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Carleton University School of Music

The Music programs at Carleton provide a solid grounding in the practice, analysis and history of European classical music from the Middle Ages to the present. In addition, they focus on more recently developed areas such as Canadian music, American music, computer music, composition, ethnomusicology, jazz, popular music, the sociology of music, and gender studies. It is possible to undertake performance in popular and traditional musics, and to study the theory and analysis of jazz and popular styles. Music admits a small number of students who receive personal attention from highly qualified faculty, internationally distinguished and recognized for their achievements in teaching and research. While at Carleton, students may enrol in a cooperative practicum (a credit course) involving the artistic and cultural community and potential job creation. A degree in Music from Carleton provides a broad yet thorough education which places graduates in the forefront of knowledge about music. The balance between the established and the new guarantees an advantage in the job market.

1125 Colonel By Drive
K1S 5B6

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