Baylor University offers the joint degree Master of Divinity/Master of Music (M.Div./M.M.) through George W. Truett Theological Seminary and the School of Music. This program in church music provides advanced theological education and graduate education in music for ministers in the field of music.
Students seeking admission to the joint degree program are required to fulfill admission requirements for George W. Truett Theological Seminary and the Baylor University Graduate School. Students must apply and be admitted to each of the programs. Upon commencing Seminary studies, the student may enroll in both programs.
Prospective students will declare their intent to enroll in the joint degree with both George W. Truett Theological Seminary and the Baylor University School of Music. Students will be required to make formal application to each academic unit.
Since both degrees are awarded simultaneously, all requirements in both schools must be completed in order to receive either degree.
|I. Theological Education Core Courses||60 hours|
|II. Music Concentration Courses||10 hours|
|Select one course from the following:
|III. Theology, Missions, Leadership or Pastoral Studies Elective||7 hours|
|IV. Master of Music Courses
|V. Covenant Group - four semesters|
|VI. Satisfactory completion of 200 Lifelong Learning Units.|
|Total Master of Divinity Hours||93 hours|
|VII. Ten hours of Master of Divinity credits are accepted toward the Master of Music degree upon the successful completion of the Master of Divinity degree.|
|VIII. The Master of Music degree requires an additional 15 hours of Music school courses.|
|IX. Satisfactory academic progress|
|Total Degree requirements||108 hours|
More information about the M.Div./M.M. is available at the Baylor School of Music website or contact:
Dr. David Music
Director of Graduate Studies, School of Music