- MA, Sacred Music, Bob Jones University
- BS, Music Education, Bob Jones University
- Brass Ensemble (Ens 120)
- Euphonium Instruction for the Non-Major (Eu 211)
- Trombone Class (ME 216)
- Trombone Instruction for the Non-Major (Tbn 211, Tbn 251)
Paul Jantz serves at Bob Jones University as Director of Musical Activities and Associate Adjunct Professor of Trombone. His degrees from BJU include the M.A. in Sacred Music in 1976 and a B.S. in Music Education in 1974, both with a trombone principal. His post-graduate education has included private study with Ron Barron through Boston University, study with the Summit Brass at their two week Keystone Brass Institute, Richard Cox, Doug Elliott, and attendance at numerous conferences and clinics with world class musicians in the brass field.
Paul has over 40 years of teaching experience on trombone and in directing/coaching brass ensembles and has performed extensively over the years as a member of the Foundation Brass sextet and the GAMAC Chamber Orchestra. His work as Director of Musical Activities includes a wealth of experience with managing large festivals, summer music camps, and the fine arts calendar at BJU.
Outside of the classroom, Paul has been involved with church instrumental programs for over 40 years. A passion of his has also been to provide, through Jantz Music Publications (www.jantzmusic.com), an excellent resource of sacred instrumental sheet music to church and school musicians across the country.