Christian Colleges in South Carolina with Music Majors

Students wishing to study music in South Carolina can choose from several Baptist, Methodist and other Christian-affiliated institutions. Learn about some of the available schools, their student population sizes, tuition rates and more.

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South Carolina is home to several 4-year, Christian institutions that offer bachelor's degree programs in various areas of music. These colleges and universities are affiliated with a few different denominations and vary in size and resources. Explore some of these schools and their music programs.

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Here we discuss a handful of the Christian colleges in South Carolina that have a minor and/or major in music. Compare these schools' denomination, location and tuition rates below.

School Name Institution Type Denomination Location Tuition (2017-2018)*
Columbia College 4-year, private not-for-profit United Methodist Columbia, SC $19,500
North Greenville University 4-year, private not-for-profit Southern Baptist Tigerville, SC $19,150
Southern Wesleyan University 4-year, private not-for-profit Wesleyan Central, SC $24,700
Anderson University 4-year, private not-for-profit Baptist Anderson, SC $26,970
Charleston Southern University 4-year, private not-for-profit Baptist Charleston, SC $24,840

Source: *National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

Description of the Christian Colleges in South Carolina with Music Majors

The Christian colleges in South Carolina with music majors offer unique programs to prepare students for various careers in the subject. Students considering these schools may also examine factors like school size, spiritual growth opportunities and more. Find out about some of these distinguishing characteristics for a few of the available schools.

Columbia College

Columbia College is a unique women's college that had close to 1,460 undergraduate students in 2016, according to the NCES. The college offers a Bachelor of Arts in Music degree program that culminates in a final capstone experience. Students in the program can participate in small or large vocal ensembles, audition for music scholarships and the college's Choir Clinic for high school students. Students interested in joining a spiritual organization to grow in their faith can choose from student organizations like Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU), Heavenly Creations Gospel Choir, Kingdom Glory College Ministries or the Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM).

North Greenville University

North Greenville University offers bachelor's degree programs in music, music performance, music worship studies and music education. Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Music program are required to submit a senior project reflecting their musical knowledge, as well as perform a senior recital with their voice or instrument. The university provides students with chapel services, summer missions, Media Ministry, Life Groups, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), BCM worship and other spiritual organizations/opportunities to help them grow in their faith. The university had about 2,340 undergraduate students in 2016, according to the NCES.

Southern Wesleyan University

Spiritual life on campus in Southern Wesleyan University includes chapel services, service opportunities, such as summer ministry teams and Day of Service, and spiritual growth opportunities through Discipleship Groups and RightNow Media, an online discipleship streaming video library. The university offers bachelor's degree programs in music, church music and music education. Students in the music program have unique opportunities to apply their musical knowledge, including composing music, leading church music programs or helping build pipe or electronic organs. In 2016, the university had around 1,420 undergraduate students, per the NCES.

Anderson University

The NCES reported that Anderson University had a little over 2,940 undergraduates in 2016. Students can pursue a bachelor's degree in music education or music with a variety of concentration areas, including commercial music, worship leadership, vocal performance and instrumental performance. Students in the program can also choose from more than 15 music ensembles to perform with and are mentored by faculty members in the program. To further develop their spiritual lives, students can participate in campus ministries that offer a range of service opportunities, like building Haitian orphanages and supporting a Seattle church plant, and/or participate in spiritual organizations like FCA, BCM or CRU.

Charleston Southern University

Charleston Southern University had a little over 3,200 undergraduate students in 2016, according to the NCES. Students on campus can pursue spiritual maturity through chapel services, small group discipleship, worship services (Elevate) and/or spiritual organizations like FCA, BCM, Young Life Charleston (a community helping students to grow in their faith) or One Accord Gospel Choir. The university offers Bachelor of Arts degree programs in music education (instrumental or choral), performance (instrumental or vocal), music and worship leadership or music therapy. These degree programs require a senior recital/project and/or an internship experience for hands-on learning. For example, students in the music and worship leadership program complete a senior worship project and a 12-week internship with a local church ministry.

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