Minor in Sacred Music

The minor in Sacred Music requires 26 credits in applied study (private lessons), music theory, music history, ensembles, and a specialty in organ or voice. 

A complete description of requirements and course descriptions can be found in the undergraduate catalog.

Requirements

  • MUST 101, Sight Ear (1)
  • MUST 102, Sight Ear (1)
  • MUST 111, Music Theory (2)
  • MUST 112, Music Theory (2)
  • MUHI 200, Music Literature (2)
  • MUHI 330, Music History (3)
  • MUHI 331, Music History (3)
  • MUSC 499, Recital Hour (1)
2 - 5 hours from
  • MUSP 290, Intro Conducting (2)
  • MUHI 498, Church Choral Music/Hymnody (3)
0 - 1 hour from
  • MUSP 437, Small Ensemble (Organ and Church Music) (1)
  • MUSP 438, Small Ensemble (Vocal) (1)
1 - 3 hours from
  • MUSC 350, Large Vocal Ensemble (1)
  • MUSC 351, Large Vocal Ensemble (.5)
Complete One Option
Option A: Organ, 8 hours

  • MUHI 496, History of Organ Literature (2)
  • MUSE 458, Methods of Organ Teaching (1)
  • MUSP 203, Minor Study (3 credits total; 1 - 2 credits per semester)
  • MUSP 377, Church Music: Services/Admin (2)
Option B: Voice, 8 hours

  • MUSP 203, Minor Study (3 - 4 credits total; 1 - 2 credits per semester)

    4 - 5 hours from
  • MUHI 435, Music in the Baroque Era (2)
  • MUHI 436, Music in the Pre-classical Era (2)
  • MUHI 437, Music in the Romantic Era (2)
  • MUST 412, 17th and 18th Century Compositional Practices (2-3)