The Music Minor in Performance is designed for students with majors in non-music disciplines who have a love of vocal or instrumental music and wish to pursue performance study at the university level. This degree provides students with the opportunity to strengthen music theory and music history skills, take applied music lessons (two credits per semester) with one of our distinguished performance faculty members and participate in Department of Music ensembles. Ensembles generally meet once or twice per week, and all minors and non-music majors are encouraged to join.
Students in the Music Minor in Performance take four semester of applied lessons on the instrument/voice for which they have auditioned.
The following is the approved normal course of study for students pursuing a Music Minor in Performance. In all cases a student's particular program should be determined in consultation with his or her academic advisor. There are 28 total required credit hours in music for this degree. Academic standards that apply to music majors will also apply to music minors.
|Theory||MUS 105; MUS 106||10 credits|
|History||MUS 213-214||6 credits|
|Ensemble||Upper-division credit||4 credits|
|Applied Music||Upper-division credit||8 credits|