Vocal Performance minor

Vocal Performance minor



The minor in vocal performance provides strong theoretical and practical preparation for careers in performance and entertainment. The minor strengthens students’ skills through classwork, voice lessons and performance opportunities in musical theater, cabaret and exploration of a variety of vocal performance genres leading to the development of a diverse repertoire.

  • MUSC 140 Music Theory
  • MUST 220 Sight Singing
  • MUST 260 Musical Theater Repertoire
  • MUST 350 Vocal Genre Performance I
  • MUST 411 Musical Scene Study*
  • MUST 412 Vocal Genre Performance II*
  • MUST 440 Auditioning for Careers in Vocal Music
  • — Directed elective†
  • — Directed elective†

Total course of study: 40 hours

* Choose one of these two courses.
† Choose one of the following: DANC 211 Introduction to Jazz Dance, DANC 212 Introduction to Modern Dance, MPRA 103 Introduction to Performance, MPRA 210 Voice for Performance I, MPRA 211 Voice for Performance II, MPRA 330 Singing for the Actor, MUSC 240 Music Composition, or SNDS 201 Introduction to Sound Design.

Student work

  • Production design, Spring Awakening
  • Hair