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Cedarville University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music.
Top 10 Reasons You Should Study Music or Worship at Cedarville University
Inspiring daily chapels, our one-of-a-kind Bible minor, worldwide ministry opportunities, and a biblical perspective in the classroom create a distinctly Christ-centered experience.
In a recent national satisfaction survey, our students ranked Cedarville University #1 among all participating colleges for commitment to academic excellence, career services, computer labs, and more.
Our six music degrees are all accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music.
Music and worship students experience the magnificent rehearsal and recital halls of the Dixon Ministry Center, one of the finest music facilities of any Christian university in the nation.
Music and worship scholarships and other types of financial aid make Cedarville's world-class, Christ-centered education affordable.
Highly Qualified Professors
Your profs (all with advanced degrees, no teaching assistants) will bring real-world experience and great teaching skills to the classroom and private lesson studio - not to mention a passion for the fine arts and a commitment to mentoring students.
Whether it is performing in a student recital, traveling with a music team, or singing lead in a major musical, there are opportunities to take your classroom knowledge into the real world.
Worship from the Heart
Bach's famous phrase "Sol Deo Gloria" (for the glory of God alone) is more than a slogan - it is the mission that drives all that we seek to accomplish. The department's newest major, Worship, takes that passion and combines studies in music, worship, theology, and multi-media studies to create a program will equip you to lead worship and unite the church.
Career and Graduate School Opportunities
Music and worship students experience outstanding success in entering graduate schools, obtaining teaching fellowships, and pursuing their career dreams.