Music – Brass, Woodwind, or Percussion Minor
Residential Minor in Music – Brass, Woodwind, or Percussion
Expand your musical expertise with a residential minor in Music – Brass, Woodwind, or Percussion from Liberty University. Develop expertise in foundational music skills and concepts and receive intensive training on your primary instrument. Study music theory, musicianship, and instrumental techniques, and gain stage experience through a variety of performance opportunities.
Learn from experienced professors who are grounded in their Christian faith and integrate a biblical worldview into the classroom. Professors in this degree program hold advanced and terminal degrees in music, as well as decades of real-world experience in the music industry.
The Liberty University School of Music features 50 state-of-the-art practice rooms, smart classrooms, and a world-class concert hall. It also features the 1,600-square-foot Mathena Recording Studio, which offers an extraordinary level of music production options and studio project services for students and professional artists, alike.
- This minor is open to students in any major
Academic Information: Residential Minor in Music – Brass, Woodwind, or Percussion
- 19 credit hours
Program of Study
Featured Brass, Woodwind, or Percussion Courses
- Harmonic Practices and Theory I & II (MUSC 105/106)
- Musicianship I & II (MUSC 107/108)
- The Worship Choir III (MUSC 389)
- Guitar, Strings, Brass, Woodwinds, Percussion Junior (MUSC 352)
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