Jan 23, 2022  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Mathematics

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Music (Class Piano)

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Music (Theory)

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Music (Laboratories)

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Music (Education)

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Music (Literature)

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Music (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. A fee is charged for applied music courses. Consult with the Business Office for the current fee schedule. 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

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Music (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. A fee is charged for applied music courses. Consult with the Business Office for the current fee schedule. 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

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Music (Performing Ensembles)

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

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Music (Industry)

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Organizational Leadership

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Physics

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Political Science

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Psychology

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