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Music Major Degree Programs
In order to be a music major, you must audition for and be
accepted by the faculty of the School of Music. Go to this website for
audition information and the audition application: http://music.arts.usf.edu/
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL MUSIC MINOR PROGRAMS ARE
NO LONGER AVAILABLE, AS OF FALL 2011.
Click to read:
Music Student Handbook
Theory Placement Test
Freshmen & Undergraduate Transfers
Tuesday (Second Day of Classes) in MUS
Unregistered and registered students should go to their regularly
scheduled class on Tuesday morning to take the test in MUS 119/140.
- Students with AP
Theory scores must still take this test to assure that they are
properly placed at the appropriate theory level.
- Transfer students with
theory credits from a Florida public community college and/or university
do not need to take this test.
- Transfer students with
college theory credits from out-of-state schools should request the
Theory Placement "Transfer" Test.
Piano Proficiency Tests are
available to students with piano experience.
Must be taken during first week of classes.
and Full-time Music Teaching Jobs (Bulletin Board)
Bachelor of Music
must be completed and submitted to the music advisor in order to officially be
coded as a music education major: MUE Application.docx
MUSIC EDUCATION INTERNSHIP
THE INTERNSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS MUST BE COMPLETED TWO FULL TERMS BEFORE
THE INTERNSHIP. (SUMMER IS A TERM.)
- Get a current DegreeWorks audit report
and use the GPAs for the internship application. It is best if you
get the report from me with my annotations on it where occasional errors
- Complete the online application form and
print it out. Be sure to sign the pages and bring it to me for my
signature—BEFORE making copies.
- Make four copies of the above
documents. Compile them into (1) an
original set, (2) three sets of copies to go with the original set (to be
submitted to Dianne Wood, Internship Coordinator, in EDU 106), and (3) one
set for you to keep in your file in case the others get lost in some
can be directed to Dianne Wood, Internship Coordinator, in EDU 106 by visiting
her, calling her at 974-3440, or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application on College of Education website:
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credit hours. See website:
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