Find out what undergraduate study in Ethnomusicology involves.
The Stage I courses you can take as part of Ethnomusicology.
The Stage II courses you can take as part of Ethnomusicology.
The Stage III courses you can take as part of Ethnomusicology.
The subject Ethnolomusicology is located within the Department of Anthropology.
Ethnomusicology explores the connections between music and human culture.
You can study musics ranging from Māori waiata and Aotearoa hip hop to the music of Bollywood and global reggae.
Ethnomusicology and your career
Ethnomusicology could be useful for a career in teaching, broadcasting, journalism and cultural programmes.
Study options in Ethnomusicology
Ethnomusicology is available for undergraduate programmes, and is taught by the Department of Anthropology.
Postgraduate study opportunities are available in Anthropology. The holdings of the University's Archive of Māori and Pacific Music are unsurpassed and provide a valuable resource for students of Pacific music.