Composition and Music Technology Minor
Recognizing the interdisciplinary nature of the arts and how the arts often integrate into and enhance students’ study in other disciplines such as criminal justice, communication, business and psychology, the Visual and Performing Arts Department offers minors in its three disciplines of Art, Music, and Theatre. A minor in the arts allows students to further explore and develop their affinity for the arts and their artistic talents.
As a music composition and technology minor, students apply a strong foundation in musical literacy and personal musicianship to composition and emerging digital technologies. Traditional courses in music theory, performance, and composition prepare students for digital application of music.
Students perform original compositions as well as compose original music for student video and film projects and theatrical productions. Students choose courses based on personal interest from a variety of fields to complete the elective component of this minor. These include creative writing, film and video games, web design, and practical business management in addition to visual art, music, theater, and interdisciplinary arts courses.
Requirements for a Minor in Composition and Music Technology
22 credits as follows:
and Class Piano
|MU-205||Music Theory I||3|
|MU-275||Computers and Music||3|
|MU-305||Music Theory II||3|