The Music major will equip you with knowledge, skill, and character pertinent to general music-related careers from a biblical worldview for kingdom service. Flexibility is the key advantage in this degree. By completing this major you will be well-equipped for future opportunities such as community studio music teachers, music retailers, music librarians and music assistants. This includes 21 hours of electives which is enough to pick up a minor in any area that you’re interested in, such as Counseling (in preparation for Music Therapy).
Worship Arts: Do you want to be a Worship Leader?
The B.S. degree with a Worship Arts Concentration is designed to prepare you for a career in the area of church music ministry. The courses within the concentration focus especially on new and current trends and methodologies in contemporary Christian praise and worship leadership. Skills are developed through modern instrumental methods courses (guitar, bass, drum kit, keyboards) and participation in chapel bands. Studies in this concentration also include courses in Sound/Stage Lighting, Contemporary Songwriting, Music & Worship, Administration in Music and Worship Repertoire. TFC recently welcomed graduate Music graduate Aaron Shust as he debuted his new Christmas album with his TFC family accompanied by the choir, band, and orchestra. Other TFC Music graduates include Dave Prentice, Worship Pastor at Butler Community Alliance Church in Pennsylvania and Aaron Davis, Worship Leader at Impact Fellowship Church in Kansas.
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