The School of Creative Arts has 7 undergraduate degree programmes to choose from in each of our subject areas.
World-leading experts in music, film, drama and sonic arts provide research-led teaching in all our programmes delivered across the School. As well as their primary degree programme, students have the opportunity to collaborate in all these areas and work on productions and projects across the school.
Students will work in leading facilities some of which include a drama theatre, cinema and concert halls. View all these facilities here.
Students will be encouraged to attend our public events including concerts, seminars, productions, festivals and workshops. These events showcase world-class artists and speakers in their fields. They will also be encouraged to participate in our wide range of performance groups and societies.
See each of our degree programmes below for more information.
The study of Music encompasses performance, music history, composition, theory, analysis, music technology and ethnomusicology. The School of Creative Arts at Queen‘s has a rich tradition of high-quality teaching and research in all these areas.
Our Film Studies degrees aim to introduce students to the widest possible experience of the cinema and film culture. The Single Honours degree is characterised by the integration of film production and film scholarship, and all our courses offer a rich, diverse curriculum based in our own film complex on the main campus.
Queen‘s Drama boasts exceptional links to the professional theatre industry, a truly international range of reference, and a strong specialism
in Irish Theatre. Our undergraduate degree programme combines history, theory and practice in an integrated and multidisciplinary approach to discover why and how theatre works.
The study of Music Technology considers the principles and practices of generating, processing and recording audio and music.
The study of Sonic Arts considers the idea of sound as an artistic medium and explores the many creative uses of sound.
Both subjects embrace a wide range of disciplines including electronics, computer software design, audio engineering, musical composition and acoustics. Queen‘s University has considerable experience and expertise in this field, having offered undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Music Technology for more than 15 years.
Some of our leading facilities include a theatre, cinema and 3D sound lab. Click here for more.
The school provides funding opportinities throughout the academic year. Click here to go to the school funding page for more information.
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