Wednesday, July 13, 2022
The written theory, aural dictation, and musicianship skills tests of the MSU Music Theory Upper Division Proficiency Examination on Monday, August 15, 2022, starting at 8:30 a.m., in the new music building, room 1730.
Incoming transfer students who have successfully completed at least three (3) semesters of accredited music theory and ear training courses, as well as current MSU music majors who have successfully completed at least three semesters of accredited music theory and ear training courses but have not yet passed both halves of the Music Theory UDPE, are eligible to take these tests.
Downloadable documents concerning the Music Theory Upper Division Proficiency Examination, including the musicianship materials to be practiced before the tests, are available at this website: https://www.music.msstate.edu/areas/theory/theory/
The UDPE musicianship materials file there is titled MSU_UDPE_Skills_Materials_2022.pdf, and it is available at this website: https://www.music.msstate.edu/sites/www.music.msstate.edu/files/MSU_UDPE_Skills_Materials_2022.pdf
Questions about the MSU Music Theory Upper Division Proficiency Examination are welcome, and all students planning to participate are encouraged to contact Dr. Sobaskie in advance by e-mail at email@example.com
The fully-passed Music Theory Upper Division Proficiency Examination is a graduation requirement for MSU music degrees, as well as a prerequisite for participation in Form and Analysis (MU 4313), which only will be offered during fall semesters.
THERE WILL BE NO MAKEUPS FOR THESE MUSIC THEORY UDPE TESTS, AND THE NEXT OPPORTUNITY TO TAKE THEM WILL BE IN DECEMBER 2022.