Bachelor of Music (Interactive Composition)
- CRICOS code: 058837J
- VTAC code: 3800638231
- International VTAC code: 3800638233
Where will this take me?
Where will this take me?
Whichever major you choose to pursue in the Bachelor of Music, you will enjoy a wide range of employment options in a range of different industries. Explore some of the careers our graduates have moved into after graduating below.
Careers in: Interactive Composition
With broad learning and expert skills gained across this major, you'll be prepared for a number of careers, from composer and producer through to educator or reviewer. The Interactive Composition major is your pathway to a range of employment options, including:
- Composer for: film, television and animation, concert and commercial release, theatre and dance, advertising, locations and events, bands and soloists, websites and video games.
- Contemporary music arranger
- Contemporary music critic or reviewer
- Contemporary music educator
- PA or recording technician
- Project curator
- Record producer or music director
- Sound and music producer
- DJ/remixer for studio and performance
- Music teacher
- Music director
- Sound designer
- Music journalist
- Multimedia designer
- Studio engineer.
Further study options
You have the flexibility to enter the workforce straight from your undergraduate degree, or you may choose to progress to a fourth-year Honours degree.
Honours is an intensive and highly specialised one-year program designed to draw together your previous studies and focus your knowledge, skills and intellect, allowing you to master your field of knowledge and create a pathway into advanced graduate study options in music.
Ng Sze Min
Meet Ng Sze Min, Bachelor of Music (Interactive Composition) graduate
I'm currently based in Singapore as an artist and creative audio producer at Artwave Studio. The last couple of months have seen me travelling to Australia, UK and Malaysia to collaborate with both artists and locals, each culminating in performance works (in the forms of theatre, participatory works, installation) at festivals.
I have initiated many of my collaborations and offered my ideas to people beyond the arts. As an interactive composition graduate, our skills as collaborators and sensitivity towards the recipients of our work attracts the allied healthcare industry. I initially applied to be a programme facilitator at a dementia care centre last year, but ended up being an artist facilitator tasked to find innovative ways to engage and retain the attention of several elderly people in the late stages of dementia. There, I built a vocabulary of activities based on their individual interests around music and sound. We even held a year-end showcase party for their family members!
With Artwave Studio, we've since shaken up book launches with creative audio responses and ran innovative activities with large conference audiences. The interactive nature of my work recently attracted team building companies and I can't wait to see who'll be on board next.
Once you've completed your undergraduate degree, you can go on to gain employment or begin a graduate degree and work towards a professional qualification such as law, engineering or medicine. Or you could join our graduate research community and contribute to our world-changing research.
Your graduate degree will be internationally recognised, and set you apart from those who study a traditional Australian single or double degree.
Explore the graduate pathways available once you complete your undergraduate degree here.