Program Overview

The Bachelor of Arts in Music is designed for students wishing to pursue a career in music and/or further their education through graduate studies in music. The program was designed in 2011 to offer students a well-rounded education with coursework in music theory, music history, and music performance. Two tracks exist within the degree: general music and church music. Both tracks require audition for admission. The degrees require 129-132 credit hours for completion, which can be finished in four years.

Most of the music classes take place in the beautiful Gault Fine Arts Center in the center of the Martin Methodist College Campus. This building houses a 125-seat recital hall, classroom space, choral rehearsal room, practice rooms, a computer lab, faculty offices, and an art gallery. In addition, in 2009, the college received 12 Steinway pianos, including a 9’ Steinway Model D grand piano in the recital hall, making it one of only 160 All Steinway Institutions.

Music at Martin

Whether you decide to come to Martin Methodist College for your degree in music, nursing, business, religious studies, or any of our other degree programs, make music part of your college experience.

The MMC Concert Choir is a mixed, SATB choral ensemble, devoted to the study of music within historical choral repertoires. The ensemble represents Martin Methodist in annual concerts and tours, as well as performances at churches and civic functions.

MMC’s Chamber Choir is a select, auditioned mixed SATB choral ensemble extending its repertoire into more difficult and challenging music for vocal ensembles.

Richland Creek is an instrumental ensemble specializing in bluegrass and folk music. The group performs as an outreach of the college throughout the middle Tennessee region.

What you do during your time at Martin makes your college career unique.

Participate in an experience where each person contributes in their own way and the whole ensemble benefits from every member’s presence. 

Scholarships Opportunities

Music scholarships are available for students majoring in music as well as minors and non-majors. These grants are linked to participation in ensembles and amounts awarded are based on musical needs within the music department.


Auditions for music scholarships and for acceptance into the music department are scheduled independently for each student. For audition arrangements, please contact Dr. Jennifer Adam at

At this time, we are accepting music majors and minors in the areas of voice and piano.

Contact Information

For more information about Music at Martin, please contact:

DR. JENNIFER ADAM - Director of Choirs
433 W. Madison St., Pulaski, TN 38478

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Bachelor of Arts in Music with Emphasis in General Music

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Bachelor of Arts in Music with Emphasis in Church Music

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Music Minor

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Martin Methodist College

433 West Madison St.
Pulaski, TN 38478

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