The College of Music and the Arts at Azusa Pacific University offers an innovative arts community firmly grounded in the Christian faith, and dedicated to preparing students to excel as talented, artist-scholars in visual and performing arts and music. The college houses the School of Music, with bachelor's and master's degrees in music; and the School of Visual and Performing Arts, which offers bachelorâ€™s degrees in cinematic arts and theater, a master's in screenwriting, as well as bachelor's and master's degrees in art.
- Commercial Music Major (B.M.)
- Composition Music Major (B.M.)
- Music Education Major (Pre-Teacher Certification)(B.M.)
- Music and Worship Major (B.M.)
- Performance Major (B.M.)
- Music Major (B.A.) (Emphases in Music Theory and Performance)
- Music Minor
- Worship Leadership Minor
- Composition, M.M.
- Conducting, M.M.
- Education, M.M.
- Performance, M.M.
- Music Entrepreneurial Studies, M.A.
- Artist Certificate
College of Music and the Arts
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May's Performance Notes
The month of May offers wonderful moments to celebrate our students’ accomplishments and to cheer on our graduates as they head out into exciting new paths.
Our graduation celebrations this May were particularly...
Azusa Pacific University's School of Music hosts its eighth Azusa Conservatory of Music Summer Camp.
Azusa Pacific University graduate assistant conductor of the APU Symphony Orchestra and Opera, Diego Barbosa-VĂˇsquez was recently named as a Colombian Country Brand Ambassador.
â€śThe idea just came to me,â€ť said Lauren Meyering, â€™17, cinematic arts major and director/writer of Foolish Smarts and How to Lose Them, a student film produced as one of APUâ€™s senior capstone projects in the Department of Cinematic Arts.
Elsewhere at APU
Covina-Valley Unified School District is partnering with Azusa Pacific University to provide Covina, Northview, and South Hills high school students who meet admissions requirements with guaranteed admittance to APU and a $10,000 scholarship.
June 24, 6–7 p.m.
November 23–November 24
December 25–December 29