​​​​TERTIARY SERIES

Online Assessment (via Jury)​


The series is divided into:​

     
 1. 'graduate' levels

       2. 'post graduate' levels


Subjects:


  • Performance 
  • Conducting 
  • Pedagogical Science (Teaching)
  • Music Therapy & Expressive Arts Therapies
  • Musicology 

Notes: 


​All candidates completing any of these levels are eligible to apply for CPM registration.
​Candidates may also access the GAIN Leadership Program.


CONDUCTING

- Undergraduate and Graduate levels


  • 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 / Expressive Arts Therapies (EAT)

- Undergraduate and Graduate levels

  • 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, and gain sensory-motor skills, that promote relaxation.

  • Candidates enter at the L.Mus. level; pre-requisite the A.Mus. in performance. 
  • Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above. 
  •  Any style or genre may be applied to this Series.   


MUSICOLOGY

- Undergraduate and Graduate levels

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 L.Mus. level; pre-requisite the A.Mus. in performance.
  • Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above.  


PEDAGOGICAL SCIENCE (TEACHING) 

- Undergraduate and Graduate levels


  • Candidates enter at the L.Mus level; pre-requisite the A.Mus. in performance.
  • 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. 
  • Higher qualifications require candidates to demonstrate significant advancements to the above.  
  •  Any style or genre may be applied to this Series. 


​​ AWARDS

1. 'graduate' levels


  • Associate in Music -  AMus. (Violin, Harp) for example.
  • Pre-requisite: Nil (adults only)

Note: Candidates completing the Secondary Honours Series can enter for the A.Mus. at any age.

Licentiate in Music - LMus. (Piano, Music Therapy, Conducting) for example.

Pre-requisite: (AMus.) 


  • Requirement: 15 high-level works


Master of Music - MMus. (e.g., Performance, Performance Teaching, Musicology). 

Pre-requisite: (LMus.) 


  • Requirement: 20 high-level works


​​GRADUATION AWARDS 

2. 'post graduate' levels

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 (DSFMII) - in any of the above disciplines 
Distinguished Senior Fellow - Masters International Institute 


Pre-requisite: (SFMII) 









Tertiary Series

Pre - professional