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Music Diploma - Music Therapy Course Stream

Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts School of Performing Arts

Credential
Diploma

Duration
2 year(s)

Program Highlights

Intakes

CampusTermsFull/Part Time
North VancouverFallBoth

Tuition and Fees Per Year

Domestic Students
Year Tuition Fees Total
Year 1$6,522 $1,327 $7,850
Year 2$6,929 $1,327 $8,256
Year 3$0 $0 $0
Year 4$0 $0 $0
Year 5$0 $0 $0
Total$13,451 $2,655 $16,106

Note: Fees are subject to change. Some programs have fees for supplies and equipment that aren’t included in the estimate. To get an idea of what you’ll pay to study at CapU, try out our Tuition & Fees Estimator.

First Term

Total credits: 15.50

Required:
ENGL 100University Writing Strategies3.00 credits
ENSM 100Choir Ensemble I2.00 credits
MUS 100Theory I3.00 credits
MUS 112Ear Training and Sight Singing I1.50 credits
MUS 120Music History I3.00 credits
Choose 2.00 credits from the following list:
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Concentration Instrument 100-Level2.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Concentration Instrument 100-Level2.00 credits
Choose 1.00 credits from the following list:
MUS 114Class Piano I1.00 credits
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Secondary Instrument 100-Level1.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Secondary Instrument 100-Level1.00 credits

 

Second Term

Total credits: 18.50

Required:
ENSM 150Choir Ensemble II2.00 credits
MUS 101Theory II3.00 credits
MUS 113Ear Training and Sight Singing II1.50 credits
MUS 121Music History II3.00 credits
PSYC 100Introduction to Psychology I3.00 credits
ENGLEnglish 100-level or higher3.00 credits
Choose 2.00 credits from the following list:
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Concentration Instrument 200-Level2.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Concentration Instrument 200-Level2.00 credits
Choose 1.00 credits from the following list:
MUS 115Class Piano II1.00 credits
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Secondary Instrument 200-Level1.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Secondary Instrument 200-Level1.00 credits

 

It is recommended that students take PSYC 101 during the summer between second and third terms

Total credits: 3.00

Required:
PSYC 101Introduction to Psychology II3.00 credits

 

Third Term

Total credits: 18.50

Required:
ENSM 200Choir Ensemble III2.00 credits
MUS 200Theory III3.00 credits
MUS 212Ear Training and Sight Singing III1.50 credits
MUS 220Music History III3.00 credits
Quantitative/Analytical Elective 100-level or higher (excluding MUS 109)3.00 credits
Choose 2.00 credits from the following list:
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Concentration Instrument 300-Level2.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Concentration Instrument 300-Level2.00 credits
Choose 1.00 credits from the following list:
MUS 214Class Piano III1.00 credits
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Secondary Instrument 300-Level1.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Secondary Instrument 300-Level1.00 credits
Choose 3.00 credits from the following list:
PSYC 200Social Psychology3.00 credits
PSYC 225Biopsychology of Behaviour3.00 credits
PSYC 230Cognitive Psychology3.00 credits

 

Fourth Term

Total credits: 15.50

Required:
ENSM 250Choir Ensemble IV2.00 credits
MUS 201Theory IV3.00 credits
MUS 213Ear Training and Sight Singing IV1.50 credits
MUS 221Music History IV3.00 credits
Choose 2.00 credits from the following list:
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Concentration Instrument 400-Level2.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Concentration Instrument 400-Level2.00 credits
Choose 1.00 credits from the following list:
MUS 215Class Piano IV1.00 credits
PMIPrivate Music Instruction - Secondary Instrument 400-Level1.00 credits
WMPIWorld Music Private Instruction - Secondary Instrument 400-Level1.00 credits
Choose 3.00 credits from the following list:
PSYC 200Social Psychology3.00 credits
PSYC 225Biopsychology of Behaviour3.00 credits
PSYC 230Cognitive Psychology3.00 credits

 

Total program credits: 71.00

Important Dates

Note: Dates are subject to change.

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