Composition for Screen BMus (Hons)
UCA’s BMus (Hons) Composition for Screen degree will help you turn your love of music into a career as you become a skilled, collaborative and thoughtful composer.
This degree, based at UCA Farnham, has a focus on musical composition for moving image, and will allow you to develop your unique creative voice as you develop a range of applicable skills in:
- Creating compositions
- Technical expertise and understanding
- Notation for music (documenting and communicating your composition)
- Philosophy of music
By the time you graduate, you’ll have developed your own approach to composition, having made the most of collaborative opportunities with filmmakers, animators, actors and games designers. You’ll be a resilient and adaptable problem solver, able to work alone or in teams, who is knowledgeable about the creative industries and has the foundations of a professional network to take into the industry.
Please note – this course has previously been named BA/BSc (Hons) Music Composition & Technology. If you already have credits from another university, or if you have work experience to an equivalent level, you can apply to enter directly into year 2 of the course BA/BSc (Hons) Music Composition & Technology.
Creative, Applied Arts and Design, Film making, Television, Photography, Studio Art
3 years | Full time
Only one is required
For our International Foundation in Art, Design and Media, we usually require that you have:
- General Secondary Education Certificate with 65% or above
For our Bachelor’s courses, we usually require that you have one of the following:
- 2 year Diploma (Al-Azhar) with 60% or above
- Diploma from Technical/Commercial/Industrial/Health institute
For our Master’s courses, we usually require that you have:
- Successful completion of your Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university.
- For the MArch, we require the equivalent of a UK 2:1 Honours degree in Architecture. The exact grade required will be confirmed at the time of application.
3 years | Full time
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