"Having a multi-faceted business background from Trevecca gave me the ability to wear multiple hats and, therefore, further the reach of my company and career."
Graduates with a B.S. in Music have performed in professional symphonies, operas, orchestras, commercial recording studios, and various live performance venues. They have also established private studios, worked as staff composers, moved on to pursue graduate degrees and worked as volunteers or paid staff in churches across the country.
Students who pursue this degree will receive broad training in the theory, history and performance of music and will explore one or more of the elective areas listed below.
- Music Therapy (Two introductory classes)
- Musical Theatre (in collaboration with the Theatre program)
- Composition (Private study available)
- Worship Leading
What our students say
"I'm always amazed at the investment each professor puts into each student. They truly care about me, not only as a student, but an individual. They care about my spiritual growth to the same degree as my musical growth and for that I am forever thankful. "
"Music business professor, Jim Foglesong, taught me much - mostly from his actions. In spite of his enormous success in the music business, he was so kind to everyone, took time to get to know me and others, and even attended my softball games. Today I follow some of his basic lessons: be on time, be dependable, work hard. They havent failed me thus far."
"I work on a small team thatserves as these departments - marketing, brand management, accounting, sales, and customer relations. Having a multi-faceted business background from Trevecca gave me the ability to wear multiple hats and, therefore, further the reach of my company and career."
David Diehl, D.A.
Chair, Department of Music
B.S., 1989, Trevecca Nazarene University
M.Ed., 1990, Trevecca Nazarene University
M.M., 1997, Austin Peay State University
D.A., 2007, Ball State University