Department of Performing and Visual Arts
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Lecturer: L. Catlin
Music is perhaps mankind's most highly developed form of interpersonal communication. All cultures and societies employ music in order to express praise to their deity and to socially relate to one another. The formal study of music enables the student to have a much more meaningful and profound understanding of the various ways music is created and enjoyed.
To acquire a Minor in Music, it is necessary to successfully complete 15 credit hours of instruction (normally five courses). The sequence of courses begin with MUSC 240. Independent study courses are only offered to music minors or other students majoring or minoring within the program of the Department of Performing and Visual Arts. Please note that MUSC 220 does not fulfill the requirements of the Music Minor.