Master of Music with Emphasis in Church Music

Webster University in St. Louis accepts twelve graduate credits in theology from Aquinas Institute towards its Master of Music with Emphasis in Church Music, a degree fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. Students must seek admission to both Webster University and Aquinas Institute. The following twelve graduate credits can be accepted as transfer credits from Aquinas Institute toward the Webster MM in Church Music:

Course Title Credit Hours
Theology of Worship 3
Christian Initiation 3
Eucharist 3
Christian Year/Christian Prayer, or History of Worship 3

Degree Program Outcomes for the Master of Music with Emphasis in Church Music

Scholarships are Available

Dedicated scholarship funds for the Master of Music program are available from Aquinas Institute to help with the costs associated with the theological formation credits. For information contact the Admissions Office.

How Do I Apply for the Master of Music Program?

Students interested in the Master of Music program need first to be accepted to the MM degree program at Webster Univeristy, then need to apply as a non-degree-seeking student at Aquinas Institute. For more information, contact Aquinas Institute's Admissions Office.