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1 Curriculum for the Bachelor Programme in Music (music production)

2 Contents Introduction... 3 General provisions Title, entrance requirements, admission Aims and learning outcomes Structure and subject areas Assessment... 7 Other provisions... 9 Subject descriptions Artistic development work Bachelor Project Music education & learning Special subject Music analysis and composition Cultural and business studies Electives...16 For students commenced in 2016 or later 2/16

3 Introduction This curriculum for the Bachelor of Music programme (music production) has been compiled pursuant to section 27 of Executive Order no. 619 of 10 June 2014 on Study Programmes at the Academies of Music and the Opera Academy (the Education Order) and section 20 of Executive Order no of 11 December 2009 on Marking Scales and Other Forms of Assessment at Certain Educational Institutions under the Danish Ministry of Culture (the Assessment Order). The curriculum shall enter into force on 14 September 201 and shall apply to all undergraduates who commence their study programmes in 2016 or later. For students commenced in 2016 or later 3/16

4 General provisions 1 Title, entrance requirements, admission 1.1 Title The study programme conveys the right to use the Danish title bachelor i musik (BMus) (musikproduktion). In English, the title is Bachelor of Music (BMus) (music production). 1.2 Entrance requirements The entrance requirement for the Bachelor study programme is a passed entry audition. The decision on whether to admit an applicant is taken by the Conservatory on the basis of a concrete assessment of the applicant s abilities and The requirements of the music profession are also taken into consideration during admission. 1.3 Rules for admission Application for admission must be made via the website The Conservatory lays down detailed rules on the form and content of the admission procedure. Within these rules, the Conservatory lays down further detailed rules on the form and content of the entry audition. Information on the form and content of the entry audition is available at the Conservatory s website. 2 Aims and learning outcomes 2.1 Programme aims The Bachelor programme qualifies the student for work as a music producer within contemporary rhythmic music, and to work as a music teacher. The Bachelor programme is a discrete study programme that provides students with a foundation to pursue further studies at Master s level. 2.2 Programme learning outcomes Pursuant to the applicable Danish qualifications framework for programmes of higher education, the learning outcomes for the study programme are formulated in three general categories: Knowledge, which refers to the student s knowledge and understanding; Skills, which refer to the student s central abilities; Competencies, which describe the student s personal and independent application of knowledge and The learning outcomes indicate the student s expected benefit at the conclusion of the learning process, and focus on learning and on each student s learning results, rather than on the intention of a particular teaching or teacher. For students commenced in 2016 or later 4/16

5 At the conclusion of the Bachelor programme, it is expected that the student will have achieved the following learning outcomes at a fundamental level: Skills The student must: be capable, as a music producer, of creating and communicating music and musical experiences borne by an independent artistic expression; be capable of developing and practising artistically-based teaching; possess skills in music production, and other technical skills, that develop and support the student s artistic and educational profile; be capable of developing, planning, implementing and evaluating projects, both as a project owner and as a partner; be able to assess artistic, communicative and educational challenges and substantiate and select qualified, creative expressions and solutions; be able to place one s own artistic practice in a national and international context; be capable of communicating reflections on artistic processes and educational processes and results to both colleagues and non-specialists; be able to apply and relate knowledge of current cultural trends and the conditions of the musical life to one s own professional practice Knowledge The student must: possess knowledge of practices and methods within artistic development work; be capable of reflecting on both artistic and educational processes and results; possess knowledge of musical elements, structures and contexts; be familiar with key didactic and learning concepts and theories, and with practices in teaching possess knowledge of artistic and cultural issues in relation to musical life; possess insight into current cultural trends, the music profession, and the conditions that apply to professional work Competencies The student must: be able to handle complex and development-oriented situations in educational or work contexts; be able to independently engage in professional and interdisciplinary collaborations and networks; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and For students commenced in 2016 or later /16

6 3 Structure and subject areas 3.1 Study plan The Bachelor programme corresponds to 180 ECTS points, equivalent to three years of full-time study. A year of full-time study includes teaching, independent study, tests and all other study-related activities. The locations of the subjects and projects, and their ECTS values, are shown in the figure below. BMus, music production 1st year 2nd year 3rd year Professional areas Subject 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS per sem. sem. sem. sem. sem. sem. subject Artistic Development Work Main subject Bachelor Project Music Education & Learning Special subject Music Analysis and Supplementary 20 Composition subjects Cultural and Business Studies 1 Electives 1 ECTS, total Course registration The programme is organised in a progressive academic sequence, and each student is automatically registered for courses in accordance with the programme curriculum In special cases, the Conservatory may permit students to take courses and examinations corresponding to up to 30 ECTS in a Master s programme. 3.3 Prerequisites Any special prerequisites will be set out in the course plan for the specific subject or project. 3.4 Organisation of the teaching The teaching is mainly provided within a particular year group; however, the subjects and projects may also be provided in classes of students drawn from various years and/or study programmes. Before a year of study commences, a course plan is compiled for each subject or project. For each subject or project, the course plan contains information on its organisation, credits, premises and equipment, and class composition. In subjects where assessment is based on attendance at classes, etc., the course plan will include specific requirements towards assignment submissions and/or presentations. The course plan is by the Principal, and may be viewed on the Conservatory s intranet at the start of the. For students commenced in 2016 or later 6/16

7 4 Assessment 4.1 Aim The aim of assessment is to evaluate whether, and to what extent, the student s qualifications comply with the programme s learning outcomes. 4.2 Rules for assessment At RMC, assessment can take place in two ways: A. Via tests at which the student s proficiency is assessed by teachers, possibly supplemented by external examiners. B. Through attendance at classes, etc., where the student s proficiency may be assessed in two ways: B1. Assessment made by the teacher at the end of the course, on the basis of compulsory assignments and/or presentations. The assessment is carried out in accordance with the learning outcomes for the subject. If a subject is composed of several independent courses, assessment is carried out at the end of each course, taking into account the location of the course in relation to the subject's progression. Specific requirements towards assignments and/or presentations are set out in the subject s course plan. The assessment awarded is:. B2. In some courses, assessment is based solely on the student s documented attendance. The assessment awarded is:. 4.3 Other provisions All subjects must be passed before a diploma can be issued for a successfully completed study programme. Students who depart the study programme without completing it are entitled to documentation indicating in ECTS points the parts of the study programme that have been passed. The programme is organised in a progressive sequence, and each student is automatically registered for assessment in accordance with the student s location in the study programme. For information on other rules governing assessment through examinations, class attendance, etc., please see the Conservatory's intranet. 4.4 First-year assessment The Conservatory will automatically register the student for the first-year assessment prior to the end of the second after commencing the programme. In order to continue the Bachelor programme, the student must pass the first-year assessment before the end of the fourth. The Conservatory may grant exemptions from this provision under special circumstances. In the Bachelor programme, the first-year assessment is held at the end of the second in the subject Artistic Development Work. For students commenced in 2016 or later 7/16

8 4. Examination overview Subject ECTS Location Artistic Development Work Music Education & Learning Bachelor Project 20 Special subject Music Analysis & Composition Cultural & Business Studies Electives st 2nd 3rd 4th th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 6th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 1st 2nd th 3rd 4th th Mode of assessment Assessment Examination status Moderation Concluding Concluding Concluding Concluding Concluding Concluding Concluding Concluding External External External External External External For students commenced in 2016 or later 8/16

9 4.6 Calculation of standard pages Where subject descriptions refer to the size of the syllabus or written assignments, the pages referred to are in all cases standard pages of 2,400 characters (including spaces). The front cover, table of contents, pictures/graphs, bibliography and appendices do not count towards the size of the written assignments. Written assignments may deviate from the specified number of pages by at most +/- 10%. Other provisions.1 Language The language of instruction is usually Danish, but teachers may provide teaching in English to individuals or small groups as necessary. The Conservatory also offers selected courses in English. The course plan will state the language in which each of the courses is taught. Non-Danish-speaking students may choose to write their assignments or take their examinations in one of the other Scandinavian languages, or in English..2 Rules for internship Any internship elements in the study programme are described in the subject descriptions and course plans for the subjects..3 Rules for credit transfer.3.1 Equivalence Approved programme elements taken at an academy that offers a study programme under the Education Order are equivalent to corresponding programme elements at other academies that offer the same programme of study..3.2 Credit agreement Credit for programme elements may be obtained under the academies joint credit agreement..3.3 Other credit Study programme elements passed as part of another non-completed Danish or foreign course of higher education may substitute for study programme elements covered by the Education Order, subject to the decision of the Conservatory in each individual instance, or in accordance with rules laid down by the Conservatory..4 Disciplinary measures Students at Rhythmic Music Conservatory are subject to the Conservatory s rules of conduct. Students are required to be familiar with and keep themselves informed of the rules. The rules of conduct may be viewed on the Conservatory s intranet.. Attendance Attendance is compulsory at tuition and related activities at the Conservatory. The Conservatory shall lay down specific regulations for procedures and sanctions towards students who fail to observe the Conservatory s rules for attendance. The rules for attendance may be viewed on the Conservatory's intranet..6 Evaluation The study programme is subject to continuous evaluation through systematic evaluation procedures. The Conservatory shall lay down the specific procedures for the evaluations..7 Exemptions The Conservatory may grant exemptions from any rules in the curriculum that are determined solely by the Conservatory. For students commenced in 2016 or later 9/16

10 6 Artistic Development Work Subject descriptions 6.1 ECTS credits 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to develop the student s artistic profile with a view to work as a music producer. Artistic development work is the work that a music producer performs when creating music and music experiences. For the music producer, Artistic Development Work consists of studio and live productions, including recording, editing, mixing, programming, composition, songwriting, arranging, etc. It also includes reflection on the artistic process, context and result. The subject of Artistic Development Work takes its starting-point in the artist as project owner and comprises the central element of the programme, in which the student, in a process and product-oriented practice, develops an independent artistic expression as a music producer. 6.3 Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: be capable, as a music producer, of creating and communicating music and musical experiences borne by an independent artistic expression; possess skills in music production, and other technical skills, that develop and support the student s artistic and educational profile; be capable of developing, planning, implementing and evaluating artistic projects as a project owner; possess knowledge of practices and methods within artistic development work; be able to assess artistic and communicational challenges, choose qualified, creative forms of expression, and make and justify artistic choices; be able to place one s own artistic practice in a national and international context; be able to apply and relate knowledge of current cultural trends and the conditions of the music profession to one s own professional practice; be able to reflect critically on artistic processes and results; be able to communicate reflections on artistic processes and results to colleagues and non-specialists; be able to handle complex and development-oriented situations in educational or work contexts; be able to independently engage in professional and interdisciplinary collaborations and networks; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 6.4 Content 6. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 10/16

11 7 Bachelor Project 7.1 ECTS credits 1st sem. 2nd sem. 3rd sem. 4th sem. th sem. 6th sem. ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to provide the student with knowledge of and skills in independent project work. The Bachelor project is the concluding project in the study programme, in which the student develops and carries out an extensive project. In the Bachelor Project, the student studies a topic that falls within the field of the main subject, Artistic Development Work. In this work, students apply and utilise their overall professional skills, knowledge and competencies. Students are thus given the opportunity to give their Bachelor study programmes an individual profile, and the project can thereby serve as an indicator in relation to the student s future career and educational choices. 7.3 Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: be able to develop, plan, implement and evaluate a large, independent project within a topic of the student s choice that falls within the field of the subject Artistic Development Work; possess skills in music production, and other technical skills, that support the project; be able to assess artistic and communicative challenges and substantiate and select qualified, creative expressions and solutions; be able to apply and relate knowledge of current cultural trends and the conditions of the music profession to one s own professional practice; be able to reflect critically on artistic processes and results; be able to communicate reflections on artistic processes and results to colleagues and non-specialists; be able to handle complex and development-oriented situations in educational or work contexts; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 7.4 Content 7. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 11/16

12 8 Music Education & Learning 8.1 ECTS credits 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to develop the student s ability to practise music teaching in the broadest sense. In the subject Music Education & Learning, the student alternates between practical experience and reflection in order to develop a didactic practice which is based on the student s artistic and creative profile. In this work, students apply and utilise their overall professional skills, knowledge and competencies in both set and self-defined projects, in an agreed academic progression. 8.3 Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: be capable of developing and practising artistically-based teaching; be capable of developing, planning, implementing and evaluating educational projects, both as a project owner and as a partner; be able to assess pedagogical and communicative challenges and substantiate and select qualified, creative expressions and solutions; be able to apply and relate knowledge of current cultural trends and the conditions of musical life to one s own professional practice; possess familiarity with key concepts and theories in education and learning, and with practices in teaching; be able to reflect critically on educational processes and results; be able to communicate reflections on educational processes and results to colleagues and nonspecialists; be able to handle complex and development-oriented situations in educational or work contexts; be able to independently engage in professional and interdisciplinary collaborations and networks; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 8.4 Content 8. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 12/16

13 9 Special Subject 9.1 ECTS credits 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to develop professional skills within music production and sound engineering that support the student s artistic and educational profile. The student s development in the subject is viewed in close association with studies in the subjects Artistic Development Work and Music Education & Learning, in which product and project-oriented practice constitute an important driver. 9.3 Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: 9.4 Content be capable of creating, practising and communicating music and musical experiences borne by an independent artistic expression; possess skills in music production and sound engineering that develop and support the student s artistic and educational profile; be able to assess artistic and communicative challenges and substantiate and select qualified, creative expressions and solutions; be able to place one s own artistic practice in a national and international context; be able to handle complex and development-oriented situations in educational or work contexts; be able to independently engage in professional and interdisciplinary collaborations and networks; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 8. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 13/16

14 10 Music Analysis and Composition 10.1 ECTS credits 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to develop the student s ability to analyse and work with the basic elements of music in order to create their own works. The subject Music Analysis & Composition focuses on a wide variety of aspects of the work of composing and structuring notes, tones, rhythms, sounds and texts, on the basis of analysis of the student s own works and those of others not only in order to produce new compositions, but equally in order to learn to arrange and produce them, as well as to reflect on, interpret and discuss one s own music and that of others. This work is supported by the development of the student s knowledge of and skills in the basic musical elements melody, harmony and rhythm and by the student s knowledge of their interrelationships. The teaching takes place with respect for each student s musical standpoint, with the goal of achieving fruitful development in the individual student s compositional potential, as well as, through theoretical and practical work, developing the student s knowledge of and skills in the basic musical elements. The student s development in the subject is viewed in association with studies in the subjects Artistic Development Work and Music Education & Learning, in which product and project-oriented practice constitute an important driver Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: possess musical, instrumental/vocal and/or other professional skills within one or more subjects that develop and support the student s artistic and educational profile; be able to assess artistic, communicative and educational challenges and substantiate and select qualified, creative expressions and solutions; possess knowledge of musical elements, structures and contexts; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 10.4 Content 10. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 14/16

15 11 Cultural and Business Studies 10.1 ECTS credits 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to equip the student with knowledge of the music business and the conditions that provide the framework for the student s professional career as a composer or songwriter. The subject focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of cultural and business conditions, in order to stimulate reflective competencies. Work is also done in the subject to develop the student s entrepreneurial The student s development in the subject is viewed in association with studies in the subjects Artistic Development Work and Music Education & Learning, in which product and project-oriented practice constitute an important driver Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: possess professional skills within Cultural and Business Studies that support the student s artistic and educational profile; possess knowledge of artistic and cultural issues in relation to musical life; possess insight into current cultural trends, the music profession, and the conditions that apply to professional work. be able to apply and relate knowledge of current cultural trends and the conditions of musical life to one s own professional practice; be able to independently engage in professional and interdisciplinary collaborations and networks; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 11.4 Content 11. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 1/16

16 12 Electives 12.1 ECTS credits 1st 2nd 3rd 4th th 6th ECTS, total Aim The aim of the subject is to support the development of the student s profile as a composer or songwriter, and to supplement this profile with other relevant professional skills in order to create a comprehensive, individual portfolio. Through a broad, interdisciplinary range of courses, the elective subject focuses on developing the students professional skills through specialised optional modules located within or outside the range of subjects offered by the study programme, and which continue throughout the study programme. The student s development in the subject is viewed in association with his or her progression in the main subjects of the study programme, Artistic Development Work and Music Education & Learning Learning outcomes At the conclusion of the subject, the student must: possess professional skills that develop and support the student s artistic and educational profile; be capable of identifying one s own learning needs and independently acquiring new knowledge and 12.4 Content 12. Assessment For students commenced in 2016 or later 16/16

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