This course focuses on defining different types of cultural or mythical "models" for society and individuals; how they are formed; how they help shape beliefs, worldviews, and historical
What is meditation? What are the connections between personal transformation and the challenges that face the human race in the 21st century?
How did the advent of American popular television in the 1940s change our culture, habits, routines, relationships, ideas, and politics?
In this course, students examine Palestinian and Israeli histories, cultures, and relationships and delve into the origins of coexistence and conflict.
This course is a comprehensive study of influential female songwriters of the 20th century and their relationships with their cowriters and producers.
This course encompasses the study ofmusicians who lived in Laurel Canyon, in Los Angeles, California, between the years 1964-1970, including Joni Mitchell; Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; Mama Cass
The Artistry, Creativity, and Inquiry Seminar provides an introduction to the life of the creative and curious mind.
The Professional Development Seminar provides an opportunity for students in their sixth semester to reflect upon their academic and professional experience at Berklee, prepare to complete their Be
This course explores artistic expression through musical responses to poetry, dance, painting, film, photography, and other art forms.
In this course, students explore the artistic and creative processes involved in jazz and examine the connections among jazz and different modes of artistic expression, including the connections am
The motto of Berklee College of Music is Esse quam videri, a phrase from Cicero's essay "On Friendship," which translates as "to be, rather than to seem." This course gives
This course blends theory and practice in an exploration of digital narrative: how stories can be told with digital and new media technologies.
This course is a study of the Japanese language focusing on spoken Japanese and everyday conversation techniques.
LJPN-272 is a study of the Japanese language focusing on spoken Japanese and everyday conversational techniques.
This course builds on the Japanese language skills students developed in Japanese 2.
This course builds on the Japanese language skills developed in Japanese 3.
In this course, students develop quantitative and visual reasoning skills. Students also learn problem solving through applications in mathematics and finance.
This course is a survey of acoustical phenomena relating to music.
This course includes the study of basic vibrating systems and sound sources; sound outdoors and indoors (waves, echoes, and reverberation); sound transmission and noise reduction; sound reinforceme
This course introduces students to the theory and practice of audio electronics.