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THIS PROGRAM IS FOR STUDENTS TRANSFERRING INTO HONOURS FROM PROGRAM 3464 BACHELOR OF MUSIC BACHELOR OF MEDIA (SCREEN AND SOUND PRODUCTION) THROUGH A UNSW INTERNAL PROGRAM TRANSFER.

The Dual award degree Bachelor of Music (Honours) Bachelor Media (Screen & Sound Production) is a five-year program (full-time).

The Bachelor of Music (Honours) is specifically for high-achieving students already admitted to the Bachelor of Music program. It allows Bachelor of Music students to spend their final year of study completing a research thesis or a practice-based research project and thesis as well as undertaking discipline specific research training through the coursework component.

The Bachelor of Media (Screen and Sound Production) is designed to provide students with foundational and applied skills, knowledge and capabilities relevant to career pathways in a broad range of audio-visual, digital and screen production industries. The emphasis is on the acquisition of relevant creative and professional skills relevant to current media industry contexts, along with a sophisticated conceptual understanding of the increasingly convergent role of media and film in contemporary societies.

Campus

Kensington

Study Level

Undergraduate

Typical duration

5 Years

Academic Calendar

3+ Calendar

Minimum Units of Credit

240

Award(s)

Bachelor of Music (Honours) - BMus (Hons)

Bachelor of Media - BMedia

UAC Code

N/A

CRICOS Code

085654C

Stand Alone Programs

Click on the link below to find out more about each individual program.

Double Degree Structure

Students must complete 240 UOC.

Bachelor of Music (Honours) (144 UOC)
1. Musicology Core (30 UOC)
2. Musicianship Core (24 UOC)
3. Performance Laboratory Core (36 UOC)
4. Major Gateway Course (6 UOC)
5. Major Courses (12 UOC)
6. Research thesis and/or Creative Practice Project (36 UOC)

Bachelor of Media (Screen and Sound Production) (96 UOC)
1. Media Studies core and prescribed electives (24 UOC)
2. Film Studies core and prescribed electives (24 UOC)
3. Screen and Sound Production core and prescribed electives (48 UOC)

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Academic Writing & Language Enhancement

3440 - Music (Honours)

ARTS2050 Academic Writing for the Humanities (6 UOC) and HUMS1005 Personalised English Language Enhancement (6 UOC) can be counted as UNSW Arts and Social Sciences Prescribed Electives or Free Electives.

Performance Ensembles

3440 - Music (Honours)

Bachelor of Music (Honours) students must take part in a required number of the performance ensembles offered by the School.

Specialisation Declaration

3440 - Music (Honours)

You must specify your major at the time of enrolment into Level 2.

Maturity Requirements

3438 - Media (Screen and Sound Production)

You must complete at least 24 UOC before enrolling in any Level 2 courses.

You must complete at least 66 UOC before enrolling in any Level 3 courses.

Sample Double Degree(s)

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Program Fees

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Additional Information

Bachelor Media (Screen & Sound Production) - Film Studies Minor

Completion of 24 uoc in Film Studies courses will automatically confer a minor in Film Studies at the time of graduation.

Further Information

Contact the UNSW Arts and Social Sciences Student Services

Pre-2019 Handbook Editions

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