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Explore PCC’s undergraduate and graduate degrees, with 59 possibilities that will inspire, challenge, and prepare you for your calling.
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The performing arts department provides opportunities for students to learn how to communicate effectively through music and dramatic performance. Practical, biblically integrated programs prepare students for both graduate school and job opportunities in Christian organizations and secular businesses. Speech training enhances any area of study by developing responsible oral communication skills and increasing one’s overall possibility of success. Therefore, all students take at least one semester of speech.
Dean of Visual and Performing Arts
Chair of Performing Arts Department
Tons of performance opportunities. Private instruction and personal mentoring. Classes that take your abilities and knowledge to a level you didn’t know was possible.
In PCC’s performing arts department, you’ll grow in your craft, and you’ll have the time of your life learning alongside other talented students who share your passion.
And when you finish? You’ll be ready for the ministry or career you dream of: inspiring and delighting your audience, training others, or working behind the scenes.
The Division of Visual and Performing Arts comprises the visual arts and performing arts departments of Pensacola Christian College, both of which offer undergraduate and graduate degrees.
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Alumni Graduated Debt-Free
In SP 308, students cast and produce a successful dramatic production that entertains theatre-loving audiences of PCC.
Students, faculty, and guests came together to enjoy a colorful and comedic performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s British satire, The Mikado.
Martin Palacios (Music—Instrumental ’11) lives his passion as a music teacher and freelance musician. PCC’s undergrad and graduate programs prepared him to be well-rounded and proficient to teach others to express their creativity with excellence.