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Do you love music, but don't have time for a full major? Why not pursue a minor in church music? You will have the opportunity to receive private lessons, get involved in ensembles, learn the basics of music, and enroll in upper level church music courses with others who share your passion for worship (see descriptions below and the Degree Plan). Learn from some of the finest faculty in the world and grow from interaction with other students. For more information about becoming a church music minor, please contact Dr. Randall Bradley.
A study of music in worship from biblical times to the present. Includes strengthening worship leadership and planning skills and thereby connecting the principles and practice of music making in worship to the broader life of the Church in a local context.
A survey of vocal music in the Christian church, with particular emphasis upon the literary, scriptural, theological, musical, historical, and performance background of congregational song, and an introduction to selected standard sacred choral literature.
Survey of the principles involved in organizing and implementing a comprehensive music ministry, including budgeting, programming, and multiple staff relationships. An introduction to pastoral skills including visioning, hospital visitation, and conflict management.