The Graduate Program of the School of Music seeks to develop professional competence and productive scholarship in its students. The program of study is designed to lead to a broad acquaintances with historical and contemporary states of learning and prepare students to make contributions to the advancement of their respective fields. The spectrum of course work in each degree helps to ensure that there is a fusion of musical and intellectual skills in students who understand the cultural and academic background of music.
Each 30-hour program follows the traditional semester format with classes scheduled to meet the needs of both full-time and part-time students. Summer courses are also available.
Each degree requires a culminating project: a portfolio (MM Music Education), a thesis or a recital.
The Master of Music in Music Education degree leads to Rank II certification for those in possession of a valid Kentucky teaching license.
Campbellsville University is the only private Kentucky college to offer a Master of Music in Church Music.