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Bachelor of Music in Worship Leadership 

Excellence is the goal for worship leadership students in the Alabama School of the Arts. Extensive opportunities for performance allow students to put classroom lessons into practice before audiences of thousands. The purpose of the worship leadership degree is to provide students with the knowledge and capability to develop a successful career in one of two key areas of concentration: 1) Church Ministry or 2) Music Business.

BS in Worship Leadership – Church Ministry – all courses in addition to University core requirements
WL 110 Macintosh Literacy 2
WL 201 Survey of Technology and Media 3
WL 215 Survey of the Arts in Worship 2
WL 351 Biblical Foundations of Worship 3
WL 352 Relational Issues in Worship 3
WL 353 Biblical Principles of Leadership 3
WL 354 History and Philosophy of Music and Worship 3
WL 355 Practical Skills in Worship 3
WL 371 Finale I ( MU 102, Mac Literacy) 2
WL 412 Christian Ethics & the Performing Arts 3
WL 331 Junior Project/Internship 1
WL 441 Senior Project 1
WL 442 Internship 1
CMS 299 Turabian Research Seminar 1
CMS 301 History of Christian Thought (EN 101/EN 102) 3
MU 101 Theory I 3
MU 101L Theory I Lab 1
MU 102 Theory I 3
MU 102L Theory I Lab 1
MU 201 Theory II 3
MU 201L Theory II Lab 1
MU 202 Theory II 3
MU 202L Theory I Lab 1
MU 426 Basic Conducting 2
2 Pedagogies (student choice) 2
Primary Applied Area 8
Secondary Applied Area 4
Large Ensemble 8
Small Ensemble 0
Worship Experience & Concert Attendance (6 semesters) 0
MU 200 Piano Proficiency 0

• MU 427 Instrumental Conducting (2 Credit hours)
• MU 428 Choral Conducting (2 Credit Hours)

  • WL 101 Inside the Music Industry
  • WL 301 Copyright and Intellectual Property Law
  • WL 411 The Entrepreneur Musician
  • WL 421 Introduction to Pro-Tools
  • WL 422 Recording Engineering Techniques
  • EC 202 Principles of Microeconomics
  • MKT 311 Principles of Marketing
  • MGT 321 Principles of Management
  • Primary Applied Area (8 Sequential Semesters)
  • Secondary Applied Area (4 Sequential Semesters)
  • Primary Ensemble (8 Sequential Semesters)
  • Students choice of Two Pedagogies (two credit hours)