Bachelor of Music
The UWS Bachelor of Music takes an eclectic, modern and inclusive approach to music repertoire, performance and sound design. It gives you an opportunity to develop your professional and creative potential in making and appreciating a range of different types of music.
You will focus on repertoire and media of the 20th and 21st centuries and also study music from earlier historical periods. You will have opportunities to use our recording studios (opens in a new window), multimedia and MIDI labs, and digital audio/video suites. You can also gain practical experience in performance as a soloist and in groups, concert administration and production, recording, composition, audio production, library research and retrieval, film music and collaboration.
|Delivery Mode||On campus||On campus|
|Location||Penrith campus||Penrith campus|
|Duration||3 Years Full Time / 6 Years Part Time
||3 Years Full Time|
|Course Code||722010 [Penrith]||1659.2 [CRICOS Code 065052F]|
|Entrance Rank||Not Applicable - Additional Selection Criteria applies
||Please refer to Admission Requirements|
|Fee Information||Local Course Fees (opens in a new window)||International Course Fees (opens in a new window)|
A Career in Music
Find out why there is More to Music at UWS (opens in a new window)
As a UWS Music graduate, you may pursue roles in a vast range of exciting fields, including:
- artistic direction
- sound design
- audio engineering
- arts administration
- concert management
- community music
- music journalist and critiquing
If you are interested in becoming a secondary teacher, the Bachelor of Music degree will qualify you to undertake a UWS Master of Teaching (Secondary).
How to Apply
All domestic applications for entry to UWS undergraduate courses must be made through the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) (opens in a new window). Step by step instructions are available on the Apply Now pages.
Instructions for international applications are available on the UWS International Admissions pages.
If you are interested in completing a higher research degree, for example Masters Honours, information is accessible from UWS Research (opens in a new window).