MM Keyboard Collaborative Arts

This is the Educational Effectiveness Evaluation Plan for this program. See department website for additional information about this program

Learning Outcomes

  • Musicianship: The student will demonstrate expert musicianship skills in the area of keyboard collaborative arts by the ability to rehearse, coach undergraduate students and contribute to a collaborative class project or an ensemble.
  • Research Skills in Music: The student will demonstrate graduate and professional level research skills, which will include the use of historical and critical methodologies across a wide variety of musical genres, styles and different time-periods.
  • Music History and Theory: Upon successful completion of the selected course, students will be able to: describe the historical, cultural, and aesthetic context in which the works under study were conceived; identify elements of the musical styles through both critical listening and score study; engage in informed discussions about the validity of various historical and cultural assumptions in the arts; extend the scope of their musical repertoire and aesthetic experience; and apply principles of the particular style being studied to their own musical activities.
  • Integration of knowledge and skills gained by intellectual scholarship and performance into a meaningful life in music.

Course requirements for the degree

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Curricular Map

The curricular map shows how each required course contributes to the program's learning outcomes.

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Annual Learning Outcomes Assessment Report(s)

In a process called assessment, the faculty of each degree program measure student attainment of program learning outcomes goals on an annual basis. The assessment processes used by this program can be found in the link (PDF) below:

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Assessment Rubric

In assessing learning outcomes, program faculty often develop rubrics which establish criteria and expectations showing how outcomes are evaluated. The assessment processes used by this program can be found in the link (PDF) below:

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Program Review

Program review represents Chapman's commitment to excellence in academic programs through periodic review of educational effectiveness. Every 5 to 7 years, program faculty members prepare a self-study report, which is reviewed by external, expert reviewers, numerous Chapman faculty governance councils and committees, and the Office of the Provost. Program review provides an opportunity for each program to reflect on its educational effectiveness as well as its contribution to the university's mission and strategic plan. The results of program review guide institutional planning, budgeting and decision-making.