Associate Degree

of Music

Awarded as part of the Bachelor of Music

   COURSE SUMMARY
   Qualification / Award MU04 Associate Degree of Music
   Length 2 years full-time / 4 years part-time
   Credit Points 96 credit points
   Delivery On Campus
   Available to Domestic (FEE-HELP available)/International
   ATAR N/A
   Course Accreditation TEQSA - CRICOS (075645J)
   Financial Information Course Fees Page
   AQF Level 6
   Key Dates Application Deadlines and other Key Course Dates
   

COURSE OVERVIEW


The Associate Degree of Music, nested within the Bachelor of Music, caters for students who wish to develop their technical, artistic and analytical skills without concentrating on high-level performance. The course aims to produce well-rounded musicians who can apply their skills in diverse areas, including community, regional, youth and church ensembles.

The course features private tuition with industry experts for voice and instrument studies and extensive performance and studio experience. Offering multiple performance genres, regular performance opportunities and a strong project emphasis, the Bachelor of Music is an industry-standard degree for aspiring musicians.

Classical
This course provides musicians with the high level training in performance, musicianship, ensemble work, musicality and breadth of musical knowledge required for a life in classical music. Students are exposed to a wide range of music across history as well as one-on-one tuition with exceptional tutors on their instrument.

Contemporary
This course prepares musicians for a career in the ever-changing world of contemporary music. Artistic, technical, practical and musicianship skills are honed to create a well-rounded musician prepared for the diverse work lives led by industry professionals.

Jazz
This course offers multiple experiences in improvisation, ensemble work, arrangement and performance designed to prepare students for the highly skilled world of jazz musicianship. Students are encouraged to partake in multiple performance opportunities and workshops to help them think on their feet and engage with the jazz ethos.   


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