Dissertation in Musical Arts


It is intended that the student will:
1. Acquire linguistic, methodological and cultural skills, allowing students to develop their academic
performance or start a professional career in the field.
2. Formulate relevant research problems, test methods and develop hypotheses, be able to synthesize existing
knowledge in this scientific field, and to produce original results worthy of publication.
3. Learn how to organise ideas and present results in a clear and rigorous way.

General characterization





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The student can only enroll in the dissertation, project or internship of the second cycle, after having enrolled and satisfactorily completed all curricular units from study plan (60 ECTS).


Depende da natureza da investigação individual.
Depends on the nature of individual research.

Teaching method

A master’s thesis is supervised by a member of the course’s academic staff, following the principles of tutorial
supervision. Students will be supervised by a member of the course’s academic staff. Students will be in contact with their supervisor until the work is finished and the dissertation is subject to a public defense before a jury.

Evaluation method

Public defense before a jury.

Subject matter

A master thesis is the result of a substantial and in-depth research, which builds upon the work developed in the
classroom. It must be prepared under the scientific guidance of a lecturer approved by the Faculty Scientific


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