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Resources for Current Music Students

We have a number of resources to share with music majors, prospective students, faculty and other university guests that will help you better understand the depth of the music education experience here at Marylhurst University. Whether you're looking for course syllabi, forms or degree-planning documents, you'll find it here!

» Program handbooks
» Music course schedule
» Syllabi, performance standards and proficiencies 

» Applied Music Standards, 200 or 400 level

» MU 299: Upper-level Gateway Syllabus and Application Form

» Musicianship Proficiencies: Keyboard

» Recitals and Capstone Projects

» Senior Capstone Information and Program Template

» Non-Credit Recital

» Repertory Recital Application Form

» Jury Forms

» MU 299: Upper Level Gateway Application Form

» End-of-Term Jury Form

» Repertoire List (required each term with Jury Form)

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