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Minor Programs in Music

Academic Planning Sheet:  Music (Music Minor)

The Music Department offers minor programs in Music (general),  Music Technology (Music and Audio Production), Composition/TheoryJazz Studies, and  Organ Performance Studies

Music majors completing minors in Music Technology, Composition/Theory, Jazz Studies, or Organ Performance must complete a minimum of 18 hours beyond required courses of the BA-Music (General Emphasis) degree, to include required hours in the minor and any electives beyond major and minor degree requirements. These hours fulfill the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences(CHASS)graduation requirements that 18 hours must be taken in a minor or in courses outside the major discipline. 

Minor in Music (General)

Specific Requirements for the Minor in Music (General)
MUS 118 Honors Music Appreciation 3
MUS 127 Functional Piano I; Beginning 1
MUS xxx Ensemble (4 semesters) 4
MUS x01 Music Performance Symposium (4 semesters) 0
MUS 150 Music Theory I 3
MUS 151 Aural Skills I 1
MUS 210 Music Theory II 3
MUS 211 Aural Skills II 1
MUS xxx Applied, Non major (4 semesters) 4
Total semester hours 20

General Education Requirements: 3 semester hours

  • Humanities Courses (3)
    • MUS 118:  Music Appreciation (3)
Major Core RequirementsCredit Hours
MUS 150 Music Theory I 3
MUS 151 Aural Skills I 1
MUS 210 Music Theory II 3
MUS 211 Aural Skills II 1
MUS xxx* Primary Ensemble 4
MUS xxx Non Major Applied Lesson 4
MUS 127 Functional Piano I: Beginning I 1
Total Credits 17

NOTE: See the Department of Music Student Handbook for additional requirements.  

DISCLAIMER: The Academic Planning Sheet is designed as a guide for students planning their course selections. The information on this page provides only a suggested schedule. Actual course selections should be made with the advice and consent of an academic advisor. While accurately portraying the information contained in the college catalog, this form is not considered a legal substitute for that document. Students should become familiar with the catalog in effect at the time in which they entered the institution.

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