MUS 300 - The History of Rock

Description
The purpose of this course is to deepen the student’s awareness and understanding of the different ways human experience is reflected in popular musical arts and will emphasize the development of skills necessary to understand western popular music in a meaningful way. This will be accomplished through the study and evaluation of: basic music terminology, standard forms used within western popular music, stylistic elements that characterize musical periods and their artists; relationships between music and society; effective listening techniques; and prominent artists and selected works. Prerequisite: Upper Division Electives require 45 earned credit hours or more at time of registration. Foundational Studies Credit: [FS 2010: Upper-Division Integrative Electives]
Credits
3
Attributes
Upper-Div Integrtv Elec (FS), Offered Every Spring, Offered Every Summer, Offered Every Fall
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018
Offered
MW, MWF, M
Avg. Class Size
35
Avg. Sections
3