The School of the Arts, through its Division of Music, provides graduate studies in church music, music education, piano performance and pedagogy, instrumental and vocal performance. Each of these programs has a strong vocational focus, equipping students to serve in music ministries, teach music in the classroom setting or perform and teach music in the private studio. Beyond the areas of specialization, the Division of Music through its graduate programs aims to prepare well-rounded professionals who demonstrate a high level of musicianship, competence in solo performance and conducting, a secure knowledge of historical and analytical approaches to music literature and the ability to do research and writing appropriate to the vocational areas.
The small size of the graduate program in music enables individual attention in all curricular areas and in professional and personal development. At the same time, each graduate student has access to the resources of the Division of Music and the School of the Arts, such as ensembles of various sizes; to related professional areas, including the School of Divinity and the School of Education and Professional Studies; and to the wider resources of the university.
- Master of Music in Church Music
- Master of Music Education in Music with National Board Cohort
- Master of Music Education (Traditional)
- Master of Music Education (Non-Traditional)
- Master of Music in Instrumental Performance
- Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy
- Master of Music in Vocal Performance