A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) graduate with two music majors will have postgraduate options in music across all areas.
A less extensive range of postgraduate options are also available for students who complete a major in Music Studies.
The Master of Music will provide students with advanced study and research training in:
Through electives, the course also offers high-level study in complementary areas such as music language, historical studies, performance practice and music technology.
The Master of Music will provide advanced preparation for a variety of career pathways, such as professional performance, composing and arranging, academia, arts management and other media industries.
The Master of Teaching (Music) will provide students with the expertise and knowledge to operate as a multi-skilled and versatile professional music educator in areas including:
Offered in collaboration with the Graduate School of Education, the course will ensure students are prepared for entering the workforce, with a focus on relevant pedagogy and curriculum issues.
Graduates from this course will be qualified to teach classroom music at primary and secondary levels.
These courses are designed for performers, teachers or those with a suitable background in the music profession who require professional development in critical reflection as it relates to music performance, music pedagogy, music medicine, social anthropology and psychology. Practical skills are the focal point of all investigative work.
The graduate certificate articulates with the graduate diploma subject to the student achieving an average mark of 60 per cent. The graduate diploma in turn articulates with the master’s degree.