MUSIC – DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMME
The programme aims to equip students with wide knowledge of music in general; however, in the event that students choose one particular direction, such as electroacoustic and computer music, theory and practice of modern popular music genres, ethnomusicology, history of music, composition, theory and practice of classical and baroque music, the programme will give them a relatively profound knowledge by teaching them the art of music in a wide historical, sociological, philosophical, esthetic and analytical context, as well as giving them a solid, academic basis and introducing them to theoretical basics of musical directions, primary principles and research methods. In addition, the programme helps students comprehend music as a multidisciplinary, international and multicultural form of art, as well as develop their creativity and analytical reasoning skills. The programme also aims to make music available to large number of students as well as to those who have formal music education.
verbal method, practical works, distance learning, the method of demonstrating, problem-based teaching, discussions, group and independent activities, creative projects, etc.
theatre and cinema, mass media, advertising, publishing houses and editorial offices, folk and church choirs, musical ensemble, art studios, private business, music schools, as well as secondary schools.