Minor in Worship Leadership
The minor in worship leadership serves as a secondary academic program available to undergraduate students wishing to pursue the development of skills and abilities in worship leadership. The program provides studies in the history and theology of corporate worship, technological awareness, and practical tools for worship design and ensemble leadership. In addition, foundational studies in music theory, ear training, sight singing, and applied study are included, and the program fosters the musical awareness and leadership skills needed for competency in the field. Students are required to participate in a designated number of School of Music ensembles.
|MUS 160||Worship Leadership Formation||3|
|Foundational Music Proficiencies|
|MUS 120||Music Fundamentals 1||3|
|MUS 121||Music Theory I 1||3|
|MUS 133||Practical Musicianship I||1|
|Ensemble Requirement (2 Semesters)|
|MUS 210||Performance Forum (4 Semesters)||0|
|Applied Study (1 Unit x 2 Semesters)||2|
|Foundational Courses in Worship Leadership|
|MUS 202||Singing The Faith||3|
|MUS 375||Worship Arts Leadership||3|
|MUS 376||Worship Design||3|
|Choose two of the following:||2|
|Worship Studio I|
|Worship Studio II|
|Worship Studio III|
|Worship Studio IV|
Meets the General Education Humanities: Fine Arts requirement.
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Demonstrate a command of skills required for comprehensive musicianship, including sight singing/ear training, functional keyboard, music technology, and analysis.
- Demonstrate understanding of music in historical, cultural and stylistic context.
- Demonstrate career-oriented application of skills.
- Demonstrate appropriate understanding of the intersection of music and faith.