Inside Berklee Courses: Online and Blended Courses
Take an online or blended course on Inside Berklee Courses this semester, and add new dimension and flexibility to your studies.
Undergraduate Online and Blended Courses for Spring 2017
Keyboard Smart Reading Lab—Blended
ILPN-P101- B001 PIANO James R. Ramsay
Basic Keyboard Techniques 1—Blended
ISKB-211-B001 PIANO Dennis A. Cecere
ISKB-211-B002 PIANO Marc W. Rossi
ISKB-211-B003 PIANO Jennifer Elowsky-Fox
ISKB-211-B004 PIANO Marc W. Rossi
ISKB-211-B006 PIANO Hey R. Jeon
ISKB-211-B007 PIANO John Funkhouser
ISKB-211-B008 PIANO Jennifer Elowsky-Fox
ISKB-211-B009 PIANO Fernando Michelin
ISKB-211-B010 PIANO John J. Mulroy
ISKB-211-B011 PIANO Suzanne Davis
ISKB-211-B012 PIANO Fernando Michelin
ISKB-211-B013 PIANO John J. Mulroy
ISKB-211-B014 PIANO Gregory C. Waradzin
ISKB-211-B015 PIANO Jason K. Yeager
ISKB-211-B016 PIANO Robert R. Christopherson
ISKB-211-B017 PIANO Suzanna M. Sifter
ISKB-211-B018 PIANO Suzanna M. Sifter
ISKB-211-B019 PIANO Suzanna M. Sifter
ISKB-211-B020 PIANO Suzanna M. Sifter
ISKB-211-B018 PIANO Leopoldo J. Orti Salvador
Basic Keyboard Techniques 2—Blended
ISKB-212-B001 PIANO James R. Ramsay
ISKB-212-B002 PIANO Marc W. Rossi
ISKB-212-B003 PIANO James R. Ramsay
ISKB-212-B004 PIANO Hey R. Jeon
ISKB-212-B005 PIANO Fernando Michelin
ISKB-212-B006 PIANO John J. Mulroy
ISKB-212-B007 PIANO Alizon J. Lissance
ISKB-212-B008 PIANO Suzanne Davis
ISKB-212-B009 PIANO Gregory C. Waradzin
ISKB-212-B010 PIANO John J. Mulroy
ISKB-212-B011 PIANO Jason K. Yeager
ISKB-212-B012 PIANO Jonathan W. Singleton
ISKB-212-B013 PIANO Suzanna M. Sifter
ISKB-212-B014 PIANO Suzanne M. Sifter
ISKB-212-B015 PIANO Maxim F. Lubarsky
ISKB-212-B016 PIANO Leopoldo J. Orti Salvador
ISKB-212-B018 PIANO Moira Lo Bianco
LMSC-209-B001 LART Eric L. Reuter
LMSC-209-B002 LART Eric L. Reuter
Critical Listening Lab—Blended
MP-214-B001 MPE Michael J. Denneen
MP-214-B002 MPE Jonathan A. Wyner
MP-214-B003 MPE Daniel C. Cantor
MP-214-B004 MPE Daniel C. Cantor
MP-214-B005 MPE Alejandro N. Rodriguez
Introduction to Music Technology—Blended
MTEC-111-B1A ELPD Stephen Croes
MTEC-111-B1B ELPD Stephen Croes
MTEC-111-B3A ELPD TBD
MTEC-111-B3B ELPD TBD
MTEC-111-B3C ELPD Jorrit Dijkstra
CW-171-W001 CWP Daniel D. Moretti
ISKB-P111-W001 PIANO Jane M. Potter
ISKB-P111-W002 PIANO James R. Ramsay
ISKB-P111-W003 PIANO Alizon J. Lissance
Themes and Variations in Western Art—Online
LAHS-223-W001 LART Ross M. Bresler
LMSC-209-W001 LART Eric L. Reuter
History of Film Music—Online
MHIS-331-W001 LART Alexander R. Ludwig
Critical Listening for Musicians—Online
MP-114-W001 MPE Matthew N. Beaudoin
MP-114-W002 MPE Enrique Gonzalez
MP-114-W003 MPE Michael P. Abraham
MP-114-W004 MPE James T. Donahue
MP-114-W005 MPE James T. Donahue
MP-114-W006 MPE Johnn M. Broaddus
Production Analysis Lab for Musicians—Online
MP-115-W001 MPE Anthony P. Carbone
MP-115-W002 MPE Michael J. Denneen
MP-115-W003 MPE Sean P. McLaughlin
MP-115-W004 MPE Anthony P. Carbone
MP-115-W005 MPE William M. Moss
MP-115-W005 MPE John M. Broaddus
The Artist Entrepreneur—Online
PM-340-W001 PROM Thomas A. Stein
The Business of Professional Music—Online
PM-P425-W001 PROM Kenneth Brass
Pro Music Capstone Project—Online
PM-476-W001 MPE Kenneth Brass
PM-476-W002 MPE Jessica E. Sarin-Perry
PM-476-W003 MPE Kenneth Brass
For the most up-to-date online course availability, please log in to my.berklee.edu.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an online or blended course?
- In fully online courses, all of the course content is delivered online and through online reading, video instruction, audio listening activities, hands-on activities, online class discussions, and textbook readings, as directed by your instructor. Though the class does not meet in person, an active and involved professor will be present to provide feedback on all of your work. Some online courses have one or more in-person meetings or exams during the semester. If that applies to your class, your instructor will post information about that in the Faculty Announcements forum.
- In blended courses, about half of the course instruction happens in person, and the other half occurs online at your Inside Berklee Courses course site. The online portion often replaces the in-class “lecture,” so that classroom time can be used for interactive projects, discussions, and other hands-on activities. The in-person meeting time and location will be listed on your academic schedule.
How much work will the courses be?
An online or blended course will require just as much time and effort as an equivalent in-person class—and you’ll learn just as much—but with learning technologies that you wouldn't necessarily get in a classroom. That may include custom video, audio, graphics, and more.
How will I access my class?
Log in to Inside Berklee Courses (ol.berklee.edu) with the same username and password that you use for your Berklee email account. Your online or blended course will appear on your course list at Inside Berklee Courses a few days before the start of the semester.
Once you’ve logged into Inside Berklee Courses, click on the title of your online or blended course to enter. Begin by reading all of the Getting Started material, then move on to Lesson 1, starting with the Introduction page. Proceed through the lesson by clicking on the arrows at the top right of every page. Be sure to complete all assignments by the posted due date. Your instructor will provide feedback on assignments that you post.
Why take an online or blended course?
- They’re exclusive. Berklee develops its online and blended courses exclusively for Berklee students.
- They’re instructor-led. Our online and blended courses are written and taught by Berklee faculty. Instructor-led means that a faculty person is as active in the class as you are, reading your posts, providing feedback on your assignments, and answering your questions.
- They’re freeing. Online and blended courses allow you to study from almost anywhere on the planet, whether you’re trying to balance a heavy course load on campus, at home for the summer, doing an internship in L.A., or on tour with your band. “Blended” courses, which occur partly online and partly on campus, allow you to study the material at your own pace and then meet in class for discussion and review.
- They’re all about you. Online courses are a great option for students who are “self-starters” or who like more control over when, where, and how they learn.
- They’re flexible. Taking an online or blended course may help you get into classes that otherwise don’t fit your schedule. Taking online or blended will reduce your number of class meetings and make it easier to build your calendar for the semester.
- They’re always “on.” You can access the course and its reference materials any time, seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Is online or blended learning a good choice for me?
Online and blended courses are perfect for you if you need a little more flexibility in your calendar. They’re also great if you learn best by “doing” and have the self-discipline to organize your own schedule to explore a different way to learn. Online or blended study is also helpful for those who need a little more time to absorb information—for example, if you tend to “zone out” in lectures, or if English is not your first language. In an online or blended course, you go at your own pace. You can read and reread the content and watch videos as many times as you need.
Take this quiz to see if online learning is right for you.
How do I find what online or blended courses are offered this semester?
The words “online” or “blended” appear in the course name. Online courses have a “W” in the course section number, and blended courses have a “B.”