- A music degree with an overall GPA of 65% or above.
The Bachelor of Music features a common first-year experience that focuses on developing music performance and applied music skills, and includes historical, contextual, theoretical and aural studies.
In second year, your focus can remain heavily performance-based or shift to areas such as composition, musicology or ethnomusicology, while retaining flexibility for you to move between majors and keeping your graduate study options open.
Third year includes a capstone subject in your chosen major as well as elective options that allow you to tailor your final year to your interests and future study and career goals. You have opportunities to spend a semester studying abroad, or to take a semester-long work placement that will give you practical experience and networking opportunities.