Jan 24, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

12. Courses


 
  
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    MIS 475 - Electronic Commerce Strategies

    Credits: 3

    Topics are based on current industry requirements. Coverage includes topics relevant to business in today’s electronic commerce environment. The course material will address the application of current technology including the strategies used by organizations when conducting business online, the technologies used to design and implement e-commerce applications, and the legal, ethical, and tax issues affecting the e-commerce environment.

  
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    MIS 482 - Database Program Development

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MIS 320  and prerequisite or concurrent enrollment in MIS 470  

    An introduction to program development in the database environment with an emphasis on the analysis, design, and implementation of relational databases will be covered. Emphasis will be placed on giving students hands-on experience in loading, modifying, and querying various databases.

  
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    MIS 486 - MIS Projects

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MIS 470 , MIS 482  

    A capstone project-based course to allow students to perform systems analysis, design, and implementation in a real world setting.

  
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    MIS 488 - Mobile Application Development

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MIS 295  or MIS 296  

    This course explores the use of programming languages(s), techniques, technology, and design elements necessary to develop applications for mobile computing devices.

  
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    MIS 499 - Independent Projects in Management Information Systems

    Credits: 1-3

    Prerequisite: Senior Standing and Permission of the Instructor and Department Chair.

    Independent project for an advanced or special-interest Management Information Systems topic conducted under the direct supervision of a faculty member. 

    Note: May be repeated with a change in content.

  
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    MKT 361 - Principles of Marketing

    Credits: 3

    A study of the functions, institutions and organizations through which goods are moved from producer to consumer. Designed to present a broad understanding of the flow of goods in commerce.

  
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    MKT 363 - Integrated Marketing Communications

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  

    Designed to introduce the student to the various elements of the promotional mix and how they may be used in an integrated fashion to produce a cohesive marketing message. Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) strategies using public relations, advertising, direct and online marketing, personal selling, and sales promotion and how they support marketing objectives will be addressed.

  
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    MKT 365 - Retail Management

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  or permission of the Department Chair

    A study of the organization and coordination of retailing and distribution activities. An advanced marketing course, retail management will be addressed with a strategic planning orientation. Special attention to the history of retailing, economic importance of retailing activity, ethical practices and international retailing.

  
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    MKT 370 - Consumer Behavior

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  

    Analysis of consumer behavior patterns as they relate to consumer actions and decision making processes in the marketplace.

  
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    MKT 373 - Personal Selling

    Credits: 3

    Presents sales principles and skills required by today’s professional salesperson, with emphasis on the business-to-business selling environment. It is designed to teach students the importance of the selling role, provide them with basic personal selling skills and prepare them for a future role in sales or sales management.

  
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    MKT 375 - Sales Management

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  or permission of the Department Chair

    An advanced marketing course designed to familiarize students with the sales function in an organization and the corresponding management challenges. Topics include: sales strategy, motivation and reward systems, and evaluating sales performance. Emphasis will be placed on professional activity, ethical behavior, and organizational effectiveness.

  
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    MKT 399 - Special Topics in Marketing

    Credits: 3

    A variable content course in which students pursue topics or subjects of current interest in the field of Marketing that are not part of the regular curriculum. The specific topic is announced when the course is offered.

    Note: May be repeated with a change in content.

  
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    MKT 400 - Internship in Marketing

    Credits: 1-3

    Prerequisite: Advanced standing, 2.5 GPA overall and in major.

    A practical, structured program of work experience in the field of Marketing with a participating employer of the student intern’s choice. The student intern must be employed a minimum of 40 to 120 hours depending on the internship (40 hours = 1 credit). The student intern must complete a research paper that will benefit the employer, a personal journal, and the supervisor’s evaluation must be submitted prior to the end of the semester in order for the student to gain credit for this course.

    Also Listed as: BU 400  
    Note: Open to Business Administration majors with a concentration in Marketing only. Internship may be taken twice for a total of 6 hours.

  
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    MKT 412 - Sports Marketing

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  Principles of Marketing

    Effective marketing is necessary to promote facilities, programs, products and events. The function of the course is to provide students with an understanding of marketing concepts as they are applied to the sports industry and various sports management contexts.

  
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    MKT 414 - Nonprofit Marketing

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  and MGT 374  

    An overview of the key issues in marketing in a nonprofit organization. This course builds on the student’s knowledge of fundamental marketing principles and introduces marketing functions in a nonprofit organization.

  
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    MKT 455 - Internet Marketing

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  

    This course examines the impact of the Internet on traditional methods of marketing and the related business functions, which enable and support it. Students will learn strategies for evaluating and planning web sites and Internet advertising to achieve positive customer relationships. The course will focus on how the Internet has become a necessity in modern business, and discover how this medium has become a necessary and integral part of a firm’s marketing mix.

  
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    MKT 490 - Marketing Management

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MKT 361  

    The study and analysis of marketing theory and concepts designed to develop a background for systematic analysis of contemporary marketing problems. Emphasis is placed on decision making related to such areas as product, place, price, and promotion.

  
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    MKT 495 - Marketing Research

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: BQA 345 , MKT 361 , and senior standing

    Principles, techniques and applications of research in marketing. Emphasis is placed upon sources of information and its analysis in decision making as it relates to marketing problems.

  
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    MKT 499 - Independent Projects in Marketing

    Credits: 1-3

    Prerequisite: Senior Standing and Permission of the Instructor and Department Chair.

    Independent project for an advanced or special-interest Marketing topic conducted under the direct supervision of a faculty member.

    Note: May be repeated with a change in content.

  
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    MS 1112 - Introduction to ROTC

    Credits: 2

    One hour lecture

    Two hours laboratory. Increases self-confidence through team study and activities in basic drill, physical fitness, rappelling, first aid, and basic marksmanship. Students learn fundamental concepts of leadership.

  
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    MS 1113 - Leader Development A (Compression)

    Credits: 3

    Two hours lecture Two hours laboratory

    Combine MS 1112  and MS 1122 .

    Note: Students with MS 1112  or MS 1122  will not receive credit.

    Fall
  
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    MS 1122 - Introduction to Leadership

    Credits: 2

    One hour lecture Two hours laboratory

    Applies principles of effective leadership, develops communication skills to improve individual performance and group interaction, and relates organizational ethical values to the effectiveness of leaders.

  
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    MS 2113 - Advanced Leadership

    Credits: 3

    Two hours lecture Two hours laboratory

    Applies leadership and problem-solving principles to complex case studies/simulations. Examines principles of subordinate motivation and organizational skills.

    Fall
  
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    MS 2123 - Tactics and Officership

    Credits: 3

    Two hours lecture Two hours laboratory

    Introduces basic tactics. Examines national and Army values. Applies principles of ethical decision-making. Examines the legal and historical foundations, duties and functions of officers.

    Spring
  
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    MS 2223 - Leader Development B (Compression)

    Credits: 3

    Two hours lecture Two hours laboratory

    Combines MS 2112 and 2122.

    Note: Students with MS 2112 or 2122 will not receive credit.

  
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    MS 2256 - Introductory Leadership Course

    Credits: 6

    Summer leadership training course designed to introduce students to all facets of the military with a focus on understanding traditional military leadership values.

    Note: The equivalent of MS 1112 , MS 1122 , 2122; or MS 1113  and MS 2223 .

    Summer
  
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    MS 3113 - Advanced Military Skills I

    Credits: 3

    Three hours lecture Two hours laboratory

    Prerequisite: MS 1112 , MS 1122 , 2112, and 2122 or instructor’s consent

    Detailed instruction on squad offensive and defensive tactics, to include specialized operations. Additional instruction in combat leadership and operations orders.

    Fall semester
  
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    MS 3123 - Advanced Military Skills II

    Credits: 3

    Three hours lecture Two hours laboratory

    Prerequisite: MS 1112 , MS 1122 , 2112, 2122, MS 3113  or instructor’s consent

    Advanced instruction on platoon tactical operations and small unit patrolling. Discussion on the operation and employment of weapons in the platoon.

    Spring Semester
  
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    MS 3376 - Advanced Leadership Course

    Credits: 6

    Prerequisite: MS 3113  and MS 3123  

    Summer leadership training course designed to train and to evaluate cadet’s leadership ability and officer potential.

    Summer
  
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    MS 4000 - Directed Individual Study



    Note: Hours and credits to be arranged. Maximum of six hours.

  
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    MS 4114 - Leadership Challenges and Goal-Setting

    Credits: 4

    Three hours lecture Three hours laboratory

    Prerequisite: Military Science Status or consent of instructor

    Plan, conduct and evaluate activities of the ROTC organization. Develop confidence in skills to lead people and manage resources. Apply Army policies and programs.

    Fall
  
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    MS 4124 - Transition to Lieutenant

    Credits: 4

    Three hours lecture Three hours laboratory

    Prerequisite: Military Science Senior Status or consent of instructor

    Theory and practice of the laws of war, leadership, and resolving ethical problems.

  
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    MUS 100 - Music Appreciation

    Credits: 3

    This course is designed to develop in the student a knowledge and appreciation of music through directed listening and study.

  
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    MUS 101 - Theory I

    Credits: 3

    A study of the basic elements of music, including part-writing and harmonic analysis.

  
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    MUS 102 - Theory II

    Credits: 3

    A study of the basic elements of music, including part-writing and harmonic analysis.

  
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    MUS 103 - Theory Lab I

    Credits: 1

    Sight singing, dictation, and keyboard harmony.

  
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    MUS 104 - Theory Lab II

    Credits: 1

    Sight singing, dictation, and keyboard harmony.

  
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    MUS 105 - Introduction to Music Literature

    Credits: 3

    This course is designed to provide basic techniques of listening to music and to give an introduction to the musical styles of Western Art Music and music of other cultures.

  
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    MUS 106 - Jazz Ensemble

    Credits: 1

    An instrumental ensemble specializing in the performance of traditional and contemporary jazz.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all students. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 107 - Group Keyboard Skills I

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: Music Majors Only

    Two hours laboratory. Fundamentals of piano for music majors.

  
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    MUS 108 - Instrumental Ensemble

    Credits: 1

    An instrumental ensemble which performs a variety of historical and contemporary literature.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all students. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 109 - Group Keyboard Skills II

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: MUS 107 , Music Majors Only

    Two hours laboratory. This course is designed to help the music major devlop the basic technical skills of piano playing and to reinforce theoretical concepts learned in other classes through practical application. This course is a continuation of MUS 107 .

  
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    MUS 110 - University Chorus

    Credits: 0-1

    A vocal ensemble which performs a variety of historical and contemporary literature.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all students.

  
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    MUS 111 - Wind Ensemble

    Credits: 1

    A large instrumental ensemble specializing in the performance of historical and contemporary literature.

  
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    MUS 112 - New Horizon

    Credits: 1

    A vocal-instrumental ensemble specializing in contemporary popular music styles. The ensemble represents MUW in performances throughout the year.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all students. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 114 - Chorale

    Credits: 0-1

    A select vocal ensemble which performs a variety of choral literature.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all students. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 115 - Chamber Singers

    Credits: 0-1

    A select vocal ensemble specializing in music written for smaller ensembles to include music from all periods of music history, both sacred and secular.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all students. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 116 - Male Ensemble

    Credits: 1

    A vocal ensemble which performs a variety of choral literature for male voices.

    Note: Repeatable. Open to all male students. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 121 - Major Brass Lessons, Music Composition, Percussion, Piano, Voice, Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in piano, or voice. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only.

  
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    MUS 121B - Major Brass Lessons

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in Brass. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music Majors Only.

  
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    MUS 121C - Major Music Composition

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in Music Composition. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only.

  
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    MUS 121D - Major Percussion

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Music Major

    Individual instruction in percussion. Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 121P - Major Piano



    Individual instruction in piano. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only.

  
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    MUS 121V - Major Voice



    Individual instruction in voice. Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 121W - Major Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Music Major

    Individual instruction in woodwinds. Students will focus their study on one specific instrument (bassoon, clarinet, flute, oboe, saxophone). Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 122 - Major Brass Lessons, Music Composition, Percussion, Piano, Voice, Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in piano or voice. Music majors must take each above listed course in their major area. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 122B - Major Brass Lessons

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in brass lessons. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 122C - Major Music Composition

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in Music Composition. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 122D - Major Percussion

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Music Major

    Individual instruction in percussion. Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 122P - Major Piano



    Individual instruction in piano. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 122V - Major Voice

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in voice. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 122W - Major Woodwinds



    Prerequisite: MUS 121W  

    Individual instruction in woodwinds. Students will focus their study on one specific instrument (bassoon, clarinet, flute, oboe, saxophone). Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 123 - Class Piano

    Credits: 2

    Class instruction in basic keyboard techniques. Class Piano is intended for students who have not received previous instruction in piano.

    Note: MUS 123 may be repeated once.

  
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    MUS 125 - Elective Piano, Voice, Instruments

    Credits: 1

    Elective courses are for students not majoring or minoring in music.  Meets weekly for one-half hour.

    Note: Repeatable. A fee is required. Meets weekly for one-half hour.

  
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    MUS 126 - Class Guitar

    Credits: 2

    Class instruction on basic functional guitar techniques.

  
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    MUS 127 - Secondary Instrument, Voice

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in piano or voice. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Repeatable. Music majors and minors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 127B - Secondary Instrument, Brass

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in trumpet, horn, trombone, euphonium, or tuba. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors or minors only. Instructor permission required.

  
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    MUS 127C - Secondary Instrument, Composition

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: MUS 102  

    Individual instruction in composition. Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 127D - Secondary Percussion

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Music Major or Minor

    Individual instruction in percussion. Music majors and minors only. Meets weekly for one hour. Repeatable. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 127W - Secondary Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Music Major or Minor

    Individual instruction in woodwinds. Students will focus their study on one specific instrument (bassoon, clarinet, flute, oboe, saxophone). Music majors and minors only. Meets weekly for one hour. Repeatable. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 128 - Class Voice I

    Credits: 2

    Class instruction in basic vocal techniques. Class Voice I is intended for students who have not received previous instruction in voice.

  
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    MUS 129 - Class Voice II

    Credits: 2

    Class instruction in basic vocal techniques. Class Voice I is intended for students who have not received previous instruction in voice.

  
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    MUS 135 - Great American Theatre Musicals

    Credits: 3

    A study of artistic and technical development of the Broadway musical presented in a workshop exploration of music and scenes extracted from representative works.

  
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    MUS 150 - Performance Techniques for Singers

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: Music Major

    Intensive training for singers in audition techniques/preparation, stagecraft, developing confidence and stage presence,and performance preparation for vocal solos and small ensembles (duets, trios) in a workshop environment.

  
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    MUS 151 - Introduction to Music Therapy I: Foundations

    Credits: 1

    An introduction to, and survey of, music therapy and the music therapy profession.

  
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    MUS 152 - Introduction To Music Therapy II: Populations

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: MUS 151 

    A study of the potentials of music therapy with a variety of clinical populations including examination of the levels and areas of music therapy practice.

    Note: Music Therapy majors only.

  
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    MUS 201 - Theory III

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MUS 101 -MUS 102 

    A continuation of the study of music theory, including extended harmony, counterpoint, and contemporary compositional practices.

  
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    MUS 202 - Theory IV

    Credits: 3

    Prerequisite: MUS 101 -MUS 102 

    A continuation of the study of music theory, including extended harmony, counterpoint, and contemporary compositional practices.

  
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    MUS 203 - Theory Lab III

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: MUS 103 , MUS 104 

    Advanced sight singing, dictation, and keyboard harmony.

  
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    MUS 204 - Theory Lab IV

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: MUS 103 , MUS 104 

    Advanced sight singing, dictation, and keyboard harmony.

  
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    MUS 205 - Music Education Praxis Preparation

    Credits: 1

    This course is designed to help students prepare to take the music education portions of the Praxis exam required for graduation and certification. Students will learn test taking strategies as well as review content that will likely be presented on the examination.

  
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    MUS 207 - Group Keyboard Skills III

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: MUS 107  and MUS 109 , Music Majors Only

    Two hours laboratory. This course is designed to help the music major further develop technical skills of piano playing and to reinforce theoretical concepts learned in other classes through practical application. This course will continue developing the piano skills the student has gained in MUS 107  and MUS 109 .

  
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    MUS 209 - Group Keyboard Skills IV

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisite: MUS 107 , MUS 109 , and MUS 207 , Music Majors Only

    Two hours laboratory. This course is designed to help the music major further develop technical skills of piano playing and to reinforce theoretical concepts learned in other classes through practical application. This course will continue developing the piano skills the student has gained in MUS 107 , MUS 109 , and MUS 207 .

  
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    MUS 215 - Diction for Singers

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Permission of the Department Chair of Music

    Instruction in phonetics for singing in Italian, French, German, and English.

  
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    MUS 220 - Class Instruments

    Credits: 2

    Instruction in the methods of teaching brass and woodwind instruments.

    Note: Open to Music Education majors only.

  
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    MUS 220B - Brass Instruments

    Credits: 1

    Note: Music majors or minor only. Instructor permission required.

  
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    MUS 220PR - Percussion Instruments

    Credits: 1

    Group instruction in teaching percussion instruments, including methods and materials of instruction for the music educator.

    Note: Music majors or minors only. Instructor permission required.

  
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    MUS 220S - String Instruments

    Credits: 1

    Group instruction in teaching string instruments, including methods and materials of instruction, for the music educator.

    Note: Music majors or minors only.

  
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    MUS 220W - Woodwind Instruments

    Credits: 1

    Group instruction in teaching woodwind instruments, including methods and materials of instruction, for the music educator.

    Note: Music Majors or minors only. Instructor permission required.

  
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    MUS 221 - Major Brass Lessons, Music Composition, Percussion, Piano, Voice, Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in piano or voice. Music majors must take each above listed course in their major area. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 221B - Major Brass Lessons

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in brass lessons. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 221C - Major Music Composition

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in music compostion. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music major only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 221D - Major Percussion

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: Music Major

    Individual instruction in percussion. Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 221P - Major Piano

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in piano. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 221V - Major Voice

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in voice. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 221W - Major Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: MUS 122W  

    Individual instruction in woodwinds. Students will focus their study on one specific instrument (bassoon, clarinet, flute, oboe, saxophone). Meets weekly for one hour.

  
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    MUS 222 - Major Brass Lessons, Music Composition, Percussion, Piano, Voice, Woodwinds

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in piano or voice. Music majors must take each above listed course in their major area. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 222B - Major Brass Lessons

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in brass lessons. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 222C - Major Music Composition

    Credits: 2

    Individual instruction in music composition. Meets weekly for one hour.

    Note: Music majors only. Audition required.

  
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    MUS 222D - Major Percussion

    Credits: 2

    Prerequisite: MUS 221D  

    Individual instruction in percussion. Meets weekly for one hour.

 

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