Skip to Content

Music Minor Program

Primary or Secondary Minor

The minor in music is designed to develop basic musicianship and music appreciation through performance, rehearsal techniques, theoretical analysis and listening experiences. These skills can be applied in a number of career fields, including education, performing arts, ministry, marketing and media production, among others.

Class instruction in piano and voice are offered for students with little or no background.

Core Music Minor Courses

MUSC 114 - Music Theory I
MUSC 114L - Music Theory Lab I
MUSC 115 - Music Theory II
MUSC 115L - Music Theory Lab II
MUSC 248 - Music History and Literature II

Additional Program Requirements

The music minor also requires one of the following courses: MUSC 125, MUSC 225 or MUSC 247, plus one additional elective.

Six semesters of applied lessons in either voice or piano, six semesters of ensembles and six semesters of recital attendance are also required for the music minor.

Cliff Singers is the required ensemble for the music minor with vocal emphasis.

An additional fee is charged for private lessons in organ, piano and voice.