This course focuses on popular and contemporary music, including international perspectives. You’ll develop your music knowledge, technical fluency, and creativity. Through practice, cultural analysis and critical listening, you’ll discover an inspiring variety of musical styles.
Areas of study include:
song writing and arranging
popular music culture and history
You’ll have access to cutting-edge music technology and our commercial recording facilities at Kindred Studios. You’ll also gain practical experience through collaborative projects with students, industry professionals, and community organisations.
All students should be able to read music notation. If you’ve studied music performance, or worked as a musician, you may be eligible for advanced standing, and credits towards your degree.