Music Online Courses

Undergraduate

MUS 100 Introduction to Music Literature

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Semester
  • Tuition: $1064.40

This is an introductory course in music literature, musical styles, major composers, and principal historical periods in art music of Western civilization and a brief introduction to non-Western musics. The course is designed for the general college student, and is proposed to satisfy one Arts and Humanities requirement of the new general education curriculum.

MUS 100 Introduction to Music Literature

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $600

An introductory course in music literature which includes a survey of Western art music from the Middle Ages to the present and a survey of non-Western musics. A brief study of musical elements as well as a study of the development of musical styles, major composers and compositions is included. Listening, lectures, readings and experiencing performances are vital components of this course.

MUS 102 Introduction to Jazz

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $600

This course will cover the origins of jazz from its early 20th century roots and its development throughout that period. Notable jazz periods to be covered are the New Orleans, Chicago, Swing, Kansas City, Gypsy, Bebop, free, fusion and beyond. Also covered some of the most notable and influential players, composers and works of the idiom.

MUS 102 Introduction to Jazz

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Semester
  • Tuition: $1064.40

This course will cover the origins of jazz from its early 20th century roots and its development throughout that period. Notable jazz periods to be covered are the New Orleans, Chicago, Swing, Kansas City, Gypsy, Bebop, free, fusion and beyond. Also covered some of the most notable and influential players, composers and works of the idiom.

MUS 379 Rock Music and Culture

  • Format: Online
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Open Enrollment
  • Tuition: $600

The history of rock-and-roll and its impact on American popular culture. In this course we will study the origins, development, forms, and key figures of Rock music from the 1950s to the 1980s, and place it in the context of recent American and British history. The goal of this course is teach students about rock music, but more importantly to draw connections between rock music and society.