Colleges and Universities in Lubbock

 

Number of Listings: 2


Lubbock Christian University | Music Division, Department of Communication and Fine Arts

  • 5601 Nineteenth Street, Lubbock, TX 79407-2099
  • (806) 720-7427 (806) 720-7000
  • Dr. Ruth Holmes, Professor of Music • Dr. Laurie Doyle, Associate Professor of Fine Arts/Director of Forte • Dr. Phillip Camp, Associate Professor of Music/Director of Choral Activities
  • Website
  • Music Department Statistics
    • Year department established: 1957
    • Undergraduate students: 20
    • Graduate students: 0
    • Doctoral students: 0
    • Full-time professors: 3
    • Part-time instructors: 5
    • Student-Teacher ratio: 5:1
    • Undergraduate degree hours needed: 126
    • (within major: 42;
    • within minor: NA)
    • Teaching certification: yes
    • Internship required: no
    • Recording facility: no
    • Scholarships available: yes
  • Scholarships available up to $1,000 for incoming freshman music majors plus a total of $4,000 for music organization participation. LCU offers generous scholarships to music majors based on an audition for the music faculty prior to course registration. Most music major scholarships range from $500-$2000 per year, and will stack with all other scholarships received.
  • Scholarship coordinator and phone: Philip Camp, (806) 720-7247
  • Accreditations/Affiliations: Affiliations: Music Teachers National Association • National Association of Teachers of Singing • Texas Music Educators Association
  • Lubbock Christian University offers a Bachelor of Arts in Music with optional teacher certification. This major aims to develop creative and professional leaders in the arts with a Christian foundation. The major in music emphasizes music theory, vocal performance, and appreciation and understanding of the various styles of music throughout history. The student will learn to contribute to the perpetuation of the creative arts, thus benefiting society, while enhancing his or her enjoyment of music as an art form. Also affiliated with the Texas Federation of Music Clubs. LCU has recently added the B.A. in Music with business emphasis and the B.A. in music with pre-music therapy degrees.
  • Performance opportunities include Chamber Singers, Praise Choir (Dr. Philip Camp 806-720-7429, philip.camp@lcu.edu.), Forté (Dr. Laurie Doyle 806-720-7429), and Chamber Ensemble (Dr. Ruth Holmes 806-720-7429), Andrew Babcock (andrew.babcock@lcu.edu.).
  • Performance facilities include the Swearingen Recital Hall (100 seats), Moody Auditorium (1,260 seats) and the Christian Development Center Theater (175 seats).
  • Overall enrollment: 2,000
  • Typical undergraduate tuition: NA


Texas Tech University | School of Music

  • P.O. Box 42033, Lubbock, TX 79409-2033
  • (806) 742-2270 (806) 834-3817
  • William Ballenger, Director • Michael Stoune, Associate Director for Graduate Studies • Alan Shinn, Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies
  • Website
  • Music Department Statistics
    • Year department established: 1925
    • Undergraduate students: 400
    • Graduate students: 125
    • Doctoral students: 51
    • Full-time professors: 52
    • Part-time instructors: 5
    • Student-Teacher ratio: 15:1
    • Undergraduate degree hours needed: 120 - 128
    • (within major: 69;
    • within minor: 18)
    • Teaching certification: yes
    • Internship required: yes
    • Recording facility: yes
    • Scholarships available: yes
  • The majority of the awards range from $2,000 - $4,000/year. Competitive scholarships of at least $1,000 for the academic year qualify students for in-state tuition, if applicable.
  • Scholarship coordinator and phone: Ms. Ja'Net Ross (806) 742-2270, ext. 233
  • Accreditations/Affiliations: Affiliations: National Association of Schools of Music • Texas Association of Music Schools
  • Texas Tech University offers a Bachelor of Music in Performance, Composition, Theory, and toward teacher certification; Bachelor of Arts in Music; Master of Music in Performance, Music History and Literature, Theory, Composition, Piano Pedagogy; Master of Music Education, Master of Music in Performance, Piano Pedagogy; Doctor of Philosophy in Fine Arts (Music) and Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Composition, Conducting, Performance, Piano Pedagogy. In addition, there is also a student recording studio located in the School of Music.
  • Performance opportunities include three choirs and madrigal singers (Dr. John Hollins), Music Theater (Professor Gerald Dolter), three concert bands (Dr. Sarah McKoin), Athletic Bands (Professor Christopher Anderson), three jazz ensembles and various jazz combos (Professor Stephen Jones), Orchestra (Dr. Andrew George), New Music Ensemble (Dr. Peter Fischer), chamber ensembles, World Music Ensemble (Dr. Thomas Cimarusti), Ragtime Ensemble (Dr. Mark Morton), and the University Strings Orchestra (Dr. Andrew George).
  • Performance facilities include the Allen Theater (968 seats) and the Hemmle Recital Hall (541 seats)
  • Overall enrollment: 30,000
  • Typical undergraduate tuition: NA
  • Genres: Classical • Jazz



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