Our program combines practical and theoretical study with the opportunity to train with distinguished composers, performers, and scholars. A foundation in education best practices will set the stage for your career success within the classroom.
Advance your musical skills by learning about
- Music technology
- Music composition
- Music theory
- Classroom management
Pursue teaching certification or a master’s degree upon completion of this program as you enter into your vocational calling to impact the next generation of musicians, composers, and performers.
We have scholarship opportunities!
Fine Arts Scholarship opportunities are available for those interested in pursuing this program. Click here for eligibility and requirement details!
Career OpportunitiesEvangel's academic programs are designed specifically to prepare you for a career in the real world. But it's more than just job preparation; it's preparing you to make a full impact in your profession through the unique combination of faith and learning. Here are some of the professions this degree would prepare you for:
- Music Educator
- Band Director
- Choral Director
- Church Music Director
Tom Matrone, DMA
Music Department Chair, Director of Choral Activities
Larry Dissmore, D.M.A
Professor of Music, Director of Orchestra Activities
Bonnie L. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Chair of University Assessment and Professor of Music
Kevin Andrew Hawkins, Ph.D.
Professor of Music, Program Director of Music Education
Greg Morris, D.M.A.
Professor of Music (Piano)
Matthew Moore, M.A.
Director of Bands, Recording Technology Program Coordinator
Jason Salazar, PhD
Associate Professor of Music, Worship Leadership Program Coordinator
Mark A. Bowdidge, D.M.A.
Adjunct Professor of Music
Sheri Slater, D.M.A.
Ryan J. Hurn
Applied Horn Instructor
Adjunct Professor of Music (Trumpet)
Applied Area - Euphonium, Tuba
Assistant Band Director
Adjunct Associate Professor of Music
Daniel "Riley" Robison