Department of Music

Faculty: Philip Miller (Department Chair), Casey Christopher, Walden Hughes, Judy Marlett, George Turner

Learning Objectives: The objective of the music curriculum is to develop within students excellence in creating, performing, and appreciating music. The program serves the total student body by providing ensembles, lessons, and courses, which are open to all students. Also, the program makes available to the student body concerts and recitals throughout the year in the Swayne Auditorium and other auditoriums on campus. The program's course offerings provide the opportunity to do the following:

  1. Pursue careers in music
  2. Develop one's perception of the intrinsic and aesthetic values within musical expression (Truth)
  3. Understand the interrelatedness of music and Christian service (Community and Service)
  4. Prepare for service in church and community (Community and Service)
  5. Relate music to life-long learning (Transformation)

Bachelor of Arts, Music

Applied Concentration
Track I Piano
Track II Voice
Track III Instrumental
Track IV Theory/Composition
Music Industry Concentration
General Music Concentration
Bachelor of Arts, Worship Arts
Music Education
See Secondary Education: Music Teaching Area, Music Second Teaching Field

Music Industry