Tarrant County College provides a wide range of music courses for students to choose from, including voice, piano, guitar, listening training, musical composition, musical reading, music appreciation and musical literature. The School of Music and Ecclesiastical Worship offers an excellent and comprehensive musical education within a Christian context. Students receive a strong biblical foundation on the role of music in worship, a practical guide to ministry, and professional preparation in music. A unique feature of Southwestern music degrees is the combination of in-depth theological studies with training for musical excellence.
In addition to solo recitals and master classes, the School of Music and Ecclesiastical Worship offers various ensembles for students to gain experience in their areas of performance and to become familiar with a wide range of repertoire. From masterpieces of oratory literature to the latest in worship music for the church, students can explore different styles and genres. At Southwestern Seminary's School of Music and Ecclesiastical Worship, students can develop their skills as a musical artist in a fully accredited NASM school, receive a theological education from a seminary, and learn how to minister in the local church and around the world. The artistic theologian is a ministry of the School of Music and Ecclesiastical Worship of the Southwest Seminary that provides resources to equip churches for worship that is faithful to the Bible, musically excellent and focused on ministry.
The “local band” from Texas Baptist College leads worship in chapels, special university events and concerts at the Church's School of Music and Worship. The Southwestern “house band” also leads worship in chapels, special events and concerts at the Church's School of Music and Worship.