Winter Term is quickly approaching. Don’t put off applying for courses at Worship Arts Conservatory. All of our courses are online and very affordable at only $50 per credit.
Winter Term Courses
An introduction to the abstract elements of line, texture, shape, space, color, values and patterns. Employ basic media techniques and tools with emphasis on craftsmanship.
An introduction to photography. Provides foundational instruction in digital based photographic imagery. Learn to plan and produce digital images that demonstrate an understanding of composition, light, color and visual impact.
New Testament Survey
A survey of the literature and interpretation of the New Testament. Attention will be given to the central themes, and the authorship, date, setting, theme, purpose, structure and general content of each book. The life of Christ, history of the church and impact of the Apostle Paul will also be highlighted.
An introduction to the doctrines of the Christian faith with an emphasis on those that are accepted by all evangelical denominations especially as evidenced by the creeds of the faith.
Introduction to Worship Dance
An introduction to dance as a means of worship by examining the history, terminology and basic techniques of dance as applied to a Christian setting.
Elements of Music
An introduction to the fundamentals of music: major and minor scales, key signatures, triads, and simple tonal harmony.
An introduction to the basic conducting techniques with an emphasis on application in a choral setting. Master the standard beat patterns, learn to communicate cues, tempo, dynamics and mood.
Worship Band Techniques
Learn how to have an effective worship rehearsal. Learn how to prepare for rehearsal, techniques for an effective rehearsal, characteristics and uses of each of the main instruments in a standard rhythm section, and characteristics of various contemporary music styles. Prerequisite: MUS-110 or approval of Music Department.
Winter Term begins in January. New students need to apply soon so their application can be processed before classes begin.