MARYLAND GOSPEL CHOIR (MUSC 329E): 1 CREDIT
Fall & Spring Semesters
The Maryland Gospel Choir is normally a 100-voice choir that is noted for its performance of gospel music, spirituals and sacred hymns. The choir was founded in the summer of 1975 by a group of University of Maryland students. Through the Music Department and by Nyumburu, students participate in the choir for non-credit or for one credit. To date, the choir has produced 3 recordings.
Class meets: Thu 7:00pm - 10:00pm, School of Music, Room 2201 CSPAC
BLUES AS A CULTURAL ART FORM (AASP 298V): 3 CREDITS
Blues as a Cultural Artform is a three-credit course that is offered by Nyumburu AASP (African American Studies Program), tracing the Blues from its African roots through the Mississippi Delta birth to the present.
Class meets: Wed, 1:00pm - 3:30pm, NCC Multi Purpose Room
JAZZ AS A CULTURAL ART FORM (AASP 298Z): 3 CREDITS
Jazz as a Cultural Art form is a three-credit course that is offered by Nyumburu through AASP, covering Ragtime to Bebop, Bunk Johnson to Charlie Parker and beyond.
Class meets: Mon 2:00pm - 4:30pm, NCC Multi Purpose or Conference Room
DIVERSITY, ISSUES, AND ACADEMIC STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS (EDCP 108N): 1 CREDIT
College and Career Advancement is designed to focus on common barriers to academic success for first-year students. Specific topics may focus on the following: Black male student retention, positive attitudes and behaviors that improve academic success, time management, student activism, critical thinking, identifying campus resources, and career exploration.
Class meets: Mon 10:00am - 11 :00am, NCC Multi Purpose Room or Conference Room