Bachelor of Creative Arts (Music) is increasingly recognised as one of the most innovative in Australia. We understand that 21st century musicians must be flexible, resilient, creative, collaborative and adaptable. You will undertake a holistic program of learning, which values musical diversity and integrated theory with practice and music technology. You will learn within an exciting and collaborative environment alongside industry professionals.
From 2015, the entire Music discipline in the Bachelor of Creative Arts can be studied online (as well as on-campus) for those students who are travelling or unable to attend classes in Toowoomba.
After completing your first year, you can then take the opportunity to specialise in contemporary singing or a range of instrumental and collaborative music practices. You may also combine disciplines within creative arts or other areas of study.
Our students have many opportunities to perform publicly in our Arts Theatre, and in larger projects such as the Your Song, My Way concert series, and our annual To Glee or Not to Glee event. You can also explore your own interests through tailored projects. Recent examples include recording a worship EP for independent release and composing the score for the annual Shakespeare in the Park Festival.
At USQ music, we have a fantastic culture of collaboration between staff and students where you can learn from music professionals within a supportive environment. Performer, song-writer, composer, arranger, ensemble musician teacher or scholar – take the opportunity to see music in a new way.