For those students interested in a formal, cohesive music curriculum but who are not interested in music as a major, a Music minor is available. The Music minor requires 23-24 credits, at least 6 of which must be upper-division.
|MUSC 153||Sight-Singing and Dictation I 1||2|
|MUSC 154||Music Theory I 1||2|
|MUSC 163||Sight-Singing and Dictation II||2|
|MUSC 164||Music Theory II||2|
|MUSC 145||Applied Music 2||4|
|MUSC 200||Concert Music 3||0|
|MUSC 323||Basic Conducting||2|
|MUSC 118||Keyboard II 4||1|
|or MUSC 261||Keyboard Sight Reading I|
|Select two courses, with instructor's approval, from the following:||4-5|
|Music History and Literature: Medieval Through Early Baroque|
|Music History and Literature: Mid-Baroque Through Classic|
|Music History and Literature: Late Romantic Through Early 20th Century|
|Music Theory/History and Literature of the 20th Century|
|Music Cultures of the World|
|Select 4 credits of ensemble, as appropriate to applied principal, from the following:||4|
|Chamber Music Ensemble|
|Vocal Jazz Ensemble|
|Worship and Popular Music Ensemble|
Entry-level standard required.
Must take 4 credits in principle instrument, composition or voice, through proficiency level 224. Sophomore B.A. music degree proficiency required. See Conservatory Office for standards description.
Must take 4 semesters.