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The School of Music offers six different music minors, four of which can be paired with any undergraduate major at the University. Some minors are restricted to those who have passed a playing audition.
Auditions for music minors and ensemble participation are held the day before classes begin each fall and spring semester. Incoming freshmen may audition for a music minor as early as the day before classes in August. Audition Days in January are reserved for prospective music majors and graduate students, hoping to matriculate in the fall. Students wishing to minor, but not major, in music should not audition during January Audition Days.
Students interested in participating in a vocal or instrumental ensemble must attend Ensemble Auditions at the beginning of the semester, regardless of declared major or minor.
Please check the UD Course Catalog for complete program plan requirements.
To formally declare any of the following music minors in UDSIS, please submit the Change of Major/Minor Web form. Instructions for this form are available on Registrar’s website.”
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The church music minor provides historical information and practical instruction for those with an interest in this area. Audition is required.
Not currently accepting students to this minor.
The music management studies minor examines the theory and practice of core principals in both the non-profit and for-profit sectors of music. No audition is required to add this minor.
The jazz studies minor includes an exploration of the history of jazz and provides the student with the harmony and improvisation skills used in jazz performance. Audition is required. To request an audition, please contact Professor Tom Palmer. Audition requirements Ensemble placement is by audition each semester. Visit the Ensembles page for more information on Ensemble Auditions and links to audition music.
The musical studies minor provides a breadth of music theory, composition, history, and literature, plus the optional participation in School of Music ensembles. No audition is required to add this minor.
The applied music minor allows a student to take up to four semesters of vocal or instrumental private study plus courses in theory, music history, piano class and ensemble performance. Audition is required for acceptance as an applied music minor. To request an audition, please firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your UDID and primary instrument. Ensemble placement is by audition each semester. Visit the Ensembles page for more information on Ensemble Auditions and links to audition music.
The composition minor is only available to music majors. An interview with composition faculty is required.