The MMus is designed to appeal to musicians from a variety of backgrounds, particularly those with strengths in one of five main areas: Performance (classical, Irish traditional, jazz, rock or popular styles), or Musicology (including the study of popular music and film music), or Composition (including including the combination of acoustic and electronic sources, and mixed media), or Technology (including electroacoustic composition and mixed media digital arts), or Music in the Community.
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- Description -
The course aims to meet the needs of those who wish to refresh or develop their professional expertise and/or to prepare for study at PhD level.
In addition, there are opportunities for students to conduct their own self-directed projects, get a grounding in business skills appropriate to the subject, and/or undertake work outside the university as part of a well established placement module.
The Major Project module allows students to undertake a sustained period of reflective study in a topic related to their chosen specialism.
- Teaching and learning assessment -
A number of formats for teaching and learning will be offered including lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops.
The performance of candidates shall be assessed by the Board of Examiners in accordance with the Regulations Governing Examinations in Programmes of Study.
Candidates shall be assessed in the modules for which they have enrolled in each year of study. At the discretion of the Board of Examiners candidates may be required to attend a viva voce examination.
Within each module candidates shall be assessed by 100% coursework.
The pass mark for the module shall be 50%.
- Work placement / study abroad -
An module in Placement is available as an option.
- Further academic or practical study
- Freelance creative work
- Community-based education and/or creative work
- Technical positions in the music industry
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