Our experienced instructors blend business education with a musical focus to ensure a comprehensive foundation upon which to build your professional career. You’ll learn the basics of music theory and the science of sound to equip you with the know-how to operate complex recording equipment. You’ll also learn about music in media, the music business, modern recording techniques, and electronic music.
Majors: Gain the knowledge you need to pursue your vocational calling in musical recording, audio engineering, worship, and other music technologies.
Minors: Build strong musical skills and a foundational knowledge of the music business to excel in your chosen career field.
We have scholarship opportunities!
Fine Arts Scholarship opportunities are available for those interested in pursuing this program. Click here for eligibility and requirement details!
- Sound Engineering Technician
- Music Engineer
- Audio Video Technician
Tom Matrone, DMA
Music Department Chair, Director of Choral Activities
Full Time Faculty
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