Program Information


Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus:
Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía - Anexo Sur, Avenida Profesor Lopez Piñero, 1
46013 Valencia (Spain)


All classes are taught in English

Class Registration

During orientation week students will meet with their program director and/or their academic advisor and register for classes following that meeting.

Academic Committee of the Degree

Simone Pilon, Executive Director, Valencia Campus/Dean of Academic Affairs
Lucio Godoy, Program Director of Master of Music in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games
Raúl Terol Bolinches, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Alfons Conde, Associate Professor
Martina Naretto, Senior Coordinator for Academic Assessment, Records, and Registrar Services
Student Advisory Representatives (2)
1. Sarah King
2. Chris Scott

Number of places available

40 seats
Up to 40 students can take part in the Master of Music in scoring for film, television, and video games program each year.

Culminating Experience

Scoring for film, television, and video games students are required to complete a culminating experience that serves as both a practicum and a bridge to the professional world. The tangible end product of this experience will take the form of an original score, scholarly paper and/or research project, or other enterprise that offers an original solution to the challenge of marrying music to visual media, specifically, film, television, and video games. You will work in consultation with your faculty advisor and/or the program director to develop your project, the goal of which is a professional outcome. A culminating experience committee evaluates the final project that results from the culminating experience.

Culminating Experience Timeline

  • Semester One: Students propose their culminating experience to their advisor and program director.
  • Semester Two: Students revise and refine their proposal and get final approval from their advisor.
  • Semester Three: Students complete and present their final project to the culminating experience committee.

CE Defenses

  • June 5–9: Rehearsal presentations and definitive committee selection
  • June 19: CE documents submission (outcome and reflective)
  • July 1 and 2 of 2024 Final presentation

Culminating experience schedule 

(2024 TBC)

Culminating Experience Jury

Alfons Conde

Lucio Godoy

Vicente Ortiz Gimeno

External Jury (chosen by the student)


All graduate programs at Berklee are accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.), which is internationally recognized as an authority on educational quality.

The Master of Music in scoring for film, television, and video games is additionally accredited by Spanish educational authorities. Berklee College of Music's Valencia campus (Berklee Valencia), the authorized center of higher education in arts, imparts this program under affiliation with Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) and it is valid throughout the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Please visit the accreditation section for further information.

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Graduation Requirements

On-campus graduate programs are designed to be completed in three semesters of full-time study or one full academic year—a consecutive fall, spring, and summer. The full-time summer term is six to seven weeks in length directly following the spring semester.

All students are expected to be in residence for the entire program (three academic terms). Furthermore, all candidates seeking to graduate must earn a minimum letter grade of B- in each course counting towards a degree requirement, attain a minimum GPA of 3.00, and complete all coursework, the culminating experience, and other graduation requirements.

Accreditation reports

For accreditation reports and further information please click here.