Who can be admitted to the program?
Students will be expected to be active members of Christian churches; persons of genuine Christian character, attitude, and behavior; have sufficient academic qualifications; and exhibit a call to serve Christ in the diverse and global ministries of His church, or who are committed to preparing and mobilizing as disciples for more effective ministry through His church. Students will include lay persons seeking academic and spiritual enrichment. B. H. Carroll Theological Institute will encourage diversity in race, ethnicity, national origin, and gender and will be open to persons from any Great Commission church.
Does my undergraduate degree have to be in music?
While a music degree is helpful, Master of Arts in Worship students come from a variety of backgrounds and at different life stages—many of whom are called to music after spending time in unrelated fields. Thus, we do not require an undergraduate music degree.
Director of M.A.W.
Stan Moore is a graduate of the University of New Mexico where he earned a BME degree in Voice and Conducting. He also earned MCM and MM degrees in Conducting, and a DMA degree in Music Ministry from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (Ft. Worth TX).
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