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Music

Bachelor of Arts

Overview

Students in the Music major expand their creativity, analytical, research and writing skills while studying music performance, programming, analysis, composition, history, literature, education and worship music. The music program is led by accomplished and caring faculty who give one-on-one attention to students in a nurturing community.  With the support of CSP's deeply networked music faculty, students in this major are provided opportunities to ply their craft in music positions at churches, internships with local music organizations, and professional workshops.  The culmination of the major is a senior year public presentation of the student's work, in which the student plans, prepares, promotes, and presents a recital of their work.  The major prepares students for graduate work in music or other fields and employment as entry level music performers, composers, and private teachers.  The program also provides students with the communication skills, collaborative aptitude, creativity, organizational ability, and work ethic to succeed in a broad range of fields beyond music, while providing them with a lifelong outlet for joyful aesthetic expression. Check out our scholarships website to learn more about receiving a music scholarship at CSP!

Program
Details

Course Length

44 Credit Hours

Location

On Campus

Meet Our Faculty

Dr. David Mennicke

Professor of Music, Director of Choral Studies

Shari Speer

Term Faculty in Music

Monica Murray

Professor of Music