Undergraduate Degree in History and Science of Music

Our Degree in History and Science of Music offers music-related studies that are approached from a number of different perspectives: its history, philosophy, and importance in contemporary society. We also offer you the opportunity to study music from other cultures and countries, as well as current music trends. In four years, you will study the theoretical and practical aspects necessary to carry out a professional position in a variety of areas related to music.

One of the great advantages of studying music in Granada is the presence of a vast array of cultural events, music events, and festivals held throughout the year. 

While undertaking our Degree in History and Science of Music, you will be able to study the more traditional aspects of music studies, such as history, analysis, philosophy, theory and musical notation, as well as more innovative areas such as new technology, audio-visual mediums and urban music trends. 

These are some of the subjects you will have the chance to study on our degree: Introduction to Musicology: Methods and Techniques, Technical English for Musicology, History of Music in the, Al-Andalus, Music and New Technologies I, Musical, Acoustics, Flamenco and Folk Music, Jazz and Popular, Urban Music, Music and Secondary-Level Teaching, History of Music in the Cinema, Mediterranean Music.

Our Degree in History and Science of Music is ideal for acquiring the necessary qualifications to become a music teacher in Spanish secondary schools. Other career options include working in the media, at recording studios, at publishing houses, in communication sciences and documentation, archives and in music promotion centres.

ECTS Credits 240
Duration 4 academic years (September/October to June each year approximately)
Start Date Autumn
Language Spanish
Tuition Fees €757 (approximately)
Application Period June – September (approximately)
Offered by  Vice-Rector’s Office for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Teaching
How to apply Please visit the Applications and Admissions Section