Bachelor of Music (Music Education)

University of Sydney

Student rating (4.07) from 106 reviews
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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Sydney
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Music (Music Education) will develop your teaching skills through studies in education, music education, choral and instrumental pedagogy and music technology.

You choose a study focus in performance, composition or musicology and specific music education and pedagogical training. In addition to your studies in music teaching methods, music history and analysis, performance and compositional skills, you will attain information and communication technology competencies and develop an understanding of children with special educational needs.
Majors

Brass (Major)
Composition (Major)
Historical Performance (Major)
Jazz Performance (Major)
Musicology (Major)
Percussion (Major)
Piano (Major)
Strings...

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Careers

Artist agent
arts administrator
audio engineer
chamber/orchestral musician
composer
concert manager
concert soloist
conductor
contemporary...

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Additional Information

All students at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music participate in masterclasses with visiting artists, public recitals and performances in world cl...

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