The bachelor programme in Harpsichord and Basso Continuo consists of the central artistic discipline harpsichord, several compulsory subjects (e.g. aural training, composition, musical forms, musical history, chamber music, choir, basso continuo practice, historically informed performance, harpsichord practice, ornamentation, sources studies on basso continuo, basics of academic working techniques as well as sources-oriented academic working technique) and several elective subjects. Students have to choose a priority subject. The bachelor's examination consists of a programme that has to cover certain areas. It will be determined by the teacher of the central artistic subject that was studied last; the students, however, can also make suggestions; the teachers will decide whether or not they are suitable. The students have to play thirty to forty-five minutes during the exam.
Prospective students have to pass an admission test. This test consists of a theoretical part (admission test in aural skills and music theory) and an instrumental exam.