Academics

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Composition

Compose a film score. Create a symphony. Write a string quartet. Composition at Cedarville University takes on many faces, as do the demands of a practicing composer. From regular collaborations with the performance area, to readings with our large ensembles, to well-equipped technology facilities, we provide the tools you need to pursue your artistic and professional goals.

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Keyboard Pedagogy

The keyboard pedagogy major prepares students to teach piano. Professional certification may be obtained by completing these course requirements and applying for certification. Students pursuing this major must complete the general education core and the following requirements, which involve 76 semester hours.

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Bachelor of Arts in Music

The Bachelor of Arts in music is a thorough yet flexible program that includes a core of musicianship studies and two student-selected concentrations. One of the two selected concentrations will include a senior capstone project or concert. The B.A. may be customized to prepare students for graduate school, private teaching, ministry, and many other pursuits.

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Music Education

The Bachelor of Music Education prepares students to teach vocal, instrumental, or general music in grades K-12 in public and Christian schools. Two tracks, choral and instrumental, are available.

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Performance

The performance major prepares students for graduate study and careers in music performance. Performance majors must also complete an instrumental, piano, or vocal concentration.

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Worship

The Bachelor of Arts in worship is designed to help prepare students who are interested in careers in worship leadership and related fields. All students must take courses in music, theology, and worship-related fields such as theatre, electronic media, or youth ministry. Elective hours can be used to complete minors or to double major. Students pursuing this major must complete the general education core.

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Music

The music minor allows students with interests and abilities in music to build upon this background through formal music instruction. Students who minor in music should begin the program no later than their sophomore year.

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Music-Technology

The music technology minor gives students important skills in digital music applications, including audio recording and editing, MIDI, digital live performance, synthesis, and composition for media. Course requirements involve 16-17 semester hours.

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Worship

 The worship minor is designed to help prepare students who are interested in careers in worship leadership and related fields. 

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