CAO CODE: TR598 If you have a natural ability in mathematics and are genuinely interested in applying mathematical solutions to problem solving, then this course will suit you well. It is also a great start for a career in actuarial work, finance or accounting, although these will require further training. If you love music and want to understand it ‚Äî for example, to know how it works, its history and development, how to write music, how to become a more informed performer ‚Äî this is the course for you. Whether your interests are primarily academic or practical, your experience of this vast and rich subject will be greatly improved in depth and breadth. As an academic discipline, music fosters independence of thought, creativity, critical and analytical skills, and intellectual awareness. You will also have plenty of opportunity to perform, conduct ensembles, and gain experience of arts administration. Because the course includes a wide range of options, you will be able to emphasise areas that interest you most.
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