Master of Music (MM) in Carillon


The Master of Music (MM) degree in Carillon requires a minimum of 31 credit hours of graduate-level coursework, distributed into the categories listed below. Selections must be approved by your master's committee.

Contacts:

A list of all course offerings can be found on the Schedule of Classes.

Master of Music (MM): Carillon Program Guide

Prerequisites

Must be cleared in accordance with school and area policies

Music History

CheckCourse
 Medieval : Exam / MUSC 474
 Renaissance : Exam / MUSC 475
 Baroque : Exam / MUSC 476
 Classical : Exam / MUSC 477
 Romantic : Exam / MUSC 478
 20th Century : Exam / MUSC 479

Music Theory

CheckCourse
 Harmony : Exam / MTHC 400
 Aural Skills : Exam / MTHC 402
 Form : Exam / MTHC 404
 20th Century : Exam / MTHC 406

Music Core

Research Skills (3 hours)

CourseHrsTermGrade
MUSC 8013  
Waiver or equivalent course accepted with approval

Musicology and Theory (9 hours)

At least 1 course from each area

CourseHrsTermGrade
MUSC   
MTHC   
    

Major Area

Studio Lessons (12 hours)

CourseHrsTermGrade
 CARI  811   
 CARI  811   
 CARI  811   
 CARI  811   

Studio Class in Carillon (0 credit hours)

CARI 820; each semester in residence

TermGradeTermGrade
    
    

History of Carillon Literature (3 hours)

CourseHrsTermGrade
CARI 8043  

Master's Recital (1 hour)

CourseHrsTermGrade
                        899   

Electives (3 hours)

CourseHrsTermGrade
    
    
    

University-Level Exams

Exam Authorization forms should be submitted at least 2 weeks in advance of the exam date

ExamDateResult
Final Oral Exam  

Graduate Advisory Committee

Minimum of 3 faculty members for master's committee

Committee MemberPosition
 Chair 
 Organ/Church Music
 MUSC / MTHC
 Optional

Graduation Requirements

CompletedCourse Requirements
 31 Total Graduate Credit Hours
 3.0 Cumulative Graduate GPA
 Applied for Graduation in Enroll & Pay
 Complete Exam Authorization Form (.pdf) (at least two weeks prior to exam date)
 Verify all recital programs are on file at musicgrad@ku.edu