The Department of Musicology and Humanities of the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Canarias brings together specialists from different musicology sectors, offering students a wide range of academic possibilities aimed at their comprehensive education.
This specialization’s career options include musical research, specialized critique, management, media and teaching.
According to data from the Spanish Statistical Office (INE), this profession has an employment rate of 90.7%.
At the end of their studies, the Music Graduate in the Specialisation of Musicology should have the following skills:
Basic Information for Bachelor of Music in Musicology
*MFB: Basic Core Subjects [Materias de Formación Básica]
*MOE: Compulsory Specialisation Subjects [Materias Obligatorias de la Especialidad]
*TFC: Term Paper [Trabajo Fin de Carrera]
Detailed course catalogue can find found attached below