Sacred Music Certificate
The Sacred Music Certificate is a 15-hour program that studies elements of Christian sacred music and worship (hymnody/sacred song, worship/liturgy, sacred choral literature, and conducting). It also includes an internship experience in a local church. Any student pursuing a music degree may enroll in the Sacred Music Certificate program. Upon completion of the coursework, participants receive a Sacred Music Certificate from the University of Evansville.
International travel to the University of Evansville's Harlaxton Campus through the British Cathedrals and the Arts course is available to all Sacred Music Certificate students.
Sacred Music Certificate Curriculum
The Sacred Music Certificate course work includes study of the basic elements
of sacred music as listed above. Course requirements for the Sacred Music Certificate include:
Optional courses that may also be studied include:
The organ curriculum prepares students to complete elements of the certification program (Service Playing/Colleague)offered by the American Guild of Organists. The University of Evansville chapter of the American Guild of Organists was established in 1961.
UE Sacred Music Series
The University of Evansville sponsors an ongoing series of Sacred Music events. These include lectures, hymn festivals, services, and master-classes. For information about one such event, click [here].
Details about these events are available at this site.