Sep 21, 2019  
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


TEP Acronyms

AL - Artistic Literacy IC - Innovation & Creativity SL - Servant Leadership
AW - Advanced Writing ID - Identity TECH - Computer Technology
CAP -  Capstone OC - Oral Communication TW - Teamwork
CT -  Critical Thinking QL - Math WC - Written Communication
FL - Foreign Language/Sign Language SCL - Science with Lab WEL - Wellness
GP - Global Perspective    

 

 
  
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    MUS 112M - Viola


    Applied study of solo literature for band or orchestral instruments. A student majoring in music education will select an instrument as his/her major performing medium. Seven to eight hours on one instrument constitutes the minimum requirement to major in that instrument. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 112N - Violoncello


    Applied study of solo literature for band or orchestral instruments. A student majoring in music education will select an instrument as his/her major performing medium. Seven to eight hours on one instrument constitutes the minimum requirement to major in that instrument. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 112O - Double Bass


    Applied study of solo literature for band or orchestral instruments. A student majoring in music education will select an instrument as his/her major performing medium. Seven to eight hours on one instrument constitutes the minimum requirement to major in that instrument. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 114 - Individual Piano


    Instruction in piano offered to meet the needs of the individual student at the various stages of his/her achievement. Emphasis is placed on acquiring suitable technique and a repertory of standard piano selections, representing the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern schools, according to the ability of the student. Materials include a study of major and minor scales; arpeggios in major keys; appropriate studies by such composers as Czerny, Heller and Burgmuller; Two-Part Inventions by Bach; Sonatinas by Clementi and Kuhlau; and the easier compositions of Chopin and Schumann. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Admission by Instructor’s approval. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 115 - Individual Voice


    Includes instruction in voice placement, breath control, free emission of vowels and consonants, vocalizing interpretation of folk songs, art songs, and other standard vocal literature of the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern Schools, according to the ability of the student. Materials for the first year of study are taken from the easy secular and scared songs of English and Old Italian literature. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Admission by Instructor’s approval. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 130 - Introduction to Music Theory


    This course provides instruction for music majors deficient in basic knowledge of music theory and includes instruction in fundamentals required for the serious study of music. Music majors must pass this course with a minimum grade of “B” and pass the music theory diagnostic exam before enrolling in MUS 131 . This course is also open to the general student auditioning for ensembles. For music majors the credit may be applied as a school elective. (3)
  
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    MUS 131 - Music Theory and Ear Training I


    Instruction in scales, intervals and chord formation, key signatures, inversions, transposition, meter and rhythmic counting, and development of sight-reading and dictation skills. Prerequisites: Score 85+ on Theory Diagnostic Exam, MUS 130 , or instructor consent. (3)
  
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    MUS 132 - Music Theory and Ear Training II


    Continues concepts and skills from MUS 131  and introduces non-harmonic tones, seventh chords and their inversions, harmonization of melodies, figured bass, continues development of sight-reading and dictation skills. Prerequisites: MUS 131 . (3)
  
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    MUS 201 - Marching Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in concert band. This course is open to any student meeting the eligibility requirements of the director. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 202J - Jazz Ensemble


    Designed to provide experiences in small combinations of orchestral and band instruments. This course will provide instrumentalists with special opportunities to grow through small ensemble performances. This course may be repeated at each level one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor, audition Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 203 - Concert Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in concert band. This course is open to any student meeting the eligibility requirement of the director. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 204 - College Choir


    College Choir is an SATB choral group that performs a diverse repertoire of choral literature and is open to all students. Instruction emphasizes development of vocal technique, musicianship, and performance etiquette. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 205 - Chamber Singers


    A course designed for a select group of vocalists.  The repertoire would include, but not limited to madrigals, show and jazz selections, operatic renditions and other music for small vocal ensembles. Prerequisite:  Audition by Choir Director. (1)
  
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    MUS 208 - Class Piano III


    Continues group piano instruction for non-keyboard music majors in skills and concepts introduced in MUS 109  and includes harmonization of folk melodies using various accompaniments styles, the introduction of simple solos, and continues development of sight-reading and aural skills. Prerequisites: MUS 109 , Concurrent enrollment in MUS 231  or instructor’s consent. (1)
  
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    MUS 209 - Class Piano IV


    Continues group piano instruction for non-keyboard music majors in skills and concepts introduced in MUS 208  and includes modulation, augmented sixth chords, the Neapolitan sixth chord, modes, sonata form, variation form, and rondo form, and continues development of sight-reading and aural skills. Prerequisites: MUS 208 , Concurrent enrollment in MUS 232  or instructor consent. (1)
  
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    MUS 212 - Individual Instrument


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212A - Flute


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212B - Oboe


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212C - Bassoon


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212D - Clarinet


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212E - Saxophone


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212F - Percussion


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212G - Trumpet


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212H - French Horn


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212I - Trombone


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212J - Euphonium


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212K - Tuba


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212L - Violin


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212M - Viola


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212N - Violoncello


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 212O - Double Bass


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 112 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 214 - Individual Piano


    A continuation of MUS 114 . Major and minor scales in quarter and eighth notes; selected studies from Czerny, Heller, Burgmuller, and others; selections from “Little Preludes and Fugues” by Bach; selected compositions by Classical, Romantic, and Modern composers. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 114 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 215 - Individual Voice


    A continuation of MUS 115 , including technical studies in breathing, posture, diction, and the development of range and expressiveness. Materials on this level include easy oratorio literature as well as the songs and arias of Bach, Handel, and Haydn in English and Italian song literature. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 115 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 231 - Music Theory and Ear Training III


    Continues skills and concepts from MUS 132  and introduces harmonic progression, rules of voice leading, study of non-harmonic tones, continues development of sight-reading and dictation skills. Prerequisites: MUS 109 , MUS 132 . (2)
  
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    MUS 232 - Music Theory and Ear Training IV


    Continues concepts and skills from MUS 231  and introduces 9th, 11th, and 13th chords, chromatic harmony, borrowed tones, the Neapolitan 6th chord, the augmented 6th chord, secondary dominants, modulations, and other chromatically altered chords, and continues development of sight-reading and dictation skills. Prerequisites: MUS 208 , MUS 231 . (3) T1 CT
  
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    MUS 238 - Music and World Cultures


    A comparative study of music from selected non-western traditions. (3)
  
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    MUS 243 - Diction I


    Introduces vocal majors to Latin, Italian, and English diction for singers. (1)
  
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    MUS 244 - Diction II


    Continues instruction in English diction and introduce French and German diction for singers. Prerequisites: MUS 243 . (1)
  
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    MUS 247 - Music Appreciation


    This introductory course instructs students in the basic elements of music styles, forms, genres, composers, and representative works. Required for Music Majors. (3)
  
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    MUS 248 - Survey of African American Music


    This is a historical survey of African American music designed to familiarize the student with the basic elements of music, styles, forms, genres, composers, and representative works. (3)
  
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    MUS 249 - Survey of African American Sacred Music


    This course introduces students to music traditions and styles of African American religious experience. Instruction emphasizes basic elements of music, sociopolitical influences, styles, forms, genres, composers, and representative works. (3)
  
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    MUS 253 - Computer Technology for Musicians


    This course introduces students to music software applications as tools for continued development of skills in composition, arranging and research. Prerequisites: MUS 132 . (3)
  
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    MUS 301 - Marching Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in concert band. This course is open to any student meeting the eligibility requirements of the director. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 302J - Jazz Ensemble


    Designed to provide experiences in small combinations of orchestral and band instruments. This course will provide instrumentalists with special opportunities to grow through small ensemble performances. This course may be repeated at each level one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor, audition Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 303 - Concert Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in concert band. This course is open to any student meeting the eligibility requirement of the director. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 304 - College Choir


    College Choir is an SATB choral group that performs a diverse repertoire of choral literature and is open to all students. Instruction emphasizes development of vocal technique, musicianship, and performance etiquette. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 305 - Chamber Singers


    A course designed for a select group of vocalists.  The repertoire would include, but not limited to madrigals, show and jazz selections, operatic renditions and other music for small vocal ensembles. Prerequisite:  Audition by Choir Director. (1)
  
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    MUS 305 - College Chorale


    Advanced study and performance of selected sacred and secular choral literature of all periods. Continued development of music literacy, reading skills, and vocal technique. Select group chosen by the conductor and requires the ability to read music. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312 - Individual Instrument


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312A - Individual Instrument-Flute


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312B - Individual Instrument-Oboe


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312C - Individual Instrument-Bassoon


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312D - Individual Instrument-Clarinet


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312E - Individual Instrument-Saxophone


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312F - Individual Instrument-Percussion


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312G - Individual Instrument-Trumpet


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312H - Individual Instrument-French Horn


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312I - Individual Instrument-Trombone


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312J - Individual Instrument-Euphonium


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312K - Individual Instrument-Tuba


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312L - Individual Instrument-Violin


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312M - Individual Instrument-Viola


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312N - Individual Instrument-Violoncello


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 312O - Individual Instrument-Double Bass


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 212 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 314 - Individual Piano


    A continuation of MUS 214 . Technical work is continued and compositions studied may include a sonata by Haydn, Mozart, or Beethoven; “Songs Without Words” by Mendelssohn; “Three Part Inventions” by Bach; selected preludes and fugues from the “Well Tempered Clavier by Bach; and selections by twentieth century composers. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 214 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 315 - Individual Voice


    A continuation of MUS 215 , including technical studies and the study of arias and art songs in English, Italian, German, and/or French of increasing range and difficulty. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor, MUS 215 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 316 - Individual Organ


    A continuation of MUS 216  in technical studies and repertoire. Representative works from all periods are studied. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 216 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 318 - Gospel Choir


    The study and performance of selected gospel choral literature used for contemporary sacred worship. This course is open to any student meeting eligibility requirements of the director. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 218 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 319 - Concert Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in the band. This course is open to any student meeting eligibility requirements of the director. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 219 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 332 - Arranging


    Instruction in the techniques and tools of arranging for instrumental and vocal ensembles. Prerequisites: MUS 209  and MUS 232 . (3)
  
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    MUS 336 - Composition


    In this course, students explore their own creativity as they compose original pieces of music. Students will also study the various techniques and tools of composition as they seek to develop individually and artistry. Prerequisites: MUS 209  and MUS 232 . (3)
  
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    MUS 343 - Survey of Music History and Literature I


    This is an intensive study of western music from the middle ages to 1750 with an emphasis on sociopolitical influences, style characteristics, forms, composers, and representative works. Prerequisites: MUS 209 , MUS 232 , and MUS 247 . (3)
  
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    MUS 344 - Survey of Music History and Literature II


    This is an intensive study of western music from 1750 to the present with an emphasis on sociopolitical influences, style characteristics, forms, composers, and representative works. Prerequisites: MUS 343 . (3)
  
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    MUS 345 - Survey of Jazz


    This course introduces the student to the various jazz styles and performers via the study of representative works from the different style periods. (3)
  
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    MUS 401 - Marching Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in concert band. This course is open to any student meeting the eligibility requirements of the director. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 402J - Jazz Ensemble


    Designed to provide experiences in small combinations of orchestral and band instruments. This course will provide instrumentalists with special opportunities to grow through small ensemble performances. This course may be repeated at each level one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor, audition Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 403 - Concert Band


    All music majors are encouraged to gain experience in instrumental music through membership in concert band. This course is open to any student meeting the eligibility requirement of the director. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 404 - College Choir


    College Choir is an SATB choral group that performs a diverse repertoire of choral literature and is open to all students. Instruction emphasizes development of vocal technique, musicianship, and performance etiquette. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite: audition. (1)
  
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    MUS 405 - Chamber Singers


    A course designed for a select group of vocalists.  The repertoire would include, but not limited to madrigals, show and jazz selections, operatic renditions and other music for small vocal ensembles. Prerequisite:  Audition by Choir Director. (1)
  
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    MUS 405 - College Chorale


    Advanced study and performance of selected sacred and secular choral literature of all periods. Continued development of music literacy, reading skills, and vocal technique. Select group chosen by the conductor and requires the ability to read music. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412 - Individual Instrument


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412A - Individual Instrument-Flute


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (2)
  
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    MUS 412B - Individual Instrument-Oboe


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412C - Individual Instrument-Bassoon


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412D - Individual Instrument-Clarinet


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412E - Individual Instrument-Saxophone


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412F - Individual Instrument-Percussion


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412G - Individual Instrument-Trumpet


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412H - Individual Instrument-French Horn


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412I - Individual Instrument-Trombone


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412J - Individual Instrument-Euphonium


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412K - Individual Instrument-Tuba


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412L - Individual Instrument-Violin


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412M - Individual Instrument-Viola


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412N - Individual Instrument-Violoncello


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 412O - Individual Instrument-Double Bass


    A continuation of the study of solo literature for orchestral and band instruments in preparation for the senior recital. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 312 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 414 - Individual Piano


    Continuation of MUS 314 . This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 314 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 415 - Individual Voice


    Provides advanced vocal techniques and literature. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 315 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 416 - Individual Organ


    continuation of MUS 316  in technical studies and repertoire This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 316 . Fee required. (1)
  
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    MUS 418 - Gospel Choir


    The study and performance of selected gospel choral literature used for contemporary sacred worship. This course is open to any student meeting eligibility requirements of the director. This course may be repeated one additional time for credit. Prerequisites: MUS 318 . Fee required. (0.5)
 

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