The music minor is designed to provide the student with a broader base of knowledge and knowledge and experiences that are built upon music fundamentals, composition and technology, music history, and music performance skills.
The Fine Arts Department offers private music lessons for students at varying levels of proficiency. Contact Stephen Grieco, DMA for details.
Requirements for the Minor in Music
(all courses 3 credits unless noted)
- MUS 110 - Music Theory & Composition I
- MUS 160 - Music Technology & Media Scoring I
- MUS 202 - Survey of Music
- Applied Music Lessons / Music Ensembles
Student must complete a total of 3 credit hours of Applied lessons and/or performing ensemble. Eligible courses are listed in the University Catalog under the MUS Prefix such as University Chorus, and private lessons in Composition, Guitar, Piano, and Voice. Other instruments and/or ensembles are available according to availability.
- Music Electives (6 credits)
Cabrini University offers a wide variety of music classes that are designed to prepare students for a solid and relevant understanding of music. Students must complete 6 total credits of music electives. These electives are open music electives to provide the student with the flexibility to gain a deeper understand that best fits with the students overall learning objectives and career aspirations. Eligible courses must have a MUS prefix and at least three of the six total credits must be a music course at the 200 level or higher.
Total Credits for Minor: 18