Humber’s Music Composition graduate certificate program prepares you to write music for a number of professional environments that include, but are not limited to, live performance, sound recording, film, television and radio productions, commercials, and webisodes. In this online program, you will be paired with a professional composer or songwriter who will mentor you as you compose original music and expand your portfolio. Composers of all genres of music are welcome, as this program is tailored to meet the needs of your project. You’ll receive expert feedback in order to refine your skills, establish industry connections and understand the wide range of industry uses for composed music.Courses Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Ontario is home to Canada’s largest and one of the world’s most diversified music sectors, with Toronto being the third biggest music market in North America. Job trends show consistent and substantial employment opportunities in the fields of music business, administration, production and distribution.
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This unique distance program allows you to work remotely to develop your songwriting skills from the comfort of your own home, studio, or anywhere else you have access to the Internet!
Employing Grammy and JUNO Award-winning musicians, Humber College is known for excellence in music education. Our Music Composition faculty are working professionals with years of experience writing and producing songs in a range of styles and for a variety of professional uses.
This program is taught by industry experts, providing you with the most up-to-date and relevant curriculum.
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