Academics

Program Learning Outcomes

Music

Bachelor of Music

By graduation, majors will do the following at the professional entry-level: 

  1. Develop and defend musical judgments. 
  2. Demonstrate the ability to realize a variety of musical styles. 
  3. Demonstrate technical skills requisite for artistic self-expression at a level appropriate for the particular music concentration. 
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and skills sufficient to work as a leader and in collaboration on matters of musical interpretation. 
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of musical forms, processes and structures and the ability to place music in historical, cultural and stylistic contexts.

Bachelor of Arts

By graduation, majors will do the following at the professional entry-level: 

  1. Develop and defend musical judgments. 
  2. Demonstrate the ability to realize a variety of musical styles. 
  3. Demonstrate technical skills requisite for artistic self-expression at a level appropriate for the particular music concentration.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and skills sufficient to work as a leader and in collaboration on matters of musical interpretation. 
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of musical forms, processes and structures and the ability to place music in historical, cultural and stylistic contexts.

Master of Music

By graduation, majors will do the following at the professional entry-level: 

  1. Develop and defend musical judgments.
  2. Demonstrate the ability to realize a variety of musical styles. 
  3. Demonstrate technical skills requisite for artistic self-expression at a level appropriate for the particular music concentration. 
  4. Demonstrate knowledge and skills sufficient to work as a leader and in collaboration on matters of musical interpretation. 
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of musical forms, processes and structures and the ability to place music in historical, cultural and stylistic contexts.

Curriculum Map

Learning outcomes for all graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences


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