Feb 07, 2023
This option prepares students for transfer to a four-year college with a major in Musical Theater. This option serves as a basis for careers in Musical Theater. Students can pursue careers in the music business, music production, music performance, and music education. According to workforce statistics, music majors can also find career opportunities in music publishing, professional music ensembles, music administration, or management endeavors. Students are given the opportunity to contribute to and work on SCCC productions and workshops. Students will explore history, musicianship, theory, composition, and performance to develop an individual creative identity.
The objectives of this program are to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the history, cultural diversity and heritage of Musical Theater.
- Acquire an appreciation of music performance and identify a personal aesthetic.
- Recognize music as art and a universal language with organization and structure.
- Identify and articulate the components of music production.
- Perform acting/music from a variety of genres showing the abilities of a professional.
- ENGL 102 - English Composition II Credits: 3
- GMSC 000 - Math or Science Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- GTEC 000 - Technology Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- GSOC 000 - Social Science Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- MUSC 102 - Dance I Credits: 1
- MUSC 002 - Applied Music I Credits: 1 *
- PHIL 000 - Philosophy Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- HIST 001 - History Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- GHMN 000 - Humanities Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- GLCA 001 - Global & Cultural Awareness Gen Ed Requirement Credits: 3
- MUSC 215 - Musical Theater Performance I Credits: 3
Total Program Hours: 60
*Applied Music I & II - Course number varies based on student’s primary instrument or voice. See College catalog for choices.
Philosophy, Technology, Social Science, Global and Cultural Awareness, and Math and Science General Education Courses
Choose from the list of approved courses in the College catalog.
Humanities General Education Courses (Recommended)
Recommended courses listed below but student can also choose from the list of approved General Education courses in the College catalog.
History General Education Courses
Choose from the list of approved History General Education courses in the College catalog. Must choose a level I & II sequence.
Students may need to first take some developmental courses that are designed to prepare students for the college-level coursework in their academic plan. This may add to the students’ completion time. The number of credits students take each semester will determine when the student will complete his/her program of study.