Minor in Music and Culture
Music is vital to contemporary society, whether as commercial entertainment, political or social statement, spiritual expression, fine art, or personal pastime. The Minor in Music and Culture focuses on engendering an understanding of music in and as culture and examines music’s functions through a critical lens, using a broad repertoire that allows students to make connections between musical expression and broader political, economic, religious and social spheres.
Administered by: Department of Philosophy and Music
To receive this Minor, you must complete six (6) courses from the following curriculum:
One (1) of the following:
Plus a total of five (5) elective courses as follows:
Minimum of two (2) of the following:
*If not taken as the required foundation course
Minimum of two (2) courses of the following:
Please see (PDF file) Senate Policy 2, Section 7.4 for further information about Minors.