Bachelor of Arts in Music
A student wishing to pursue a liberal arts degree with an emphasis in applied music may audition for this program. While developing performance and ensemble skills, understanding the place of music in its broader context as one of the humanities is the priority of this major. It also provides a sizeable percentage of elective hours, making it an attractive option for students who wish to pursue a second major.
Bachelor of Music in Music and Worship
Specifically designed to equip the music minister in the local church setting, this degree track incorporates the building of practical skills needed to lead the modern church in musical worship. Performance literature includes a well-selected balance of standard repertory and contemporary selections. A primary goal of this program is to develop in the student a balance of skill, knowledge, and practical application through intensive music study supported by a broad general core.
Bachelor of Science in Music (Music Business Emphasis)
Offered in cooperation with the Department of Business and the Department of Communication and the Arts, this degree track provides multidisciplinary instruction to students desiring careers as performers, managers, or entrepreneurs in music business. Building on the common core of music classes, the degree culminates with a recital or specialized project.