Upon completion of the Worship Arts major, students will demonstrate sound biblical principles, doctrine, and theological understanding of Worship, as well as be able to articulate and practice spiritual disciplines, teamwork, volunteer recruitment, leadership, mentoring, and organizational skills necessary to lead a worship ministry.
Students will be able to communicate and demonstrate that music is a useful and effective element of worship which can unite people in a transformative, expressive encounter with Christ.
Students will also be able to recognize and advocate the role of the artist and artistic expression as an integral component of the church community as it relates to worship and communicating biblical truth in today’s culture.
Students will exhibit competency in practical skills such as stage presentation and technology, while pursuing excellence and personal growth for the sake of serving local church.
*Worship Arts students must audition to be admitted into the degree program.
Weekend Experience Director
Creative Arts Director
GET ON THE FAST TRACK
Interested in earning a graduate degree in the future?
Transition courses give NCC students the opportunity to take classes that can earn credit toward both their Bachelor‘s degree and a future Master’s degree.
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LIFE AT NCC
Small class sizes build greater community between peers and instructors.
NCC is regionally accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Association for Biblical Higher Education.
Regardless of major, all NCC students graduate with a well-rounded foundation of liberal arts and Biblical Instruction.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
The worship arts program at NC has and is making a major impact on my life. Not only am I learning the scriptural context for worship I am learning the importance of doing it well. NC has equipped me with the technology, training, and experience anyone would need to be a great worship/church leader.
DAVID SCHOMER, WORSHIP LEADER ‘18
For program curriculum and course descriptions, refer to our current catalog.