The Music Education program includes four different specializations that integrate artistic and pedagogical components.
These specializations prepare students for the many tasks in the different fields of music education. These specializations primarily prepare students for work not only in the private sector, but also at music schools, at other music or cultural establishments, in the social sector, and increasingly in general-education schools. Detailed outlines for the specialization programs give a better impression of the degree’s educational and practical components. The Music Education program is structured as a diploma program. This information will be updated following the expected transition to the bachelor/master system. The average duration of the program for the Music Education diploma is eight semesters. The preliminary diploma examination is administered after the fourth semester and the diploma examination after the eighth semester.
The following components of the Music Education degree program include:
The program’s obligatory subjects and courses, the number of weekly credit hours per semester, as well as course certificates and required examinations are listed in the program guidelines. An internship and a diploma capstone project for the major must also be completed during the main program.
Admission requirements are regulated by the rules for the aptitude test.
We are no longer accepting new students to the diploma program! The information above is only intended for students who are already registered in the diploma program and who will complete their studies under these regulations. The information about the Bachelor of Music in Education is the only relevant material for applicants for the Instrumental/Voice Education (IP/GP) or Elementary Music Education (EMP) programs.