Worship Ministry Degree Option
Preparing leaders of worship, music and ministry
Developing, training and mentoring superb worship leaders who are also growing in their spiritual relationship to Christ, are the focal points of Crown College’s Christian music degree programs in Minnesota. Not only do we prepare young men and women to become effective worship leaders within the church other ministry organizations, but graduates of our Worship Ministry program are also well-equipped for ministry and leadership in other key areas.
The Christian educators who comprise our faculty are seasoned leaders and ministers with decades of experience working with churches. Through our faculty, worship students learn to balance their personal and professional lives through Christ. Our professors also guide students in leadership, collaboration, and finding and sustaining a career that reflects their Christian depth of character.
Crown’s focus on ministry and global outreach are integral to each of our Christian music degrees in Minnesota. Students can gain real-world experience through internships, choir, chapel worship teams, instrumental ensembles, and various traveling worship team opportunities performing in churches, camps, and other select venues.
Our students are members of a long tradition of musical excellence at Crown College. On the cutting edge of musical performance and musical ministry, our programs embrace a diversity of musical styles but with a singular emphasis on honoring God with our worship.
Bachelor of Science in Worship Ministry
- Minister in worship and music in a local church or Christian organization
- Extensive preparation in Bible, Theology, and Ministry
- Gain a foundation for graduate work in ministry
- Worship Ministry (B.S.) program description
Worship Ministry Minor
Minors Available From Other Departments
Students enrolled in a Christian music degree program at Crown College may choose to earn a minor as part of their degree program, including courses taken from other departments. Students should select their minors in consultation with their academic advisors.