1/11/2016 - 5/6/2016
Visual and Performing Arts
|Description||The study of vocal and instrumental music from the standard repertoire primarily through listening. Previous music training is not required, but regular listening is part of the course. Not for major credit. Students may take P/NC.
Topical description:Introduction to Music provides the student with an overview of Western Art Music from 1600 through the present. Initially, students explore the elements of music (melody, harmony, rhythm, etc.). This is followed by an examination of musicís Historical Periods (Baroque, Classical etc.), looking at important composers, their music, and studying trends in history which shaped the way the music was influenced. Other than using their computers as textbooks, there are no software requirements except for a $110 fee to pay for the access code for the external course site (not Blackboard).
|Note||*Over the course of the semester, each student must attend one live classical (or jazz) concert. I supply and update concert availability on a weekly basis (from about the middle of the term).|
Section number: 901
Enrollment Maximum: 65
Dates: 1/11/2016 - 5/6/2016 ; Session code: Full Term
|Tuition & Fees||Tuition and general fees - please refer to the finance brochures for most recent tuition and fees. Important: register for classes by logging in to¬†myUT. Please review our¬†Registration Information & Refund Policy|
|Courses may require:
Students are responsible for any expenses. If you have questions about requirements, please contact the instructor before you register.
CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY¬†
Bookstore search http://utoledo.bncollege.com/
*A textbook search may not be available for this term; contact your campus bookstore to determine if the instructor has ordered textbooks for your course. If the Bookstore does not have an order contact the instructor or department office (click on the instructor e-mail link above). Some courses use other resources and a textbook may not be required. You may also contact UT Online toll free at 1.866.Utoledo (866-886-5336) for assistance.
|Method of Instruction||Online Web, other communication methods are determined by the instructor.|
|Before You Begin Your Course|
|Online Etiquette & Honesty||Please review the netiquette guidelines and the University policies on academic dishonesty, and¬†responsible use of information technology. Online students are held to the same behavior and academic honesty standards as face-to-face students.|
Students are responsible to have access to a properly functioning device (computer, tablet, etc.) throughout the semester. The devicemust be able to run software required for coursework or capable of connecting to UT's Virtual Computer Lab. If using a device at a public library, students should check with the library to insure they will have access and for the length of time required.
Please review¬†our Blackboard Toolkit and Blackboard Browser Check pages. Student devices need to be running the latest versions of plug-ins, recent software and have the necessary tools to be kept free of viruses and spyware.
Always read the course syllabus carefully and contact the instructor regarding specific requirements.
Will my course transfer? Check Out Transferology
Transferology is a Web-based transfer information system. In Transferology you can add the coursework you've taken (including some exams and military learning experiences) and find out how it might transfer to any of the participating schools in the nation-wide Transferology network.
|Disclaimer: every effort has been made to provide accurate information, for the latest course information please refer to the University's course registration Web site; report errors to Webmaster.|