If you have an interest in the performing arts, consider adding a minor in music to your plan of study.
Whether your passion is performing under the bright lights on the main stage or you are looking for more knowledge about music and the
performing arts, a music minor will enhance your career preparation and enrich your major.
a music minor enables you to use your creative talents and energies—and gain important skills useful for careers in business, communication, education, history, theatre, studio art, psychology, and many other fields.
Total Credit Hours: 20-21
*This requirement can be waived based on when a student enters into the program at the discretion of the department chair.
*Music minors must participate in either MUS 159, MUS 102, MUS 108, or MUS 103 for their large ensemble requirement (other ensemble options for pianists, organists, and guitar players).