Faculty Faculty of Education (FPE)
Study programme Specialization in Pedagogy (B7507)
Branch of study Propagation of Music (7507R087/0 - 1)
Level of acquired qualification Bachelor
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 3 years
Number of ECTS credits 180
Qualification awarded Bachelor (Bc.)
Access to further studies Master study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Sirotek Vladimír, PaedDr. CSc.
Email: sirotek@kch.zcu.cz
Phone: 37763 6007
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Key learning outcomes The graduates prove knowledge and understanding of the musical praxeological methods, understanding all the music genres and their evolution, genre overlaps and postmodern combinations. The graduates will acquire a basic knowledge of music history and its current state of knowledge, as well as knowledge of the methodology of today's concept of music history. They are able to carry out a production assessment of a specified composition with analytical elements and economic findings. They are able to take a critical attitude towards interpretative and compositional creations of different style and genre focus, and they express their aesthetic and sociological impact. They carry out the educational and other music popularization activities for the widest possible public. They are able to independently search for important information relating to the examined issues, to study professional literature, to interpret it and apply it on the solution to the chosen topic from the field of organization of musical life, and they are also able to draw up a more extensive skilled text. On the basis of apperception of musical creations there form professional and taste attitudes that continually develop and form in confrontation with the position of the teachers and classmates. On the ground of above-mentioned process they are able to express their own opinion and apply it on the solution of a musical praxeological problem. The graduates are able to assess their communication disposition and develop their communication skills, means of nonverbal communication, to collect and critically analyse information in team, formulate arguments and publicly present, evaluate teamwork. They are able to formulate and modify their professional communication according to the situation and focus. They have competence in one of four offered foreign languages on the level B2. They are able to publish music information in media.
Specific admission requirements Passing a written entrance examination
Specific provisions for recognition of prior learning General Rules for the Recognition of Previous Studies
Qualification requirements and regulations 180 ECTS credits, Bachelor Thesis, Final State Examination
Profile of the programme This study programme is designed as an academic one. It consists of blocks of theoretical courses dealing with the field of music theory, history of music and pop-music. At the same time, it comprises a block/blocks of courses focusing on exploiting theoretical background in practice and on acquiring skills that the graduate can apply in various positions, for example, a specialist in administrative and cultural institutions, art agencies, media. The programme also includes practical training/study mobility/internship. This study programme is designed to equip the future graduate with theoretical background and skills necessary for study in a follow-up Master's study programme in a related field of study, namely teacher of music. In addition, after successfully completing this study programme, the graduate can apply for positions in various fields, such as a specialist in administrative and cultural institutions, art agencies, media.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples educational field, cultural field
Branch of study guarantor Kuhn Tomáš, Doc. Mgr. Ph.D.
Course list by year of study and semester
1. year 2. year 3. year
Winter Summer Winter Summer Winter Summer
KHK/HNO1 (3)
KHK/HMP (5)
KHK/HUP (3)
KHK/HHAR1 (5)
KHK/HPC (3)
KHK/DEH1 (5)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 24
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 6
KHK/HUF1 (2)
KHK/SBZ1 (2)
UJP/RB1 (2)
UJP/NB3 (2)
UJP/AB3 (2)
KHK/HNO2 (2)
KČJ/KJPH (2)
KHK/OHR1 (3)
KHK/HHAR2 (4)
KHK/SKDR2 (6)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 17
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 13
KHK/DEH2 (2)
KHK/SBZ2 (2)
UJP/AB4 (2)
UJP/RB2 (2)
UJP/NB4 (2)
KHK/GPOK1 (4)
KHK/DEH3 (3)
KHK/OHR2 (4)
KHK/HHAR3 (4)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 15
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 15
KHK/HUF2 (3)
UJP/RB3 (2)
KHK/SBZ3 (2)
UJP/AB5 (2)
KHK/OHZ1 (2)
UJP/NB5 (2)
KHK/HVP1 (2)
KHK/SKDR4 (4)
KHK/UPS (3)
KHK/HHAR4 (4)
KHK/OHR3 (4)
KHK/GPOK2 (4)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 19
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 11
KHK/SBZ4 (2)
UJP/RA (4)
UJP/AA (4)
UJP/NA (4)
KHK/HVP2 (2)
KHK/OHR4 (4)
KHK/HOD (3)
KHK/SKDR5 (4)
KHK/BP1 (6)
KHK/GPOK3 (6)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 23
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 7
KHK/PNA (2)
KHK/SBZ5 (2)
KHK/OHZ1 (2)
KHK/HKR (2)
KHK/OHZ3 (2)
KHK/HVP3 (2)
KHK/HDR (2)
KHK/CNHV (3)
KHK/SZB (0)
KHK/BP2 (6)
Sum of ECTS credits
for compulsory courses 11
From the following group of courses and from the list of optional courses student has to register for sufficient number of courses so that the sum of their ECTS credits is 19
KHK/PNA (2)
KHK/OHZ2 (2)
KHK/SBZ6 (2)
Total 60 credits Total 60 credits Total 60 credits
Total 180 credits