Subject: Music
Credit units: 3
College: Arts and Science
Department: School for the Arts


Course participants will be introduced to the histories, contexts & theories of music in relation to the human experience. On the basis of neurological, psychological, & biological foundations, the power of music & musicking to build identity, community, emotional resilience & enhance spiritual practice will be explored.

Prerequisite(s): One of EMUS 115.3, EMUS 238.3, MUS 111.3, MUS 112.3, MUS 133.3, MUS 155.3, MUS 175.3, MUS 184.3, MUS 203.3, or MUS 225.3, or 18 credit units of university courses.
Note: Students with credit for MUS 298.3 Music and Wellbeing may not take this course for credit.

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