Music is an integral part of contemporary culture globally. This major investigates histories and contents of music-making, locally and internationally
Topics include popular music, musical philosophy, musics of the world, musical heritage of the western world, and music in the community.
Studying music will position you well for many vocations. The breadth of understanding you will gain through the degree will provide you with a wide array of skills necessary as a music teacher in schools, music researcher and journalist, festival organiser, arts administrator, and music leader in the community.
Find out more about what you can do with a degree in Music.
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