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MUSC 899 Thesis

MUSC 899.  Thesis.  1-6 Credits.     

May be repeated for credit.

Master of Music in Musicology

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/mm/mm-musicology/

Master of Music in Musicology Degree Program The Master of Music (M.M.) degree in musicology requires a minimum of 30 credits and is designed to further the student’s knowledge and indepth exploration of musicology (music history) at the post-baccalaureate level.

Master of Music in Music Performance: Organ, Church Music, and Carillon

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/mm/mm-organ-church-music-carillon/

Master of Music in Performance Degree Programs M.M. degree programs in music performance: Bassoon Carillon Cello Church music Clarinet Collaborative Piano Double bass Euphonium Flute French horn Harp Oboe Opera performance Organ Percussion Piano Saxophone Trumpet Trombone Tuba Viola Violin Voice

Master of Music in Conducting

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/mm/mm-conducting/

Master of Music in Conducting Degree Programs The KU School of Music offers M.M. degree programs in the following areas: Choral conducting; Orchestral conducting; and Wind conducting.

Music Education M.M.E. Program

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/mme/mme-music-education/

The division’s graduate programs include advanced professional and scholarly study for music educators and music therapists, licensure/certification programs for those with baccalaureate degrees in other fields who plan to enter the music education or music therapy professions (these initial licensure/certification programs typically also require collateral undergraduate study), and advanced study for individuals in related disciplines. Areas of emphasis, curricula, examinations, and regulations and procedures are described in the MEMT Master's Handbook available in the division office and online .

Music Therapy M.M.E. Program

http://catalog.ku.edu/music/mme/mme-music-therapy/

Master of Music Education With a Major in Music Therapy The division’s graduate programs include advanced professional and scholarly study for music educators and music therapists, licensure/certification programs for those with baccalaureate degrees in other fields who plan to enter the music education or music therapy professions (these initial licensure/certification programs typically also require collateral undergraduate study), and advanced study for individuals in related disciplines. Areas of emphasis, curricula, examinations, and regulations and procedures are described in the MEMT Master's Graduate Handbook available in the division office and online .