Summer 2012 quarter
- Martin Beagle biology
- Fields of Study
- biology, music and physics
The Biology of Music is a multidisciplinary course that explores how biological organisms create music. Students will develop foundational skills and knowledge in biology, physics, and music theory in addition to advancing their musicianship through in-class and private study. Previous experience in playing a musical instrument is beneficial but not required.
Utilizing workshops and laboratory explorations, the course will present basic concepts and principles of biology and physiology while studies in noncalculus-based physics will inform students of the physical principles that influence the biology. Studies in introductory music theory coupled with private study will foster a new level of musical awareness.
- Advertised Schedule
- 9a-3p Mon, 9a-noon Tue, 9a-1p Wed (Jun. 25 - Jul. 25)
- Campus Location
- Online Learning
- No Required Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Required Fees
- $15 lab fee plus $20 for materials
- Special Expenses
- Students will be required to engage in study of a musical instrument with a private instructor. Fees for this activity will vary depending on the instructor.
- Offered During
|May 14th, 2012||This offering has been cancelled due to unexpected issues.|