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Recital Attendance

Students must register for and pass MUSC 1990 for every semester of enrollment up to the following limits: B.A - 8 semesters, BME - 7 semesters, BMT - 4 semesters. Recital attendance credit is accepted from other institutions for transfer students up to the limit. The course is graded S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory). Grades are based on attendance. The requirements of this course include attendance at all scheduled recital classes plus a specified number of professional concerts/recitals offered each semester by the department. Approved concerts/recitals are listed on the course syllabus. Students wishing to substitute a professional performance off-campus must get permission from the instructor. To receive credit for attendance at a Recital Class or a professional performance, the student must swipe his/her Bobcat card upon entry into the concert/recital and then when leaving the concert/recital. Those in attendance should observe decorum for concerts (e.g. no hats or scruffy clothes - no cell phones or other electronics). Music minors must attend two faculty or guest artist performances each semester. Music minors must register for Recital Class, but they are not required to perform and minors must attend professional performances.


















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