Point’s bachelor degrees in music provide a foundational education in music to equip students for music and worship ministry, teaching, performing, graduate school, or music production. They are designed to give students a foundation in basic competencies expected of a musician. The student completes a professional core of music courses and selects twelve semester hours for a specialization in Music Performance and Pedagogy, Music Production, or Worship and Music Ministry.
Students interested in majoring in music at Point should schedule a meeting with the music faculty and complete the Music Theory Placement Test before beginning classes. There are additional requirements if a student wants to audition for the Cartwright Music Scholarship. For information contact the Fine Arts Coordinator at 706-385-1049.
- Demonstrate competence in sight singing and ear training, music theory, and music history and literature.
- Perform in an ensemble with appropriate musical and social skills.
- Choose a solo area of applied performance for specialized instruction.