Music Technology, HND

 
Degree: Bachelor
University: University of Greenwich , Faculty: School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences
City: London , Country: United Kingdom
Discipline: Humanities and Art
 
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  • Start Date of Studies September
  • Admission deadline January 15
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    This programme is designed for students who have successfully completed a BTEC National Diploma in Music Technology, Music or related discipline and intend to peruse careers in the music industry. It is a two year full time programme, allowing learners to complete their studies Higher National level. Completing the programme will give students the skills and knowledge to progress to national employment in the music industry, including media and radio, acoustic engineering and self-employment, or to continue their studies onto our 12-month BA (Hons) top-up degree.
    The programme is designed for students who have a strong interest in participating in creative music production within a group that offers a wide range of backgrounds and interests. They will have full access to a teaching team with a wide base of knowledge, including industry practitioners and guest lecturers.

    Aims of the programme
    * To build upon close ties with and develop students knowledge of and employability within the music industry
    * To provide students with personal development and encourage critical attitudes towards change so as to reflect the development and nature of the music industry environment
    * To provide specialist studies directly relevant to individual vocations and professions in which students are intending to seek employment or postgraduate study
    * To enable students to develop a range of transferable skills and techniques, personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful performance in working life and further study

    Specialist equipment/ facilities
    Students will have access to industry standard equipment including Logic 9, Protools, Max MSP, Reaktor, Sibelius 5, Reason 4, and Ableton 7.

 
 
 

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