- Total units 24 Units
- Specialisation code MEM2-SPEC
- Academic career Postgraduate
Are you as passionate about research as you are about music?
The musicology, ethnomusicology, and music curatorship II specialisation of the Master of Music will develop your repertoire of research methodologies, and give you the opportunity to apply them to a research project.
Interdisciplinary coursework options allow you to focus on your particular areas of interest, such as languages, anthropology, Asian studies, Australian studies, museum studies, archiving, and Indigenous studies.
You can also take advantage of the University’s unique cultural and institutional connections by participating in a supervised professional placement.
The Master of Music with a specialisation in Musicology, Ethnomusicology, and Music Curatorship II will advance your career in research, academia, teaching, performing arts policy, musicology and curatorship, and in a range of roles in the traditional and emerging creative industries.
Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- pose complex research questions relating to musicology, ethnomusicology or music curatorship;
- investigate these questions creatively, critically, ethically, and independently in extended written form,
- place these investigations in the context of the relevant intellectual tradition;
- communicate their responses to these questions to both specialist and non-specialist audiences.
This specialisation requires the completion of 24 units, which must consist of:
24 units from completion of the following course(s):
|DART8067||New Media, Innovation and Research I||6|
|SOCR8001||Statistics for Social Scientists||6|
|SOCR8002||Survey Data Analysis||6|
|SOCR8003||Qualitative Research Analysis||6|
|DEMO 8061: Social Research Design|
|DEMO8082||Social Research Practice||6|
|SOCR8006||Online Research Methods||6|
|HIST6110||Approaches to History||6|
|HIST 8003: Digital History and Biography|
|HIST 8012: Oral History|
|HIST8101||The Craft of History: Approaches, Themes and Methods||6|
|HIST8104||Effective and Ethical Research Design||6|
|HUMN8001||Interdisciplinary Humanities Research: Methods, Theories and Skills||6|
|HUMN8009||Biography and Society||6|
|LING6509||Research Design in (Applied) Linguistics||6|
|MUSC8003||Museum, Collection, and Heritage Management||6|
|MUSC8006||Indigenous Collections and Exhibitions||6|
|MUSC8008||Museums, Art and Society in the Asia-Pacific||6|
|SOCY8101||Social Research Theory and Design||6|
|SOCY8102||Advanced Social Research Methods||6|
|VISC8003||Masterclasses in Ethnographic Film||6|
|VISC8009||Thinking with a Video Camera (Intensive)||6|