The Performer's Certificate
Units required for the certificate: 22
The Performer's Certificate is a post-baccalaureate program designed for highly qualified instrumentalists, vocalists, and conductors. Exceptionally talented and dedicated performers admitted through a competitive audition will receive instruction at an advanced level and will be expected to make substantive contribution to the School of Music through participation in a Large Ensemble (LPE) or equivalent.
- Baccalaureate Degree
- Audition demonstrating exceptional skill in the student's area of specialization (conducting, instrumental, or voice performance)
|Required Courses (22 Units)|
|Select one of the following course pairs:||8|
|Choral Conducting Applied Music|
Choral Conducting Techniques
|Instrumental Conducting Applied Music|
Instrumental Conducting Techniques
|Graduate Applied Music|
|MUSC 142 series course 1||2|
|MUSC 144 series course 2||2|
|MUSC 285||Graduate Recital||2|
|MUSC 285||Graduate Recital (second recital)||2|
|MUSC 295||Fieldwork in Music||1|
|MUSC 299||Special Problems||2|
|Select 3 units of Graduate music electives 1, 2||3|
May include serving as assistant to Director.
May be taken during Summer/January sessions.