Doctor of Musical Arts
The DMA is aimed at those wishing to undertake advanced research in music composition or performance. It involves scholarly research, in the form of a supervised research thesis, and performance practice (such as a public music performance or the presentation of compositions).
Students make a significant contribution both intellectually and in practice to the interpretative and/or technical practice of musical performance, or of musical composition.
If English is your additional language, you are also required to meet UC's English language requirements.
The degree involves a combination of written and practical work (in composition or performance). For information on requirements for each of these disciplines, see the Regulations for the Doctor of Musical Arts.
The DMA takes between 3 years of full-time study or 6 years part-time. Participants can start at the beginning of any month.
See Tuition Fee Structure for more information
|2020||360||Tuition fee displayed is an annual estimate based on 120 points||$7,683 per 120 points|
|2021||360||Tuition fee displayed is an annual estimate based on 120 points||$7,767 per 120 points|
|2020||360||Tuition fee is an annual cost based on 120 points||$35,800|
|2021||360||Tuition fee is an annual cost based on 120 points||$36,500|
For full requirements, see the Regulations for the Doctor of Musical Arts.
For study planning help, contact Te Kura Puoro | School of Music or the College of Arts:
Te Rāngai Toi Tangata | College of Arts
Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800