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(in Polish) Muzykologia, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia (WH-0053-2SO)

(in Polish: Muzykologia, stacjonarne drugiego stopnia)
second-cycle
full-time, 2 years
Language: Polish

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) Magisterium na muzykologii

Access to further studies:

education in doctoral school, postgraduate programmes

Professional status:

The study programme is designed for the holders of the first cycle of studies graduation diploma (licencjat), who have a serious interest and particular talents for academic research. In the course of his/her studies the graduate acquired qualifications in academic research in musicology, critical evaluation of music, musical editing and lexicography and in organizing musical life. Upon completion of an additional study programme preparing for the job of a teacher, he/she will become qualified to run classes on musical broadcasts and musical literature (in school of music of the 1st grade), as well as musical literature, the history of music and forms of music (in school of music of the 2nd grade).

Access requirements

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Candidates are admitted on the basis of the documents they submit.

Teaching standards

ATTENTION: this information may be not up to date. Valid admission requirements can be found on www.erk.uj.edu.pl

The completion of the programme of study ensures that the graduate met the learning outcomes defined in the act no 50/VI/2019 of the Senate of the Jagiellonian University of 26 June 2019 on adjusting study programmes beginning in the academic year 2019/2020 to the requirements set in the law of 20 July 2018 “Law on Higher Learning and Science” with later additions. The graduate possess the following qualifications in reference to knowledge, skills and social competences. KNOWLEDGE The graduate knows and understands; - on an advanced level the specific nature and methodology of research in musicology – this he/she can develop and creatively apply in professional work; - on an advanced level the relations between studies in music and other humanities, which allows him/her to integrate several perspectives appropriate for a few academic disciplines; - trends and schools existing in musicological studies, their achievements and literature in musicology; - on an advanced level musicological terminology in the changing historical perspective; - on an advanced level ontology and characteristic features of musical sources and editions of music; - on an advanced level methodology of research in musicology; - on an advanced level the views of theoreticians of music in a historical perspective; - historical and most current methods of analysis, interpretation, evaluation and problem categorization typical for particular musical works and composers’ views; - on an advanced level output and performance trends in traditional music; - on an advanced level trends and views in the aesthetics of music; - on an advanced level concepts and principles of copyright laws; - specialist music terminology in a foreign language; - on an advanced level the history of musical life, performance practice, artistic patronage, musical publishing houses and institutions of culture; - on an advanced level the activities and works of composers, specific nature of composing styles and techniques and musical genres. SKILLS The graduate is able - to collect musicological bibliography related to particular research questions and critically evaluate the literature of the discipline; to search for, analyze, evaluate and select information related to musicology on an advanced level, using written sound and electronic sources; - to formulate study questions in relation to his/her research; select appropriate tools to study different examples of musical culture; - to independently analyze and interpret a piece of music using the most current analytical methods and compare it with other pieces; - to independently analyze and interpret publications in musicology, draw synthetic conclusions and use them in his/her own works; - to critically analyze and compare ideas and views found in theory of music, use them creatively in his/her own works on musicology, to synthesize various views found in musicological literature with the conclusions of his/her own analyses of the products of musical culture; - to critically analyze and present views on the aesthetics of music in a wider, philosophical and historical context; - to use the acquired methods of analysis of pieces of music and texts on music in an independent research work and in popularizing his/her views; - to characterize and compare musical genres, styles and techniques of composition, types of folk music and of sources of music; - to chronologically sort the list of composers and performers and the products of musical culture in place them in a wider context; - to critically evaluate an academic text in musicology orally and in writing and to present the results of his/her independent analyses of the products of musical culture; - to independently gain knowledge related to the history of musical forms an genres, the aesthetics of music, ethnomusicology, methodology of musicological research, music editing, history of art on the basis of bibliography and other sources of information and his/her own musicological analyses; - to translate a text on musicology from a foreign language (fundamental for contemporary musicology) into Polish; - to select arguments in a convincing and justifiable way in a discussion on research questions in musicology; - to produce an advanced, comprehensive written work in Polish that meets the criteria of an academic text on musicology; - to produce a written text and an oral presentation on musicology in a foreign language (fundamental for contemporary musicology); - to produce and present orally and in a written form, in Polish and in a foreign language (fundamental for contemporary musicology) a text that popularizes music or knowledge of music; - to lead a team in his/her work, to collaborate with other researchers as a part of a team work and assume a leading role in a team; - to independently plan and carry out self-education throughout his/her life and guide others in that respect; - to communicate in a foreign language on the B2+ level as defined by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages and to use specialist terminology in a foreign language. SOCIAL COMPETENCES The graduate is ready - to critically evaluate his/her knowledge and skills and he/she understands well the need to self-educate throughout his/her own life; he/she is open to new ideas and interpretations and ready to change his views when confronted with new data or arguments; - to produce oral presentations or written works on musicology in a team, to report a problem, to find methods of solving it and to lead a discussion; - to organize his/her own work in a effective way, to critically evaluate the degree of its sophistication and to participate in a discussion on the evaluation of the work progress of others; - to responsibly share knowledge and information, to be academically integral and reliable and to use honest arguments in an academic debate; - to protect Polish and world heritage of music and to appreciate the role of musicologists in this respect; he/she is aware of the significant role of music in social life and in human development; - to actively participate in cultural life, to follow current musical and cultural events, using a variety of media; - to use honest standards and guidelines in producing academic text; - to collaborate on organizing and preparing cultural events, including musical festivals; - to collaborate on organizing and preparing cultural events, including musical festivals, celebratory feasts and competitions popularizing knowledge of music.