Master: Collective Program 1
Practical, Theory Classes & Community
All students of the Master Jazz & Pop
Number of course weeks
Total contact hours
Form / content / level
Admitted to the Jazz & Pop Master program.
The student learns to design, conduct and evaluate a series of workshops, master classes and other group activities in a group with fellow-students.
Concerning the multidisciplinary project:
Learning to combine music with one or more artistic disciplines into one activity. It is about creating something new by crossing boundaries, and thinking across them, connecting and integrating several disciplines in the pursuit of a common task.
Relation to other modules
This module is related to Research, Main Subject, Total Concepting.
The collective program is drawn up in consultation with the students in September, and comprises a series of compulsory collective activities in the form of lectures, workshops and productions. The resulting activities are organized by the students themselves, including everything applicable between idea and conclusion, such as negotiating about, making all necessary arrangements concerning and wrapping up matters with third parties. The subjects relate to the student's professional practice. During the commencement event at the beginning of the course year, students will have the opportunity to meet the lecturers and their fellow students, the working groups will be organized and there will also be made a start on the class timetable.
At least one of the activities is multidisciplinary.
The activities carried out are evaluated at he end.
Mode(s) of instruction
Meetings, workshops, coachings, master classes.
Depending on choices.
Organizing part of the group activities, active participation.
Examination and assessment
Mode(s) of assessment
Participation and assessment of a reflection report.
Students are required to make an active contribution to the commencement activities and thereafter, and write a reflection report that meets the lecturer's approval. Minimum class attendance of 80% is compulsory and an explicit pass criterion.
The student has completed this module if he is graded "satisfactory".
Attendance is monitored through attendance lists, report forms or exercise handouts;
The reflection report is assessed by the lecturer.
The collective program is drawn up in consultation with the students and comprises a series of compulsory collective activities in the form of lectures, workshops and productions. The resulting activities are organized by the students themselves. A multidisciplinary activity is part of the collective program as well.