Bachelor Degree in Musicology in Lisbon in Portugal

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Students are required to become accustomed with a wide range of areas, including methods, philosophies, and techniques of historical research designs for the analysis of music and ethnomusicology research.

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Bachelor in Musicology

Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
Campus Full time 3 years September 2018 Portugal Lisbon

Education objectives

1) To acquire a solid methodological and academic grounding in the area of Musicology; 2) To acquire sensitivity towards the study of Portugal’s musical heritage and the phenomenon of the identity and diversity of musical cultures; 3) To acquire knowledge and an understanding of the various academic areas of musicology, with particular emphasis on the History of Music, Theory, Analysis and Techniques of Composition, and Ethnomusicology; [+]

Education objectives

1) To acquire a solid methodological and academic grounding in the area of Musicology;

2) To acquire sensitivity towards the study of Portugal’s musical heritage and the phenomenon of the identity and diversity of musical cultures;

3) To acquire knowledge and an understanding of the various academic areas of musicology, with particular emphasis on the History of Music, Theory, Analysis and Techniques of Composition, and Ethnomusicology;

4) To develop the ability to apply acquired knowledge and solve problems in the above academic areas, thus ensuring autonomous lifelong learning;

5) To demonstrate the ability to collect, select and interpret information acquired from documentary and field research in musicological domains in order to support decisions and critiques;... [-]