Western Art Music Minor
The undergraduate minor program in Western Art Music offers a course of study leading to the minor in music. The goal of this program is to provide a focus for music activities, as well as a background in music theory, history, and performance. A student may obtain a minor in music by completion of the following courses:
· Music 11A: Classical Music from the Middle Ages to the Present. (Formerly Introduction to Western Art Music.), or Music 11D: Introduction to World Musics
· Music 30A, 30B and 30C: Theory, Literature, and Musicianship
· 6 quarters of upper division ensembles.
· 6 quarters of Instrumental/Voice Lessons. (6 Lower Division credits, plus 9 Upper Division credits).
- 3 Quarters of Music 63, Group Lessons: Hour, 2 units (Free with associated scholarship), or MUSC 61/62, Individual Lessons
- 3 Quarters of Music 161, Individual Lessons: One Hour, 3 units (Fee: $650, $500 once a declared minor)
· One course from the following list:
Music 101A, 101B, 101C: History of Western Art Music
Music 180A, Music 180B, Music 180C: Studies in World Musics
- Please note: Some courses are offered during Summer Session, and can count towards your minor. Check the Summer Session schedule of classes for more info!