The Faculty of the Department of Music are committed to providing a vibrant musical and learning environment to nurture artistic and creative growth in all students of music, to encourage and guide students through dynamic interaction in classroom and practical experiences as they mature into tomorrow's music professionals, and to mentor students in responsible use of their talents for service to Christ and to humanity.

Bachelor of Music curricula provide a comprehensive exposure to and experience with the performance, history, and theory of music. Students receive hands-on supervised teaching experience in studio or classroom teaching. Bachelor of Arts curricula are for students wishing to pursue concerted study in music within a liberal arts context.

Whether interested in a major or a minor, generic or specific emphasis, we offer what you need. Our music programs combine classroom studies, in-the-field experience, research and a musical internship to prepare you to be the best musician possible.

View our degrees and course descriptions for more information.

Academic Programs Credits
BA: Music 45  
BS in Music 89
BMus (Bachelor of Music)
    Music Education
            Teacher Certification Requirements

BMus:Music Performance 85-93
Minor in Music 26
MA: Music 32
MMus: Conducting 32
MMus: Music Education 34
MMus: Music Ministry 35
MMus: Music Performance 32