arrow-down
Menu

UTS:
Communication

UNDERGRADUATE COURSE GUIDE 2018

Study with a technology leading School of Communication that's industry relevant and future focused

 

UTS Ranked Australia's #1 Young Uni

Study with a technology leading School of Communication that's industry relevant and future focused

 

UTS Ranked Australia's #1 Young Uni

WHY Communication AT UTS?


STUDY WITH THE BEST

Join one of the most in demand communication schools in the country, learning from industry experts and with access to high tech facilities and equipment.

MULTI-SKILLED GRADUATES

Studying a Bachelor of Communication at UTS allows you to pick up two areas of expertise. Therefore making you more employable and more resilient to the rapidly changing media and communications industry.

STUDY IN SYDNEY'S CREATIVE INDUSTRIES HUB

Benefit from the opportunities and atmosphere created by being in a precinct that contains 70% of Sydney's creative industries, such as the ABC. Actively engage with industry as you undertake faculty facilitated internships (through the elective Professional Internship).

GAIN A GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Choose to combine your degree with B Arts in International Studies - the only degree offered in NSW that enables you to spend a year overseas as part of your degree. Or if you're not ready to leave the nest, pick up the Diploma in Languages or a UTS International Intensive Elective!

COMBINED OPTIONS

Communication students can also combine their degree with Law or Creative Intelligence and Innovation in most majors or apply to do Honours as an additional year.

CUTTING EDGE EQUIPMENT

Communication students have exclusive access to an array of production facilities, providing the latest tools of the trade for teaching and learning within their chosen major.

SELECT A COURSE


Select from the courses below for more course detail, including ATAR, career options and subjects offered.

Choose another course

Bachelor of Music and Sound Design

Key Information
2017 ATAR
71
Duration

The course is offered on a three-year, full-time basis.

Course Codes
UAC: 600006, UTS: C10276, CRICOS: 092409B

This course is designed to develop practitioners in music and sound design with a strong base of artistic, professional and theoretical skills. The UTS Bachelor of Music and Sound Design is the first of its kind to combine the domains of music, sound and screens (film, TV, internet, games, online). Subjects focus on developing real-world skills for the digital sound industry.

Students graduate with a portfolio of sound works demonstrating their creativity and professionalism. The course also involves input from leading industry figures, including sound designers, songwriters, producers, and other professionals from the creative industries.

The course appeals to students with an interest in popular music, sound design, creative arts, or interactive multimedia. It offers a contemporary music and sound design degree that focuses on the production and analysis of sound for various media, including interactive environments.

Examples include working in sound design and production across a diverse range of media, including popular music, film, television, advertising, animation, web, gaming, interactive digital media, and locational sound.

Other career options include sound designer, music supervisor, audio engineer, computer musician, music producer, new media artist, interactive media designer, and music business professional.

Code Subject
Autumn session
54000 Citizenship and Communication
50816 Audio Cultures
Select 8 credit points from the following:
CBK91142 Electives
Choose another course
Bachelor of Music and Sound Design

YOUR FUTURE CAMPUS


Starting at UTS in 2017?

Well, you’ll have access to an array of production facilities, providing the latest tools of the trade for teaching and learning.

As a communication student you’ll put what you learn into practice using high tech equipment using portable equipment such as video cameras, sound recorders, production and lighting equipment. You’ll also have access to facilities such as: the Bon Marche Studio, the Journalism Lab, sound studios, video editing suites and media production labs. UTS also provides opportunities to publish your work in media, such as: U Magazine, Vertigo student magazine, radio station 2SER, UTS Writer's Anthology, as well as through many internship opportunities externally.

placeholder

UTS Communication Facilities TourTranscript

Choose another course
Bachelor of Music and Sound Design

Year 12 Bonus Points. Be rewarded.


At UTS we think it’s important to recognise high performance. Below are the subjects that offer bonus points for Bachelor of Music and Sound Design. You could receive up to five Year 12 Bonus Points

SUBJECT BAND POINTS
15290
Music 1
6 3
15290
Music 1
5 2
15290
Music 1
4 1
Choose another course
Bachelor of Music and Sound Design

THE UTS EXPERIENCE


The UTS School of Communication is a dynamic centre of creativity, innovation and knowledge in communication and media, and information and social science.

See what it’s like to study communication at UTS. Learn about our range of majors, facilities and hear what our students have to say.

placeholder

UTS CommunicationTranscript

Applying to UTS. Your next steps

Step 1

GET TO KNOW US ONLINE

Visit our undergraduate website to find out more about your course area of interest. Here you’ll find videos, student profiles, and all the key info you need to know about applying to UTS.

Step 2

KNOW YOUR ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

If you’re applying direct from high school, selection will be based primarily on your ATAR.

For non-current school leavers (that’s anyone who has been out of school for more than 6 months), admission requirements can differ. See your admission requirements online.

Step 3

VISIT OUR CAMPUS

Get a feel for our reinvented campus, and life in Sydney city. We run a host of campus events and workshops over the year - so visit our events page online and start registering.

Step 4

JUST ASK. WE’RE HERE TO HELP

Choosing your degree (and uni) is a big decision. But don’t worry; we’re here to help.

Chat to us online or join one of our Facebook Live Chats during the year.