Office of the Registrar
School of Music (2012/2013)
6 Academic Standards and Continuance in the Bachelor of Music
  1. Students in the Performance Major must attain a minimum grade of 75% in each of the jury exam and the course work for Music 345A/B and Music 445A/B. Students who fail to do so will be required to withdraw from the Performance Major. In such cases, the student may apply in writing to the Dean for admission into a Major other than Performance.

  2. With the exception of those who have completed Music 440B or 445B, students who are not registered for a Principal Applied Study course or Education 403X at the end of the regular registration period will be deemed to have withdrawn from the Bachelor of Music degree program.

  3. A student who withdraws from a Principal Applied Study course at any time in the semester shall have his/her eligibility to continue in the degree program reviewed by the Committee on Undergraduate Studies. The Committee shall determine whether or not the student shall be deemed to have withdrawn.

  4. A student whose average in Music courses falls below 65% in any semester will be placed on probation.

  5. A student who is on probation will be returned to clear standing if s/he achieves an average above 65% in music courses taken during the probation semester.

  6. A student will be required to withdraw from the Bachelor of Music degree program if a) the student's average in music courses falls below 65% in each of two consecutive semesters of registration in the program, or b) the student's average in music courses falls below 65% in any three semesters of registration in the program, or c) the student fails any music course more than once, or d) the student has been unable to complete two consecutive semesters or three non-consecutive semesters of applied music studies (Music 140A/B, 240A/B, 340A/B, 440A/B, 345A/B, 445A/B).

  7. Students who have withdrawn from the Bachelor of Music degree program and wish to re-enter the program must re-apply in competition. A student re-entering the program may be readmitted on probation if the Admissions Committee so recommends.

  8. Students who have been required to withdraw from the Bachelor of Music degree program may apply for readmission after a minimum of two semesters have elapsed following the withdrawal.

  9. Students who have been required to withdraw from the Bachelor of Music degree program twice are ineligible for further readmission.

  10. Students who have withdrawn from the Bachelor of Music degree program may apply to be readmitted in either the Fall or Winter semester.