Bachelor of Music

Bachelor of Music


Program Goals

The educational objectives of the Bachelor of Music program are to prepare students to evidence for a career in musical performance and composition as directors of music, private music instructors, and performers by developing their artistic achievement through courses leading to the Bachelor of Music with evidence of personal life of worship and devotion.


Program Learning Objectives

By the time students complete the course of their study, they will become musicians in the area of performance and music related business and praise leaders and worship leaders in the church with the following skills:

1. Demonstrate foundational knowledge of general education
2. Demonstrate general understanding of the Bible and Christian doctrine
3. Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge in their major field and perform music in that level
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge in music reading and writing
5. Demonstrate an effective communication in music technology and serving the church and the community with Christian commitment


Admission Requirements

1) High School Diploma or GED
2) A Completed Application Form
3) Application Fee
4) Letter of Recommendation


Graduation Requirements

Students receive the Bachelor of Music degree upon a successful fulfillment of the following program requirements:

1) Completion of 120 units including 45 units in General Education, 15 units in Bible and theology, and 60 units in Music requirement
2) Completion of course work with a GPA of 2.0 or above
3) Residence requirement: 60 units to be taken at Oikos University

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