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  1. 8.1 Admission
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 8 Postgraduate Medical Training
    A Resident who is currently in a residency program at another university and is interested in a residency program at Memorial University of Newfoundland’s Faculty of Medicine is advised to consult the PGME website at www.med.mun.ca/pgme, or contact the Office by email at pgme@mun.ca, or by telephone at (709) 864-6331 for further information.

  2. 8.4 Assessment
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 8 Postgraduate Medical Training
    Each Resident is expected to complete the requirements of the residency program, as outlined by the discipline Residency Program Committee (RPC), for each year/stage of the program, and to meet the prescribed goals and objectives through the completion of rotations/clinical experiences/clinical blocks. A Resident is assessed throughout each rotation/clinical experience/clinical block. A Resident’s performance and progress is determined by a subcommittee of the RPC, based on the review of written assessments and performance-based direct observations. The results of the Resident assessments indicate the competency level of the Resident for each goal and objective of the rotation/clinical experience/clinical block. The level of responsibility given to a Resident is based on regular assessment of abilities by faculty.

  3. 8.5 Promotion
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 8 Postgraduate Medical Training
    To successfully complete a residency program, a Resident, upon assessment, must be promoted through all the levels/stages of the program. A Resident must also successfully complete the Teaching Effectiveness Program. A Resident who does not meet the criteria for promotion will require appropriate modifications to their training, supervision, and assessment.

  4. 8.6 Other information
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 8 Postgraduate Medical Training
    The Residency Program Committee (RPC) decides which Residents are eligible to sit the national examinations of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC).

  5. 10.1 Admission to the Faculty of Medicine
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 10 Regulations for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine
    Applicants need to be aware of the policy related to Essential Skills and Abilities Required for the Study of Medicine. This policy outlines essential skills and abilities needed to succeed in the M.D. program and it includes technical standards for students in the program and information for students with disability. This information is available at Application Preparation on the Faculty of Medicine website.

  6. 10.2 Registration in Newfoundland and Labrador and Other Approvals
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 10 Regulations for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine
    The Faculty of Medicine does not require criminal record checks or other screening procedures as a condition of admission to its program. ... All students are required to be on the Education Register of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador (CPSNL). ... Students, however, should be aware that such record checks or other screening procedures may be required by agencies used by the University for professional registration, clinical experiences or academic course assignments necessary for graduation. Such agencies may refuse to accept students on the basis of information contained in the record check or other screening procedure thus preventing the student from completing a practice experience or other requirement. As a result, such students may not be eligible for promotion or graduation. The student is responsible for having such procedures completed as required at the student's own expense. The screening procedures of any given agency may change from time to time and are beyond the control of the University.

  7. 10.4 Assessment
    In: Faculty of Medicine - 10 Regulations for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine
    A student’s progress is monitored in each Phase of the program by the appropriate Phase Management Team. ... Each student is expected to complete the work of the class as described in the current regulations of the Faculty of Medicine for each Phase of the program and to pass the prescribed academic and professional assessments. In this context, the professional assessments will cover not only the skills expected of a student, but personal conduct and relationships with peers, patients, hospital personnel, faculty members and staff.

  8. 6.13.1.2 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music with a Major in Composition and Bachelor of Commerce
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.13 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce - 6.13.1 The Curriculum
    53 credit hours from the Music Core Program Requirements as modified in clause 1.a. of The Curriculum above; ... The courses required for the Bachelor of Commerce component of the Joint degree program are outlined in the Faculty of Business Administration section of the University Calendar under Table 6 Program of Study for the Bachelor of Commerce Component of the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Music.

  9. 6.13.1.3 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music with a Major in Performance and Bachelor of Commerce
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.13 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce - 6.13.1 The Curriculum
    53 credit hours from the Music Core Program Requirements as modified in clause 1.a. of The Curriculum above; ... The courses required for the Bachelor of Commerce component of the Joint degree program are outlined in the Faculty of Business Administration section of the University Calendar under Table 6 Program of Study for the Bachelor of Commerce Component of the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Music.

  10. 6.13.1.1 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music with a Major in General Musical Studies and Bachelor of Commerce
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.13 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce - 6.13.1 The Curriculum
    53 credit hours from the Music Core Program Requirements as modified in clause 1.a. of The Curriculum above; ... The courses required for the Bachelor of Commerce component of the Joint degree program are outlined in the Faculty of Business Administration section of the University Calendar under Table 6 Program of Study for the Bachelor of Commerce Component of the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Music.

  11. 6.13.1 The Curriculum
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.13 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce
    Notwithstanding clauses 5., 6., and 7. of the Core Program Requirements under the Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations, students in the Bachelor of Music program who are concurrently completing the Bachelor of Commerce program will be exempted from clauses 5. and 6., and will be permitted to replace clause 7. with the following:

  12. 6.6.2 Major in General Musical Studies with a Minor in a Discipline Other Than Music
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.6 Major in General Musical Studies
    A maximum of 4 credit hours from Music 2611-2614, 2619, 2620, and 263A/B, in addition to those listed under the Core Program; ... A maximum of 5 credit hours from Music 2615, 2616, 2617, 265A/B, 3500, the former 3510, 3511-3518, and 3611-3613 in addition to those listed under the Core Program; ... An additional 21 credit hours chosen from Music courses beyond the 1000 level, including:

  13. 6.6.3 Major in General Musical Studies with a Minor in Jazz Studies
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.6 Major in General Musical Studies
    Music 3517 or Music 3518, whichever course was not taken to fulfill the Core Program requirements; ... A maximum of 4 credit hours from Music 2611-2614, 2619, 2620, and 263A/B, in addition to those listed under the Core Program; ... A maximum of 5 credit hours from Music 2615, 2616, 2617, 265A/B, 3500, the former 3510, 3511-3518, and 3611-3613 in addition to those listed under the Core Program;

  14. 5.6.4 Major in Performance
    In: School of Music - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Music - 5.6 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce
    Students enrolled in the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce program may choose to apply for a major in Performance. Applicants for this Major must apply in writing to the Dean by February 15th in the semester during which they are registered for Music 240B. Applicants are required to audition for this program and will be evaluated by a performance jury. A reference letter from the applied instructor must be submitted to the Dean prior to the jury taking place. Where possible, the jury examination for Music 240B and for admission to the Major in Performance will be the same. Admission to this Major will be based on the applicant’s:

  15. 6.6.1 Major in General Musical Studies
    In: School of Music - 6 Bachelor of Music Degree Regulations - 6.6 Major in General Musical Studies
    A maximum of 4 credit hours from Music 2611-2614, 2619, 2620, and 263A/B, in addition to those listed under the Core Program; ... A maximum of 5 credit hours from Music 2615, 2616, 2617, 265A/B, 3500, the former 3510, 3511-3518, and 3611-3613 in addition to those listed under the Core Program; ... An additional 36 credit hours chosen from music courses beyond the 1000 level including:

  16. 5.6.1 Admission Requirements
    In: School of Music - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Music - 5.6 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce
    Applicants for the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce program must meet the Admission/Readmission Requirements to the Bachelor of Music Degree Program and must be admitted to that program. ... Admission to the program is competitive and selective. Prospective students are therefore encouraged to consider an alternate degree program in the event that they are not accepted into the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce program.

  17. 5.6.2 Major in General Musical Studies
    In: School of Music - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Music - 5.6 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce
    Students enrolled in the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce program may choose to declare a major in General Music Studies. Students for the General Musical Studies Major need not submit an application. All students who have not been admitted to another Major by the end of their fourth semester in the Bachelor of Music program will automatically be admitted to the General Musical Studies Major.

  18. 5.6.3 Major in Composition
    In: School of Music - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Music - 5.6 Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce
    Students enrolled in the Joint Degrees of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Commerce program may choose to apply for a major in Composition. Students interested in the Major in Composition are strongly encouraged to take Music 3100 in their second year. Students for this Major must apply in writing to the Dean by February 15th in the semester during which they are registered for Music 2108, submitting up to three of their own compositions by the end of classes in that semester. Applicants will be interviewed by a panel of composition faculty. Admission to this Major will be based on the applicant’s:

  19. 5.4.7 Major in Performance
    In: School of Music - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Music - 5.4 Major
    Applicants for this Major must apply in writing to the Dean normally by the end of the fourth week of classes in the semester during which they are registered for Music 240B. Applicants are required to audition for this program and will be evaluated by a performance jury. A reference letter from the applied instructor must be submitted to the Dean prior to the jury taking place. Where possible, the jury examination for Music 240B and for admission to the Performance Major will be the same. Admission to this Major will be based on a applicant's:

  20. 5.4.3 Major in Comprehensive
    In: School of Music - 5 Admission/Readmission Regulations for the School of Music - 5.4 Major
    Applicants planning to apply for admission to the Conjoint degrees (Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Music Education) should first declare the Comprehensive Major by the end of their second semester in the Bachelor of Music program in order to take the necessary prerequisite courses for admission to the Conjoint degrees program. Students planning to apply for admission to the Bachelor of Music Education as a second degree may wait until their fourth semester to declare this Major. Please note that completion of this degree does not guarantee admission to the Faculty of Education.


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