Music: Music Performance MMus; Field: Applied Music and Health

Master of Music Program; Field: Applied Music and Health

Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Applicants are admitted under the General Regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants must also satisfy the Faculty of Music's additional admission requirements stated below.

  • Applicants to the MMus program must hold a Bachelor of Music degree in the area of specialization from the University of Toronto with an average standing of mid-B or better over the final two years or an equivalent program (Bachelor of Music or Bachelor of Arts in Music) and standing from another recognized university.

  • Selected applicants must pass an audition and interview.

  • Two letters of reference commenting on the applicant's music performance ability, academic ability, and professional promise.

Completion Requirements

  • Coursework. Students must complete 9.0 full-course equivalents (FCEs) as follows:

    • Year 1:

      • MUS4112Y Clinical Performance Practicum

      • MUS4165Y Applied Music for Clinical Practice

      • MUS4166Y Performance Project

      • MUS7406H Music Psychology

      • MUS7412H Elementary Improvisation Methods

      • MUS7415H Topics in Music and Health Care I

      • MUS7416H Topics in Music and Health Care II

      • 0.5 FCE: an approved counselling elective course

      • Note: students who have not previously completed MUS7400H Introduction to Music and Health Care (or an equivalent course) will be required to complete MUS7400H in Year 1 in addition to the program requirements listed above.

    • Year 2:

      • MUS4115Y Principles of Clinical Performance Pedagogy

      • MUS4188Y Public Capstone Presentation

      • MUS7110H Neurosciences of Music: Scientific Foundations, Clinical Translations

      • MUS7407H Clinical Research Practicum

      • MUS4188Y Public Capstone Presentation

    • 0.5 FCE: elective in Music or, with permission, outside of Music. MUS4120H Clinical Voice Pedagogy is recommended.

Mode of Delivery: In person
Program Length: 6 sessions full-time (typical registration sequence: FWS-FWS)
Time Limit: 3 years full-time