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Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 
    
Undergraduate Academic Catalog 2017 - 2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Music Minor


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Overview

The music minor is designed to give students the basic skills to understand and appreciate music and participate in music performance.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Music performance
    1.1 Mastery of primary instrument
    1.2 Piano proficiency

     
  2. Music scholarship
    2.1 Music history and literature
    2.2 Music research and scholarly writing

     
  3. Musicianship
    3.1 Sight-singing and aural skills
    3.2 Music theory

     
  4. Music and Christian worship

     
  5. Music and technology
     

Locations Offered

Main Campus Fresno

General Education or Other Prerequisites (6 Units)


Note:


Students who demonstrate sufficient background (by exam) may waive MUS 101 - Elements of Musicianship  and proceed directly to MUS 110 MUS 110 - Music Theory and Aural Skills   and   MUS 110L - Music Theory and Aural Skills Lab . For students who require foundation studies in preparation for the theory course sequence, music faculty recommends MUS 131 - Piano Class  or MUS 135 - Private Instruction in Piano , followed by MUS 101 - Elements of Musicianship  . 

Note:


Music history courses should be preceded by MUS 349 - Music Research  and MUS 110L - Music Theory and Aural Skills Lab .

Applied Music (Private Instruction) (4 units)


Four semesters of private instruction on the same instrument and successful completion of the Level 1 Exam.

Ensemble (8 units)


Four semesters of participation in a performing ensemble. All ensemble participation units may be taken in any of these ensembles:

Up to 50% of all required ensemble units may be taken in any of these ensembles:


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