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Licence Musicologie or Musique (= Bachelor of Arts). Three years. Studies include performance (classical, jazz), music history, ethnomusicology, aesthetics. Diplôme national supérieur professionnel de musicien (DNSPM) (= Bachelor of Music). Studies include performance (classical, jazz, early music), choral conducting, accompanying, composition, electro-acoustic composition. Diplôme d’État de professeur de musique (DE). Gives the qualification to teach music in schools. May be taken concurrently with years 2 and 3 of the Bachelor. Diplôme Universitaire de Musiciens Intervenant (DUMI) à l'école préélémentaire et élémentaire. Gives the qualification to teach music in pre-primary and primary schools.
Master of Arts. Two years following the Licence. In performance.
Diplôme d’études musicales (DEM). A two- to three-year pre-professional program in classical and contemporary performance and associated studies which may include early music, theory, aural skills and composition.
This Conservatoire, established in 1820, is a public institution offering programs in music, theatre and classical and contemporary dance. The program is organised in cycles. The first (éveil musical’) four years, the second, four years, the third ('cycle d’orientation professionnelle') and fourth ('cycle d’enseignement supérieur professionnelle'). The Conservatorium operates at several locations throughout Toulouse. The Department of Traditional Music operates in partnership with the Centre occitan des musiques et dances traditionnelles. A Baroque Arts Centre is a centre for early music study and performance. In addition to the professional program there are music activities for children and interested members of the local community.