Bachelor of Music (Vocal Performance) - a professional degree designed for those who intend to perform in the professional world, or who wish to pursue a higher degree and eventually teach and perform at the college/university level.
Bachelor of Music Education (Choral Music, voice concentration) - a degree plan designed for prospective choral teachers in the public schools. This professional degree conforms to the certification requirements of the Texas Education Agency. Students completing this degree will be certified to teach music in elementary, middle, and high schools.
Bachelor of Music (Church Music, voice emphasis) - a degree created to prepare future church musicians for the wide-ranging field of church music. For more information pertaining to this degree, please refer to the School of Music's Church Music webpage.
Bachelor of Arts in Music (Vocal Performance) - a degree plan with a concentration in voice is offered through the College of Arts and Sciences. In this degree, students may pursue studies that emphasize either performance or academic studies in music. For additional information concerning the Bachelor of Arts in Music, please consult the Baylor University Undergraduate Catalog.
Master of Music (Performance) - This professional degree is designed for those who have successfully completed an undergraduate program and wish to pursue the artistry of teaching and performance at a higher level. Full and partial graduate assistantships are available to qualified applicants.