Diploma in Music Technology

Why study the Diploma in Music Technology at UNE?

The Diploma in Music Technology is a specialised course designed to develop skills and knowledge in Music Technology. It is ideally suited to musicians, artists, performers and music educators who wish to specialise in this field or update their knowledge on the latest/current music-related technologies.

Students unable to take some units in Trimester 3 will not be able to complete in minimum time - please see course plans for further information.

Career Opportunities

Diploma in Music Technology graduates will have a focused suite of skills in music technology and a range of more general skills to assist with future employment in this area or to pursue further study.

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Degree Snapshot

DURATION

Up to 4 years Part-time

FEES

CSP (quotas apply)

2018 STUDY OPTIONS
Armidale

Trimester 1, Online

Official Abbreviation DipMusTech
Course Type Undergraduate
Commencing
Responsible Campus Admission Period Mode of Study
Armidale Trimester 1 Online
Course Duration
  • Up to 4 years Part-time
Fees CSP (quotas apply)
Total Credit Points 48
How to Apply

All domestic students apply through the link below

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Intensive Schools

Mandatory intensive schools may be a requirement of some of the units in this course. See Unit Catalogue for specific requirements.

Entry Requirements

A candidate shall be qualified for admission (see Admission Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Coursework) Rule and Admission Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Coursework) Procedures).

Advanced Standing

Candidates are referred to the University Policy on Advanced Standing.

Academic Colours

Spectrum Green (BCC 100)

Further Information

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These course rules & plans are ONLY to be used if you commenced, transferred or changed versions in the Diploma in Music Technology in 2018.

Admission to Candidature

A candidate shall be qualified for admission (see Admission Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Coursework) Rule and the Admission Undergraduate and Postgraduate (Coursework) Procedures).

Advanced Standing

Candidates are referred to the University Policy on Advanced Standing.

Period of Candidature

The period of candidature shall be up to four years as a part-time candidate.

Course Requirements

To qualify for the award a candidate must pass units to the value of 48 credit points.

Program of Study

Candidates shall complete an approved program of study as outlined in the Course Schedule comprising:

Course Structure Credit Points
Core Units 30 cps
Listed Units 18 cps
Total 48 cps

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Award of Degree

Candidates who meet the course requirements shall be awarded the Diploma in Music Technology.

Appeals

Candidates are referred to the Academic Assessment Appeals Policy and the Academic Assessment Appeals Procedures.

Course Progression

Candidates are referred to the Course Progression Rule and the Course Progression Procedures.

Improper Conduct

Candidates are referred to the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct Rule and the Student Coursework Academic Misconduct Procedures.

Course Aims

The Diploma in Music Technology aims to provide a formal qualification at tertiary level in the area of music technology and is designed to provide an understanding of, and proficiency in, this area.

Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. demonstrate a broad knowledge of theoretical and technical music concepts, with some depth in the theory and application of music technology to music production;
  2. demonstrate cognitive and communication skills to identify and analyse music creation and production techniques;
  3. demonstrate cognitive, creative, communication and technical skills to analyse and plan approaches to music composition, recording, production and performance;
  4. transfer and apply theoretical concepts, music technology skills and creative skills to a range of musical environments; and
  5. demonstrate initiative, judgement, and personal responsibility in decision-making and problem-solving while working both in collaboration with others and independently.
Graduate Attributes
Knowledge of a Discipline

Graduates will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in the field of music technology.

Communication Skills

Graduates will be able to demonstrate musical and/or technical knowledge and ideas across a variety of online environments.

Problem Solving

Graduates will be able to solve problems by exercising critical thinking and judgement.

Information Literacy

Graduates will be able to solve problems through gathering, analysing and evaluating information from a range of sources.

Ethical Conduct and Social Responsibility

Graduates will demonstrate the practice of ethical behaviour through independent and group work.

Lifelong Learning

Graduates will develop the skills necessary for life-long participation in musical thinking and practice.

Independence and Collaboration

Graduates will be able to exercise responsibility and accountability for their own learning and gain experience in collaborative tasks.

How to Apply

Domestic Students

All domestic students apply through the link below

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