All students who are preparing to begin a thesis should download and print the thesis guidelines and approval form PDF. Identifying perceptions of difficulties in delivering standards-based instruction in large ensembles with investigation of what ensemble teachers might need to feel more comfortable in attempting such instruction, particularly with regard to creating, responding, and the select part of performing.
Approval of the completed project requires the agreement of two faculty members. Collect written permission to use materials as soon as possible and track the progress of this process by assembling musical examples, illustrations, photographs, etc.
Attend a concert, a movie, or some other live cultural event at least once a week. Only submissions through the portal will be accepted for consideration.
Thesis Lecture or Defense Students who have written a thesis must present a public lecture or defense of their work. It will typically take weeks to receive your examination results.
Thesis and other Final Projects A final project consisting of a thesis, a public recital for Performance studentsor another approved piece of work such as a research project in music education, a lecture-recital, or an internship plus a written report is required of each student.
Final Submission Steps Review the examiner's comments with your supervisor and make revisions if required. Students should consult Victor V. A written proposal describing this project must be submitted no later than the second week of the semester in which the student plans to graduate.
It may be scheduled after the thesis sponsor and second reader have given their approval to the thesis. The signed form will be returned to you.