BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAMS

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC ART

Music Theory and Pedagogy

The Bachelor program in General Music Pedagogy – aims to enable students for careers in music pedagogy. As such, it is comparable to the study programs of music education offered by other higher music education institutions in our country and the countries of the European educational space. The purposefulness of this study program is reflected in its comprehensiveness and multiapplicability, i.e. the fact that it educates students for pedagogical and creative work at primary music schools and primary schools of general education type, the participation in choral ensembles, in cultural institutions and the media, as well as to continue improvement at Master studies.

I YEAR

1. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 1

2. Counterpoint 1

3. Solfeggio 1

4. Piano 1

5. Reading Choral Scores 1

6. Choral Conducting 1

7. History of Music 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Sociology of Culture and Art 1

10. Psychology of Art 1

11. Elective subject – foreign language 1:

Chose a single subject

  • English 1
  • Italian 1

12. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 2

13. Counterpoint 2

14. Solfeggio 2

15. Piano 2

16. Reading Choral Scores 2

17. Choral Conducting 2

18. History of Music 2

19. Pedagogy 2

20. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

21. Psychology of Art 2

22. Elective subject – foreign language 2:

Chose a single subject

  • English 2
  • Italian 2
II YEAR

1. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 3

2. Counterpoint 3

3. Musical Forms 1

4. Musical Instruments Basics 1

5. Solfeggio 3

6. Piano 3

7. Reading Choral Scores 3

8. Choral Conducting 3

9. Choir 1

10. History of Music 3

11. Elective subject -foreign language 3:

Chose a single subject

  • English 3
  • Italian 3

12. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 4

13. Counterpoint 4

14. Musical Forms 2

15. Musical Instruments Basics 2

16. Solfeggio 4

17. Piano 4

18. Reading Choral Scores 4

19. Choral Conducting 4

20. Choir 2

21. History of Music 4

22. Elective subject -foreign language 4:

Chose a single subject

  • English 4
  • Italian 4
III YEAR

1. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 5

2. Musical Forms 3

3. Solfeggio Teaching Methods 1

4. Music Education Methods 1

5. Vocal Literature 1

6. Orchestration Basics 1

7. Solfeggio 5

8. Piano 5

9. Choir 3

10. History of Music 5

11. Elective subject  А1:

  • Choral Conducting 5
  • Reading Scores 1

12. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 6

13. Musical Forms 4

14. Solfeggio Teaching Methods 2

15. Music Education Methods 2

16. Vocal Literature 2

17. Orchestration Basics 2

18. Solfeggio 6

19. Piano 6

20. Choir 4

21. History of Music 6

22. Elective subject  А 2:

  • Choral Conducting 6
  • Reading Scores 2

23. Professional Practice 1

IV YEAR

1. Elective subject B 1: elective methodology subject – choose a single subject

  • Solfeggio Teaching Methods 3
  • Music Education Methods 3

2. Elective seminar V 1: elective seminar – choose a single subject

  • Harmony and Harmonic Analysis – Seminar 1
  • Counterpoint – Seminar 1
  • Musical Forms – Seminar 1
  • Vocal Literature – Seminar 1

3. Vocal Literature 3

4. Orchestration Basics 3

5. Ethnomusicology 1

6. Piano 7

7. Choir 5

8. Elective subject G 1:

  • Music Style Analysis 1
  • Aesthetics of Music 1

9. Elective subject D 1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Soung Processing 1
  • Solfeggio 7

10. Elective subject B 2:

elective methodology subject – choose a single subject

  • Solfeggio Teaching Methods 4
  • Music Education Methods 4

11. Elective seminar V 2:

elective seminar – choose a single subject

  • Harmony and Harmonic Analysis – Seminar 2
  • Counterpoint – Seminar 2
  • Musical Forms – Seminar 2
  • Vocal Literature – Seminar 2

12. Vocal Literature 4

13. Orchestration Basics 4

14. Ethnomusicology 2

15. Piano 8

16. Choir 6

17. Elective subject G 2:

  • Music Style Analysis 2
  • Aesthetics of Music 2

18. Elective subject D 2:

  • Culture Management 2
  • Ensemble Work 2
  • Digital Soung Processing 2
  • Solfeggio 8

19. Professional Practice 2

Piano

The Bachelor program in Piano – is a program that is primarily aimed to enable students for careers in pedagogy and performing art. As such, it is comparable to the study programs of piano offered by other higher music education institutions in our country and the countries of the European educational space. The purposefulness of this study program is reflected in its comprehensiveness and multiapplicability, i.e. the fact that it educates students for solo concert activities, for the participation in ensembles, in cultural institutions, as well as for pedagogical and creative work in primary music schools and to continue improvement at Master studies. Upon completion of this program, students are granted acquires the title of Bachelor music artist – a pianist with a total of 240 ECTS achieved.

I YEAR

1. Piano 1

2. Chamber Music 1

3. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 1

4. Choir 1

5. Solfeggio 1

6. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 1

7. Counterpoint 1

8. History of Music 1

9. Sociology of Culture and Art 1

10. Elective subject – foreign language 1:

  • English 1
  • Italian 1

11. Piano 2

12. Chamber Music 2

13. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 2

14. Choir 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 2

17. Counterpoint 2

18. History of Music 2

19. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

20. Elective subject – foreign language 2:

  • English 2
  • Italian 2
II YEAR

1. Piano 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and performance 1

4. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 3

5. Choir  3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis 1

8. History of Music 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language 3:

  • English3
  • Italian 3

10. Piano 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and performance 2

13. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 4

14. Choir  4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis 2

17. History of Music 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4:

  • English4
  • Italian 4
III YEAR

1. Piano 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Piano Teaching Methods 1

4. Literature and performance 3

5. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 5

6. Choir  5

7. Solfeggio 5

8. Music Score Analysis 3

9. History of Music 5

10. Piano 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Piano Teaching Methods 2

13. Literature and performance 4

14. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 6

15. Choir  6

16. Solfeggio 6

17. Music Score Analysis 4

18. History of Music 6

IV YEAR

1. Piano

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Piano Teaching Methods 3

4. Literature and performance 5

5. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Piano

11. Chamber Music 8

12. Piano Teaching Methods 4

13. Literature and performance 6

14. Accompaniment and Sight-Reading 8

15. Music Score Analysis 6

16. Psychology of Art 2

17. Pedagogy 2

18. Elective subject А2:

  • Culture Management 2
  • Ensemble Work 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 2

19. Final Exam

String Instruments

The aim of the Bachelor program in String instruments – is to educate a music teacher qualified to use practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of stringed instruments and other practical and theoretical music and general education fields through creative application of educational work at primary schools. Accordingly, this study program aims to develop knowledge in the Methodology of teaching String instruments (violins, violas, violoncello, double bass) and practical training for its successful performance. The goal of this study program is forming a versatile music performer able for solo concert activity and to participate in chamber ensembles, orchestras and in public musical life. The diversity and comprehensiveness of the study program aim to obtain a new knowledge, the co-ordination and systematization of the acquired knowledge and experience in operational capability for the independent professional artistic work, as well as in the establishment of a complex approach to the literature for string instruments, enabling a basic introduction to music education and a guidance to successfully continue improvement at Master studies.

I YEAR

1. Main subject –  Elective  1:

  • Violin 1
  • Viola 1
  • Cello 1
  • Double Bass 1

2. Chamber Music 1

3. Literature and Performance1

4. Orchestra Sections 1

5. Orchestra 1

6. Solfeggio 1

7. History of Мusic 1

8. Sociology of Culture and Art 1

9. Elective subject – foreign language 1:

  • English 1
  • Italian 1

 

Module 1 – Violin

10. Violin 2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language 2:

  • English 2
  • Italian 2

 

Module 2 – Viola

10. Viola  2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language 2

  • English 2
  • Italian 2

 

Module 3 – Cello

10. Cello 2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language 2

  • English 2
  • Italian 2

 

Module 4 – Double Bass

10. Double Bass 2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language 2:

  • English 2
  • Italian 2
II YEAR

Module 1 – Violin

1. Violin 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language 3:

  • English 3
  • Italian 3

10. Violin 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4:

  • English 4
  • Italian 4

 

Module – 2 Viola

1. Viola 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language  3

  • English  3
  • Italian 3

10. Viola  4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4

  • English 4
  • Italian 4

 

Module – 3 Cello

1. Cello 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language 3

  • English  3
  • Italian 3

10. Cello 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4

  • English 4
  • Italian 4

 

Module 4 – Double Bass

1. Double Bass 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language  3

  • English 3
  • Italian 3

10. Double Bass 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4

  • English 4
  • Italian 4
III YEAR

Module 1 – Violin

1. Violin 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 1

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis 3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Violin 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 2

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis 4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 2
  • Ensemble Work 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 2

 

Module 2 – Viola

1. Viola 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 1

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis 3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Viola 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 2

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis 4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

 

Module 3 – Cello

1. Cello 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 1

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis  3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Cello  6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 2

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis  4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

 

Module 4 – Double Bass

1. Double Bass 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 1

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis 3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Double Bass 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 2

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis 4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1
IV YEAR

Module 1 – Violin

1. Violin

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Violin

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 4

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Violin

 

Module 2 – Viola

1. Viola

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Viola

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 4

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Viola

 

Module  3 – Cello

1. Cello

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Cello

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 4

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Cello

 

Module 4 – Double Bass

1. Double Bass

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Double Bass

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for String Instruments 4

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Double Bass

Wind instruments

The Bachelor program in Wind Instruments – is a program that is primarily aimed to enable students for careers in pedagogy and performing art. As such, it is comparable to the study programs of wind musical instruments offered by other higher education institutions in our country and the countries of the European educational space. The purposefulness of this study program is reflected in its comprehensiveness and multiapplicability, i.e. the fact that it educates students for concert activities, for the participation in chamber ensembles, in orchestras and cultural institutions, as well as for pedagogical and creative work at primary music schools and to continue improvement at Master studies. Upon completion of this program, students are granted the title of Bachelor music artist – a flutist, clarinetist, hornist, with a total of 240 ECTS achieved.

I YEAR

1. Main subject –  Elective 1:

  • Flute 1
  • Clarinet 1
  • Horn 1

2. Chamber Music 1

3. Literature and Performance 1

4. Orchestra Sections 1

5. Orchestra 1

6. Solfeggio 1

7. History of Мusic 1

8. Sociology of Culture and Art 1

9. Elective subject – foreign language 1:

  • English  1
  • Italian 1

 

Module 1 – Flute

10. Flute 2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language:

  • English  2
  • Italian 2

 

Module 2 – Clarinet

10. Clarinet  2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language:

  • English  2
  • Italian 2

 

Module 3 Horn

10. Horn 2

11. Chamber Music 2

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Orchestra Sections 2

14. Orchestra 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. History of Мusic 2

17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

18. Elective subject – foreign language:

  • English  2
  • Italian 2
II YEAR

Module 1 Flute

1. Flute 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign:

  • English  3
  • Italian 3

10. Flute 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign llanguage language:

  • English  4
  • Italian 4

 

Module 2 Clarinet

1. Clarinet 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language:

  • English  3
  • Italian 3

10. Clarinet  4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language:

  • English  4
  • Italian 4

 

Module 3 Horn

1. Horn 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Orchestra Sections 3

5. Orchestra 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis  1

8. History of Мusic 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language:

  • English  3
  • Italian 3

10. Horn 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Orchestra Sections 4

14. Orchestra 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis  2

17. History of Мusic 4

18. Elective subject – foreign:

  • English  4
  • Italian 4
III YEAR

Module 1 Flute

1. Flute 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for Wind Instr.

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis  3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Flute 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for Wind

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis  4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 2
  • Ensemble Work 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 2

 

Module 2 Clarinet

1. Clarinet 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for Wind

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis  3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Clarinet 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for Wind

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis  4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

 

Module 3 Horn

1. Horn 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for Wind Instr.1

4. Orchestra Sections 5

5. Orchestra 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis  3

8. History of Мusic 5

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Horn  6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for Wind Instr. 2

13. Orchestra Sections 6

14. Orchestra 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis  4

17. History of Мusic 6

18. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1
IV YEAR

Module 1 Flute

1. Flute

2. Chamber Music

3. Teaching Methods for Wind instr. 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Flute

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for Wind instr. 4

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Flute

 

Module 2 Clarinet

1. Clarinet

2. Chamber Music

3. Teaching Methods for Wind Instr. 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Clarinet

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for Wind

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Clarinet

 

Module  3 Horn

1. Horn

2. Chamber Music

3. Teaching Methods for Wind Instr. 3

4. Orchestra Sections 7

5. Orchestra 7

6. Music Score Analysis 5

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Horn

10. Chamber Music 8

11. Teaching Methods for Wind Instr.4

12. Orchestra Sections 8

13. Orchestra 8

14. Music Score Analysis 6

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. Pedagogy 2

17. Final Exam – Horn 

Solo-singing

The aim of the Bachelor program in Solo-singing – is to educate a music teacher qualified to use practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of solo-singing and other practical and theoretical music and general education fields through creative application of educational work at primary music  schools. Accordingly, this study program aims to develop skills in teaching Methodology of Solo-singing and practical training for its successful performance. The goal of this program is forming a versatile music performer – a solo-singer able for solo concert activity and to participate in vocal, choral and vocal-instrumental ensembles, in cultural institutions and in public musical life. The diversity and comprehensiveness of the study program aim to obtain a new knowledge, the co-ordination and systematization of the acquired knowledge and experience in operational capability for the independent professional artistic work, as well as in the establishment of a complex approach to vocal literature, enabling a basic introduction to music education and a guidance to successfully continue their improvement at Master studies.

I YEAR

1. Solo Singing 1

2. Chamber Music 1

3. Acting 1

4. Piano 1

5. Solfeggio 1

6. Italian 1

7. History of Music 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Sociology of History and Art 1

10. Elective subject SJ 1:

  • English 1
  • History of Art 1

11. Solo Singing 2

12. Chamber Music 2

13. Acting 2

14. Piano 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. Italian 2

17. History of Music 2

18. Pedagogy 2

19. Sociology of History and Art 2

20. Elective subject SJ 2:

  • English 2
  • History of Art 2
II YEAR

1. Solo Singing 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Acting 3

4. Piano 3

5. Solfeggio 3

6. Italian 3

7. History of Music 3

8. Music Score Analysis 1

9. Elective subject SJ 3:

  • English3
  • History of Art 3

10. Solo Singing 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Acting 4

13. Piano 4

14. Solfeggio 4

15. Italian 4

16. History of Music 4

17. Music Score Analysis 2

18. Elective subject SJ 4:

  • English 4
  • History of Art 4
III YEAR

1. Solo Singing 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Teaching Methods for Solo Singing 1

4. Opera Studio 1

5. Piano 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Italian 5

8. Music Score Analysis 5

9. History of Music 5

10. Solo Singing 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Teaching Methods for Solo Singing 2

13. Opera Studio 2

14. Piano 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Italian 6

17. Music Score Analysis 6

18. History of Music 6

IV YEAR

1. Solo Singing 2. Elective Subject 1:

  • Chamber Music 7
  • Choir 1

3. Teaching Methods for Solo Singing 3

4. Opera Studio 3

5. Piano 7

6. Solfeggio 7

7. Italian 7

8. Music Score Analysis 5

9. Psychology of Art 1

10. Solo Singing

11. Elective subject 2:

  • Chamber Music 8
  • Choir 2

12. Teaching Methods for Solo Singing 4

13. Opera Studio 4

14. Piano 8

15. Solfeggio 8

16. Italian 8

17. Music Score Analysis 6

18. Psychology of Art 2

19. Final Exam

Guitar

The Bachelor Program in Guitar – is a program that is primarily aimed to enable students for careers in pedagogy and performing art. As such, it is comparable to the study programs of guitar offered by other higher education music institutions in our country and the countries of the European educational space. The purposefulness of this study program is reflected in its comprehensiveness and , multiapplicability. i.e the fact that it educates students for solo concert activities, for the participation in ensembles and cultural institutions, as well as pedagogical and creative work at primary music schools and to continue improvement at Master studies. Upon completion of this program, students are granted the title of Bachelor music artist- a guitarist with a total of 240 ECTS achieved.

I YEAR

1. Guitar 1

2. Chamber Music 1

3. Sight-Reading 1

4. Choir 1

5. Solfeggio 1

6. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 1

7. Counterpoint 1

8. History of Music 1

9. Sociology of Culture and Art 1

10. Elective subject – foreign language 1:

  • English 1
  • Italian 1

11. Guitar 2

12. Chamber Music 2

13. Sight-Reading 2

14. Choir 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 2

17. Counterpoint 2

18. History of Music 2

19. Sociology of Culture and Art  2

20. Elective subject – foreign language 2:

  • English 2
  • Italian 2
II YEAR

1. Guitar 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 1

4. Sight-Reading 3

5. Choir 3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Score Analysis 1

8. History of Music 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language 3:

  • English 2
  • Italian 2

10. Guitar 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Sight-Reading 4

14. Choir 4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Score Analysis 2

17. History of Music 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4:

  • English 4
  • Italian 4
III YEAR

1. Guitar 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Literature and Performance 3

4. Sight-Reading 5

5. Choir 5

6. Solfeggio 5

7. Music Score Analysis 3

8. History of Music 5

9. Elective subjet А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Guitar 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Literature and Performance 4

13. Sight-Reading 6

14. Choir 6

15. Solfeggio 6

16. Music Score Analysis 4

17. History of Music 6

18. Elective subjet А2:

  • Culture Management 2
  • Ensemble Work 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 3
IV YEAR

1. Guitar

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Guitar Teaching Methods 1

4. Choir 7

5. Music Score Analysis 5

6. Psychology of Art 1

7. Pedagogy 1

8. Guitar

9. Chamber Music 8

10. Guitar Teaching Methods 2

11. Choir 8

12. Music Score Analysis 6

13. Psychology of Art 2

14. Pedagogy 2

15. Final Exam

Accordion

The aim of the Bachelor program in Accordion – is to educate a music teacher qualified to use practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of accordion and other practical and theoretical music and general education fields through creative application of educational work at primary music schools. Accordingly, this study program aims to develop knowledge in the Methodology of teaching Accordion and practical training for its successful performance. The goal of this program is forming a versatile music performer – an accordionist able for solo concert activities and to take part in ensembles, cultural institutions and in public musical life. The diversity and comprehensiveness of the study program aim to obtain a new knowledge, the co-ordination and the systematization of the acquired knowledge and experience in operational capability for the independent professional artistic work, as well as in the establishment of a complex approach to the accordionist literature, enabling a basic introduction to music education and a guidance to successfully continue their improvement at Master studies.

I YEAR

1. Accordion 1

2. Chamber Music 1

3. Piano 1

4. Choir 1

5. Solfeggio 1

6. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 1

7. Counterpoint 1

8. History of Music 1

9. Sociology of Culture and Art 1

10. Elective subject – foreign language 1:

  • English 1
  • Italian 1

11. Accordion 2

12. Chamber Music 2

13. Piano

14. Choir 2

15. Solfeggio 2

16. Harmony and Harmonic Analysis 2

17. Counterpoint 2

18. History of Music 2

19. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

20. Elective subject – foreign language 2:

  • English 2
  • Italian 2
II YEAR

1. Accordion 3

2. Chamber Music 3

3. Literature and Performance 1

4. Piano 3

5. Choir  3

6. Solfeggio 3

7. Music Sore Analysis 1

8. History of Music 3

9. Elective subject – foreign language 3:

  • English 3
  • Italian 3

10. Accordion 4

11. Chamber Music 4

12. Literature and Performance 2

13. Piano 4

14. Choir  4

15. Solfeggio 4

16. Music Sore Analysis 2

17. History of Music 4

18. Elective subject – foreign language 4:

  • English 4
  • Italian 4
III YEAR

1. Accordion 5

2. Chamber Music 5

3. Accordion Teaching Methods 1

4. Sight-Reading 1

5. Piano 5

6. Choir  5

7. Solfeggio 5

8. Music Sore Analysis 5

9. History of Music 5

10. Accordion 6

11. Chamber Music 6

12. Accordion Teaching Methods 2

13. Sight-Reading 2

14. Piano 6

15. Choir  6

16. Solfeggio 6

17. Music Sore Analysis 6

18. History of Music 6

IV YEAR

1. Accordion

2. Chamber Music 7

3. Accordion Teaching Methods 3

4. Choir  7

5. Music Sore Analysis 5

6. Ethnomusicology 1

7. Psychology od Art 1

8. Pedagogy 1

9. Elective subject А1:

  • Culture Management 1
  • Ensemble Work 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1

10. Accordion

11. Chamber Music 8

12. Accordion Teaching Methods 4

13. Choir  8

14. Music Sore Analysis 6

15. Ethnomusicology 2

16. Psychology od Art 2

17. Pedagogy 2

18. Elective subject А2:

  • Culture Management 2
  • Ensemble Work 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 2

19. Final Exam

Percussion instruments

The aim of the Bachelor program in Percussion instruments is forming a music teacher for the practical application of acquired knowledge and skills in the field of percussion instruments, in pedagogical and creative work at primary music schools and schools of general education type. The goal of this study program is forming a versatile music performer able for solo artistic activity in orchestras and ensembles, cultural institutions and public musical life. The diversity and comprehensiveness of the study program aim to obtain a new knowledge, the co-ordination and systematization of the acquired knowledge and experience in operational capability for the independent professional artistic work, as well as in the establishment of a complex approach to the literature for percussion instruments, enabling a thorough introduction to music education and a guidance to successfully continue improvement at Master studies. Upon completion of this study program, students are granted the title of Bachelor music artist- a percussionist.

I YEAR
II YEAR
III YEAR
IV YEAR

DEPARTMENT OF VISUAL ARTS

Painting

The Bachelor program in Painting is a program primarily used to train students for careers in visual arts and pedagogy. As such, it is comparable to the study programs of painting offered by other higher visual art institutions in our country and the countries of the European educational space. The program is designed in compliance with the requirements of modern pedagogical practices that enable education of art teachers and versatile artists qualified to work in kindergartens, primary schools, as well as in interdisciplinary research and artistic teams and cultural institutions. The acquired knowledge is a prerequisite and a precondition for active participation in the artistic life and the continued advanced education at graduate academic studies. Upon completion of this program, students are granted the title of Bachelor artist – a painter.

I YEAR

1. Drawing – Study 1(1)

2. Printmaking 1(1)

3. Sculpture 1

4. Painting Technology 1

5. Plastic Anatomy 1

6. History of Art 1(1)

7. Psychology of Art 1

8. English 1

9. Drawing – Study 1(2)

10. Printmaking 1(2)

11. Sculpture 2

12. Painting Technology 2

13. Plastic Anatomy 2

14. History of Art 1(2)

15. Psychology of Art 2

16. English 2

II YEAR

1. Painting – Study 2(1)

2. Printmaking 2 (1)

3. Evening Nude 1

4. Painting Technology 3

5. Plastic Anatomy 3

6. History of Art 2(1)

7. Pedagogy 1

8. English 3

9. Painting – Study 2(2)

10. Printmaking 2 (2)

11. Evening Nude 2

12. Painting Technology 4

13. Plastic Anatomy 4

14. History of Art 2(2)

15. Pedagogy 2

16. English 4

III YEAR

1. Painting 3(1)

2. Drawing 3(1)

3. Printmaking 3(1)

4. History of Art 3(1)

5. Fine Arts Education Methods 1

6. Elective subject А1:

  • Anatomy in Art 1
  • Painting and Painting Techniques 1
  • Sculpture and Technology 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1
  • TV Photography 1
  • Culture Management 1

7. Elective subject B1:

  • Painting Technology 1
  • Introduction to Visual Arts 1
  • Book Design 1
  • Animation Basics 1
  • Contemporary Techniques of Printmaking 1
  • Calligraphy 1

8. Painting 3(2)

9. Drawing 3(2)

10. Graphics 3(2)

11. History of Art 3(2)

12. Fine Arts Education Methods 2

13. Elective subject А2:

  • Anatomy in Art 2
  • Painting and Painting Techniques 2
  • Sculpture and Technology 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 2
  • TV Production 2
  • Culture Management 2

14. Elective subject B2:

  • Painting Technology 2
  • Introduction to Visual Arts 2
  • Book Design 2
  • Animation Basics 2
  • Contemporary Techniques of Printmaking 2
  • Calligraphy 2
IV YEAR

1. Painting 4(1)

2. Drawing 4(1)

3. Mural Painting (1)

4. History of Art 4(1)

5. Elective subject C1

  • Anatomy in Art 1
  • Painting and Painting Techniques 1
  • Printmaking and Technology 1
  • Sculpture and Technology 1
  • Digital Sound Processing 1
  • Culture Management 1
  • Film Language 1

6. Elective subject D1

  • Painting Technology 1
  • Introduction to Visual Arts 1
  • Book Design 1
  • Digital Graphics 1
  • Calligraphy 1
  • Illustration 1
  • Nude 1

7. Painting 4(2)

8. Drawing 4(2)

9. Mural Painting(2)

10. History of Art 4(2)

11. Elective subject C2

  • Anatomy in Art 2
  • Painting and Painting Techniques 2
  • Printmaking and Technology 2
  • Sculpture and Technology 2
  • Digital Sound Processing 2
  • Culture Management 2
  • Film Language 2

12. Elective subject D2

  • Painting Technology 2
  • Introduction to Visual Arts 2
  • Book Design 2
  • Digital Graphics 2
  • Calligraphy 2
  • Illustration 2
  • Nude 2

DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ARTS

Graphic Design

The Bachelor program in Graphic Design – is a program designed to enable students to pursue careers in applied arts and pedagogy. As such, it is comparable to the study programs of graphic design offered by other higher education institutions of applied arts in our country and the countries of the European educational space. The program is designed in accordance with the requirements of modern pedagogical practices that enable the education of art teachers and versatile artists qualified to work in kindergartens, primary schools, as well as in interdisciplinary research teams, Graphic design and artistic teams, and in cultural institutions. The acquired knowledge is a prerequisite and a precondition for active participation in the artistic life and the continued advanced education at graduate academic studies. Upon completion of this program, students are granted the title of Bachelor artist of Applied arts.

I YEAR
  • 1. Drawing 12. Printmaking Basics 13. Photography 14. Script Basics 15. Freeform Design 16. Plastic Anatomy 17. History of Art 1(1)8. Sociology of Culture and Art 19. English 110. Drawing 2

    11. Printmaking Basics 2

    12. Photography 2

    13. Script Basics 2

    14. Freeform Design 2

    15. Plastic Anatomy 2

    16. History of Art1(2)

    17. Sociology of Culture and Art 2

    18. English 2

II YEAR
    • 1. Painting – Study 2(1)2. Printmaking 2 (1)3. Evening Nude 14. Painting Technology 35. Plastic Anatomy 36. History of Art 2(1)7. Pedagogy 18. English 39. Painting – Study 2(2)

      10. Printmaking 2 (2)

      11. Evening Nude 2

      12. Painting Technology 4

      13. Plastic Anatomy 4

      14. History of Art 2(2)

      15. Pedagogy 2

      16. English 4

III YEAR
  • 1. Painting 3(1)2. Drawing 3(1)3. Printmaking 3(1)4. History of Art 3(1)5. Fine Arts Education Methods 16. Elective subject А1
    • Anatomy in Art 1
    • Painting and Painting Techniques 1
    • Sculpture and Technology 1
    • Digital Sound Processing 1
    • TV Photography 1
    • Culture Management 1

    7. Elective subject B1

    • Painting Technology 1
    • Introduction to Visual Arts 1
    • Book Design 1
    • Animation Basics 1
    • Contemporary Techniques of Printmaking 1
    • Calligraphy 1

    8. Painting 3(2)

    9. Drawing 3(2)

    10. Graphics 3(2)

    11. History of Art 3(2)

    12. Fine Arts Education Methods 2

    13. Elective subject А2

    • Anatomy in Art 2
    • Painting and Painting Techniques 2
    • Sculpture and Technology 2
    • Digital Sound Processing 2
    • TV Production 2
    • Culture Management 2

    14. Elective subject B2

    • Painting Technology 2
    • Introduction to Visual Arts 2
    • Book Design 2
    • Animation Basics 2
    • Contemporary Techniques of Printmaking 2
    • Calligraphy 2
IV YEAR
  • 1. Painting 4(1)2. Drawing 4(1)3. Mural Painting (1)4. History of Art 4(1)5. Elective subject C1
    • Anatomy in Art 1
    • Painting and Painting Techniques 1
    • Printmaking and Technology 1
    • Sculpture and Technology 1
    • Digital Sound Processing 1
    • Culture Management 1
    • Film Language 1

    6. Elective subject D1

    • Painting Technology 1
    • Introduction to Visual Arts 1
    • Book Design 1
    • Digital Graphics 1
    • Calligraphy 1
    • Illustration 1
    • Nude 1

    7. Painting 4(2)

    8. Drawing 4(2)

    9. Mural Painting(2)

    10. History of Art 4(2)

    11. Elective subject C2

    • Anatomy in Art 2
    • Painting and Painting Techniques 2
    • Printmaking and Technology 2
    • Sculpture and Technology 2
    • Digital Sound Processing 2
    • Culture Management 2
    • Film Language 2

    12. Elective subject D2

    • Painting Technology 2
    • Introduction to Visual Arts 2
    • Book Design 2
    • Digital Graphics 2
    • Calligraphy 2
    • Illustration 2
    • Nude 2