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Information

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Alumni

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Bibliothek

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Förderergesellschaft

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Internationale Beziehungen

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IT-Support

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Netzwerk Musikhochschulen

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Künstlerisches Betriebsbüro (KBB)

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Präsidium

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Studium

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MHLmail

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wir vermitteln
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Johannes Fischer
Professor für Schlagzeug

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Julia Pschedezki
Studentin Gesang

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Sabine Meyer
Professorin für Klarinette

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Konrad Elser
Professor für Klavier

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Charles Duflot
Student Cello

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Bernd Ruf
Professor für Popularmusik

bachelor of arts

The eight-semester Bachelor of Arts programme "Music Education" is aimed at applicants who wish to study music as a teaching profession with a second subject or music as a double subject. During the programme, artistic, pedagogical and scientific competences are acquired in a practice-oriented manner. With the Bachelor of Arts degree, the Master of Education "Music Education" can be studied as a prerequisite for a teacher traineeship at grammar schools.

Second subject
In the second subject option, a further teaching subject is studied at a cooperating university:

Double subject
With the double-subject variant, a profile is chosen at the MHL which deals with musical skills in depth and in some cases enables additional professional qualifications. The following profiles are offered:

Course contents
The Bachelor of Arts programme "Music Education" offers a wide-ranging artistic, music pedagogical and musicological education and is characterised by close networking of the individual subject areas as well as practical relevance.

In addition to the main artistic subject, students are trained in applied piano playing, classical singing, pop singing and the playing of other optional instruments. In various events on school music-making practice, music-making with many different school instruments is practically tested and arranging for variable instrumentations is learned. The choir and orchestra conducting classes train students to lead groups. Improvisation, ensemble and chamber music, big band, chamber choir and university choir offer versatile opportunities to try out making music together with students from other degree programmes. Other offers such as acting, physical training, dance and foreign languages round off the programme.

Music education and educational science are an integral part of the degree programme and are deepened in seminars at the MHL as well as in inter-university programmes. Theoretical, scientific and practical music content is directly related to teaching. Internships are directly integrated into the study structure in the Bachelor's and also in the Master's programme and are prepared and accompanied in special seminars. In self-developed interdisciplinary projects inside and outside the university, students apply their specialist knowledge independently. The study programme is enriched by international excursions.

Students acquire sound specialist knowledge in the areas of classical and popular music. In small groups they receive lessons in music theory and ear training and deal with topics in musicology in lectures and seminars. Here they learn the basics that enable them to work independently and teach on the basis of musicology.

Study schedules
The study schedules provides information on the courses to be taken within the modules as well as the number of semester hours per teaching unit. Module descriptions with further information such as examination modalities can be accessed there via the blue "Info Button".

LINKS

»Teaching Music« at the MHL

Learn more about the music studies in Lübeck: In just over seven minutes, students of the degree programme show why "Teaching Music" is written in capital letters at the MHL. Only available in German.

contact

Centre for Teacher Education
Große Petersgrube 21
23552 Lübeck

Head
Prof. Dr. Annette Ziegenmeyer
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Mail to Mrs. Prof. Dr. Ziegenmeyer

 

Secretariat of Study at the MHL
Große Petersgrube 4
23552 Lübeck 

Christian v. Streit
102a

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Mail to the Secretariat of Study