Honours in Music
Honours is a one year qualification taken after an undergraduate degree and involves further study in a particular discipline area.
Honours is a great way to investigate a subject area of interest in greater detail. It is recognised as a prestigious qualification that further develops research, writing and organisational skills. It also demonstrates your ability to undertake high-level study. Entry into Honours is selective and the work at this level is challenging.
Conservatorium students wishing to commence Honours directly after their Bachelor of Music are not required to undertake an audition/interview – entry into the program will be based on the overall GPA and the final level 3 exam results (where applicable).
Students can undertake the Bachelor of Music Honours in one of the following areas:
- Classical Voice
- Music Composition
- Music Education and Pedagogy
- Music Performance – Classical
- Music Performance – Jazz
- Popular Music and Creative Technologies
- Sonic Arts