Graduate Music and Worship Comprehensive Exam – WMUS 692
CG • Section • 11/10/2019 to 04/18/2020 • Modified 07/28/2020
The comprehensive exam/defense is a zero credit written and oral examination that serves as a culminating assessment for the MA in Music and Worship. The comprehensive exam will be based on courses taken in their distinct MA in Music and Worship program, online or residential. The exam is taken as a prerequisite to the Thesis, Lecture Recital, Ministry Project or Graduate Internship. A Pass/Fail Committee decision for the Comprehensive Exam/Oral Defense will be placed in the student's official file, noted on the DCP Audit, and appear on the student's transcript.
At the end of the master's degree, it is important to assess the student's knowledge and skills gained through the degree. This comprehensive exam allows faculty to evaluate the competencies achieved by each student.
Measurable Learning Outcomes
The student will be able to:
1. Communicate in writing the knowledge and skills gained during the master's degree.
2. Communicate orally the knowledge and skills gained during the master's degree.
Course Requirements Checklist
Comprehensive Exam Launch Quiz
Oral Exam (and Additional Written Responses if requested)