Westminster's Master of Voice Pedagogy program is offered almost entirely online and is specifically designed to serve the needs of professional singers, voice teachers, school music teachers, and voice coaches who want advanced training in the art and science of voice teaching. For those interested, there is also the option of extensive voice research. Supported by the latest developments in voice science, and thoroughly grounded in practical application, the program offers the most comprehensive training for singing teachers available anywhere. Because of the high standard required for admission to this program, applications will be considered only from candidates who can document professional experience, and who have worked in their chosen field for at least five years since their undergraduate degree was completed.

At least one course required to fulfill this degree is offered online each semester. Coursework is also offered during Westminster's six-week Summer Session, including the Voice Pedagogy Institute, allowing degree candidates to maintain performance schedules and teaching jobs during the year.

The distinguished Master of Voice Pedagogy faculty includes Christopher Arneson, JJ Penna, Kathy Kessler Price and Sean McCarther. This unique program is for experienced singers, teachers, and collaborative pianists who are ready to become true masters in the art of teaching.