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certificate of musicology

Level 1&2 
 

Length
14 Weeks
1 Term Part Time
6 Levels available

 
Intakes
January 31st 2022,
May 30th 2022
September 19th 2022

September
Delivery
E-Learning
(LIVE Online)
Distance Learning

 
Entry
None
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Fees
$990 AUD per unit
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Certificates of Musicology offer 2 options focused on particular units based on our Music as a Culture discipline stream. 
Certificates cover the history of music and collaborative studies. 

certificate of musicology - level 1

Recognise and articulate some of the historical, social and cultural forces that have shaped select musics from around the world

 

Skills Developed 

1. Recognise and articulate some of the historical, social and cultural forces that have shaped select musics from around the world

2. Employ basic research and storytelling techniques to present your interpretation of a historical event

3. Synthesise and consolidate contemporary research

4. Undertake basic scholarly work using music-specific bibliographic tools

5. Demonstrate a capacity for independent critical thought

 Content
 

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Music as
a Culture

Explore past and present musical developments and interactions as you discover the history of music and how it applies today.

 

Includes: Musicology, Music History, Collaborative Music Studies 

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Music is influenced by the culture that it reflects and everything around it. It is also an influencer, and permeates every aspect of the world that we live in. We believe that every student needs to have a broad knowledge of the history of music and the music in society in order to inform their own performing, teaching and composing. They should finish with the tools to be able to explore any aspect of music that interests them or will inform their work as a musician, teacher, producer etc. 

structure
 

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mode of delivery
 

Students are required to attend live online (timetabled) lectures and participate in tutorials as well as undertake self study online (un-timetabled) via resources provided. You will also have readings, exercises and assignments to do as well as an End of Term test and/or recital.

 

Your lectures are all pre-recorded. This lets you go at your own pace and watch the lecture or parts of it again if you need to. You can feel secure while you study that the content you need is at your finger tips and you can reach out to your lecturers and our professionals for further advice.

Tutorials give you the opportunity for interaction and to ask questions. This is done through LIVE-Online classrooms, pre-recorded tutorials or other forums where you submit questions, recordings or your other work. You get feedback from staff and at times, from other students

entry & admissions
 

Prerequisites:

None
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Recognition of Prior Learning:

Keen to study the Bachelor of Music but not sure you're ready to get started just yet?

Our certificate short courses work hand in hand with our Bachelor of Music units! That means upon completion of your short course you can apply your studies to credit towards the degree if you want to continue to study with AGME. 

We can also assess this previous studies to determine the best level of study for you!

We also give recognition to a wide range of studies including Graded Public Exams e.g. AGME, IPVAEB, ABRSM, Trinity College London, vocational studies and other tertiary music studies.

Fill out our online application form to get started! 

Learn from the best
 

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paul watt
 

Professor of Musicology
 

Paul Watt is Professor of Musicology at the Australian Guild of Music. His research interests include musical, intellectual, literary, and religious history, biography, and street music. He is the author or editor of seven books including the widely acclaimed Ernest Newman: A Critical Biography (2017) and The Regulation and Reform of Music Criticism in Nineteenth-Century England (2018). He has published widely in journals such as Music & Letters, the Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle, and Yale Journal of Music & Religion. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the Royal Historical Society (UK)

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Dr Matthew field
 

Academic Dean
 

Matthew completed his Bachelor of Music in piano performance under Dr Mikhail Solovei. While studying his PhD through the University of Newcastle, he worked as a performer and educator. Matthew has previously worked at the Melba Conservatorium of Music, has run workshops in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia and the USA and has guest lectured in Singapore. He teaches the Musicianship units for all year levels

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megan Burlem
 

Unit Coordinator Music as Culture

 

Megan is a long-time presenter on ABC classic, most recently on ABC Jazz Mornings. She is also an active participant in Melbourne's music education scene - mentoring musicians and music educators, and guiding discussion around music

She has a Bachelor of Music (Hons), Bachelor of Arts, Master of Music (Performance), Master of Teaching (Secondary) &  Doctor of Philosophy (Musicology & Ethnomusicology)

International Students
 

Our completely online delivery method means that our students can study with us from anywhere in the world! 

Students will need to meet required standards (as assessed by AGME team) and the best part is that students instrumental tuition can be delivered in person in your home country or by LIVE-Online real-time teaching.

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study options for everyone
 

Looking for something else? Our Bachelor of Music is fully accredited and can be studied from anywhere in the world. Also see our wide range of pathway courses including our Foundation Diploma of Music, Diploma of Music and specialised Licentiate Courses. All our pathway study options can be used to apply for RPL for the Bachelor of Music and are online and flexible for students. 
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