Worship Ministry Major – B.B.S. Degree

This degree is designed for persons who are preparing for ministry in the church focused in the area of worship leadership, while also being equipped for other general ministry roles. The major will provide students with some basic skills for planning and leading worship as well as basic skills for general ministry. Since this major involves significant coursework in theology and in music, students in this major will not also have a minor.

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Larry McGraw- HSU Associate Dean School of Theology

Dr. Larry R. McGraw

Associate Dean of the Logsdon School of Theology; Professor of Bible 325-670-1269

Majors

  • Worship Ministry (B.B.S.)

Minors

Why Study Worship Ministry at Logsdon?

night view of HSU ministry building

Who are we?

God is active in our world reconciling all things through Jesus Christ. Faculty and students at Logsdon School of Theology are on a journey to explore how we can participate in God’s transforming mission. We invite you to discover your potential and gifts with us. Logsdon programs provide opportunities to serve in 21st-century ministries while nurturing your faith and deepening your understanding of God and the Bible.

student holding Bible open

What are we doing?

Logsdon is rooted in the vision of HSU’s founder James B. Simmons, a Baptist pastor who fought to end slavery and to educate all students regardless of race, gender, or religion. Given this rich heritage, Logsdon values diversity, welcoming men and women from all backgrounds. Emerging from our Baptist heritage, we focus on the centrality of Scripture, service in and through the church, ethical living, and freedom of conscience.

HSU Master of Music student playing the guitar and singing on stage

Why study with us?

At Logsdon, we understand learning to be a collaborative effort. We lead students to engage the great questions of faith and equip them for a journey of discovering, “Who am I?,” “Who is God?,” and “Who is my neighbor?” Students at Logsdon are grounded in the traditions of Scripture and Christian theology and are prepared to be innovative ministers in a rapidly changing world. Out of their rich experience, both in academics and in the church, the first priority of Logsdon faculty is to teach and mentor the next generation of ministers.

Program Details

Hours
HSU Core Curriculum 55
Logsdon Foundation Courses 15
BIBL 1301/1302 The other Bible survey
BIBL 2331 Methods of Biblical Interpretation
THEO 2307 Introduction to Theology
CHST 2308 Introduction to Christian History
MNST 2306 Communication in Ministry
Worship Ministry Major (no Minor) 48
Upper-Level Courses Required of All Logsdon Majors (15 hrs)
3 hr course Elective in Bible
3 hr course Elective in Theology (THEO/CHST)
MNST 3311 Ministry Formations
MNST 3322 Internship
THEO 4346 Senior Seminar
Upper-Level Logsdon Ministry Courses – MNST/MISS (9 hrs)
Required Music courses (9 hrs)
MUTC 1331 Fundamentals of Music
MUHL 3343 Understanding Music
MUCM 4327 Survey of Worship Song
Elective courses in Music – MUTC/MUHL/MUPS/MUPC/MUSB/

MUSC/MUEI/MUEV (15 hrs) (Substitutions are possible)

Technical Competency & Electives 6
TOTAL 124

All HSU students are eligible for this program.

Our Worship Ministry degree is designed to prepare people to lead worship in the church, while also preparing them with basic skills to serve effectively in other ministry roles.