Master of Church Music program

Pursue a Master's in Church Music from Concordia

Master's in Church Music

Make a joyful noise

Behind every jubilant congregation is someone guiding the worship and offering up their musical talents in service to Him. Concordia University Wisconsin's Master of Church Music program encourages you to strengthen your theological knowledge and grow as a church musician so that you can better guide and enhance others' worship. Through this program, you'll be able to choose from two areas of emphasis: organ and choral.


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Program highlights

  • This program can be completed in evening classes during the fall and spring semester or in concentrated summer sessions on a three-year rotating basis.
  • Courses emphasize liturgical church music practices, musical forms, and the song of the church.
  • Concordia's organs include a 63-rank Steiner Reck organ.

  • This Church Music program draws in students throughout the USA and beyond due to internationally recognized faculty and the opportunity for students to complete the program in concentrated summer blocks.
  • Capstone project of recital, service, or concert in organ or choral.
  • Applied lessons are offered in voice and organ.

Quick Facts





  • Musician
  • Music Director
  • Music Therapist

Adult Learner Scholarships

If you are an employee at one of our Preferred Education Partner schools or districts, or an employee at a Christian school or organization, you may qualify for this scholarship. Scholarship dollar amounts are examples based on three-credit courses - actual amount per credit may vary.

  • $150-200 toward adult accelerated undergraduate courses
  • $450-500 toward eligible graduate courses