These are the courses offered in the Music Department

A study of instrumental conducting including organizing ensembles, baton technique, score analysis, rehearsal techniques, and band/orchestra literature.

A study of the development of Christian Hymnody from the early church to the present Contemporary P&W music. This course will highlight principal writers, movements, and the influence on congregational singing; as well as the structure, theology, and interpretation.


This course aims to train the music minister to have a solid foundation in reading music, which will help the minister become more effective and efficient in the ministry. This course includes lessons in sight-singing, ear training, conducting patterns, melodic and harmonic intervals and simple diatonic melodies.



This course is an independent study on a music topic, creating curriculum or manual for a specific skill/instrument/etc. in conjunction with an assigned faculty member.


A study of fundamentals of music, including rhythm and note reading. This course will cover the beginning theory, history, intervals, scales, dynamics, tempo, basic chords, and number notation.


A study on the theological, historical, and cultural foundations for church music ministry. This course will include instructions in designing creative worship and leading congregational singing in worship services.


' This is an applied piano class. In this course, we will be applying fundamental music theory and musicianship. We will also be exploring the shape of dynamics in scores. This course also aims to develop piano skills and stage management.
This is an applied piano class. In this course, we will be applying fundamental music theory and musicianship. We will also be exploring the shape of dynamics in scores. This course also aims to develop piano skills and stage management.

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