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Music Department — Student Learning Outcomes

The Music Department faculty has identified the following learning outcomes as essential for all graduates of the program.

  • Demonstrate proficiency in general musicianship—piano skills, sight-reading, sight-singing, rhythmic skills, and theory
  • Development of technical mastery of an instrument or voice; control of compositional technique
  • Broad knowledge of the practice, theory, history, and production of music, with different areas of expertise expected of students in each of the three majors (instrumental, vocal, and composition) and in specific areas of concentration
  • Development of a sense of artistic self—not just knowing how to make the music, but knowing why one is making it
  • Understanding of the business skills necessary to support one’s artistic life
  • Stylistically versatile performance skills and openness to experimentation and innovation
  • Respect for traditional forms and ways of making music across a range of styles
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to critique one’s own work and that of one’s colleagues constructively
  • Excellent collaborative skills, including constructive interpersonal rehearsal and management techniques
  • Highly developed critical thinking skills
  • Capacity for self-reflection and integration of diverse knowledge areas
  • Rigorous work ethic and self-discipline

 

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