Neil Cockburn has taught the following academic university courses:
How We Sound
(Aesthetic Experience and Ideas)
Winter Semester 2017 - Mount Royal University
Dept. of General Education GNED 1201, Sections 006, 008, 010, 013 (group teaching rotation with three other instructors)

The Music of J.S. Bach
Fall semester 2016 - University of Calgary
Graduate seminar MUSI633.02/733

Experiencing Music: Aesthetics, Identity, Representation
(Aesthetic Experience and Ideas)
Winter Semester 2016 - Mount Royal University
Dept. of General Education GNED 1201 Sections 002 and 003

Intersections Between Science and Music
(Cultural Perspectives on Science)
Fall Semester 2015 - Mount Royal University
Dept. of General Education GNED1203 Section 006

The Music of Purcell and Handel
Winter Semester 2013 - University of Calgary
Combined final-year undergraduate and first-year graduate seminar MUSI533.1/633

The Performance Practices of the Baroque and Classical Periods
Winter Semester 2010 - University of Calgary
Combined final-year undergraduate and first-year graduate seminar MUHL571.01/671.02

The Music and Culture of the French Baroque
Winter semester 2009 - University of Calgary
Combined final-year undergraduate and first-year graduate seminar MUHL571.01/671.01

The Music of J.S. Bach
Winter semester 2008 - University of Calgary
Combined final-year undergraduate and first-year graduate seminar MUHL573.01/671.01

The Music and Culture of the French Baroque
Winter semester 2007 - University of Calgary
Combined final-year undergraduate and first-year graduate seminar MUHL571.01/671.20

Keyboard Music of J.S. Bach
Fall semester 2004 - University of Calgary
Final-year undergraduate seminar MUHL573.06