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Bachelor in History of Art and Archaeology : Musicology

  • academic year
    2019-2020
Bachelor in History of Art and Archaeology : Musicology

This formation is taught in french.

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  • Programme title
    Bachelor in History of Art and Archaeology : Musicology
  • Programme mnemonic
    BA-HMUSI
  • Programme organised by
    • Faculty of Philosophy and Social Sciences
  • Degree type
    Bachelors
  • Tier
    1th cycle
  • Field and branch of study
    Human and social sciences/History, history of art, and archaeology
  • Schedule type
    Daytime
  • Languages of instruction
    french
  • Theoretical programme duration
    3 years
  • Campus
    Solbosch
  • Category / Topic
    Human and social sciences - History, history of art, and archaeology
  • Jury President
    Athéna TSINGARIDA and Alain DIERKENS
  • Jury Secretary
    Laurent THOLBECQ and Denis LAOUREUX

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General information

Degree type

Bacheliers

Theoretical programme duration

3 years

Learning language(s)

french

Schedule type

Daytime

Campus

Solbosch

Category(ies) - Topic(s)

Human and social sciences - History, history of art, and archaeology

Organising faculty(s) and university(ies)
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Presentation

At the end of their bachelor, the student must be able :

  • to master the main currents in philosophy, literature, history and music history;

  • know important artistic tendancies and links between the arts;

  • know the principal genres, genres, forms, musical languages, instruments and their evolution;

  • and master the tools and processes of scientific research.

courses, seminars, tutorials

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Programme

The programm concentrates mainly on the history of Western music from Middles Ages to the present, and is completed by an introduction to ethnomusicology. The programme includes the study of important composers and genres, the study of the evolution of musical styles and languages, as well as the links between music and other arts.

Musicological courses form an important part of the student’s formation from the first year of classes at the university. Students also follow several courses shared with all the students registered in Art history and Archaeology. Musicology courses include music history, ethnomusicology, seminars in musicology, jazz history, the history of music instruments, research methodology, theory, and analysis. In the second year of study, musical training is reinforced in classes given at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

What's next ?

Prospects

After a Bachelor, the students may prepare a Master in History of Art, a degree which will allow them a broad range of job opportunities from teaching to careers in the media (television, radio, and print), theatres, concerts societies, opera houses, libraries, institutions promoting cultural.