Music, Minor

Requirements

Department

Music Minor Requirements

The minor in Music is reserved for students pursuing a degree in a field other than music. Courses taken for the minor may count toward fulfilling General Education requirements but will not count toward fulfilling a music major. The minor requires completion of 20 units of music courses with a minimum of a 2.0 GPA. At least 7 upper-division units must be completed in residence. The program must be approved by the department minor adviser. Music minors must pass the Jury I examination in their declared area of concentration (composition, instrument, or voice) by the completion of the fourth unit of studio instruction.

Required (9 units)
MUSIC 40; 41; 74, or 1A and one of 47 or 58

Studio Instruction (4 units)
Choose one of the following (concurrent enrollment in approved Performance unit required): MUSIC 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 38, 48 If a voice minor, choose 39 or 110 or a combination of the two, upon recommendation of voice faculty.

Performance (4 units)
Choose from the following: MUSIC 102, 103, 117, 118 (Ensembles taken for credit must be approved by the minor adviser and studio teacher.)

Elective (3 units)
Choose one of the following: MUSIC 160T, 161A, 161B, 170A, 170B, 171, 187

Total (20 units)

Faculty

The Department of Music faculty has backgrounds in varied areas of specialization. Many members of the faculty have national and international reputations as performing artists and teachers. Others are well known for their scholarly research, articles, and books. They are all dedicated to providing students with the best music education possible both in their classes and studios.

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