Prof. Stephanie Brueggeman
Contact: Moodle email or email@example.com
Office: FAB 104A
Hours: TBA through Moodle email
922-8254 - Division Office Coordinator, Tana Burton, HUM 203
922-8255 - Division Office Coordinator, Vicky Teson, FAB 106A
Course Purpose: The purpose of this course is to enhance your listening pleasure through the study of music history and the styles and structures of music.
Course Objectives: At the end of the semester students will be able to:
Grading: All assessments and exams will come from online lectures, discussions, assigned readings, notes, audiovisual materials, recordings, the text and any other assigned materials. The following grade scale will be used:
Assignments: You will be expected to do your online work as it corresponds to your 111 course outline found under the home tab within your online course. At your discretion, you may read ahead of said outline. Listening selections will also be assigned and are part of your course work.
You will also be expected to attend a live, professional performance outside of class and write a paper on this concert. This performance must be representative of the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic or Impressionistic periods. The paper will be fairly simple. You will give a two page (typed, double space, one inch margins) commentary of the performance and include a copy of the program and ticket stub when turning in your completed paper. Your commentary paper will demonstrate correct spelling, punctuation, grammar and sentence structure. Any paper that does not include a program and ticket stub will not be graded. Use terminology appropriate to the course in your commentary. See the online link for performers and performance groups that are considered professional. If you have any doubts as to whether the concert you are choosing is appropriate, please check with your instructor before purchasing tickets and attending.
Final Grade Calculation: Final grades will be based on the percentages found in your online gradebook.
All assignments, assessments and exams must be completed following the directions given in order to receive credit for this course. An incomplete grade will be reported to the Registrar unless all work is completed by the last day of the semester.
You are a responsible adult in an institution of higher learning; therefore you are expected to behave accordingly. Since you have chosen to take this class, if you should find you need assistance, I will be glad to help you. However, you must take the initiative to do the asking. It is important to stay on track with your calendar of assignments found online with your course in order to complete all of your work by the end of the semester.
Withdrawing/Dropping a course
It is the student’s responsibility to drop a class. Non-attendance does not constitute an official drop. If you decide to drop, you can do so in person or online. To drop a class in person, fill out an Add/Drop Form and submit it to the Admissions Office. If you have an online (SCC Connection) account, log on to www.stchas.edu and follow the instructions. If you stop attending and do not drop you will be assigned an “F” grade. Drop deadline for the Fall Semester courses is November 19.
Office of Accessibility Services
A copy of the manual entitled: The Office of Accessibility Services, Administrative Procedurescan be found at www.stchas.edu/students/accessibility. If you have a health condition/disability which may require accommodations in order to effectively participate in this class, please contact the OAS in the Student Center, Room 133, 636-922-8247, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THIS SYLLABUS AND SCHEDULE ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT THE DISCRETION OF THE INSTRUCTOR.
7:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
9 a.m.-2 p.m.
7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Manager: Gayle Palmer, 636-922-8378