Degree Description

The Music Department at Mott Community College offers a comprehensive two year collegiate music program designed to fulfill the freshman and sophomore requirements needed to transfer to four year colleges and universities.

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The Music Department at Mott Community College offers a comprehensive two year collegiate music program designed to fulfill the freshman and sophomore requirements needed to transfer to four year colleges and universities.

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Degree Pathway

To apply to become a music major in the Mott Music Program, applicants will need to complete to following: 

  1. Application for the Music Program which includes our Scholarship application - online at www.music.mcc.edu
  2. Schedule an audition with the Fine Arts and Social Sciences office: (810) 762-0332
    • Audition information requirements vary depending on which instrument. You may request a copy of the audition/student handbook at any time.
  3. Complete the Music Theory placement exam (ideally prior to June 28 - before the start of the summer session). The exam is located in the Testing Center (3rd floor of the library). Students must bring their photo I.D. and a pencil.

Music majors are required to participate in Band (instrumentalists) or Choir (vocalists) for four semesters. A chamber ensemble may be substituted for jazz majors (Jazz Ensemble) guitarists (Guitar Ensemble) and string and piano players (String Ensemble/Piano Trio).