Minor in Jazz Studies
The Minor in Jazz Studies is designed to prepare the student for a wide range of opportunities to successfully work in the jazz idiom, including jazz theory, composition, and arranging, improvisation, and in-depth study of the historical aspects of both jazz and popular music. Jazz Studies students can participate in any of CSU-Pueblo's related ensembles, which include big band, choral, and guitar performance groups.
Minor In Jazz Studies
Specific Requirements for the Minor (2016-17 Academic Year)
|Core Requirements (12 Credit Hours)||Credit Hours|
|MUS 120 History of Jazz||2|
|MUS 285 Cultural History of Popular Music||2|
|MUS 152 Jazz Improvisation I||2|
|MUS 252 Jazz Improvisation II||2|
|MUS 180 Applied Composition- Jazz Composition and Arranging (2 semesters)||1+1|
|MUS 439 Recital: Jazz Studies||2|
|(Minimum 6 Credit Hours) chosen from the following:||Credit Hours|
|MUS 108, 208, 308, 408 Vocal Jazz Ensemble||1-5|
|MUS 136, 236, 336, 436 Guitar Ensemble- Jazz||1-5|
|MUS 154, 254, 354, 454 Jazz Ensemble||1-5|
|Total Credit Hours for the Minor||18|
NOTE: See the Department of Music Student Handbook for additional requirements.
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