This course is an introduction to the multidisciplinary study of music in the human experience. There will be a review and critical
analysis of traditional and emerging issues in this rapidly evolving field. In addition to developing a musical vocabulary and critical
listening skills, the course will address the questions of what is music and how the mind responds to musical stimuli through the
confluence of various disciplines, including anthropology, biology, education, musicology, neuroscience, philosophy, physics,
psychology, and sociology.
Note: Students who have had MUSC 204 or a 300-level music theory course should register for MUSC 345.