Anointed University Worldwide

PhD in Applied Music Ministry

About Course

The PhD in Applied Music Ministry program at Anointed University is designed to equip scholars and practitioners with advanced knowledge and skills in music ministry within a Christian context. The program focuses on the integration of music theory, theology, worship leadership, and research
methodologies. The curriculum combines theoretical foundations, practical applications, and
spiritual development to prepare graduates for leadership roles in music ministry, worship
leadership, teaching, and research. This course outline provides a comprehensive overview of the
curriculum for the PhD in Applied Music Ministry program.

Course Objectives:
1. To develop a deep understanding of advanced music theory and its application to Christian
worship.
2. To acquire advanced knowledge and skills in worship leadership, music performance, and
composition.
3. To integrate theological foundations and biblical teachings into music ministry practice.
4. To apply research methodologies to address issues in music ministry and contribute to the
advancement of the field.
5. To cultivate leadership and communication skills for effective music ministry and worship
leadership.
6. To enhance spiritual growth and personal formation for a holistic approach to music ministry.

 

Course Delivery:
The PhD in Applied Music Ministry program at Anointed University is primarily delivered through a combination of on-campus and online instruction. On-campus sessions provide opportunities for
face-to-face interaction, ensemble performances, and collaborative research with faculty and peers.
Online coursework allows students to access course materials, engage in discussions, and complete
assignments at their own pace.

Course Duration:
The PhD in Applied Music Ministry program is designed to be completed in approximately 1-2 years of full-time study. Part-time options are available for students who require a more flexible schedule.

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