Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Martucci Salerno

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MA Musicology

 

Qualification awarded: Musicology Master Degree

Course code:

Qualification type/level: EHEA 2st cycle; EQF level 7

Course structure:

First Year    

Subject ECTS Exam Teaching hours Type
Music theatre history 5   30 Basic
Methodology of analysis 3 X 20 Basic
Music history and historiography 5   30 Basic
Basics of music archival science 4 X 25 Basic
Musical forms, languages and systems 3   20 Basic
Ethnomusicology 5   30 Specific
Music philology 3 X 20 Specific
Compositional techniques 3   20 Specific
History of notation 3 X 30 Specific
History of musical forms and repertoires 5   30 Specific
Librarianship and musical research 3 X 20 Specific
Tools and methodologies of bibliographic research 3 X 20 Specific
Musical iconography 2 X 20 Related or additional
History of popular music 3   20 Related or additional
Theory and analysis of traditional musical forms 2 X 20 Related or additional
European foreign language 2 X 20 Foreign language
Electives 6   0 Electives

Second Year    

Subject ECTS Exam Teaching hours Type
Music theatre history 5   30 Basic
Organology 4   25 Basic
Music history and historiography 5   30 Basic
Music aesthetics 3   20 Basic
Musical forms, languages and systems 3   20 Basic
History of musical forms and repertoires 5   30 Basic
Ethnomusicology 5   30 Specific
Compositional techniques 4   25 Specific
History of Non-European music 4   25 Specific
History of popular music 4   25 Related or additional
Music cataloguing 4   30 Related or additional
Music software 2   20 Other activities
Electives 6   0 Electives
Final examination 6   0 Final examination

Key learning outcomes:

Mode of study: Full time / Part time.

Limited number of places available each year.

Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning:
Credits are transferred according to the general arrangements for recognition of prior learning of the Institution. Maximum number of recognized credits: 60

Specific admission requirements:
To apply for a Postgraduate degree it is necessary to hold a Bachelor’s.
Students holding a Bachelor’s degree awarded by university or a university-level institution can be admitted if their secondary school leaving certificate grants access to a Postgraduate degree within the Higher Education system of reference.
Admittance will be based on the entrance exam results.

Qualification requirements and regulations:
This course is based on the ECTS credit accumulation system. The student must complete the curriculum as described in the Course structure. This includes compulsory and elective subjects and other activities for a total of 120 ECTS credits.

Examination regulations, assessment and grading:
The Italian grading system is based on a scale of 0-30, with 18/30 as the lowest passing grade. 30/30 cum laude may also be awarded. The final grade is based on a scale of 0-110, with 66/110 as the lowest passing grade. To the highest grade of 110/110, cum laude may be added, but only with the unanimous decision of the examining board. Salerno Conservatoire provides an ECTS Grading Table (inserisci link alla pagina ECTS Grading Table) which shows the actual distribution, of examination and final grades among students of each degree programme, in order to facilitate comparison with other grading systems.

Graduation requirements:
The final exam consists of the discussion of an essay of adequate scientific value.

Occupational profiles of graduates with examples:

This course provides career opportunities in the following fields:

Access to further studies:
´┐╝´┐╝´┐╝Graduates holding a 2nd cycle degree are eligible to apply to 3rd cycle degrees.

Exchange student programs: Erasmus +

President of the Degree Course Council:

Degree Course Council:

Student delegate:

Tuition fees: minimum 600 - maximum 1.000

stemmaGiuseppe Martucci Salerno State Conservatoire

Via Salvatore De Renzi 62, 84125 Salerno SA Italy

Telephone: +39 (0) 89 241086 / +39 (0) 89 237713 - Fax: +39 (0) 89 2582440
P.Iva: 95003210655

PEC: conservatoriosalerno@pec.it - Email: protocollo@consalerno.it