The graduate in musicology must be:

1) a qualified professional to understand, from a global and comprehensive perspective, the musical fact in all its aspects, theoretical, technical, practical and materials in its different eras and cultural traditions

2) have extensive knowledge of the sources of critical literature in all the fields and disciplines in which musicology is articulated.

3) know a wide variety of notation systems, historical and modern, as well as transcription and processing of sound documents.

4) know the practice of editing musical sources and the technological tools involved in these processes.

5) apply scientific research methods specific to their disciplinary field

6) master the expository and discursive techniques that allow you to communicate the content of your projects and the results of your research to both specialized and non-specialized audience.