Oct 26, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Music and Wellness Minor


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Program director:  Mr. Jim Donovan M.Ed. Chairman Fine Arts Department

This minor, designed for any student regardless of prior formal musical training, allows students to explore the connection between music, mindfulness, and well-being. It also provides opportunities to discover ways to lead evidence-based music and wellness techniques with others.   

This minor is a good match for any musically interested student who will be directly affecting the well-being of other people including (but not limited to) those majoring in Health Sciences, Education, Psychology, Sociology, the Humanities and Social Work. 

Minor Requirements (15 credits)


Choose 3 Music Foundation Credits from the following courses:


Choose 3 Applied Music credits from the following courses:


(MUS 131, 141, 151, and 161 taken for 1 credit and repeatable up to three times each)

  • Comparable private lesson hours on other instruments may be substituted to fulfill the

    Applied Music requirement. These hours must be accrued during your time at SFU and

    only with permission of minor program director.

  • Auditions are NOT required for entry into applied music lessons. Beginners are always

    welcome.

  • Applied music lessons that are taken more than one time are set-up to be progressive in

    nature so that a student may continue to build his/her skills on the instrument with each

    semester of lessons.

Additional Minor Requirements:


  • Attend or perform in a minimum of two Fine Arts related CES events per semester

    (Tracked via CES swipe system) Fall & Spring

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