Art, Performing Art and Design

Subject code
WUR31.0005

BA (Hons) Animation (UCA)

Are you fascinated by the world of animated filmmaking? Take your skills to the next level at BSBI and start your journey today.

Offering an industry standard studio with state-of-the-art facilities, BSBI provides the perfect platform to explore and excel in this exciting industry. You will be guided by expert faculty who will share their experience within the field of animation. 

MSc Interaction Design

The MSc in Interaction Design is a full-time and part-time postgraduate programme that equips its graduates with marketable skills in design, technology, and theory as related to the domain of Interaction Design, User Experience and Human-Computer Interaction.

BA Digital Design & Engineering

Digital technologies such as 3D printing and immersive media are driving the creative industries, influencing the development of products, spaces and services we engage with daily. This is yielding new jobs and market opportunities for creative thinkers able to understand the intersections between technical and design thinking. This course will allow you to seize these opportunities by increasing your skills in design technologies and ensuring you can tackle challenges in emerging markets.

Theatre and Film Studies

Overview

From films to Fringe theatre, from political rallies to smartphone videos, we relate to the world by performing and by observing others’ performances. As a Theatre and Film Studies major, you’ll study performance in a range of media, cultures and historical periods, and engage with the process of conception, design, production and reception of performance. Your Theatre and Film Studies major will begin in your second year, following an exploratory general first-year program called Humanities I.
 

Music

Overview

McMaster’s Music program provides a thorough grounding in theory, general musicianship, history, and performance, and allows students to focus on specific areas of interest, such as music education, history or theory. Our unique Music Cognition program allows music students to study how music is perceived in the brain and how it intersects with other aspects of intellectual development. Your study of Music at McMaster begins in your first year.
 

Music

Overview

McMaster’s Music program provides a thorough grounding in theory, general musicianship, history, and performance, and allows students to focus on specific areas of interest, such as music education, history or theory. Our unique Music Cognition program allows music students to study how music is perceived in the brain and how it intersects with other aspects of intellectual development. Your study of Music at McMaster begins in your first year.