Undergraduate Program

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Bachelor of Music

STIKMI’s bachelor’s degree program is one that is focused on real-world application. Every concentration is geared towards getting all our students into the ideal career they are hoping for. In an ever-so growing digital-based world, we now also integrate Music Technology into all our curriculum to help our students turn their dreams into reality. With our program, not only do you learn how to achieve personal goals, but we also strive to help you achieve your financial goals as well.

Major field of Study
Course work in music-related subjects
Ensemble / Chamber Music

The four-year Undergraduate program at STIKMI is designed for students with a high-school diploma who wish to study Instrumental Performance, Jazz & Pop,  Music Education, and Music Technology.

The program offers the aspiring professional musician rigorous curricula in performance and consists of four areas:

  • Major field of study
  • Course work in music-related subjects
  • Ensemble / Chamber Music
  • Humanities

The Bachelor of Music curriculum at STIKMI embraces not only the traditional conservatory subjects such as music history and music theory, but also an intensive humanities core, with an emphasis on technology as a base platform for career success.

Students learn to become artists, and arts leaders, with a deep knowledge of the world, and themselves.

Note: Prior experience is required to join a conservatory.


Areas of Concentration You may choose

This is our 4-year core program for musicians looking to pursue a career in classical music performance. The curriculum has been adapted from various conservatories in the world to bring you the best.

Jazz-Pop Performance is a 4-year Bachelor’s degree program for undergraduate musicians that are interested in exploring musicality in the Jazz and Pop genre. 

The music education program turns students into music educators of today and tomorrow. Participants of this program applies musical content and pedagogical practices that are innovative, contemporary, and relevant, to gain music literary that enable them to excel as educators and in turn help their students achieve full musical potential

Our latest program that offers participants a gateway to music industry. In this program, students will learn to compose, mix, finalize and market their music in our ever-digital world.

Excellence in Global Artistry

Course Offering 2020-21 Academic Year

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Solfeggio II

Solfege, also called “solfeggio” or “solfa,” is a system where every note of a scale is given its own unique syllable, which is used to sing that note every time it appears. A major or a minor scale has seven notes, and so the solfege system has seven basic syllables.

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Music Pedagogy IV

Required of all majors. Methods and materials for teaching individuals and classes of both children and adults. Two hours of demonstration and two hours of teaching each week.

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Music Theory III

Diatonic melody and harmony; two-part counterpoint. Aural skills, music reading, and keyboard.

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Continuation of atonal music and twelve-tone repertoires through analysis of selected compositions by Schoenberg, Berg, Webern, Varese, Boulez, Dallapiccola, Berio, Babbitt, and Carter. The course also surveys the related theoretic and analytic literature (Babbitt, Forte, Lewin and others).

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Music Repertoie II

Analysis of the different repertoire throughout different periods, including baroque, romantic, classical, contemporary, and modern eras.

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Music Seminar VIII

The course examines changes in musical scholarship vis-à-vis some major shifts in modern Western intellectual history: structuralism and its aftermath, Marxism, feminist thought, philosophical hermeneutics, theories of nationalism, postcoloniality, and others.