degree in ethnomusicology was awarded in 1993. However, students who received a B.A. in music with a specialization in ethnomusicology date to the 1960s. From 1993 to June, 2016, 430 B.A. degrees in ethnomusicology have been awarded.

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If you are an alumnus of UCLA in the fields of ethnomusicology, systematic musicology, or jazz studies, please fill out the Alumni Update form, in order to be included below.

Undergraduate Alumni: Where Are They Now?

Graduate Alumni: Where Are They Now?