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The Bachelor of Contemporary Music offers an industry-focused programme designed to prepare students for a professional career in contemporary music.
Students learn a variety of practical skills including performance, composition, arranging, songwriting, as well as learning industry standard recording and production software.
Students are further prepared for a professional career through classes in music and audio industry studies, music education, tour planning and concert promotion. Students also have access to world-class recording equipment and studios at SIT sound in collaboration with audio production students.
SIT also offers students the opportunity to complete a double degree in the Bachelor of Audio Production and Bachelor of Contemporary Music after four years' full-time study. Graduates from this pathway of study will be well rounded musicians and sound engineers. They will be well versed in high quality studio recording and live sound work, as well as having skills to pursue a career as performers, composers, or specialised instrumental teachers.
Features of the programme include:
Students will be equipped with skills to embark on a career as a performer, songwriter, composer for film, television, and theatre, and music arranger. Students will also have the necessary skills for a career as a music educator or music writer, and also pursue further study in music therapy, music education, and music research.
The qualification aims to produce graduates who have a wide range of professional skills and are industry-ready.
In order to be awarded the Bachelor of Contemporary Music, the student will have been credited with all required papers and electives as specified in the schedule of papers (360 credits). The student completing the Bachelor of Contemporary Music will normally be expected to complete the three year programme (full time equivalent) within five years. The Head of Faculty with the approval and recommendation of the Board of Studies, may allow a student a longer period to complete the programme.
Students are required to complete international qualifications equivalent to University Entrance - NCEA Level 3.
Applicants over 20 years:
Mature entry applicants will have achieved the age of 20 by March 1 of the first year of enrolment in the programme, and have provided evidence of relevant prior learning and experience.
An applicant who does not meet academic criteria, may be provisionally admitted to enrol in one or more Year One papers, provided he or she meets the requirements above. Upon successful completion of the papers, the student may apply for special admission or admission by mature entry.
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