about the program
As a Music major at MNU you choose a primary performance area, including voice, piano, band instruments, guitar and bass. You will learn about music theory and music history, develop aural skills and keyboard skills, and participate in a wide range of ensembles while studying one-on-one with a professional musician. At the culmination of your degree program, you'll present a solo recital.
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Music major scholarships and/or music ensemble participation scholarships are available to exceptional students, who follow the Audition Information, complete the Music Scholarship Application Form, and perform a successful audition.
Music majors will be provided a new iPad to increase their learning experience.
For more information contact the Department of Arts and Humanities at 913.971.3441 or email email@example.com.
- Music Business Manager
- Choir Director
- Music Minister
- Private Instructor
Freshman Year - First Semester
|MUED||1201||Computer Skills for Musicians||1|
|MUTH||2103||Music Theory I||3|
|MUTH||2301||Aural Skills I||1|
|APMU||1501||Keyboard Skills I||1|
Freshman Year - Second Semester
|ENGL||1703||English Comp II||3|
|MUTH||2203||Music Theory II||3|
|MUTH||2401||Aural Skills II||1|
|APMU||1601||Keyboard Skills II||1|
Sophomore Year - First Semester
|MUTH||3103||Music Theory III||3|
|MUTH||3301||Aural Skills III||1|
|APMU||1701||Keyboard Skills III||1|
Sophomore Year - Second Semester
|MUTH||3203||Music Theory IV||3|
|MUTH||3401||Aural Skills IV||3|
|APMU||2501||Keyboard Skills IV||3|
|MUED||3202||Music Media and Technology||3|
Junior Year - First Semester
|MHST||3503||Music History I||3|
Junior Year - Second Semester
|MHST||3503||Music History II||3|
Senior Year - First Semester
|MHST||3603||Music History III||3|
Senior Year - Second Semester
Developed specifically for Traditional Undergraduate Students, MNU launched a new schedule in 2020. Semester-long courses are now held on Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday for 75 minutes each.
As an MNU student, you’ll encounter not only academic growth and career preparation but you’ll also transform through spiritual growth and time spent in service and mission. We think that’s a
recipe for success in today’s global world.