MA in Music

MA in Music

Saturday, 30 June 2018, 5.00pm

The breadth of the MA in Music’s academic and applied components reflects a wide range of musical genres and scholarly perspectives. The course aims to stimulate musicological inquiry and to expand your knowledge of and engagement with music. While enrolled, you’ll have access to an up-to-date music technology studio, a suite of rehearsal spaces, a substantial collection of music titles and online databases, and DCU’s vibrant musical culture.

Why Do This Programme?
The MA in Music is a two-year part-time course delivered through lectures, workshops, concerts, tutorials and seminars. The taught modules include regular feedback, equipping you to undertake skill-based projects, develop academic writing and critical thinking, and carry out extended research or creative portfolio work.

The course is distinguished in that it:

– Builds on prior experience and knowledge by providing advanced level academic and applied music studies
– Stimulates learning through lecturers active as musicologists, composers and performers
– Offers up-to-date perspectives on historical and comparative aspects of music production and reception, including themes relating to music in Ireland
– Enhances career prospects in music production, arts management, media, education, research and other fields

Deadline for applications is 30 June 2018. For full details visit the link below.


MA in Music - Anna Bourke

Published on 11 April 2018

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