Institute students are enrolled both in the Institute and in the School of Music and/or the Divinity School. Institute students must follow the curriculum of their respective schools to receive their degrees as well as the curriculum of the ISM to receive the ISM certificate and maintain their financial aid.
Institute students must pass all terms of the ISM Colloquium. Students are required to give a joint colloquium presentation in their final year in the ISM. Students whose presentations do not pass do not receive credit for the term of colloquium in which they presented; therefore they do not receive the ISM Certificate.
For School of Music students in the ISM
Working with their adviser, Choral Conducting and Voice majors elect two courses, and organ majors elect three from the ISM, Yale Divinity School, or Department of Religious Studies course guides. With the approval of the adviser and ISM director, required YSM Hearing and History courses may take the place of one or more of these electives. Students may petition the ISM director for exceptions to these expectations. Specific information is here.
For Divinity School students in the ISM
The Institute admits Divinity School students pursuing any degree program. See the specific curriculur requirements here.
The Bulletin is online here.
(updated November 8, 2012)