Acadia University, Australia, Wolfville
- Music, Bachelor
- On Campus
- Duration : 4 years
The Bachelor of Music program prepares students for a wide variety of professional careers in music, and for post-graduate study in a chosen area of specialization.
Career options for arts and humanities graduates: jobs you can do with a degree in arts and culture, languages, English, Irish, classics, philosophy, theology, performing arts etc.
If you are graduating with a degree in arts or humanities, it's likely that you chose your subject for its own sake rather than as a means to an end or with a view to going into a particular career.
Apart from teaching, there are very few career areas directly related to humanities graduates who wish to use their subject. That does not mean, though, that your career is not relevant to your job search.
The required core component of the program provides students with a solid foundation in musicology, theory, musicianship and applied study. Through their selection of music option courses, students may focus on one or more of the main areas of study: musicology, ethnomusicology, theory, composition, education, or applied study (performance). Although the majority of the core courses fall into the first two years of the program, students may start to focus their music option choices on a special area as early as their first year of study. Students are strongly encouraged to seek academic advising to assist them in planning a program of study that best suits their strengths and needs. Students who meet higher standards of performing ability, including those entering their first year, may audition in September for acceptance into the "double credit" Applied Study (performance). In addition to their private lessons, students in these courses perform a public recital at the end of the year, and receive 12 units instead of the 6 units associated with other Applied Study courses. I want to find another Bachelor Course This flexible program consists of: Core required music courses including musicology, theory, musicianship, applied study (individual lessons) and ensembles Music option courses. Through their individual selection of courses students can choose to focus on one or more areas in music including musicology, ethnomusicology, theory, composition, education, or applied study (performance) without having to commit to a declared "major" Non-music elective courses in any subject within Arts and Science Students must audition to be accepted into the B.Mus. program, as well as meeting Queen's admissions requirements. Entrance requirements include playing or singing at a RCM Grade 8/9 level, theoretical knowledge equivalent to Grade 8 Theory (Advanced Rudiments), and the ability to aurally identify intervals and chord types. B.Mus. students may not take a minor in another subject.
Programme Structure Courses include: Theatre in the TV Age Studying World Musics Public Presentations Digital Audio Recording & Editing Western Music: Napoleon to 9/11 Listening to Revolutions Introduction to Music Fundamentals Introduction to the Study of Drama Social History of Popular Music
Academic Entry Requirement
Academic Requirements Audition requirements include:Performance audition - A minimum intermediate/advanced level of performance on a primary instrument or voice is required. This is comparable to Grade 8 Conservatory. Piano auditions require Grade 9 Conservatory repertoire.Theory/aural skills test - Advanced Rudiments level theory. This is comparable to RCM Grade 8 Theory. Interview with faculty member This allows the student to ask any questions about the program and also gives us the opportunity to get to know the applicants on a personal basis.A non-refundable audition fee of $55.00 must be submitted to Queen's Music, and the PSE (for ConEd) must be completed online by February 15, 2018.
English Entry Requirement