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Minor in Music

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About the Programme

The Minor in music is for those students who want to complement their degree programme or gain additional knowledge and skills in the area of music. The programme is available to any student accross the Campus where approval is granted by their Dean or Head of Department.   Students will complete 21 credits of courses in the discipline which will be counted within the overall credit hours completed for their programme.

What Will I Study?

At a Glance

  • Degree Level: Undergraduate
  • Qualification: BFA
  • Duration: 3 years Full-Time; 4 years Part-Time

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Programme Details

For the Minor in Music, students will be required to complete seven (7) courses for twenty-one (21) credits, distributed as follows:
 
LEVEL 1
1.      MUSC1010  Introduction to Critical Listening
2.      MUSC1020  C’bean Popular Music and Society

LEVEL II
3-4.  MUSC2400  Knowing Popular Music through Performance (6cr)
5.      MUSC2000  General Musicianship
6. MUSC2100  Composing in Caribbean Popular Genres

LEVEL III
7. MUSC3000 The Music Industry
 

For full details on programme costs, follow the link https://www.cavehill.uwi.edu/financial/fees.aspx

The programme is available to any student across the Campus who is already enrolled in a Major.  Students should seek permission from their Dean to add the Minor to their programme.