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The Bachelor of Music is designed to provide specialist training in Jazz and Popular Music, Music Studies or Performance.
The Diploma of Music is available by online study and supported through CQUni's Regional Conservatorium partnerships with Murray Conservatorium (Albury), Riverina Conservatorium (Wagga Wagga), Mitchell Conservatorium (Bathurst, Lachlan, Lithgow) and at our Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music (CQCM), at CQUni Mackay.
This program specialises in providing students with comprehensive, creatively focused music training in an online environment.
Our Bachelor of Creative Arts (Music) is increasingly recognised as one of the most innovative in Australia.
Who said creativity and commerce don't mix? Musicians usually have a good head for maths and numbers and logical thinking, so why not bring them together, with a double degree course in Commerce and Music.
Polish your talent for music theory and practice while exploring the arts humanities and social sciences.
In this course you will advance your music skills, engage with the historical, creative, technical and cultural aspects of music, broaden your perspectives on music in the world, and lay the foundations for a highly rewarding career sharing all of this with children and young people as they in turn engage with music.
Give the gift of music
Music in the secondary years is beneficial for the intellectual, emotional and social wellbeing of young people.
Though you may not think that music and science go together, there is a wonderful synergy between the passion for creating music and a love of scientific knowledge.
Light a musical spark
Music in the middle years provides a much-needed environment of acceptance, creativity and self-expression.
The entertainment industry creates unique legal and management challenges that require specialised knowledge.
This nationally-recognised qualification is the second year of a two-year vocational contemporary music program.
This nationally-recognised qualification is the second year of the vocational Production and Design program at WAAPA.
This nationally-recognised qualification reflects the role of performers working or aspiring to work in musical theatre and cabaret productions.
This nationally-recognised qualification is designed for musicians who wish to develop their skills in performance and widen their musical background.
Building on your expertise in performance, composition, ethnomusicology or musicology Music Honours is a prestigious program comprising a fourth year of coursework and research.
Combine education and music for a teaching career, explore other opportunities in educational settings, or create content for the creative industries.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Music at Edith Cowan University (ECU).
Provides music students with an introduction to research whilst focusing on advanced practical skills.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Popular Music (Honours) at Griffith University.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Music in Composition at Griffith University.
Find out about studying a Bachelor of Music (Honours) at Griffith University.