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    Chowan University
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Music Education

   •  MUSI 432 - Marching Band Techniques
   •  MUSI 449 - Instrumental Conducting
   •  MUSI 453 - Choral Conducting
   •  MUSI 499 - Special Projects

Music Literature

   •  MUSI 161 - Music Appreciation
   •  MUSI 171 - Worlds of Music
   •  MUSI 371 - Music History I
   •  MUSI 372 - Music History II

Applied Music

The following courses in applied music are open to any student (music major or non-music major) in the university. Work in applied music is regarded not merely as technical training in performance, but also as a study of the standard literature. For each of the courses, the student receives a one-half hour lesson per week and must complete a minimum of seven (7) practice hours per week. The same course numbers are used for all instruments studied. The specific instrument is indicated by the following abbreviations placed after the course number:

  • A - Voice
  • B - Piano
  • C - Organ
  • E - Euphonium
  • F - Percussion
  • G - Cello
  • H - Guitar
  • J - Composition/Music Production
  • K - Flute
  • L - Saxophone
  • M - Clarinet
  • N - Bassoon
  • O - Violin
  • P - Viola
  • Q - Trumpet
  • R - French Horn
  • S - Trombone
  • T - Tuba
  • U - Bass

   •  MUSI 111 - Applied Music for Non-Majors

Applied Music for the Music Major

The following courses in applied music are open to music majors only. Work in applied music is regarded not merely as technical training in performance, but also as a study of the standard literature. For each of the courses, the student receives a one-hour lesson per week and must complete a minimum of seven (7) practice hours per week. The same course numbers are used for all instruments studied. The specific instrument is indicated by the following abbreviations placed after the course number:

  • A - Voice
  • B - Piano
  • C - Organ
  • E - Euphonium
  • F - Percussion
  • G - Cello
  • H - Guitar
  • J - Composition/Music Production
  • K - Flute
  • L - Saxophone
  • M - Clarinet
  • N - Bassoon
  • O - Violin
  • P - Viola
  • Q - Trumpet
  • R - French Horn
  • S - Trombone
  • T - Tuba
  • U - Bass

   •  MUSI 112 - Applied Music for Majors

Performing Ensembles

NOTE: Other performing ensembles (no credit) may be organized from time to time for student participation.

   •  MUSI 181 - Chowan Winds
   •  MUSI 183 - Jazz Band
   •  MUSI 185 - Men's Chorus
   •  MUSI 186 - Woodwind Ensemble
   •  MUSI 187 - Brass Ensemble
   •  MUSI 188 - Percussion Ensemble
   •  MUSI 189 - Chowan Hawks Band
   •  MUSI 193 - Chowan Singers
   •  MUSI 197 - Show Choir

Music Industry

   •  MUSI 256 - Computer Applications for Music
   •  MUSI 345 - Survey of Music Business
   •  MUSI 354 - Basic Audio and Live Sound
   •  MUSI 356 - Introduction to Recording Studio Techniques
   •  MUSI 446 - Internship

Perspectives

   •  PERS 101 - Perspectives
   •  PERS 102 - Perspectives
   •  PERS 103 - Perspectives
   •  PERS 104 - Perspectives

Physics

   •  PHYS 101 - General Physics I
   •  PHYS 102 - General Physics II
   •  PHYS 203 - Advanced General Physics I
   •  PHYS 204 - Advanced General Physics II
   •  PHYS 211 - Earth Science
   •  PHYS 491 - Seminar
   •  PHYS 492 - Directed Research

Political Science

   •  PS 101 - Introduction to American Politics

Psychology

   •  PSYC 110 - General Psychology
   •  PSYC 211 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSYC 230 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYC 240 - Psychology of Gender
   •  PSYC 250 - Cultural Diversity in Psychological Issues
   •  PSYC 280 - Alcohol/Drug Studies I
   •  PSYC 299 - Special Topics
   •  PSYC 300 - Statistics for Psychology
   •  PSYC 315 - Introduction to Research Methods
   •  PSYC 320 - Physiological Psychology
   •  PSYC 340 - Personality Theories
   •  PSYC 350 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYC 360 - Alcohol/Drug Studies II
   •  PSYC 370 - Introduction to Counseling
   •  PSYC 395 - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSYC 399 - Special Topics
   •  PSYC 410 - Positive Psychology
   •  PSYC 420 - Interpersonal and Family Dynamics
   •  PSYC 430 - Addiction and the Family
   •  PSYC 440 - Group Process
   •  PSYC 480 - Senior Capstone
   •  PSYC 491 - Experimental Psychology
   •  PSYC 499 - Special Topics

Religion

   •  REL 101 - Understanding the Bible: Texts and Contexts
   •  REL 200 - Religion Colloquim
   •  REL 203 - History, Literature, and Religion of the Hebrew Bible
   •  REL 213 - History, Literature, and Religion of the New Testament
   •  REL 221 - Introduction to Ethics
   •  REL 231 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  REL 246 - Baptist Life and Thought
   •  REL 268 - World Religions
   •  REL 270 - History of the World Christian Movement
   •  REL 280 - Introduction to Biblical Languages
   •  REL 290 - Missions Practicum
   •  REL 319 - Jesus in Contemporary Interpretation
   •  REL 340 - Christianity in the Roman Empire
   •  REL 350 - History of Christianity
   •  REL 352 - Theory and Method in the Study of Religion
   •  REL 361 - Christian Theology
   •  REL 362 - Hebrew Prophets and the Contemporary World
   •  REL 363 - The Social World of Early Christianity
   •  REL 366 - Islam
   •  REL 372 - Global Ministry and Cross Cultural Issues
   •  REL 374 - Local Church in Mission and Ministry
   •  REL 380 - Christian Vocations
   •  REL 381 - Communication for Christian Vocations
   •  REL 390 - Travel Study
   •  REL 399 - Special Topics
   •  REL 415 - Apocalypticism
   •  REL 419 - Jesus in His Historical Context
   •  REL 420 - Paul the Apostle
   •  REL 452 - Topics in the History of Christianity
   •  REL 470 - Theology of the World Christian Movement
   •  REL 490 - Internship
   •  REL 495 - Religion Capstone Seminar

Social Studies Education

   •  SSED 471 - Methods of Teaching High School Social Studies

Sociology

   •  SOCI 101 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOCI 207 - Marriage and Family Living

Spanish

   •  SPAN 101 - Elementary Spanish
   •  SPAN 102 - Elementary Spanish
   •  SPAN 201 - Intermediate Spanish
   •  SPAN 202 - Intermediate Spanish
   •  SPAN 203 - Intermediate Composition and Conversation
   •  SPAN 204 - Intermediate Composition and Conversation
 

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