Degrees in Music Education & Music Therapy
MEMT Undergraduate Degree Options
- Bachelor of Music Education - Music Education - B.M.E. Degree Requirements
- Bachelor of Music - Music Therapy - B.M. Degree Requirements
The MTP-BM or MTPPS-BM plan is the current program for those students admitted January 2014 and after.
- Bachelor of Music Education - Music Therapy - B.M.E. Degree Requirements
The MT-BME plan is the current program for those students admitted prior to January 2014. Students do not have an option to move to the B.M. program solely for the purpose of the change in degree title. Students with the MT-BME or MTPS-BME degree plan dated August 2011 and before should view their program materials through the B.M.E. Degree Requirements link above.
Students new to KU in Fall 2013 (and all semesters thereafter) must follow the degree requirement check sheets posted here, which include the KU Core. Students who were admitted to their current degree at KU prior to Fall 2013, please continue to follow the requirements in place when you began. In some instances, students who began prior to Fall 2013 can elect to change to the new degree requirements that include the KU Core. Please contact Rita Riley in the School of Music Student Services Office, Room 450 Murphy Hall, if you have any questions.
Prospective undergraduate students can schedule a walking tour of KU as well as setting up an appointment to meet with a faculty member in your field of study through the KU Visitors Center ».
It is best to allow at least 10 business days' notice before you plan to visit, when requesting to meet with a faculty member. Students are encouraged to review program materials in their field of study on the degrees page of the MEMT website prior to their visit.
MEMT Graduate Degree Options
- Master of Music Education - Music Education- M.M.E. Degree Requirements
- Master of Music Education - Music Therapy - M.M.E. Degree Requirements
- Doctor of Philosophy - Ph.D. Degree Requirements
MEMT Graduate Program Options
Prospective graduate students can participate in the walking tour of KU as well as setting up an appointment to meet with a faculty member in your field of study. If you choose to schedule a walking tour be sure to state that you are a graduate prospective student wishing to take a tour so that you are not scheduled for the additional undergraduate informational sessions.
A one-hour walking tour of KU's Lawrence Campus can be arranged by contacting Jenny Hout, Visit Day Coordinator. A student ambassador will conduct the tour through our beautiful campus. The Vistor's Center also offers free parking in their parking lot and free rides on the Visitor Center bus for all prospective student visitors. Tours are only offered on select days and times on a space available basis, the free bus only runs on the days tours are given. To arrange for this walking tour and the free parking information contact Jenny via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 785-864-5135. If participating in the tour be sure to keep in mind the tour times/days when scheduling an appointment with a faculty member.
Appointments with faculty must be done directly through the individual faculty member. It is best to allow at least 10 business days' notice before you plan to visit, when requesting to meet with a faculty member.
If you are coming when tours are not available you may wish to park nearer to Murphy Hall for easy access to those you wish to visit. The Allen Fieldhouse Garage is located closest to our building. A toll is collected when using the garage 24 hours a day, Monday through Friday. Visitors must pay their toll in advance at the Pay Station in the lobby on level 3 of the garage (the same level you drive in on) before exiting. Additional information is available on the Parking Services website ».