Are you made to make music?
From instrumentalists and vocalists, to worship leaders and song-writers — AC Music and Media courses are designed to comprehensively equip you for your ministry. Learn from internationally acclaimed teachers and practitioners who will guide you through specialised theory and practical disciplines of music, media and worship.
Our nationally recognised courses are specially crafted to serve the unique needs of individuals working in the 21st century music and media industries and are relevant to you no matter your level of training or experience.
"If you’re going to check out any music or worship course, make sure you look into this one. The lecturers (Daniel Thornton and David Holmes) are more than just active professional musicians and passionate experienced worshipers and leaders, they have displayed character and integrity over decades. These are the type of people we want training the next generation.”
Senior Pastor HopeUC, Speaker, Author and Composer
chose to study music at AC because I wanted my passion to be aligned
with my faith. Studying at AC has given me hands on, practical
Kha Nguyen, Music Graduate
YOUR AC MUSIC EXPERIENCE
You get to learn from, and play alongside, experienced industry professionals. Our courses are designed to provide you with a high-quality education, in an intentionally small and supportive group setting. AC’s internationally acclaimed, engaging and passionate music teachers and practitioners equip and encourage you every step of the way.
WHERE CAN MUSIC TAKE YOU?
In these creative fields, the possibilities for your vocation are endless. Become a musician, a song-writer, write music for film, work in production or audiography, worship lead in your church, teach music to others, or start your own collective for creatives everywhere.
If your college would like to partner with Alphacrucis to deliver cutting-edge nationally recognised music and media courses, please send us a message through our enquiry form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
> David Holmes demonstrates some of the technical skills being taught in AC's music courses.
My Girl / Uptown Funk
> Check out our music students performing for our annual Concert in the Courtyard.
In an exciting endeavour, AC has partnered with 4B College to offer an online Diploma of Screen and Media. This hands-on course gives you practical training and experience in all aspects of screen and media from pre- to post-production, and equips you with the specialised, technical and managerial competencies to work in the film, television, radio and digital media industries.
“I started the Diploma of Music Industry, not really knowing what would come from it. But because of what I learned over that time, I’ve been able to start a music teaching business, write songs for our church, as well as lead our worship team. It was a defining year of my life for my future career.”
“I absolutely adore AC. I have learned more than I could ever expect, and I have been inspired and challenged on a whole different level. What I love most is that the environment is so friendly, I feel at home. It’s amazing to wake up in the morning knowing that I’ll be going to a place where I can pursue my passion, a place where I know I’m appreciated and loved.”
Certificate IV in Music Graduate
“Part of the reason I chose to do this course was because it's delivered in a Christian context. From furthering my skills in my instrument through weekly chapels and class performances, growing in my aural skills, and gaining a better understanding of the music industry, this course will certainly push you to excel as a musician.”
Diploma of Music Industry Student
*16% higher than the national average. UG Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018. QILT.edu.au.
^Postgraduate Business and Leadership, 2018 QILT Survey. QILT.edu.au.
**Subjects with required face-to-face delivery, such as Social Science and Education practicals, will meet physical distancing measures and required hygiene practices. Based on the latest Government advice, we are planning for a gradual return to face-to-face teaching for students who can attend campus.