Music

The music minor program is designed to serve students who wish to continue with their love of music, even though they are planning a major in a different discipline. The program provides for private study in the areas of instrumental, keyboard or vocal music, in addition to participation in college ensembles. 

Minor Courses

Two of the following:

  • MUS 107: History and Literature of Classical Music
  • MUS 121: Music Theory I
  • MUS 122: Music Theory II 
  • MUS 123: Aural Training I
  • MUS 124: Aural Training II 

Literature course: 

  • MUS 149: Understanding and Enjoying Music

3-4 hours from:

  • MUS 121: Music Theory I
  • MUS 122: Music Theory II 
  • MUS 123: Aural Training I
  • MUS 124: Aural Training II 
  • MUS 221: Music Theory III 
  • MUS 222: Music Theory IV 
  • MUS 223: Aural Training III 
  • MUS 224: Aural Training IV 
  • MUS 246: History and Literature: Romantic and 20th Century
  • MUS 247: History and Literature: Medieval, Renaissance, Early Baroque

Electives

6 hours of additional music courses

Non-Major Performance Area

(127-28 thru 427-28) 4 hours

Major Ensemble Participation

Students will participate in the equivalent of four hours of ensembles, opera or accompanying.