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  • The Bachelor of Music (Arts Management) is the ideal degree for musicians dedicated to developing their craft whilst learning creative and collaborative music management practices. This unique hybrid undergraduate degree is designed to provide forward-thinking musicians with a head start in a competitive industry.

  • Learn the foundations of audio production. This includes professional studio training, live sound, post-production for film and gaming and electronic music production. You’ll study through a combination of specialised one-on-one tutoring and collaborative classes and actively engage with students from other areas of AIM.

  • BACHELOR OF ENTERTAINMENT MANAGEMENT

    Melbourne, Online, Sydney

    Learn about the inner workings of the music industry and gain valuable knowledge about business. When you graduate, you'll have the core skills, behaviours and values the industry is looking for. You’ll also have what you need to be your own boss – to start a business or become an entrepreneur.

  • In this course you’ll develop and extend your performance ability through dynamic tuition with classical music masters. You’ll learn to perform in live and recorded settings, both as a soloist and in collaborative ensembles.

  • In this course you’ll develop your unique sound across diverse musical genres and styles. You’ll study through a combination of one-on-one tutoring and group master classes in composition, actively engaging in scoring, arranging, orchestration, recording, digital audio and post-production. You will learn theoretical and technical skills in all aspects of creative musicianship to support you as you progress.

  • BACHELOR OF MUSIC – MUSIC THEATRE

    Melbourne, Online, Sydney

    In this course you’ll develop your unique personality as a musical theatre performer, focussing on your vocal, acting and dancing and developing additional skills in areas of interest such as songwriting, second instrument studies and arts management. You’ll create and deliver major performance works, from concept to professional realisation.

  • MASTER OF MUSIC

    Melbourne, Sydney

    Take your career in music to an elite level with a Master of Music degree. In this course, you’ll translate your undergraduate studies or professional experience into a supervised, structured exploration of your own creative practice within an academic framework.

  • Take your career in music and arts management to an elite level with a Master of Arts and Entertainment Management. In this course, you’ll translate your undergraduate studies or professional experience into a supervised, structured exploration of your own creative practice within an academic framework. 

  • This is a 5-week beginner course for adults that takes the student through the fundamental key areas of music theory and harmony. Students with no theoretical knowledge wishing to take any other AIM short courses are encouraged to take the Music Theory Skills 1 course as a precursor.

  • This is a 5-week intermediate course for adults that builds on the fundamental key areas of music theory and harmony introduced in Music Theory Skills 1 and expands that theoretical knowledge. Students with some theory wishing to refresh their knowledge are encouraged to take the Music Theory Skills 2 course.

  • Composition Skills 2 is a 5-week intermediate program for designed to build on the compositional techniques introduced in Composition 1 or for those with some experience, to further unlock your creativity and music making confidence. You will learn more advanced song structures, chord progressions, scales, motif structures and rhythmic tools to produce an original composition by the end of the course.

  • Composition Skills 1 is a 5-week beginner program that introduces you to compositional techniques used across a variety of music genres to unlock your creativity and music making confidence. You will learn basic song structures, chord progressions, scales, motif structures and rhythmic tools.