Select Page
Music
BMus
Bachelor of Music
Explore your passion and work with talented classmates and professionals to gain the skills you need for a career in performance or music education
Music at EUC
The Bachelor of Music at EUC brings together those whose passion is music and whose ambitions are to make a career out of doing what they love. Our students are exposed to artistic and scientific aspects of music in areas such as conducting, composition, musicology, music therapy and music education with teachers who hold international distinctions.   Our faculty and students perform side-by-side and participate in major local, European and international music collaborations in a variety of genres from Jazz to Classical, Rock to Alternative. Students take first instrument courses throughout their studies, participate in chamber or large ensembles and take part in festivals, international conferences and Erasmus exchanges.  The Music program equips students with the knowledge and skills required for further study at the postgraduate level or for careers as music teachers and professional musicians in solo and ensemble performance contexts.

Program Summary

Languages: English
Duration:4 years
Mode of Study:On Campus
ECTS:240

Our graduates work in:

  • Music Performance
  • Composition
  • Music Education
  • Music Management

Interested in applying?

Admission Process

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Student Housing

TALK TO A CURRENT STUDENT
1
Degree RequirementsECTS
2
General Education Requirements
6
3
Core Requirements186
4
Music Electives36
5
Free Electives12
6
Total Requirements240

Bachelor – Music

1
General Education Requirements6 ECTS
2
CodeCourse TitleECTS
3
ENA102English Language III6
1
Core Requirements186 ECTS
2
CodeCourse TitleECTS
3
MPR110Applied Primary Study I3
4
MPR115Applied Primary Study II3
5
MPR140Applied Secondary Study I*2
6
MPR145Aural Skills I4
7
MPR150Applied Secondary Study II2
8
MPR155Aural Skills II4
9
MPR160Principles of Ensemble Playing3
10
MPR200Conducting6
11
MPR210Applied Primary Study III3
12
MPR215Applied Primary Study IV3
13
MPR240Applied Secondary Study III2
14
MPR245Aural Skills III4
15
MPR255Aural Skills IV4
16
MPR310Advanced Applied Primary Study I4
17
MPR315Advanced Applied Primary Study II4
18
MPR250Applied Secondary Study IV2
19
MPR345Chamber Ensemble I2
20
MPR320Chamber Ensemble II2
21
MPR405Chamber Ensemble III2
22
MPR410Advanced Applied Primary Study III4
23
MPR415Concert Exam6
24
MPR420Recital6
25
MTC100Music in Practice I: Rudiments of Music6
26
MTC120Music in Practice II: Diatonic Harmony6
27
MTC110Fundamental Music Skills3
28
MTC115Music Appreciation6
29
MTC105Music Technology6
30
MTC205Introduction to Forms6
31
MTC200Music in Practice III: Chromatic Harmony6
32
MTC215
Music in Practice IV: Introduction to Composition
3
33
MTC210Instrumentation and Arranging6
34
MTC300Composition6
35
MTC420Composition Portfolio6
36
MHI200Music History I: Ancient to Baroque6
37
MHI205Music History II: Classical to Modern6
38
MHI300Music History III: Twentieth century and Beyond6
39
MHI420Senior Thesis6
40
MHI305Contemporary Music of Greece and Cyprus6
41
MUE100Introduction to Music Education6
42
MUE300Music in Early Childhood6
43
MUE310Contemporary Music Teaching6
44
MUE200
Instrumental Methods and Rehearsal Techniques
3
45
MUE420Music Practicum6
46
47
48
*Students whose primary study is not piano, should take the following class piano series instead of MPR140,150,240,340: Applied Secondary Study I-IV.
49
Applied Secondary Study I-IV 8
50
CodeCourse TitleECTS
51
MPR165 Class Piano I2
52
MPR170Class Piano II2
53
MPR260Class Piano III2
54
MPR265Class Piano IV2
55
56
Membership to Large Ensembles (MPR120) consists of Concert Choir (Section A), Symphonic Band (Section B) and Jazz Ensemble (Section C). At least two of the six semesters of Large Ensemble should be in Concert Choir.
57
58
Large Ensemble (Seminars)
59
CodeCourse TitleECTS
60
MPR120Large Ensemble-
61
62
Specific Admission Requirements
63
Prospective students applying for admission to the B.Mus. Program are required to go through an audition as well as an interview to prove that they have both the practical and theoretical skills to complete it. During the audition, the candidate has to perform three works on his/her primary instrument and answer to practical skills questions (aural skills, music rudiments).
1
Music Electives36 ECTS
2
Students choose any six (6) courses from the below categories:
3
Music Education and Music Therapy
4
CodeCourse TitleECTS
5
MUE320Teaching Music in an Intercultural Context6
6
MUE325Music Therapy and Special Music Education6
7
MUE330
Creativity and Improvisation in Music Teaching and Learning
6
8
MUE335Informal Music Learning Approaches6
9
MUE340Community Music and Well-being6
10
Composition and Musicology
11
CodeCourse TitleECTS
12
MTC315Counterpoint6
13
MTC320Music Technology II6
14
MTC325Creative Orchestration and Composition Techniques6
15
MTC330Elements of Jazz6
16
MTC335Advanced Jazz Harmony6
17
Performance
18
CodeCourse TitleECTS
19
MPR350Advanced Conducting6
20
MPR355Skills for the Contemporary Musician6
21
MHI310Ethnomusicology6
22
MHI315Music Figures and Masterpieces6
23
MHI320Jazz, Rock and Popular Music6
24
Other Topics
25
CodeCourse TitleECTS
26
MUS402Special Topics in Music6
27
MUS403Current Issues in Music6
1
Free Electives12 ECTS
2
(Any course listed on the prospectus of the University)
Click here to view the teaching personel