The Musicology Program offers an educational period of eight terms. Students who successfully complete all the courses in eight terms graduate after submitting a project as their dissertation.

The Musicology Program aims to train investigative scientists who place importance on scientific values and have music and academic discipline. To that end, the program intends to give students

The program provides general musicology training as well as elective courses in the sub-branches of musicology according to the students' orientation. Students have the chance to be trained in fields outside of the program by taking University Elective Courses from disciplines like art history or philosophy, which are associated with musicology. The program offers basic music courses of music theory (harmony, counterpoint, morphology, instrumentology, composition), music history, music hearing, reading and writing as well as instrument-performance courses (Piano, Guitar, Flute, Clarinet, Voice Training, Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar and Drums) and chamber music courses for students inclined to instrumental training.

During four years of training, students participate in various scientific and artistic activities. Students gain experience by attending events in and out of the department, organizing concerts, compilation studies, seminars, and written and visual presentation of their papers with the guidance of the Program graduates can find work in all lines of music industry, mostly in radio and television stations, music libraries, archives, compilation projects, music culture research and, if they receive pedagogical formation, music teaching.