In addition to regular course materials, many Departments and Program Coordinators have developed supplementary information sources, tutorials, clubs and more for students, other faculty members and the community at large.
Please see the list to the left of this text and directly below for more Department specific information and initiatives.
On the day before the first day of classes, students write a general rudiments skills test for Music 2160 (Theory I). Students who achieve ‘good standing’ on this exam are placed in a section of Theory I that meets three times a week (i.e. Monday/Wednesday/Friday). Students who fail to achieve ‘good standing’ are placed in a second section of the course that meets five times a week (i.e. Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday), enabling deficiencies to be remedied by the end of the semester.
All B.A. Music (general stream) students must take Music Studio, which is available in guitar, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, strings, voice, and composition. To register in your first semester of studio, you must successfully complete an audition. Students must achieve a minimum grade of ‘C’ in each studio class to continue to the next level. B.A. students can meet the audition requirement at any time in the first two years without a time penalty, since only four semesters of Studio are required for the B.A. Music major.
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