Music (teaching subject)
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General goals of the study program
The goal of the partial course of study in music for the teaching profession is the profession-related training of music teachers. It is based on an open concept of music, which takes into account the diversity of musical phenomena (art music of the past and present, popular music, music of other cultures) as well as the heterogeneous social practice of music (making one's own music; music as a partial cultural medium of identification, especially among young people; everyday contact with mass media music; production and distribution of music, etc.).
Accordingly, the module examination regulations are based on a competence profile that interlocks scientific and artistic perspectives in such a way that students are enabled to teach music in a target group-oriented and appropriate manner.
Tips for studying music
- Courses for the music major are generally held at Holländischer Platz (HoPla).
- A musical aptitude test must be passed before starting the study program.
- On the study program pages you will find information on the application process for the subject music as well as on the structure of the study program.
- A detailed description of the subject can be found in the current examination regulations.
Information and advice
Go link of this page: www.uni-kassel.de/go/laf_musik