Every year, graduating music majors from The Master’s University participate in the nationwide Educational Testing Service (ETS) Major Field Test (MFT). This year, TMU seniors scored in the top one percent, ranked against 3,000 students from 92 schools of music.
Designed to measure a student’s cumulative expertise in a major field of study, the ETS helps universities assess the effectiveness of their programs by evaluating student performance. TMU’s five-year average score of 94%, is a testament to the School of Music’s academic excellence and instruction that far exceeds classroom instruction.
Music majors at Master’s are provided with fully-equipped facilities, continual on-campus performances and private instruction, and get to cultivate personal, lifelong relationships with professors and classmates. In a field that exalts self-glorifications, TMU students pursue musical excellence for the glory of God.
“I am proud of the faculty and students for the preparation and hard work these test scores indicate,” said Dr. Paul Plew, Dean of the School of Music. “This underscores the quality of instruction of our faculty and the high intellectual ability and focus of our students. To God be the glory!” For more information on The Master’s University School of Music visit, masters.edu/music.