The minor in Music History offers students of other majors an opportunity to delve into the academic study of music with courses that feature music research, music analysis, and writing about music.
- MUHI 1201 History of Western Musical Styles I* (3 credit)
- MUHI 1202 History of Western Musical Styles II* (3 credit)
- MUHI 2010 Music as Cultural Dialogue (3 credit)
- MUHI 3201 Research Methods and Writing about Music (3 credit)
- MUTH 2500 Theory of Music I (3 credit)
- MUTH 2501 Aural Skills I (1 credit)
- MUTH 2510 Theory of Music II (3 credit)
- MUTH 2511 Aural Skills II (1 credit)
Prerequisites: MUTH 2500 and 2501 and MUTH 2510 and 2511
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