Requirements for the Music Minor
The music minor is a program of at least five units. One unit must come from music theory (MUS 100, MUS 122, MUS 220, or MUS 244), and another from history (MUS 200, MUS 201, MUS 202, MUS 209/MUS 309, MUS 222/MUS 322, MUS 224, MUS 230, MUS 235/MUS 335, MUS 275, MUS 276, MUS 277/MUS 377). One of the five units may come from earning one credit through performing music lessons (MUS 198, MUS 199, MUS 298, MUS 299, MUS 344, MUS 398) or through completing two years in an ensemble (MUS 250H). In order to shape a program to suit diverse musical interests, the student minoring in music should plan to select the remaining two or three courses in consultation with their chosen advisor in the process of declaring a music minor. Not more than one academic course taken credit/noncredit may be counted toward the minor.
Music minors are encouraged to develop musicianship through the acquisition of basic keyboard skills, and through ear training, private instruction in practical music, and involvement in the various performing organizations of the Department of Music.