The College of Communication and the Arts at Seton Hall offers a minor in Music Performance.
I. Basic Requirements
- MUTH 1112-4111-Music Theory I-IV
- MUHI 1201-1202-History of Western Musical Styles I or II
- II.Music Performance
A.Instrument/Voice (Select 8 credits)
- MUAP 1011-1012-Beginning Piano I-II
- MUAP 1131-Beginning Voice
- MUAP 1291-1294-Beginning Instruments
- MUAP 2211-2219-Private Piano Instruction or
- MUAP 2231-2239-Private Voice Instruction or
- MUAP 3291-3299-Private Brass Instruction or
- MUAP 3391-3399-Private Woodwinds Instruction or
- MUAP 3491-3499-Private Strings Instruction or
- MUAP 3591-3599-Private Percussion Instruction or
- MUAP 3691-3699-Private Organ Instruction or
B.Ensemble (Select 4 credits)
- MUAP 1141-1148-Band or
- MUAP 1151-1158-Chorus or
- MUAP 1161-1168-Vocal Chamber Ensemble or
- MUAP 1183-1190-Instrumental Chamber Ensemble
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