Upper Level Competency Review
The Upper Level Competency Review occurs to ensure that music majors select and pursue the most suitable degree based on their abilities to ensure success in their chosen career path. A major-area committee (Music Studies, Sound Recording Technology, Classical Performance, Jazz Performance, Composition, or BA) will evaluate the student’s total performance and academic (music and core courses) records. The committee will then recommend whether or not the student may advance to junior level standing in the major area.
Components of the ULCR
You may register for upper level (3000 or 4000) courses in your major's area.
You may NOT register for upper level (3000 or 4000) courses in your major's area and your ULCR will be reviewed again at the end of the next long semester.
You may NOT register for upper level (3000 or 4000) courses in your major's area and you will be required to change your major to a different degree (possibly within music).