BA Music

Worship Arts Stream

The BA in Music Worship Arts stream offers a holistic program for students pursuing careers in music ministry. Serving both the church and society, this degree enables you to have a solid basis musically, biblically and practically to expertly lead in worship music with self-assurance and theological awareness.

Tyndale's innovative and exciting music program provides the skills and tools needed for success in performance, music leadership and music ministry. With a diverse faculty of professional musicians, students receive world-class music education through leading-edge courses, internships, individual and group training, mentorship, as well as performance and ministry opportunities. Learning from expert practitioners, Tyndale provides a supportive community where musicians can explore their gifting while refining their craft. Combining practical studio training with theoretical knowledge, students gain exposure to a wide range of musical traditions, styles, concepts and artistic expressions through both popular music and sacred music genres. Multiple opportunities are available to perform at external concerts and services as soloists and in ensemble settings, even partnering and performing with professional musicians throughout the Greater Toronto Area, as well as internal performance opportunities in multiple performance spaces throughout the campus. Students develop leadership skills through Tyndale’s Chapel Program as they lead weekly chapel worship in our breath-taking 56-foot high chapel space with a state-of-the-art sound system.

Also Available: Music Performance
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Interesting Courses

  • History of Christian Worship
  • Theology of Christian Worship
  • Contemporary Worship in the Church
  • Songwriting
  • Why Music Matters

For a future career as a:

  • Worship Pastor/Leader
  • Teacher
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Musician
  • Recording Artist
"The music program prepares you in such a way that you will leave with a greater understanding of the foundations of worship, an appreciation for different styles of music, and newly developed leadership skills." — Morgan Clark