Music in Society - MUS 121 at Germanna Community College


         
 
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MUS 121 - Music in Society
Explores the language of music through an introduction to basic elements, forms and styles across time. Acquaints students with composers' lives and influential creative individualities, discovering representative works and milestones in western society. Develops techniques for listening analytically and critically. Reviews historical development and significance of art music within the context of evolving societal structures.
Lecture 3 hours. Total 3 hours per week.
3 credits

Schedule at Germanna Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
15618 MUS 121-FH01 3
  Tu    
4:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m.
2021-05-24 VIRTUAL-Real Time HY
Students who are new to distance learning are encouraged to go to the Is Distance Learning Right for You? webpage and take the self-paced assessment and review the handout How to Be a Successful Online Student. Copy and paste this link in your browser for the distance learning webpage: http://germanna.libguides.com/distance-learning-guide/introduction.
This section makes use of an ACCESS digital resource in place of a textbook at a reduced cost. A required course materials fee will be paid with tuition for this resource. Students must have access to Canvas and to the internet for successful completion. Please find additional information on the ACCESS program on the Germanna.edu website.
This class will meet face to face in an online Zoom session with your instructor and classmates on the specific days and times listed in the class schedule.
10127 MUS 121-W01 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2021-05-24 Virtual ER
This section is taught in Canvas and includes self-paced online assignments. There are no required face to face Zoom sessions or on-campus meetings.
No textbook purchase by student. All materials supplied using Open Educational Resources (OER). Students must have access to Canvas and the internet for this section.
Students who are new to distance learning are encouraged to go to the Is Distance Learning Right for You? webpage and take the self-paced assessment and review the handout How to Be a Successful Online Student. Copy and paste this link in your browser for the distance learning webpage: http://germanna.libguides.com/distance-learning-guide/introduction.
10129 MUS 121-W02 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2021-07-06 Virtual ER
This section is taught in Canvas and includes self-paced online assignments. There are no required face to face Zoom sessions or on-campus meetings.
No textbook purchase by student. All materials supplied using Open Educational Resources (OER). Students must have access to Canvas and the internet for this section.
Students who are new to distance learning are encouraged to go to the Is Distance Learning Right for You? webpage and take the self-paced assessment and review the handout How to Be a Successful Online Student. Copy and paste this link in your browser for the distance learning webpage: http://germanna.libguides.com/distance-learning-guide/introduction.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
23733 MUS 121-F01 3
  Tu Th  
11:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
2021-08-23 VIRTUAL-Real Time ER
23892 MUS 121-W01 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2021-08-23 Virtual ER
This section makes use of an ACCESS digital resource in place of a textbook at a reduced cost. A required course materials fee will be paid with tuition for this resource. Students must have access to Canvas and to the internet for successful completion. Please find additional information on the ACCESS program on the Germanna.edu website.
This section is taught in Canvas and includes self-paced online assignments. There are no required face to face Zoom sessions or on-campus meetings.
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