2020/21 Taught Postgraduate Programme Catalogue
MA Applied Psychology of Music
|Programme code:||MA-MU/PSY||UCAS code:|
|Duration:||12 Months||Method of Attendance:||Full Time|
|Programme manager:||Dr Alinka Greasley||Contact address:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
There is a part time variant of this programme available.
Total credits: 180
Normally a first degree in music, psychology, music technology, computer science, or similar (first or upper second class), or equivalent, subject to satisfactory interview for which a sample of written work will be submitted. An ability to understand music and musical notation is required.
School/Unit responsible for the parenting of students and programme:
School of Music
Examination board through which the programme will be considered:
School of Music Examination Board
MA Applied Psychology of Music programme is aimed at advanced students who intend to work within music education (instrumental and classroom), performance, community music, music therapy, music technology, computer science, and/or applied fields such as marketing, consumer behaviour, and film music composition. The distinctive focus will be upon the application of existing research in psychology of music within these domains alongside the development of domain-specific research methods. The programme manager has a substantial track record in applied research and the teaching staff for this programme between them cover almost all approaches to music psychology research within their research activity. In addition the programme will attend to the development of generic and scholarly/research techniques. The programme is designed to provide a logical progression from the undergraduate Psychology of Music modules currently offered by the School of Music at Leeds University and is also an attractive course for Music graduates from other universities. The programme will also provide the training and preparation necessary for students with ambitions to study the Psychology of Music to MPhil/PhD level.
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Students must study 180 credits comprised from a mix of compulsory and optional modules adding up to 180 credits.
Candidates will be required to study the following compulsory modules:
|MUSS5162M||Dissertation||60 credits||1 Oct to 30 Sep (12mth)|
|MUSS5931M||Case Studies in the Applied Psychology of Music||30 credits||Semesters 1 & 2|
|MUSS5932M||Empirical Research Techniques||30 credits||Semesters 1 & 2|
Candidates will be required to study 180 M-level credits for the award.
Candidates will normally study 60 credits from the following modules to bring their profile up to 180 credits:
|EDUC5039M||Creative Inquiry, Communication and Learning||30 credits||1 May to 30 Sep|
|MUSS5130M||Issues in Musicology||30 credits||Semester 1|
|MUSS5132M||Short Dissertation||30 credits||1 Jan to 30 Sep, Semesters 1 & 2|
|MUSS5133M||Short Dissertation||30 credits||Semester 2, Semester 1, 1 May to 30 Sep, 1 Mar to 30 Sep, 1 Jan to 31 May|
|MUSS5134M||Individual Project||30 credits||Semester 1, Semesters 1 & 2, 1 Jan to 31 May, 1 Jan to 30 Sep, Semester 2, 1 May to 30 Sep|
|MUSS5135M||Applied Research Methodologies||30 credits||Not running in 202021|
|MUSS5139M||International Research Project||30 credits||Not running in 202021|
|MUSS5231M||Composition Studies||30 credits||Semester 1|
|MUSS5330M||Instrumental or Vocal Recital||30 credits||1 Jan to 31 May, 1 May to 30 Sep, Semester 2, Semester 1|
|MUSS5337M||Applied Performance Studies||30 credits||Semesters 1 & 2, 1 Jan to 30 Sep|
|MUSS5535M||Aesthetic Theory||30 credits||Semester 2|
|MUSS5632M||Electronic & Computer Music Practice||30 credits||Not running in 202021|
|MUSS5633M||Electronic & Computer Music Contexts||30 credits||Not running in 202021|
|MUSS5731M||Music, Wellbeing and its Evaluation||30 credits||Semesters 1 & 2|
|MUSS5833M||The Recording Industry Now||30 credits||1 Jan to 30 Jun|
|PECI5211M||Audience Engagement and Impact||30 credits||Semester 2|
Candidates may (after consultation with their Programme Leader) take up to 30 credits of Discovery modules. These will normally be either level 3 or M-level; students must pass a minimum of 135 credits at M-level in order to be awarded a Masters qualification.
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