Music Minor

Music Minors

 Two minors in music are available to students: an applied music minor and an elective music minor.

 Applied Music Minor: 16 hours

Sixteen hours in one performance area (minimum 8 hours at or above level 201 and one year in an appropriate ensemble), normally consisting of 14 hours of applied study and 2 hours of ensemble. A hearing is required to establish appropriate placement of study. Limited enrollment in some areas based on teacher availability.

Instrumental and Vocal Requirements: voice, violin, viola, violoncello, double bass, guitar, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba, flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, bassoon, percussion

Credits

14 hours of applied music

14

2 hours of ensemble

2

Total

16

Piano Requirements

Credits

14 hours of piano

14

2 hours of ensemble

2

Total

16

Organ Requirements

Credits

14 hours of organ

14

2 hours of ensemble

2

Total

16

Keyboard

Credits

14 hours of piano and organ combined

14

2 hours of ensemble

2

Total

16

 

Elective Music Minor: 16 hours

The Elective Minor in Music is a special 16-hour concentration of selected courses developed to meet the student's individual interests as approved by the director of the Greatbatch School of Music. It may include some applied and/or ensemble work but requires a minimum of 8 credits of coursework other than applied lessons or ensembles. The course of study agreed upon by the student and department is placed on file in the Registrar’s Office.

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