BME, BMT, and BA Music and BA-Music Performance Majors are not eligible for the minor in Music.
- Students must meet with a college advisor to declare a minor and review the course requirements.
- A grade of C or higher is required for all courses in the minor.
- A minimum of 12 credit hours of the minor must be completed at FGCU.
- Students must nroll in a large ensemble (1 credit) every semester they are enrolled in an applied lesson.
- Students desiring certification of a minor and designation on their academic transcript must verify that the minor is displayed on their Graduation Application.
Audition Requirement - To be accepted into the program, students must complete the Bower School of Music online application and audition for admittance.
Please see https://www.fgcu.edu/cas/bsma/music/auditionapplication for information about auditions.
Complete each of the following:
- Any MUN 1000-2999 Music Ensemble (1 cr x 2 semesters) (2)
- Any MUN 3000-4999 Music Ensemble (1 cr x 3 semesters) (3)
- MUT 1111 Music Theory I (3)
- MUT 1241 Aural Skills I (1)
- MVK 1111 Class Piano (1) *
- MVx 1xxx Freshman Applied Music (1 cr x 2 semesters) (2)**
- MVx 2xxx Sophomore Applied Music (1 cr x 2 semesters) (2) **
- MVx 3xxx Junior Applied Music (1 cr x 1 semester) (1) **
Complete one of the following:
- MUL 2010 Music Appreciation (3)
- MUH 2512 World Music Cultures (3)
Complete three credits from the following:
- Any upper level music course(s) for which the student has completed the prerequisites (MUX 3000-4999)
*Students may be exempt based on performance on the piano placement exam.
** Applied Music Study must occur in five separate semesters, including one at the upper level. Students registered for applied music MVx 1xxx - MVx 4xxx must be registered concurrently for a large ensemble (MUN 1120, 1310, 2210, 3133, 3313, 3343, 4143 or 4213, as appropriate) each semester.
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED: 20-21
Transfer Notes and Acceptable Substitutes
Transfer credits will ordinarily be accepted from regionally accredited institutions and evaluated for appropriate credit toward requirements in the student's degree program.
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