Welcome to the Music Department
The Music Department exists to prepare Christian musicians for careers in performance, teaching, church music, and various music-related vocations. Students develop and share their God-given abilities by participating in ensembles, recitals, concerts, service projects, and ministries. Through these experiences, the Music Department brings the whole person into the learning process through the integration of curricular and co-curricular activities and provides for the integration of faith and learning together with character and intellect. This approach, along with courses in music theory, music history, performance, aural skills, music technology, the humanities, and Bible & Theology, gives students the skills to become highly valuable in their chosen field.
New trends in music, both within the evangelical church and in the world at large, are seen on our campus. Toccoa Falls College is a community of diverse cultures and students are encouraged to explore music’s diversity from contemporary Christian, jazz, classical, folk, gospel, opera, and world music.
– David Jones, MM., Performance, Department Chair
- Music Minor
If you would like more information on our school, the music department, or on a specific major, please fill out the information sheet and one of our faculty and/or staff members will contact you.
Toccoa Falls College is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation
The Teacher Education and Music Education programs of Toccoa Falls College are approved by the Professional Standards Commission of the State of Georgia and graduates are eligible for teacher certification upon graduation.
For additional school accreditations please go to our accreditations page.
In addition to meeting the entrance requirements of the college, all applicants for admission to the Music Department, freshmen or transfers, are required to audition. Auditions are scheduled throughout the academic year.
Music scholarships are awarded each year to new and returning students by audition, interview, GPA, and College Board examination scores. Contact the Music Department for current information concerning music scholarships.