I want to take online music history courses to fulfill my degree requirements at JMU, is this possible and when is the earliest I can start?
I am interested in taking music history online because I cannot return to JMU next semester and I want to graduate in May 2010. I am basically looking to take music history courses ranging from the early beginnings of music through the 20th century. I hope I can surely do this, if this is possible....
Well, here is the deal with the online courses that are offered. They are excellent option for developing your understanding of a certain area, and many of them do provide you with a certificate, but the deal is that most academic institutions do not recognize them. However, you might be able to find a loophole. Most schools do offer an independent study type course that will let you work with a professor from your school as you take this online course, and have it count for credit, but you will need to talk to your academic advisor about it first.
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