Develop your performance skills, knowledge and musicianship


Major Summary

Music is a prominent aspect of the Christian faith tradition, and also of our communities, culture, and world. Studying music in a Christian environment allows students to combine their faith and their musical interests. Graduates of the program will be able to have the skills for professional musical leadership in church, school, or communities. Critical thinking, problem solving, and practical skills in music theory and music history are developed through the coursework. Students also learn effective performance skills in ensembles and in solo work. Those who desire to pursue further study in music will be well prepared to do so. 

There are no prerequisites for the general music major program, however students must maintain a grade of C or better in all music courses. The music program will enable the students to pursue additional undergraduate programs as well as graduate studies in any music discipline.

Major Options

Bachelor of Arts - Music Advanced Major (4 yrs.)
Bachelor of Arts - Ethnomusicology Advanced Major (4 yrs.)
Bachelor of Arts - Music Honors Major (4 yrs.)
Bachelor of Arts - Music Major (3 yrs.)
Minor in Music (Combine with any Major)

Career Options

  • Musicians
  • Music Teachers
  • Music Therapists
  • Worship Band Leaders
  • Further Graduate Studies









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