Music - Sacred Music (B.M.)
The Music of the Divine
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Why Earn a Degree in Sacred Music from Seton Hill University?
As a student in the Sacred Music (B.M.) Program at Seton Hill, you will complete the liberal arts and music core curriculums along with your Sacred Music courses. You'll be prepared to move forward into your career after graduation through:
- courses in theology, liturgy, hymnology, organ literature and pedagogy, service playing and improvisation
- a yearly series of workshops, recitals and master classes
- study of voice, piano and organ as well as participation in various ensembles (including a handbell component)
- access to professional and practice spaces in our state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center
An audition is required to be admitted into Seton Hill Music Programs in addition to being accepted to the university. Click here for more information on the audition process and requirements.
A variety of large and specialized ensembles are available for both music and non-music majors at Seton Hill University. All music majors participate in ensembles as a part of the major.
Seton Hill University's Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) will work with you to create your resumé, prepare you for interviews and help you make meaningful connections with professionals in your field of interest - throughout your education and after you've graduated.