College of Human Development, Culture, and Media
COAR Music Performance

Music Performance

The College of Human Development, Culture, and Media at Seton Hall offers a minor in Music Performance.


Music Performance Minor – 23 credits

A. Music Academics (11 credits)

  • MUHI 1201 History of Western Musical Styles I* (3 credits)
  • MUHI 1202 History of Western Musical Styles II* (3 credits)
  • MUTH 2500 Theory of Music I (3 credits)
  • MUTH 2501 Aural Skills I (1 credit)
  • MUTH 2510 Theory of Music II (3 credits)
  • MUTH 2511 Aural Skills II (1 credit)

* Prerequisites: MUTH 2500/2501 and MUTH 2510/2511

B. Primary Instrument (8 credits):

  • MUAP 1011 Beginning Piano I
  • MUAP 1131 Beginning Voice
  • MUAP 2211 Private Piano Instruction (1 credit)
  • MUAP 2231 Private Voice Instruction (1 credit)
  • MUAP 3291 Private Brass Instruction (1 credit)
  • MUAP 3391 Private Woodwinds Instruction (1 credit)
  • MUAP 3491 Private Strings Instruction (1 credit)
  • MUAP 3591 Private Percussion Instruction (1 credit)
  • MUAP 3691 Private Organ Instruction (1 credit)

C. Ensemble (Select 4 credits):

  • MUAP 1140 Concert Band (1 credit)
  • MUAP 1141 Pep Band (1 credit)
  • MUAP 1151 University Choir (1 credit)
  • MUAP 1161 Chamber Choir (1 credit)
  • MUAP 1183 Instrumental Chamber Ensemble (1 credit)
  • MUAP 1211 Orchestra (1 credit)
  • MUAP 1221 Jazz Ensemble (1 credit)


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Dena Levine
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