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Music

Honours

Admission to honours in Music is granted to students who have completed a music major with an average of 70 percent, plus 12 special entry credit points as follows: MUSC3609 Musicology and either MUSC2631 Music and Everyday Life or 6 credit points in SCM Harmony and Analysis and/or Aural skills.

Studying music offers knowledge and skills for a variety of careers including writing music for the concert hall or theatre and film and other media as well; performing as an ensemble player, accompanist or soloist; writing about music as a journalist or critic; working in the recording or media industry; teaching music in schools; studio teaching; and arts administration, cultural planning and festival and venue management.

Units of study in honours

The course information on this website applies only to future students. Current students should refer to faculty handbooks for current or past course information.

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