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Music

Measures.

The Performance Assessment Program includes:

An ENTRANCE / PROFICIENCY TEST in performance.

A JURIED PERFORMANCE at the end of each quarter of performance study. The student is given an evaluation (both written and verbally) by a faculty jury from his or her area.

A time-sensitive series of PROFICIENCY (BARRIER) EXAMINATIONS in performance that must be satisfactorily completed in order for students to progress in their degree programs. Proficiency examinations in performance usually occur at the end of each academic year or three successful quarters of study.

A CAPSTONE PROJECT for students seeking BM, degrees consisting of one or two (music-performance majors only) major recitals.

 

Music-theory skills are also central to all degrees the music department offers and are assessed by the following methods:

The THEORY PLACEMENT TEST is given to assess the student's background and experiences in order to place them in a course of study that is appropriate to their skill level.

FINAL EXAMINATIONS in music theory, ear training and related courses allow faculty to measure the extent to which students have grasped the foundational concepts.

Annual Reports on the Assessment of Student Learning

Follow the links below to view the full text of the reports for each academic year.

2006-07
2005-06

 

Institutional Research

Sue VanDyne

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