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The Department of Music's three Honours programs provide students the opportunity to develop their performance skills, while deepening their awareness and understanding of music history and literature, theory and analysis, and related topics.
Instruction is available in voice, all standard orchestral instruments, saxophone, classical guitar, piano, and organ. Studies in conducting, and orchestration, participation in ensembles, plus elective courses, contribute to the study of music as an intellectual discipline and creative and performing art.
Five programs of study are offered:
Our four-year Honours Bachelor of Music program will provide you with a comprehensive background in all aspects of music theory, history and performance. The program is designed to prepare you to enter the work force as a professional musician or to pursue graduate studies in such fields as musicology, composition, music theory, music librarianship, conducting and performance.
The Honours Bachelor of Arts (Music) program, while offering a wide range of courses in music, also allows you to take a number of non-music electives. If you are interested in pursuing a career in music education, this program has been designed especially for you. Upon completion of your HBA, you may further prepare yourself for this goal by pursuing the one-year consecutive Bachelor of Education degree.
Our six-year Concurrent Honours Bachelor of Arts (Music)/Bachelor of Education program offers a wide range of music courses as well as non-music electives. This program enables you to obtain a teaching certificate with a music credentials in the Primary/Junior level or in the Intermediate/Senior level. Field placements are optional at the third year level.
The Minor in Music program is available to students who have a keen interest in music but have other career goals. It consists of 4 FCEs balanced between Music History, Music Theory, Performance and music electives.
The Artist Certificate Program in Performance and Pedagogy is a non-degree program designed for select post-baccalaureate musicians and music teachers who wish to pursue advanced career opportunities in music performance and music education.
Students in the certificate program will have the opportunity to deepen their artistry and broaden their musical perspective beyond the typical academic requirements of an undergraduate music degree program.
This program is reserved for advanced performers who have completed an undergraduate degree, post-secondary conservatory diploma, or a foreign equivalent in music, and are seeking an intensive, one-year immersion in piano performance and pedagogy.
Join the Vocal Ensemble, earn 0.5 Elective credit
Join the Wind Ensemble, earn 0.5 Elective credit
Join the Jazz Ensemble, earn 0.5 Elective credit
Music lessons for 0.5 Elective credit
Performance: Secondary I
Lessons 1/2 hour, practice time as required
Co-requisite: Music 1310
Individual instruction. Open to non-Music majors with or without a musical background. A prepared jury is required at the end of the year.
Rudiments of Music 1310 is a co-requisite. This requirement may be waived if the student successfully completes a challenge exam, to be administered periodically throughout the year. Consult the Department for further information.
|MUSI 1410 - Violin||MUSI 1412 - Cello|
|MUSI 1414 - Viola||MUSI 1416 - Bass (includes Bass guitar)|
|MUSI 1418 - Classical Guitar||MUSI 1510 - Clarinet|
|MUSI 1512 - Oboe||MUSI 1514 - Bassoon|
|MUSI 1516 - Flute||MUSI MUSI 1518 - Saxophone|
|MUSI 1610 - Trumpet||MUSI 1612 - French Horn|
|MUSI 1614 - Trombone||MUSI 1616 - Tuba/Euphonium|
|MUSI 1618 - Percussion (not available for drum kit)||MUSI 1710 - Piano|
|MUSI 1714 - Voice|