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  • ​​All genres and styles: e.g. Classical, Ethnic forms, Modern & Contemporary, Jazz,  Post Modern forms, et al.


  • ​​All types, genres, and styles – e.g., Orchestral, Jazz, Historical, Brass band, ethnic and ancient instrumentation.


  • All types, genres, and styles – e.g., Orchestral, Choral, and Band Conducting (with &/or without a baton).


  • All types, genres, and styles e.g. Spanish, Latino, Classical, Folk, Jazz, Rock, Acoustic, Bass, Electric, including related/historical instruments; e.g. Mandolin, Lute, Banjo, etc.


  • All types, genres, and styles including related instruments; e.g. Celtic, Pedal/Lever, Aeolian, electric, and including ethnic or any other historical instrumentation, etc.


  • All types, genres, and styles; e.g. Classical, Contemporary, Jazz, Rock, Historical, ethnic and ancient instrumentation (Acoustic Pianos, all types of Digital Pianos, Electronic Keyboards, Computer-based keyboards (MIDI, etc.), Spinet, Harpsichord, Organ, and all types of Accordion, etc.


  • Includes but is not limited to the research and study of Historical Musicology, Jazz, Cultural Musicology or Ethnomusicology, Popular music studies, Music Theory and its analysis of Composition, Music Psychology, Music Industry, Music Performance Methodologies & Practice, et al. 


  • All approaches to Music Therapy are encouraged including integrating methods within the Expressive Arts Therapy arena and the Counselling & Psychotherapy domains. 


  • All types, genres, and styles; e.g. Orchestral, Jazz, Rock, Contemporary, Historical forms including all ethnic and African Drumming types and styles.


  • All types, genres, and styles; Orchestral strings, Jazz, Scottish Fiddle Music, Electric Strings, including all forms of ethnic and historical instrumentation e.g. Baroque. 


  • Includes all teaching approaches; syllabus design for performance practice, technical development methods, theoretical replication (theory of learning), and research. 
  • The study of this subject area seeks to inform teachers by supporting their actions, judgments, and teaching strategies. It also considers how the theories of learning apply in creating methodologies that demonstrate understanding of students' needs, backgrounds, and interests. ​
  • This study also includes how the teacher interacts with their students taking into consideration the social and intellectual environment the teacher seeks to establish.  This may include developing a student's liberal education opportunities as well as their vocational education. 


  • All voices, genres, and styles; e.g. Operatic, Jazz, Contemporary, Pop, Percussive, ethnic voicing, primitive, tribal, and transitive forms, etc., including a self-accompanied voice in any form whatsoever (e.g., with guitar/ukulele, etc., or the singer’s own accompaniment (by creating harmony) via a recording.  


  • All types, genres, and styles: Orchestral, Jazz, Historical/ethnic instrumentation and forms, Classical, Modern & Contemporary, Electronic, Post Modern forms, et al.


Music Subjects

Masters International

Music Accreditation Board