Musicology (Bachelor)


Main subject:

The Bachelor’s degree programme in musicology is concerned with the study and analysis of the history and social function of music in all its diverse manifestations. The programme covers the fundamentals and key methods applied in the academic analysis and historiography of music including its genesis and reception. Students also acquire an understanding of the conditions pertaining to the conveying and communicating of music in contemporary cultural life. Work placements enable students to gain insight into real working conditions and the associated communicative requirements in these working environments. 

Subsidiary subject:

The Bachelor’s degree programme in musicology is concerned with the study and analysis of the history and social function of music in all its diverse manifestations. The programme covers the fundamentals and key methods applied in the academic analysis and historiography of music including its genesis and reception. Students also acquire an understanding of the conditions pertaining to the conveying and communicating of music in contemporary cultural life.

Supplementary subject:

The Bachelor’s degree programme in musicology is concerned with the study and analysis of the history and social function of music in all its diverse manifestations. The programme covers the fundamentals and key methods applied in the historiography of music including its genesis and reception. Students also acquire an understanding of the conditions pertaining to the conveying and communicating of music in contemporary cultural life.