Popular Music Studies - minor
If you want to expand your knowledge of popular music styles, the minor in Popular Music Studies is for you.
You will take courses in the history of rock & roll, jazz, and hip hop music alongside musicianship and performance courses like Music Technology, Music Fundamentals, applied lessons, ensembles, piano and/or guitar classes.
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|MU-310||Rock & Roll History||2|
|MU-218||Hip Hop Music in American Culture||2|
|MU-102||Understanding Music Fundamentals||2|
|Ensemble||A MU-130 course (vocalists or instrumentalists) or a MU 120 course (instrumentalists only)||2|
|MU Elective||Music (MU) Electives from MUE-119, MUE-219, MUE-105, MUE-106, MUE-111 or MUA Applied Lessons||4|