​​​​​Masters International Institute 

TERTIARY SERIES


  • Online Assessment (via Jury)
  • The series is divided into:


       1. 'undergraduate' series

       2. 'graduate' series


​Subjects:


  • Performance 
  • Conducting 
  • Pedagogical Science
  • Music Therapy 
  • Musicology 


Notes: 


All candidates completing any of these levels are eligible to apply for CPM registration.


​Candidates may also access the GAIN Leadership Program.


Requirements:


PERFORMANCE 


Candidates are required to perform high-level works for their major study (instrument or voice). 


Candidates may also include a high-level performance on a minor study or historical instrument.


Candidates may also perform their own compositions or arrangements. 


Each level requires an additional 5 works after the AMus requirement.

E.g. LMus - 15 works, MMus - 20 works, FMII - 25 works, and so on.

Any style or genre may be applied to this Series. 


CONDUCTING


Candidates may conduct as Choral Directors, Orchestra or Band Conductors, or any mix if desired. 


Candidates may also conduct their own compositions or arrangements.  


A reasonable level of orchestra, band, or choir is required. 


Candidates need to demonstrate high-level direction and high-level rehearsal techniques.

 

Candidates enter at the LMus level; pre-requisite the AMus. in performance


Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above.  


Any style or genre may be applied to this Series.


MUSIC THERAPY/EAT


Candidates applying for Music Therapy/EAT accreditation need to hold complementary qualifications in Counselling.


Candidates need to show the development of an appropriate repertoire for various situations.


Demonstrate and discuss a program that seeks to improve a person's health, functioning, and well-being via a therapeutic setting utilizing music interventions as the primary tool via video presentation. 


E.g., increasing social skills, interaction, and communication (verbal and non-verbal), whilst seeking to develop cognitive awareness, gain sensory-motor skills, and that promote relaxation.


Candidates enter at the LMus level; pre-requisite the AMus. in performance. 


Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above.  


 Any style or genre may be applied to this Series.   


MUSICOLOGY


Includes but is not limited to works in Historical musicology, Jazz, Cultural Musicology, Popular Music, Theory, Composition, Music Psychology, Performance Practice, etc.​


Candidates are required to submit a discussion paper plus a video presentation of various aspects of the research.


Candidates enter at the LMus level; pre-requisite the AMus. in performance.


Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above.  


PEDAGOGICAL SCIENCE (TEACHING)


This area may cover any music discipline. 


Show the development of a working Teaching Syllabus at each level.


Show the development of a Teaching Methodology at each level.


Demonstrate practice-specific approaches (video) at each level. 


Candidates enter at the LMus level; pre-requisite the AMus. in performance.


Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above.  


 Any style or genre may be applied to this Series. 



​​ AWARDS

1. 'undergraduate' series

Associate in Music - Performance (AMus.) 

Pre-requisite: Nil (adults only)

Candidates completing the Secondary Honours Series can enter for the AMus. at any age.


Requirements: 

10 high-level works   

Licentiate in Music (LMus.) - in any of the above disciplines

Pre-requisite: (AMus.) 


Master of Music (MMus.) - in any of the above disciplines

Pre-requisite: (LMus.) 



​​AWARDS 

2. 'graduate' series


Fellowship (FMII) - in any of the above disciplines

Fellow -

Masters International Institute 
Pre-requisite: (MMus.) 


Senior Fellowship (SFMII) - in any of the above disciplines

Senior Fellow - 

Masters International Institute 

Pre-requisite: (FMII) 


​Distinguished Senior Fellowship - in any of the above disciplines 

(DSFMII) -

Distinguished Senior Fellow -

Masters International Institute 
Pre-requisite: (SFMII) 


Primary Series
Secondary Series
Professional Series

Director Series

GAIN Leadership Program

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