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MUED4612: Music Education Honours A

Honours in Music Education is both a completion at a high standard of an academic education and a preparation for postgraduate study in music education. The final year Honours units of study enable students to undertake autonomous research into their chosen topics within the field of music education and to document the results of this research in the form of a thesis. Intending Honours students should speak to the Music Education Honours Coordinator before enrolling. Honours requirements are: Successful completion of MUED3629 and MUED3630, and a oral presentation. A further 24 credit points in designated Honours Music Education seminars as follows: MUED4603 Cultural Diversity on Music Education, MUED4602 Senior Secondary Music Education and MUED4632 Professional Issues in Music Ed.

Code MUED4612
Academic unit Music Education
Credit points 12

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate research methods, concepts and research designs relevant to your research topics
  • LO2. establish the significance of your research study within a review of relevant literature identifying concepts appropriate to the research
  • LO3. critically interpret and discuss findings of the study in a way that is consistent with both the research questions and methodology and that makes connections with current literature
  • LO4. outline conclusions that are grounded in the findings and identify implications for further research.

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 2 weeks before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.