Music 1104, Introduction to American Music, is a three semester hour course. It can be applied to the General Education requirements for Associate Degrees at the College of DuPage.
|If you are interested in learning more about the diverse traditions that helped forge the development of American music and are interested in the resultant modern music that developed from those traditions, Music 1104 is for you.|
What is Music 1104 all about?
Topics covered in Introduction to American Music include:
Not significantly in terms of content and requirements. The textbook and required CD set are the same as are the writing assignments. Attendance at outside concert events is required as in the classroom version of the course. Additional material and musical examples will be provided over the Internet. Homework is sent via email and participation in bulletin board forums is required.
Will an Internet course work for me?
An Internet course is for
the highly motivated, self-directed learner. While you can work at your
own pace, you must be vigilant and spend time in a regular recurring
fashion to succeed. You must be able to adhere to a schedule and meet
all course deadlines. Plan on spending 5-10 hours a week to successfully
complete Music Appreciation. Remember…he who tries to cram and learn
will ultimately crash and burn!
Find your answers in the course FAQ.