Texas Baptist College

Texas Baptist College

Language

Arabic -College

ARB 1103 Beginning Arabic I

ARB 1113 Beginning Arabic II

ARB 1123 Intro to Qur'anic Arabic

Biblical Studies

Biblical Studies - College

BIB 1013 Spiritual Formation
An introduction to the biblical desires, development, and disciplines of the Christian life with a focus on spiritual formation.

BIB 1133 Biblical Theology of Manhood
This course will study biblical passages focused on being a biblical father, responsible husband, and godly man with particular emphasis on the roles of fatherhood and parenting; courtship and marriage; developing male leaders and male leadership in the local church. In additional to theoretical knowledge the class will contain some practical application on skills related to raising children and ministering effectively to men.

BIB 1163 Biblical Theology of Womanhood
A survey of the relevant biblical texts in the Old and New Testament that inform a biblical worldview of womanhood and gender in order to construct a consistent and non-contradictory framework of biblical womanhood. Three hours.

BIB 1173 Biblical Theology
A survey of the grand narrative of the Bible as a whole, exploring the various epochs of Scripture and thematic elements such as covenant, salvation, and kingdom.

BIB 1233 Hermeneutics

BIB 2213 Disciple-Making
An introduction to the meaning, purpose, and strategies for personal and corporate discipleship by learning first to be disciple, and then discipling others.

BIB 3103 Introduction to Biblical Counseling
A careful examination of the Bible in order to establish the biblical principles of counseling and introduction to the use of Scripture in counseling others. This examination will include an exploration of the theological and historical support for these principles and will compare and contrast other models, both Christian and secular. This study will also consider the application and implications of these principles for students in various anticipated ministry situations.

Business/Economics - College

Business - College

BUS 4103 Entrepreneurship

History of Ideas

Church History -College

CHH 2113 Church History I
A general survey of the history of Christianity from the New Testament to 1500 AD.

CHH 2123 Church History II
A general survey of the history of Christianity from 1500 AD to the present.

CHH 3503 Special Topics in Church History

General Studies

Chapel - College

CHP 1000 Chapel
The chapel service at Southwestern is central to instilling the Christian qualities becoming to anyone seeking to serve the Lord in their life. College students who do not transfer credits to Southwestern must pass six semesters of chapel to graduate from the College at Southwestern. Those students transferring credits will have the number of required semesters reduced based on the number of credits transferred. The exact number of required semesters will be communicated at the conclusion of the transfer process. Students must register for chapel in order to receive credit.

Music

Composition -College

COM 5101 Elective Composition
Private lessons for music students not concentrating in composition. Writing for vocal and instrumental media, including both solo and ensemble works. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

Music

Conducting - College

CON 3622 Conducting I
A study of conducting techniques, including patterns, attacks, releases, and all expressive gestures. Prerequisite: THY 2104.

CON 3652 Conducting II: Choral and Instrumental
A continuation of CON 3622 emphasizing advanced choral and instrumental conducting techniques including gesture development, baton technique, integrated use of the left hand, left hand independence, non-verbal communication, Christ-like leadership, and terminology related to conducting. Application will be made to worship settings, choral rehearsals, and instrumental rehearsals. Prerequisite: CON 3622.

Business/Economics - College

Economics - College

ECN 3103 Macroeconomics

ECN 3203 Microeconomics

Education

Education- College

EDU 3003 Biblical Anthropology and Discipleship
A study beginning with an investigation of the New Testament understanding of a disciple including an examination of Greek terms, Old Testament background, and the theology bearing upon being a disciple. Further study will view the disciple through biblical anthropology and Baptist ecclesiological understandings as the context of local church efforts and focus upon the spiritual growth and maturity of its members as disciples. This study will lead to an examination of methods used in the local church to foster growth and maturity of disciples as understood in the Scriptures. Three Hours.

EDU 3103 Theology and Education
A study of the biblical teachings of creation, fall, and redemption and other implications in the development of educational philosophy, strategy, and practice.

EDU 3203 Principles and Methods of Teaching
The principles and methods of teaching, including the study of the roles of the teacher, teaching and learning styles, and the development of presentation skills using various instructional methods.

English

English - College

ENG 1113 English I - Intro to Academic Writing
An introductory study of the basics of academic writing, including reading, comprehension, and composition. Attention will be given to the development of grammar, critical thinking, rhetoric, and Turabian style. Topics will include utilizing persuasive strategies, understanding conventions for organization, presenting logical support, and composing papers with standard American grammar and syntax.

ENG 1213 English II- Adv Academic Writing
A research and writing course which equips students to quickly access and use research tools in order to write summaries, arguments, annotations, and literary analyses efficiently and accurately. Particular attention given to the principles and practices of scholarly research, including critical analysis and synthesis.

ENG 3013 Professional Writing

ENG 3113 Creative Writing
In this course students will establish whether they prefer to write creatively in the poetic, fiction, nonfiction, or dramatic (script) genres and will work through the semester to produce work in their chosen area. Weekly discussions will address the cross-reference of creative genres and strategies for publication or distribution, with special emphasis on the need to balance a Christian worldview with the expectations of audiences.

Music

Ensemble -College

ENS 1000 Texas Baptist College Choir
A mixed vocal ensemble that performs a variety of sacred music written for the edification of the church and the praise of Christ. Repertoire will lean toward modern settings of church music with an occasional classic selected from the rich reservoir of sacred choral literature. The choir is open to all college students and faculty. May be repeated.

ENS 1001 Texas Baptist College Choir
A mixed vocal ensemble that performs a variety of sacred music written for the edification of the church and the praise of Christ. Repertoire will lean toward modern settings of church music with an occasional classic selected from the rich reservoir of sacred choral literature. The choir is open to all college students and faculty. May be repeated.

ENS 1008 Texas Baptist College Choir
A mixed vocal ensemble that performs a variety of sacred music written for the edification of the church and the praise of Christ. Repertoire will lean toward modern settings of church music with an occasional classic selected from the rich reservoir of sacred choral literature. The choir is open to all college students and faculty. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1020 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1021 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1028 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1110 Chapel Orchestra
An instrumental ensemble focusing on worship service literature primarily for the purpose of accompanying congregational singing and choral ensembles during weekly seminary and college chapel services. The chapel orchestra members will also prepare instrumental-only works as preludes and worship concert repertoire. No audition is required. However, at least four years of ensemble experience on an orchestra or band instrument is necessary to master the literature. This course does not fulfill the ensemble requirement for music or worship degrees. May be repeated.

ENS 1111 Chapel Orchestra
An instrumental ensemble focusing on worship service literature primarily for the purpose of accompanying congregational singing and choral ensembles during weekly seminary and college chapel services. The chapel orchestra members will also prepare instrumental-only works as preludes and worship concert repertoire. No audition is required. However, at least four years of ensemble experience on an orchestra or band instrument is necessary to master the literature. This course does not fulfill the ensemble requirement for music or worship degrees. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1118 Chapel Orchestra
An instrumental ensemble focusing on worship service literature primarily for the purpose of accompanying congregational singing and choral ensembles during weekly seminary and college chapel services. The chapel orchestra members will also prepare instrumental-only works as preludes and worship concert repertoire. No audition is required. However, at least four years of ensemble experience on an orchestra or band instrument is necessary to master the literature. This course does not fulfill the ensemble requirement for music or worship degrees. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1120 Hispanic Band
A worship leading ensemble charged to serve and encourage Hispanic churches throughout the metroplex, Texas, and beyond as well as lead worship for campus chapels and special events. It is open to college or seminary students on one of the following: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar, keyboards, ad lib solo instrument (e.g., saxophone, violin), indigenous Hispanic instrument, and male or female vocals. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1128 Hispanic Band
A worship leading ensemble charged to serve and encourage Hispanic churches throughout the metroplex, Texas, and beyond as well as lead worship for campus chapels and special events. It is open to college or seminary students on one of the following: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar, keyboards, ad lib solo instrument (e.g., saxophone, violin), indigenous Hispanic instrument, and male or female vocals. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1170 Guitar Ensemble
The study and performance of chamber works for guitar ensemble from all style periods as well as works by a variety of contemporary composers. Students will learn principles of balance, orchestration, arranging and queuing as they apply to the performance of music for guitar ensemble. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1171 Guitar Ensemble
The study and performance of chamber works for guitar ensemble from all style periods as well as works by a variety of contemporary composers. Students will learn principles of balance, orchestration, arranging and queuing as they apply to the performance of music for guitar ensemble. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1178 Guitar Ensemble
The study and performance of chamber works for guitar ensemble from all style periods as well as works by a variety of contemporary composers. Students will learn principles of balance, orchestration, arranging and queuing as they apply to the performance of music for guitar ensemble. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1260 Texas Baptist College Band
The "house band" for the College that leads worship in chapels, special collegiate events, and School of Church Music and Worship concerts. Membership is open to Scarborough students on one of the following: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar, keyboards, ad lib solo instrument (e.g., saxophone, violin), and male or female vocals. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1261 Texas Baptist College Band
The "house band" for College that leads worship in chapels, special collegiate events, and School of Church Music and Worship concerts. Membership is open to Scarborough students on one of the following: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar, keyboards, ad lib solo instrument (e.g., saxophone, violin), and male or female vocals. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1268 Texas Baptist College Band
The "house band" for the College that leads worship in chapels, special collegiate events, and School of Church Music and Worship concerts. Membership is open to Scarborough students on one of the following: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar, keyboards, ad lib solo instrument (e.g., saxophone, violin), and male or female vocals. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1340 Southwestern A Cappella
A sixteen-member vocal ensemble committed to ministry through the medium of a cappella jazz, modern songs of the church, and classic hymns scored in fresh ways. Southwestern A Cappella is designed for advanced vocalists who desire to explore complex harmonization and modern vocal stylizations in the context of ministry to the Lord, to our school, and to the church through the music, testimony, and the Word. A two-semester commitment is required. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1348 Southwestern A Cappella
A sixteen-member vocal ensemble committed to ministry through the medium of a cappella jazz, modern songs of the church, and classic hymns scored in fresh ways. Southwestern A Cappella is designed for advanced vocalists who desire to explore complex harmonization and modern vocal stylizations in the context of ministry to the Lord, to our school, and to the church through the music, testimony, and the Word. A two-semester commitment is required. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1350 Piano Ensemble
An ensemble that studies piano duet, piano duo, and 8-hand (or more) piano literature, both sacred arrangements and classical pieces from various style periods. Piano Ensemble is open to both college and graduate students in a piano concentration. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 1351 Piano Ensemble
An ensemble that studies piano duet, piano duo, and 8-hand (or more) piano literature, both sacred arrangements and classical pieces from various style periods. Piano Ensemble is open to both college and graduate students in a piano concentration. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1358 Piano Ensemble
An ensemble that studies piano duet, piano duo, and 8-hand (or more) piano literature, both sacred arrangements and classical pieces from various style periods. Piano Ensemble is open to both college and graduate students in a piano concentration. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

ENS 1730 Cowden Hall Band
The "house band" for Southwestern that leads worship in chapels, special events, and School of Church Music and Worship concerts. Membership is open to seminary students on one of the following: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, drums, bass guitar, keyboards, ad lib solo instrument (e.g., saxophone, violin), and male or female vocals. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 2120 Chapel Orchestra
An orchestral ensemble that performs during seminary chapel sessions. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Audition required. May be repeated.

ENS 2128 Chapel Orchestra
An orchestral ensemble that performs during seminary chapel sessions. Required of first-year instrumental students. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.

Evangelism and Missions

Evangelism - College

EVA 2201 Personal Evangelism
A course designed to provide students with skills needed to present the gospel to nonbelievers. This class fulfills a core requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree.

EVA 2213 Evangelism
An introduction to evangelism with emphasis upon the biblical, theological, historical, and practical applications within the context of the local church. Special emphasis will be given to church growth and personal witnessing.

EVA 2450 Reach the Nations Evangelism Practicum
A study of local church evangelistic outreach methods with special attention to the preparation for local church revival. Class sessions will be devoted to orientation, assigned readings, preparation and evaluation. One week will be spent in a local church participating in a revival meeting.

EVA 2453 Reach the Nations Evangelism Practicum
A study of local church evangelistic outreach methods with special attention to the preparation for local church revival. Class sessions will be devoted to orientation, assigned readings, preparation and evaluation. One week will be spent in a local church participating in a revival meeting.

EVA 3201 Crossover Evangelism
Students participate in evangelism at the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention.

EVA 3202 Crossover Evangelism
Students participate in evangelism at the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention.

EVA 3203 Crossover Evangelism
Students participate in evangelism at the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention.

EVA 3313 Evangelism Practicum
Field-based cross-cultural missionary work whereby the student spends 13 weeks engaging the project's target people in order to share the gospel. The student will conduct interviews with the targeted people group and keep a journal of responses, decisions made, and reactions to the gospel.

History of Ideas

Fine Arts - College

FNA 3103 Visual Art: History and Evaluation
A study of the historical development of the visual arts which emphasizes both understanding and evaluating the place of visual art in the Christian worldview.

FNA 3203 Music Appreciation: History and Eval
A study of the historical development of music which emphasizes both understanding and evaluating the place of music in the Christian worldview.

Language

Greek - College

GRK 1103 Greek I
An introduction to the basic principles of Greek grammar.

GRK 1203 Greek II
Completion of the basic principles of Greek grammar. Prerequisite: GRK 1103.

Music

Guitar Class Lessons - College

GTR 1100 Guitar Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are also expected to serve in the music and worship ministry of a local church or organization.

GTR 1101 Applied Guitar I
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1102 Applied Guitar I
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1105 Applied Guitar I
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1111 Secondary Applied Guitar I
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1112 Secondary Applied Guitar I
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1201 Applied Guitar II
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1202 Applied Guitar II
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1205 Applied Guitar II
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1211 Secondary Applied Guitar II
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students.

GTR 1212 Secondary Applied Guitar II
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 1500 Guitar Proficiency
When the Guitar Proficiency is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript. No credit.

GTR 1902 Guitar Pedagogy
A survey of the pedagogical history, literature, and technical methods of the guitar and teaching methods for private and group settings. The course also includes practical methods and procedures for the continuing development of the student's technique, style, and musicianship.

GTR 1912 Guitar Pedagogy Practicum
Supervised teaching of assigned students, applying information from GTR 1902. Students will meet regularly with the supervising professor to evaluate and improve teaching and resourcing skills. Students will also attend and/or participate in master classes and write on the pedagogical topics covered.

GTR 2000 Sophomore Upper Level Examination
Students will present a 20-minute program representing varied styles and periods. Exam will also include technical requirements such as etudes, scales, and sight reading as assigned by professors. Students must pass this course in order to proceed to GTR 3101, 3103, or 3105.

GTR 2101 Applied Guitar III
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 2102 Applied Guitar III
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 2105 Applied Guitar III
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 2111 Secondary Applied Guitar III
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students.

GTR 2201 Applied Guitar IV
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 2202 Applied Guitar IV
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 2205 Applied Guitar IV
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 2211 Secondary Applied Guitar IV
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students.

GTR 3101 Applied Guitar V
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 3103 Applied Guitar V
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 3105 Applied Guitar V
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 3201 Applied Guitar VI
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 3202 Applied Guitar VI and Junior Recital
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

GTR 3203 Applied Guitar VI and Junior Recital
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

GTR 3412 Guitar Literature I
The study, analysis, and cataloging of solo, chamber, and other ensemble works for the guitar, focusing on the literature and performance practice from the early history of the instrument through the nineteenth century.

GTR 3422 Guitar Literature II
The study, analysis, and cataloging of solo, chamber, and other ensemble works for the guitar, focusing on the literature and performance practice of the instrument from the twentieth century to the present.

GTR 4101 Applied Guitar VII
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 4103 Applied Guitar VII
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 4105 Applied Guitar VII
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

GTR 4202 Applied Guitar VIII and Sr Wor Project
Individual instruction in guitar for BMWS students and the presentation of a Senior Worship Project. The Senior Worship Project is the capstone leadership assignment encompassing the creative design of a worship service, assembling and rehearsing vocal and instrumental teams, preparing supportive media elements, equipping a media team, and leading a 30-minute worship service in a public setting, preceded by a ten-minute explanation of the project's formation and details. Master class required.

GTR 4203 Applied Guitar VIII and Senior Recital
Individual instruction in guitar for BMP students and presentation of a recital containing at least 50 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

GTR 4212 Applied Guitar VIII and Senior Recital
Individual instruction in guitar for BAM students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

GTR 5101 Elective Guitar
Elective private guitar instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

Language

Hebrew - College

HBR 1103 Hebrew I
The beginning fundamentals of biblical Hebrew including vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and syntax for the purpose of translating and interpreting the Old Testament text.

HBR 1203 Hebrew II
The continuing study of the fundamentals of biblical Hebrew including vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and syntax for the purpose of translating and interpreting the Old Testament text. Prequisite: Hebrew I.

History of Ideas

History of Ideas - College

HIS 1103 Early Western Civilization
A study of the history and philosophy of western civilization from antiquity to the rise of Christianity.

HIS 1153 History of the Ancient World
This course provides a survey of the seminal events, actors, and ideas comprising Western culture from the ancient Near East through the Fall of Rome.

HIS 2103 World Religions
A general survey of the major contemporary religions of the world, including the teachings of Buddha, Confucius, Lao-Tzu, and Muhammad.

HIS 2153 History of the Medieval World
This course provides a survey of the seminal events, actors, and ideas comprising Western culture during the Medieval Era.

HIS 2163 History of the Renaissance
This course provides a survey of the seminal events, actors, and ideas comprising Western culture from the Renaissance to the beginning of the Age of Reason.

HIS 2213 A Baptist History
Baptist history to the present. Development of basic doctrine and polity will be discussed, as well as historically important Baptist men and women.

HIS 2223 Southern Baptists
A history of the founding and development of Southern Baptist church life. Basic organizational principles and characteristic functions of the Southern Baptist Convention will be addressed in this study as well as the role of associations and state conventions.

HIS 2313 Historiography
A study on the historian's craft based on examination of primary sources and the methods by which historians select particular details which are synthesized into a narrative that withstands critical examination.

HIS 3143 Reformation Studies
A detailed examination of a specific topic, doctrine, theologian, or movement in relation to the Reformation.

HIS 3153 History of the Modern World
This course provides a survey of the seminal events, actors, and ideas comprising Western culture from the Age of Reason down to present (A.D. 1750 - present).

HIS 4013 Church History Adv Studies

Intercultural Studies

Intercultural Studies-College

ICS 2123 Cultural Anthropology

ICS 3103 Cross-Cultural Communication

ICS 3315 On the Field Internship

History of Ideas

History of Ideas Seminars- Col

IDE 1103 Great Books of Early Western Civ
A seminar in the great books of the history, literature, philosophy, and/or theology of early Western civilization.

IDE 1213 Great Books of Late Antiquity
A seminar in the great books of the history, literature, philosophy, and/or theology of Western civilization during the first through the eighth century AD.

IDE 2173 Great Books of the Middle Ages & Renaiss
A seminar in the great books of the history, literature, philosophy, and/or theology of Western civilization from the ninth through sixteenth centuries.

IDE 3103 Great Books of the Enlightenment
A seminar in the great books of the history, literature, philosophy, and/or theology of Western civilization during the seventeenth through eighteenth centuries.

IDE 3203 Great Books of the 19th Century
A seminar in the great books of the history, literature, philosophy, and/or theology of Western civilization during the nineteenth century.

IDE 3233 Great Books of the 20th Century
A seminar in the great books of the history, literature, philosophy, and/or theology of Western civilization during the twentieth century.

IDE 4313 Advanced Topics: History of Ideas

IDE 4323 Advanced Topics: Philosophy

IDE 4333 Advanced Topics: Literature

IDE 4343 Advanced Topics: Classics

IDE 4353 Advanced Topics: Religion

Music

Instrumental - College

INS 1100 Applied Instrument Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied instructor's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.

INS 4000 Senior Instrumental Recital
During the senior year, a student seeking the B.M. in Performance degree will present a recital containing at least 50 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

INS 4203 Applied Instrument
Individual instruction on an instrument. Master class and jury required.

INS 5101 Elective Instrument
Elective private instrument instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

INS 5102 Elective Instrument
Elective private instrument instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

Music

Music History - College

MHS 2002 Musics of the World
An introduction to the approaches of studying the diverse music traditions of the world, including their musical styles and techniques as well as their various cultural, political, social, and religious functions.

MHS 2102 Music History I: Antiquity-Renaissance
A study of musical styles and genres from Antiquity through the Renaissance within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Prerequisite: THY 1204.

MHS 2202 Music History II: Baroque-Classical
A study of musical styles and genres from the Baroque and Classical eras within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Prerequisite: MHS 2102 and THY 2104.

MHS 2302 Music History III: 19th Cent - Present
A study of musical styles and genres from the nineteenth century to the present within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Prerequisite: MHS 2202.

Christian Ministry

Christian Ministry - College

MIN 2103 Foundations for Christian Ministry
An introduction to Christian ministry. Topics include: calling, the pastoral office, philosophy of ministry, servant-leadership in ministry, pastoral care and relationships in ministry. Three hours.

MIN 2153 Family Min and the Church
A study of the Scripture's view of Family Ministry in the church, including the basis, structure, function, purpose, and place of Family Ministry. Students will evaluate current and historic models and approaches to Family Ministry against the teachings of Scripture in an effort to determine what Family Ministry is, where it fits in the church, and how it should be engaged.

MIN 2203 Church Planting/Pastoral Ministry
This course considers the unique challenges of and strategies for evangelism, church planting and church growth among the incarcerated. Students will explore the theological, sociological and missiological aspects of pastoral leadership within the prison culture.

MIN 3113 Leadership for Christian Ministry
This course is a study of the principles and practice of leadership for Christian ministry. The course includes reflections on the role and ministry of the leaders in church, community, and denomination.

MIN 3123 Intro to Expository Preaching
A study of the construction of sermons directly from a Biblical text. Basic principles of preaching will be studied and applied in a preaching experience including: the formulation of a central idea, sermon structure, support material, delivery, and application.

MIN 3133 Adv Expository Preaching
A continuation of MIN 3123, enhancing the development and delivery of the sermon. With the aid of videotape, the professor and peers evaluate student sermons. Additional emphasis is given to preaching the different genres of biblical literature.

MIN 3213 Parenting & Faith Formation of Children
This course will challenge students to seek and understand issues confronting parents and families. Students will also determine ways the church can minister to the families and equip parents to disciple their children.

MIN 3223 Ministry to Preschool Children
During the first five years of a child's life, foundations are laid for a lifetime of learning and spiritual growth. This course will explore biblical approaches in teaching preschoolers with an emphasis on ministry in the local church.

MIN 3233 Ministry to Elementary Children
This course will explore biblical approaches in teaching elementary children with an emphasis on ministry in the local church. Students will be taught the importance of sharing the gospel with school-age children through the various educational programs of the church.

MIN 3292 Childrens Min Field Experience
Field Experience is an off campus opportunity to work with a children's minister/minister of education/pastor in a local church setting. It is designed to give students the opportunity to apply classroom content/learning in a practical hands on church environment. Prerequisite: 6 hours of minor specific MIN courses.

MIN 3313 Issues in Student Ministry
Study of contemporary issues that affect the lives of teenagers and responses to those issues consistent with biblical truth. Gives special attention to teenage sexuality, sexual affections, and gender identity in light of biblical anthropology and biblical ethics. Considers the influence of the elements of teenage culture. Analyzes current and emerging moral and ethical issues. Studies the relationships that are important to teenagers and the ways the church can positively influence those relationships.

MIN 3323 Issues in Student Ministry
Study of the biblical foundation for the church's ministry with teenage believers and for a pastor who leads that ministry. Presents how to balance evangelism, discipleship, worship, missions, ministry, and fellowship through a comprehensive student ministry strategy leading to lifetime transformation and kingdom impact. Teaches competencies in worship planning, budgeting, calendaring, equipping leaders, equipping parents, and event management.

MIN 3333 Disciple Making in Student Ministry
Study of biblical patterns and goals for discipleship. Includes a focus on structuring and administering student ministry for discipleship, discipling and equipping adult leaders, creating a multi-year process for weekly discipleship, open and covenant group Bible study, discipling through events, and equipping teenagers to disciple believers now and for a lifetime. Considers prayer strategies for student ministry and how to raise the sails for revival in a young generation.

MIN 3392 Student Ministry Field Experience
Student Field Experience is classroom and off-campus education. This study is designed to be a cumulative, integrative learning experience. Off campus, this course is an opportunity for students to apply classroom learning to realistic, hands-on situations toward the end of seminary training. In the classroom, this course will give attention to professional issues and the youth minister's biblical relationships with family, staff, teenagers, church members, and community leaders. Prerequisite: 6 hours of minor specific MIN courses.

Evangelism and Missions

Missions - College

MIS 2013 Introduction to Missions
An overview of the biblical, historical, and theological bases for Christian missions. Emphasis on the ability to explain the nature of cultures, interpret the relationship between culture and behavior, apply principles of cross-cultural communication, and envision contextualized worship.

MIS 2273 Introduction to Islam
Introduces students to the fundamental aspects and beliefs of Islam within a biblical perspective. Special attention will be given to Islamic history, the canonization of the Quran, the nature of Allah, the nature of man, the quranic Jesus, the various sects of Islam, and a detailed study on jihad.

MIS 2293 Sharing Christ With Muslims
Explores and evaluates the various approaches to sharing the gospel of Christ with Muslims with an emphasis on clearing away theological misconceptions, removing cultural obstacles and developing effective evangelistic and discipleship practices. Three Hours.

MIS 2413 Emerging Missiological Issues
An intensive study of selected current issues in missiology and their impact on missions theory and strategy.

MIS 2423 Business As Missions

MIS 3201 International Mission Trip
A course designed to offer training to prepare students for the practice of Christian ministry in the missionary context.

MIS 3203 Mission Trip Praxis

MIS 3315 Missions Practicum
Field-based cross-cultural missionary work whereby the student spends 13 weeks of mentored study with the veteran missionaries responsible for the project's target people. The student will conduct interviews and keep a journal. A report of mission strategies and vision for the project's targeted people must be prepared.

MIS 3316 Missions Practicum
Field-based cross-cultural missionary work whereby the student spends 13 weeks of mentored study with the veteran missionaries responsible for the project's target people. The student will conduct interviews and keep a journal. A report of mission strategies and vision for the project's targeted people must be prepared.

MIS 3323 Linguistics Practicum
Field-based language study as assigned by the IMB. This course is Pass/Fail. The student's supervisor will report on how well the student engaged language study and understanding.

MIS 3343 Cross Cultural Communication
This course builds the foundation for communicating the Gospel effectively with persons from other cultures. Specifically, this study examines the doctrine of the incarnation, the multi-faceted communication process, and the core aspects of culture. Introductory ethnographic work will further be accomplished to improve the critical observation skills needed to translate the Gospel successfully across cultures.

MIS 3353 Cultural Anthropology
This course studies anthropological theories and concepts integrated within human culture. This course studies human identity, the human condition, why people do what they do, and critically analyze the cultures humans create.

MIS 3403 Focused Study in Missions
Focused Study in Missions

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Natural Sciences - College

NAS 2203 Issues in Physical Science
A survey of the physical sciences with emphasis on mathematics and the interaction between science and worldviews through historical case studies.

NAS 4203 Natural Science
A survey of science in cultural context with emphasis on contemporary issues such as cosmic fine-tuning, multiverse cosmology, bioethics, evolution, and intelligent design.

Biblical Studies

New Testament - College

NTS 2113 New Testament I
An introduction to the Jewish, Greek and Roman backgrounds, the canon of the New Testament, and the contents of Matthew-Acts with emphasis on historical issues, theological interpretations, and contemporary applications.

NTS 2123 New Testament II
An introduction to the contents of the New Testament books Romans-Revelation with emphasis on historical issues, theological interpretation, and contemporary applications.

NTS 3023 Special Topics in NT

NTS 3123 New Testament I
An introduction to the Gospels with emphasis on literary structure, theological content, historical issues, and contemporary applications.

NTS 3223 New Testament II
An introduction to the books of Acts through 2 Thessalonians with emphasis on literary structure, theological content, historical issues, and contemporary applications.

NTS 4123 New Testament III
An introduction to the books of 1 Timothy through Revelation with emphasis on literary structure, theological content, historical issues, and contemporary applications.

NTS 4213 Focused Study in New Testament

Music

Organ - College

ORG 5101 Elective Organ
Elective private organ instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

ORG 5102 Elective Organ
Elective private organ instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

Biblical Studies

Old Testament - College

OTS 1113 Old Testament I
An introduction to the ancient Near Eastern background and the canon of the Old Testament and the contents of Genesis-Esther with emphasis on historical issues, theological interpretations, and contemporary applications.

OTS 1123 Old Testament II
An introduction to the contents of the Old Testament books Job-Malachi with emphasis on historical issues, theological interpretations, and contemporary applications.

OTS 2023 Special Topics in OT

OTS 2213 Old Testament II
An introduction to the books of Samuel through Song of Solomon with emphasis on literary structure, theological content, historical issues, and contemporary applications.

OTS 3213 OT Adv Studies:

Music

Performance Lab - College

PFL 1100 Performance Lab
Performance Lab consists of recitals, lectures, workshops, master classes, and other events presented by Southwestern ensembles, faculty, students, and guest artists, lecturers, and ensembles. Students pursuing a bachelor's degree in the School of Church Music are required to complete a specified number of semesters in which they must attend a certain percentage of the scheduled events. May be repeated.

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Philosophy - College

PHI 1203 Introduction to Christian Apologetics
An introduction to apologetics that surveys recent scholarship regarding the truth claims of Christianity and that provides practical ways to use apologetics in evangelism.

PHI 2103 Logic I
An introduction to the basic principles and skills involved in correct reasoning, with emphasis on detecting and avoiding formal and informal logical fallacies.

PHI 2123 Metaphysics
Advanced seminar in the primary literature pertaining to the nature of reality. An investigation of the formation of worldviews. Topics include: metaphysics; ontology; materialism; idealism; dualism; theism. Prerequisite: IDE 1103

PHI 2203 Logic II
An advanced study of logic, especially symbolic logic, focusing on analyzing philosophical arguments. Prequisite: PHI 2103

PHI 3113 History of Philosophy
An introduction to philosophy and its history with emphasis on how philosophy has contributed to, and opposed, Christian worldview formation.

PHI 3123 Cultural Apologetics

PHI 3163 Epistemology
Advanced seminar in the primary literature of epistemology. An analysis of the nature of knowledge and how it relates to truth and belief. Treats such questions as: "What is knowledge?," "How is knowledge acquired?," and "What do people know?" Topics include: empiricism; rationalism; constructivism; skepticism; epistemology.

PHI 3223 Philosophical Anthropology
Advanced seminar in the primary literature of anthropology. Is man made in the image of God? Is he a complex machine, or a naked ape? Topics include: creation; sociology; anthropology; psychology; imago dei; death; language; culture.

PHI 3233 Political Philosophy
Advanced seminar in the primary literature pertaining to the development and maintenance of social institutions. An investigation of complex social forms constituting the enduring features of social life. Topics include: families; governments, economic systems, education; religions; sociology; political science; human rights; just war.

PHI 4103 Philosophy of Religion
A study of selected philosophical issues related to religious commitment, such as the relation between faith and reason, the existence of God, and non-theistic challenges to Christian belief.

PHI 4113 Introduction to Christian Philosophy
An introduction to the major philosophical issues in metaphysics, epistemology, logic, ethics, and aesthetics presented in a biblical and theological framework for thinking Christianly about philosophy.

PHI 4213 Contemporary Worldviews
Analyze how everyone has a worldview consisting of the core beliefs that guide a person's life. Survey how naturalism, pantheism, theism, and other major worldviews answer questions such as: what is the prime reality- that upon which all else depends? Explore how Christian theism better explains the world compared to rival worldviews.

PHI 4313 Advanced Topics in Philosophy
Rotating Topics

PHI 4323 Advanced Topics in Apologetics
Rotating Topics

Music

Piano - College

PIA 1100 Piano Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.

PIA 1101 Applied Piano I
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1102 Applied Piano I
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1105 Applied Piano I
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1111 Secondary Applied Piano I
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Piano Proficiency.

PIA 1112 Secondary Applied Piano I
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students after completion of Piano Proficiency. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1201 Applied Piano II
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1202 Applied Piano II
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1205 Applied Piano II
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1211 Secondary Applied Piano II
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Piano Proficiency.

PIA 1212 Secondary Applied Piano II
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students after completion of Piano Proficiency. Master class and jury required.

PIA 1301 Piano Foundations I
A class piano course facilitating the development of functional piano skills for non-keyboard music majors. Special emphasis will be given to the area of keyboard theory and technique, sight reading, solo/ensemble repertoire, and creative activities (harmonization, improvisation). Prerequisite: permission of the piano department.

PIA 1311 Piano Foundations II
Continues development of the skills begun in PIA 1301. Prerequisite: PIA 1301 or permission of the piano department.

PIA 1500 Piano Proficiency
When the Piano Proficiency is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript.

PIA 1902 Piano Pedagogy
A general survey and evaluation of teaching materials available for children and adult beginners in private lessons and class situations. Practical methods and procedures for the continuing development of technique, style, and musicianship.

PIA 1912 Practice Teaching: Piano
A practicum for teachers of young children drawn from the Southwestern Music Academy. Prerequisite: PIA 1902.

PIA 1922 Piano Pedagogy Practicum
A practical course providing experience in directed teaching of both individual and group lesson settings in the Southwestern Music Academy. Prerequisite: PIA 1912.

PIA 2000 Sophomore Upper Level Examination
Students will present a complete Classical sonata, an etude, and additional balanced literature. Technical Requirements are the Standards for Level 8 for The Royal Conservatory of Music as included in the Piano Syllabus. Students will also sight read one hymn. Students must pass this course in order to proceed to PIA 3101, 3103, or 3105.

PIA 2101 Applied Piano III
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 2102 Applied Piano III
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 2105 Applied Piano III
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 2111 Secondary Applied Piano III
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Piano Proficiency.

PIA 2201 Applied Piano IV
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 2202 Applied Piano IV
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 2205 Applied Piano IV
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 2211 Secondary Applied Piano IV
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Piano Proficiency.

PIA 2301 Piano Foundations III
Continues development of the skills taught in PIA 1311. Prerequisite: PIA 1311 or permission of the piano department.

PIA 2311 Piano Foundations IV
Continues development of skills taught in PIA 2301, with added emphasis in accompanying and instrumental, vocal, and choral score reading. At the end of this course, students will be given the opportunity to complete the piano proficiency. Prerequisite: PIA 2301 or permission of the piano department. May be repeated for credit.

PIA 3000 Junior Piano Recital
During the junior year, a student seeking the B.M. in Performance degree will present a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

PIA 3101 Applied Piano V
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 3102 Applied Piano VI
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 3103 Applied Piano V
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 3105 Applied Piano V
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 3201 Applied Piano
Individual instruction in piano. Master class and jury required.

PIA 3202 Applied Piano VI and Junior Recital
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

PIA 3203 Applied Piano VI and Junior Recital
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

PIA 3301 Accompanying
A study of the accompanist's role in vocal and instrumental repertoire and in Christian worship settings. Emphasis on sight reading, interpretation, and improvisation. Includes accompanying for assigned lessons. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission by the coordinating professor.

PIA 3302 Accompanying
A study of the accompanist's role in vocal and instrumental repertoire and in Christian worship settings. Emphasis on sight reading, interpretation, and improvisation. Includes accompanying for assigned lessons. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission by the coordinating professor.

PIA 3312 Accompanying
A study of the accompanist's role in vocal and instrumental repertoire and in Christian worship settings. Emphasis on sight reading, interpretation, and improvisation. Prerequisite: Permission by the coordinating professor.

PIA 3321 Accompanying Practicum
A practical course providing experience in the preparation, rehearsal, and performance of piano accompaniments for vocal and instrumental repertoire, as well as providing experience of accompanying in Christian worship settings. Includes accompanying for assigned lessons. Prerequisite: PIA 3312.

PIA 4000 Senior Piano Recital
During the senior year, a student seeking the B.M. in Performance degree will present a recital containing at least 50 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

PIA 4010 Senior Piano Recital
During the senior year, a student seeking the B.A. in Music degree will present a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

PIA 4101 Applied Piano VII
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 4102 Applied Piano
Individual instruction in piano. Master class and jury required.

PIA 4103 Applied Piano VII
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 4105 Applied Piano VII
Individual instruction in piano for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

PIA 4201 Applied Piano
Individual instruction in piano. Master class and jury required.

PIA 4202 Applied Piano VIII and Senior Wor Proj
Individual instruction in piano and the presentation of a Senior Worship Project. The Senior Worship Project is the capstone leadership assignment encompassing the creative design of a worship service, assembling and rehearsing vocal and instrumental teams, preparing supportive media elements, equipping a media team, and leading a 30-minute worship service in a public setting, preceded by a ten-minute explanation of the project's formation and details. Master class required.

PIA 4203 Applied Piano VIII and Senior Recital
Individual instruction in piano for BMP students and presentation of a recital containing at least 50 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

PIA 4212 Applied Piano VIII and Senior Recital
Individual instruction in piano for BAM students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

PIA 4812 Piano Literature I
A survey of the literature written for the piano and its predecessors in the Baroque and Classical Periods.

PIA 4822 Piano Literature II
A survey of piano repertoire from the Romantic Period to the present. Prerequisite: PIA 4812.

PIA 5101 Elective Piano
Elective private piano instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

PIA 5102 Elective Piano
Elective private piano instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

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Reason - College

REA 1153 Critical Thinking and Worldview
An introduction to the principles of critical thinking and practical logic which aims at developing the skills necessary for thinking well, especially in the evaluation of worldviews. Attention will be given to deductive and non-deductive standards of evaluation, both informal and formal fallacies, how the Christian worldview provides a grounding for logic, and how Christianity can be reasonably held and defended.

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Social Sciences - College

SOS 2103 World Religions
A general survey of the major contemporary religions of the world, including the teachings of Buddha, Confucius, Lao-Tzu, and Muhammad.

SOS 3313 Introduction to Christian Ethics
An introduction to the biblical, philosophical, and theological foundations of Christian ethics aimed at engaging moral situations arising in culture, such as in areas of sociology, anthropology, psychology, geo-politics, and/or economics.

Theological Studies

Theological Studies - College

THE 3033 Systematic Theology I
The doctrines of revelation and bibliology, focusing on the nature of Scripture, especially its inspiration, inerrancy, authority, canonicity, and sufficiency; also an introduction to the field of theology with a focus on sources and method.

THE 3203 Adv Study in Theological Issues
An advanced study of a doctrine discussed in THE 3033, 4033, or 4043. Pre-Req: THE 3033

THE 4033 Systematic Theology II
The doctrines of God, creation and providence, humanity and sin, and the Person and work of Jesus Christ.

THE 4043 Systematic Theology III
The doctrines of the Person and work of the Holy Spirit, salvation and the Christian life, the church, and eschatology.

Music

Theory - College

THY 1104 Theory & Musicianship I
An integrated course involving the study of musical fundamentals, diatonic harmony, and elementary sight singing and ear training, including improvisation of melodic lines. Must be completed with a minimum of 70% to advance to THY 1204.

THY 1204 Theory and Musicianship II
An integrated course that continues THY 1104, focusing specifically on the identification, analysis, and improvisation of diatonic harmonic progressions and musical phrase structures of the 18th and 19th centuries. Prerequisite: Completion of THY 1104 with a minimum of 70%.

THY 2104 Theory and Musicianship III
An integrated course involving identification, analysis, and improvisation of chromatic harmony; a study of formal structures of common practice period compositions; and exploration of more advanced sight singing and ear training. Prerequisite: THY 1204.

THY 2204 Theory and Musicianship IV
An integrated course that continues the identification, analysis, and improvisation of chromatic harmony and formal structures in common practice music from THY 2104, as well as explores musical composition of the 20th and 21st centuries. Prerequisite: THY 2104.

THY 4122 Arranging and Orchestration
A study in arranging for choral and instrumental ensembles. Choral arranging will emphasize idiomatic uses of harmony, melodic figures, voicing, and textures. Instrumental arranging will emphasize understanding capabilities, ranges, idiomatic techniques, and potential combinations of instruments. Notational elements will also be covered. Prerequisite: THY 2204 or permission of instructor.

THY 4202 Counterpoint
Analysis and writing in the modal style of the sixteenth century and the tonal style of the eighteenth century. Prerequisite: THY 2204.

THY 4301 Improvisation for the Worship Musician
This course is designed to facilitate theory-based improvisation within worship settings for singers, keyboardist (organ/piano), and instrumentalists. Students are expected to minister in the program of a local church or organization. Prerequisite: THY 2204.

Music

Voice - College

VOI 1100 Voice Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.

VOI 1101 Applied Voice I
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1102 Applied Voice I
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1105 Applied Voice I
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1111 Secondary Applied Voice I
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Voice Proficiency.

VOI 1112 Secondary Applied Voice I
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students after completion of Voice Proficiency. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1201 Applied Voice II
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1202 Applied Voice II
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1205 Applied Voice II
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1211 Secondary Applied Voice II
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Voice Proficiency.

VOI 1212 Secondary Applied Voice II
Secondary applied instruction for BMP students after completion of Voice Proficiency. Master class and jury required.

VOI 1500 Voice Proficiency
When the Voice Proficiency is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript. No credit.

VOI 1602 Diction I: English, Italian, and Latin
Introduction to the diction of English, Italian, and Latin based on the International Phonetic Alphabet.

VOI 1612 Diction II: French and German
Introduction to the diction of French and German based on the International Phonetic Alphabet.

VOI 1902 Voice Pedagogy
The study of basic techniques and materials used in teaching voice.

VOI 2000 Sophomore Upper Level Examination
BAM and BMP students will present 4 songs (English, Italian, German, and French). BMWS students will present 4 songs (English, Italian, German, and a spiritual or gospel selection). Sight reading examples will also be included. Students must pass this course in order to proceed to VOI 3101, VOI 3103, or VOI 3105.

VOI 2101 Applied Voice III
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 2102 Applied Voice III
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 2105 Applied Voice III
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 2111 Secondary Applied Voice III
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Voice Proficiency.

VOI 2201 Applied Voice IV
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 2202 Applied Voice IV
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 2205 Applied Voice IV
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 2211 Secondary Applied Voice IV
Secondary applied instruction for BMWS students after completion of Voice Proficiency.

VOI 2402 Class Voice I
An introduction to solo vocal literature and the basic fundamentals of singing.

VOI 2502 Class Voice II
A continued introduction to solo vocal literature and the basic fundamentals of singing.

VOI 2601 Movement for Performers
A study of choreography and stage movement techniques for musical theater, opera, and solo performance.

VOI 2808 Opera Workshop
Rehearsal and performance of opera and operetta, and elements of set, costume, and make-up design as well as stagecraft. May be repeated for credit.

VOI 3000 Junior Voice Recital
During the junior year, a student seeking the B.M. in Performance degree will present a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

VOI 3101 Applied Voice V
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 3102 Applied Voice
Individual instruction in voice. Master class and jury required.

VOI 3103 Applied Voice V
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 3105 Applied Voice V
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 3201 Applied Voice VI
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 3202 Applied Voice VI and Junior Recital
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

VOI 3203 Applied Voice VI and Junior Recital
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

VOI 3412 Song Literature I
A study of solo vocal repertoire with particular emphasis on German Lieder and Italian song. Emphasis will be on the contributions of major composers of the art song and the development of repertoire for voice students. Prerequisite: VOI 1602.

VOI 3422 Song Literature II
A study of French, British, and American art song. Emphasis will be on the contributions of major composers of the art song and the development of repertoire for voice students. Prerequisite: VOI 1612.

VOI 4000 Senior Voice Recital
During the senior year, a student seeking the B.M. in Performance degree will present a recital containing at least 50 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

VOI 4010 Senior Voice Recital
During the senior year, a student seeking the B.A. in Music degree will present a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

VOI 4101 Applied Voice VII
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 4102 Applied Voice
Individual instruction in voice. Master class and jury required.

VOI 4103 Applied Voice VII
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 4105 Applied Voice VII
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students. Master class and jury required.

VOI 4202 Applied Voice VIII & Sr Worship Project
Individual instruction in voice for BMWS students and presentation of a Senior Worship Project. The Senior Worship Project is the capstone leadership assignment encompassing the creative design of a worship service, assembling and rehearsing vocal and instrumental teams, preparing supportive media elements, equipping a media team, and leading a 30-minute worship service in a public setting, preceded by a ten-minute explanation of the project's formation and details. Master class required.

VOI 4203 Applied Voice VIII and Senior Recital
Individual instruction in voice for BMP students and presentation of a recital containing at least 50 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

VOI 4212 Applied Voice VIII and Senior Recital
Individual instruction in voice for BAM students and the presentation of a recital containing at least 30 minutes of music. The student must pass a preliminary hearing before the relevant applied faculty. Master class required.

VOI 5000 Elective Voice Recital
A recital designed for students beyond degree requirements. Recital length and literature are determined by the professor.

VOI 5101 Elective Voice
Elective private voice instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

VOI 5102 Elective Voice
Elective private voice instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

VOI 5202 Elective Voice
Elective private voice instruction for all college students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.

Music

Worship - College

WOR 1102 Biblical Foundations of Worship
A survey of the biblical foundations, primary source documents, and history of Christian worship practice. Co-requisite: WOR 1100 Platform Leadership for the Musician.

WOR 1108 Worship Leading Lab I
Worship Lab provides students with the opportunity to discuss and apply principles and skills of biblical worship planning and leadership within a learning environment. Each student will be a part of a worship leadership team that will rehearse and lead in a designated time of corporate worship each semester. 0.5 hours.

WOR 2018 Techniques in Acoustic Guitar I
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn the common vocabulary and basic techniques of the acoustic guitar and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping acoustic guitar players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2028 Techniques in Electric Guitar I
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn the common vocabulary and basic techniques of the electric guitar and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping electric guitar players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2038 Techniques in Bass Guitar I
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn the common vocabulary and basic techniques of the bass guitar and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping bass guitar players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2048 Techniques in Drum Set I
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn the common vocabulary and basic techniques of the drum set and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping drum set players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2058 Techniques in Keyboard I
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn the common vocabulary and basic techniques of the keyboard and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping keyboard players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2068 Worship Internship
Worship students are required to be actively involved in a local church music and worship ministry for four semesters. Worship Internship: Leadership provides students an opportunity to interact with a worship professor about their field experiences while receiving instruction in leadership principles needed for effective service to the local church.

WOR 2078 Worship Internship
Worship students are required to be actively involved in a local church music and worship ministry for four semesters. Worship Internship: Finance and Budgeting provides students an opportunity to interact with a worship professor about their field experiences while receiving instruction in the practical details of finance and budgeting principles needed to steward the money assigned to the music and worship ministry of a local church.

WOR 2088 Worship Internship
Worship students are required to be actively involved in a local church music and worship ministry for four semesters. Worship Internship: Administration provides students an opportunity to interact with a worship professor about their field experiences while receiving instruction in administrative principles needed for effective structuring a fully orbed worship ministry. Topics to be addressed include the recruitment, care, and discipling of volunteer teams, sound hiring practices, staff relationships, calendaring and programming, developing and deploying leaders, and the formation of new ensembles.

WOR 2098 Worship Internship
Worship students are required to be actively involved in a local church music and worship ministry for four semesters. Worship Internship: Children's and Youth Choirs provides students an opportunity to interact with a worship professor about their field experiences while receiving instruction in the formation, cultivation, and deployment of children's and youth choirs in the local church

WOR 2102 Congregational Worship Music
A survey of the music used in corporate worship from early Christian foundations through current worship practice. Prerequisite: WOR 1102.

WOR 2108 Worship Leading Lab I
Worship Leading Lab provides a platform to apply principles and skills of biblical worship leadership in the contest of a variety of musical styles, worship traditions, and cultural models.

WOR 2118 Techniques in Acoustic Guitar II
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn advanced techniques of the acoustic guitar and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping acoustic guitar players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2128 Techniques in Electric Guitar II
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn advanced techniques of the electric guitar and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping electric guitar players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2138 Techniques in Bass Guitar II
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn advanced techniques of the bass guitar and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping bass guitar players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2148 Techniques in Drum Set II
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn advanced techniques of the drum set and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping drum set players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2158 Techniques in Keyboard II
A practical laboratory-based course in which the student will learn advanced techniques of the keyboard and its role in the worship band. Special emphasis will be given to rehearsal techniques related to teaching and equipping keyboard players for effective contributions to worship within the context of the modern rhythm section.

WOR 2208 Worship Leading Lab II
A continuation of Worship Leading Lab I. Worship Leading Lab provides a platform to apply principles and skills of biblical worship leadership in the contest of a variety of musical styles, worship traditions, and cultural models.

WOR 3102 Ministry of Planning & Leading Worship
A laboratory/lecture experience exploring effective ways of planning and leading worship for the 21st-century church. Focus will be given to designing Christ-honoring worship services, leading worship services, Scripture reading, public speaking and praying, and crafting meaningful transitions. Attention will also be given to the development of worship media and equipping media ministries for effective worship service support. Prerequisite: WOR 1102.

WOR 3112 Rehearsal Techniques for Vocal Ensembles
A study of best practices and techniques used by effective rehearsal leaders in choral, vocal ensemble, and praise team settings. This course will include a strong laboratory component where students will practice leading an in-class vocal ensemble. Prerequisite: CON 3622.

WOR 3122 Rehearsal Techniques for Worship Bands
A practical study of how to build, rehearse, and shepherd modern praise bands and rhythm sections in a variety of styles within small, medium, and large churches.

WOR 3132 Leading a Comp Music & Worship Min
A practical study of budgeting, calendaring, purchasing, recruitment, staff relationships, and organizational tools for worship ministry. Special emphasis will be given to the organization and development of a fully orbed worship ministry encompassing choral, instrumental, and other artistic groups of varying ages and configurations.

WOR 3222 Culture, Philosophy, and Worship
An introduction to the study of culture and philosophy as related to Christian worship practice. Prerequisite: WOR 1102.

WOR 3232 Technology for Worship I
A practical exploration of church audio systems, lighting systems, audio recording software, personnel management software, website design, MIDI, and Finale notation.

WOR 3242 Technology for Worship II
A practical exploration of video production, video editing software, video editing techniques, image magnification, video servers, and live streaming in the context of Christian worship services, broadcast ministry, and outreach ministry applications.

WOR 4000 Senior Worship Program
The Senior Worship Program is a 30-minute hybrid recital-ministry event that may be chosen by the student in lieu of the Senior Recital for the Bachelor of Arts in Music degree. The student will demonstrate accomplishment in their principal applied area in a manner that incorporates worship elements. The content must be approved by the applied instructor and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Music. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required.

WOR 4001 Worship Leadership Recital
The Worship Leadership Recital is a 50-minute hybrid recital-ministry event required for the Bachelor of Music in Worship Studies. The student will demonstrate accomplishment in their principal applied area in a manner that incorporates worship elements. The content must be approved by the applied instructor and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Music. Concurrent enrollment in applied study required. Prerequisite: WOR 3102.

WOR 4301 Worship Leadership Capstone
The Worship Leadership Capstone is a 30-minute worship service designed, prepared, and led by student. The student will also craft a theology and philosophy of biblical worship to be submitted to the supervising professor. One hour.

WOR 4302 Worship Leadership Internship and Projec
A capstone experience for the Bachelor of Music in Worship Studies taken in the final year of study. The internship and project is developed by the student and a cooperating professor from the music ministry department. The course involves a supervised ministry experience, a structured project, and a concluding research paper based on the project. Prerequisite: Completion of 80 hours of undergraduate study.

WOR 4400 Worship Leadership Internship
Semester-long supervised internship in a local church context. No hours.

WOR 4401 Summer Internship
BMWS students will invest one summer (preferably the summer before the junior or senior year) serving as a part of a worship ministry staff of a local church in the U.S. Students are expected to serve for ten weeks for 30-40 hours per week.