Bachelor of Music
The Bachelor of Music is offered in four areas of specialisation: Performance (including Jazz Studies), Composition, Music Education and Musicology. You will nominate your specialisation on entry but may apply to change at the end of the first year provided you meet the prerequisites for the new specialisation.
As a Bachelor of Music candidate, you will develop as a professional musician through the acquisition of an integrated body of knowledge, skills and attitudes. Within your specialisation, you will nominate an area of principal study. While you are required to reach levels of excellence in your principal study demanded by the music profession, you will be prepared for a diverse range of graduate opportunities, including careers as a performing soloist, chamber musician and orchestral/ensemble player, as well as music educator, creator, researcher or writer.