Is music/arts for you?
A combined degree offers greater breadth of learning, enhancing the academic and professional qualities gained in each separate degree. At the same time, it recognises the increasing need for students to graduate with multidisciplinary skills. In this degree, you can study in the area of music as well as arts and complete two qualifications over four years of full-time study.
The flexibility of this combined degree allows you to pursue areas that present the best challenges, the most interest and the greatest enjoyment while studying. You will have the opportunity to acquire the skills of analysis, research and logic: the skills which form the basis for any successful career as well as acquiring specialised skills in music and preparing students for performance to a professional standard.
Qualified in this combined degree, you can look for a career as a:
- freelance musician
- professional orchestra player
- music producer in recording or mixing
- musical director
- community or private music teacher
- university lecturer.
Just to name a few.
The arts side of your qualification can offer careers in business, government, management and administration, public relations, human resource management, marketing and teaching, depending on your majors.
Learn more about the Bachelor of Music
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