Miss Your Chance to Rock Out All Summer?

Fall Quarter 2010 is your chance to hear all the tunes from the last 60 years without paying those hefty ticket fees!

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How Do I Sign Up?

All you have to do is register for one of the two sections of this course—MUS 125, Section TC or TE.

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Simply access Web Advisor through the my.sinclair portal, search for MUS 125, and register for an open section.

For express registration in Web Advisor, you can also enter one of the course synonyms: 0152774 or 0152775.

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Sinclair is excited to offer MUS 125: The History of Rock Music online this fall term! From the comfort of your own home or even a tour bus, this online class is designed to explore the world of popular music from the early 1950's to present day.

Whether you're into punk, country, disco, metal or hip-hop, this class covers it all! It takes you backstage to discover the historical, social, and cultural factors behind rock and roll—a musical form that broke racial boundaries, sweeping across the country and eventually the world.

What's Covered?

  • Popular Music Styles
    including boogie woogie, jazz, swing, delta blues, gospel, country western, rhythm and blues, and, of course, rock and roll
  • Rockabilly Innovators
    like Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Pivotal Artists
  • Influential Recordings
  • Technology & the Music Industry
  • Basic Musical Elements
    such as rhythm, form, and instrumentation
  • and much more…

About the Course

Sinclair is offering two sections of MUS 125: History of Rock Music for the fall 2010 term. This three credit hour course is offered through SinclairOnline and the college's music department.

You can also take a look at the MUS 125 master syllabus online to learn more about how this course works and what will be covered.

Why Online?

It's your choice when to
"attend" class each week.

Complete your coursework
from wherever you are.

You'll save with the
lowest tuition in the state.

Note: Remember to check with your academic advisor to find out how this course could help you complete your specific program's requirements.


About SinclairOnline

Offering complete degree programs and over 200 online courses, SinclairOnline helps you reach your educational goals without ever having to come to campus. We work to ensure that taking online classes is enjoyable, educational, and a valuable alternative to the traditional classroom learning environment.

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Additional Resources

To see what else is being offered at Sinclair, check out the online class schedule and browse courses for the upcoming summer and fall terms.

If you want to learn more about online learning and student resources, please visit the SinclairOnline website or the Distance Learning website for more information.