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Music minor, Jeremy Schreier ('14) speaks with visiting percussionist Glen Kotche during a masterclass at Bing Concert Hall's rehearsal studio.

The minor in Music or in Music, Science, and Technology (MST) provides students with a core of essential courses in music that establishes a foundation for informed appreciation of music and a basis for further study, should the student wish to pursue it.

Students considering a minor in General Music or MST should review the requirements in the “Music” section of Explore Degrees in the Stanford Bulletin.

Core Requirements and Declaration

The minor in General Music or MST follows the same core requirements as the corresponding Music major areas, with a central set of courses in Music Theory, History, Analysis, and Applied Music. For a complete description of required courses, refer to the Music section of the Stanford Bulletin. For instructions on how to declare a Music minor, click the link below and follow the steps for declaring a major.

Music Minor Description in the STANFORD Bulletin

How to Declare

Questions about the content of this page or undergraduate degree requirements in Music in the Stanford Bulletin? Contact Rowen Leigh, Undergraduate Student Services Officer.

Last modified on: 
Wednesday, June 22, 2016