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The purpose of the sophomore review is to assess progress in the
performance area at a critical point in the student’s career. Successful
completion of the sophomore review is necessary before a Bachelor of
Music student can continue private study at the junior (300) level.
Bachelor of Arts students who wish to continue with non-required private
study will be assessed at their jury for MUSC 254. Transfer students
with a minimum of four semesters of applied study on their transcripts
will be allowed to enroll in an applied course with a number of MUSC 351
or higher if they pass an audition before an entrance audition
It is assumed that the student is making adequate
progress in their academic studies. Inadequate progress will delay the
scheduling of required courses, and ultimately may delay graduation. The
student must have a B (3.0) average in the first three semesters of
private study in order to be eligible for the sophomore review.
Sophomore Review will be scheduled during the fourth semester of
private study (MUSC 252) and presided over by the Associate Chair. The
Chair of the Music Department will notify all students of the results of
the review in writing in a timely fashion. The faculty shall be
responsible for attending the hearing and shall be responsible for the
results of the overall review.
Students may petition for a
make-up hearing in the event of extenuating circumstances. Such a
hearing will be scheduled within the second week of the following
The student will play a 15-minute hearing for a
committee of faculty members comprising the applied teacher, the other
faculty members from that area and one faculty member from each of the
other areas (voice, keyboard/string, woodwind, brass/percussion teacher,
theory/history and music education).
Each student will prepare a
written program of the pieces to be performed, including composers’
dates and brief program notes. The student should speak with their
applied teacher with any specific questions about the program notes.
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All music majors, regardless of degree program, will be required
to have completed or be finishing the following courses with a "C" or
better in each course by the time they go through a Sophomore Review in
order to earn a passing status:
The initial vote of the faculty will be either Pass or Fail:
In the event that a student does not pass the Sophomore Review for
any reason, he/she has the right to appeal to the Music Department
Faculty by letter to the Chair of the Music Department, who shall relay
it to the faculty for action.