At Malone, we are inspired by beauty in all its forms and value music as an expression of God’s blessings on Earth.

Our Music programs are notable for the depth and breadth of opportunities they offer, no matter what type of music career you’re seeking.


Performance and composition are important pieces of the overall masterwork that you’ll create: a successful career in the field where your God-given talents lie.

Under Malone’s College of Theology, Arts & Sciences, the Department of Music offers degree programs in Music Education and Music, with emphases available in Music Ministry and Music Production.

Certificate programs in Piano Pedagogy and Voice Pedagogy are also offered and scholarships are available through audition.


Making a Life Out of Making Music


Under the direction of our nationally-renowned faculty, Malone’s academic programs for musicians are selective and demanding in preparation for a career in music. But opportunities to simply enjoy music for music’s sake are abundant and inviting.

Be involved in our performance organizations, including University Chorale, Symphonic  or Marching Band, Chamber Choir, or several other ensembles. Interpret the classics or compose a new work of your own. Learn to evaluate music through the study of a wide range of musical styles. Hone your skills in music production. Take advantage of inspiring music internships.

Earn a certificate in piano or vocal pedagogy.

Certificate in Piano Pedagogy

Designed to teach you how to improve a student's piano technique and style, this certificate is a 25-hour course of study available to music majors and non-majors. An audition or conference is required before acceptance into the program.

 

Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy

Designed to teach you how to improve a student's vocal performance in a studio setting, this certificate is a 25-hour course of study available to music majors and non-majors. An audition or conference is required before acceptance into the program.