Well…”Slowhand” won’t be at the Wiehle Avenue location live in the flesh, but he will be featured prominently in Reston’s Fall 2013 undergraduate course for transfer students, Discover (DSC) 201.
DSC 201: Music’s Cream de la Creme traces the careers of Clapton and Cream bandmates Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce. Through a sequence of high-quality film documentaries, students will discover how these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers created some of the greatest and long-lasting musical masterpieces of the last 50 years.
DSC 201 is Marymount’s required inquiry-based course for transfer students. Beyond the inquiry topic, students learn about the resources at Marymount from library services to career development opportunities.
Students interested in registering for DSC 201: Music’s Cream de la Creme, or any other required Liberal Arts Core courses should visit Marymount’s Marynet online scheduling and registration system.