• Total units 24 Units
  • Areas of interest Music
  • Minor code MUSC-MIN
  • Academic career Undergraduate

The Music minor gives students the opportunity to pursue studies in music. The key objective of the minor is to introduce students to university-level understanding of the cultural, historical, theoretical, and analytical situation of music across a variety ofcultures and historical periods.


Learning Outcomes

Students completing the Music minor will:

  • understand the languages, forms, materials, and techniques of a range ofmusics;
  • recognise and reflect critically on social, cultural and ethical issues, and apply local and, international perspectives to practice in music;
  • develop and evaluate musical, cultural, and artistic ideas, concepts and processes by thinking creatively, critically and reflectively, and throughengaging with scholarship and research; and
  • communicate ideas, problems and arguments to do with music and the arts.
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This minor requires the completion of 24 units, which must include:

A maximum of 12 units may come from completion of courses from the following list:

Code Title Units
MUSI1104 Turning Points in Music History 1: A Millennium of Metamorphoses (900-1900) 6
MUSI1105 Creative Musicianship 1 6
  MUSI 1106: Creative Musicianship 2
MUSI1109 Turning Points in Music History 2: A Century of Crisis and Change (1900-2013) 6

A minimum of 12 units must come from completion of courses from the following list:

Code Title Units
MUSI2203 Creative Musicianship 3 6
MUSI2204 Creative Musicianship 4 6
MUSI2209 Music Recording and Production Techniques 6
MUSI2211 Writing about Music 6
MUSI2212 Music and Spirituality 6
MUSI2213 Indigenous Music and Media 6
MUSI2217 A History of Jazz 6
  MUSI 2218: Music and Meaning
  MUSI 2219: The Music Teaching Studio
MUSI2220 Ensemble 1 6
MUSI2221 Ensemble 2 6
MUSI2222 Music in the Long 19th Century: From Classicism to Modernism 6
MUSI3309 Music and Digital Media 6
MUSI3310 Music and Globalisation 6
MUSI3312 Music Business, Management and Law 6
MUSI2215 A Critical History of Rock 6
MUSI3316 Historically Informed Performance in Theory and Practice 6
MUSI3317 Popular Music: In Culture and in Context 6
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