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MAC 1105   COLLEGE ALGEBRA

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAT 1033 with a grade of C or better (recommend MAT 1033 taken within the last two years), or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. Major topics include: functions and functional notation; domains and ranges of functions; graphs of functions and relations; operations on functions; inverse functions; linear, quadratic and rational functions; absolute value and radical functions; exponential and logarithmic properties, functions and equations; systems of equations and inequalities; applications such as curve fitting, modeling, optimization, exponential and logarithmic growth and decay. (Credit is not given for both MAC 1105 and MAC 1106). 47 contact hours.

MAC 1106   COMBINED COLLEGE ALGEBRA/PRE-CALCULUS

credits: 5  

Prerequisite: MAT 1033 with a minimum grade of C or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This course covers major topics to include: function and relations including domain and range, operations on functions, and inverse functions; polynomial, rational and other algebraic functions, their properties and graphs; polynomial, absolute value, and rational equations and inequalities; exponential and logarithmic functions, their properties and graphs; solving systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, and determinants; piecewise-defined functions; conic sections; sequences and series; applications such as curve fitting, modeling, optimization, and exponential and logarithmic growth and decay; mathematical induction; binomial theorem and applications. Credit is not given for both MAC 1106 and either MAC 1105 or MAC 1140. 77 contact hours.

MAC 1114   TRIGONOMETRY

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAC 1105 with a grade of C or better, or MAC 1106 with a grade of C or better, or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test or program director approval. MAC 1114 may be taken concurrently with MAC 1140. This course is a study of trigonometry with emphasis on circular functions. Major topics include: trigonometric and circular functions, inverse trigonometric functions, identities, equations, solution of triangles, complex numbers, vectors, parametric equations, polar coordinates and applications. (Credit is not given for both MAC 1114 and MAC 1147.) 47 contact hours.

MAC 1140   PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAC 1105 or appropriate score on mathematics placement test or program director approval. May be taken concurrently with MAC 1114. Major topics include: polynomial, rational and other algebraic functions, their properties and graphs; polynomial and rational inequalities; exponential and logarithmic functions, their properties and graphs; piecewise-defined functions; conic sections; matrices and determinants; sequences and series; mathematical induction; binomial theorem and applications. (Credit is not given for MAC 1140 and MAC 1106 or MAC 1140 and MAC 1147.) 47 contact hours.

MAC 1147   PRE-CALCULUS ALGEBRA/TRIGONOMETRY

credits: 5  
Prerequisite: High school trigonometry and MAC 1105 or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This is an accelerated course covering the topics of both MAC 1140 and MAC 1114 in a single session and is intended primarily for the student who plans to take MAC 2311-2313. Major topics in algebra include: polynomial, rational and other algebraic functions, their properties and graphs; polynomial and rational inequalities; exponential and logarithmic functions, their properties and graphs; piecewise-defined functions; conic sections; matrices and determinants; sequences and series; mathematical induction; binomial theorem and applications. The trigonometry has emphasis on circular functions. Major topics in trigonometry include: trigonometric functions, their properties and graphs; inverse trigonometric equations; solutions of triangles; vector algebra; parametric equations; polar coordinates; applications. (Credit is not given for both MAC 1147 and either MAC 1140 or MAC 1114.) 77 contact hours.

MAC 2233   APPLIED CALCULUS I

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAC 1105 or MAC 1106 or satisfactory score on the Mathematics placement test or program director approval. This course is a geometric and heuristic approach to calculus: differentiation and integration of algebraic and exponential, and logarithmic functions, applications to graphing, marginal analysis, optimization and areas. This course cannot be used to satisfy requirements of students majoring in mathematics or engineering. (Credit is not given for both MAC 2233 and MAC 2311.) 47 contact hours.

MAC 2234   APPLIED CALCULUS II

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAC 2233 or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This course is designed to follow MAC 2233 and includes topics from integral calculus, partial differentiation, and double integration. Emphasis is placed on applications in ecology, economics, geometry, physical sciences and business. (Credit is not given for both MAC 2234 and MAC 2312.) 47 contact hours.

MAC 2311   CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I

credits: 5  
Prerequisite: (MAC 1106 and MAC 1114), or (MAC 1140 and MAC 1114), or (MAC 1147), or satisfactory score on the SPC mathematics placement test or program director approval. In this first course the topics include limits and continuity, the derivative of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, implicit differentiation, applications of the derivative, differentials, indefinite and definite integrals, and applications of exponential functions. (Credit is not given for both MAC 2311 and MAC 2233.) 77 contact hours.

MAC 2311H   HONORS CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I

credits: 5  
Prerequisite: (MAC 1140 and MAC 1114) or (MAC 1106 and MAC 1114) or (MAC 1147) or (acceptance into the Honors College) or approval of the program director. In this first course the topics include limits and continuity, the derivative of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, implicit differentiation, applications of the derivative, differentials, indefinite and definite integrals, and applications of exponential functions. (Credit is not also given for MAC 2311 or MAC 2233.) 77 contact hours.

MAC 2312   CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II

credits: 5  
Prerequisite: MAC 2311 or satisfactory score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This course is designed to follow MAC 2311. Topics include inverse trigonometric functions, hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions, areas, volumes, centroids, work, fluid pressure, length of arc, trigonometric integrals, integration techniques, polar coordinates, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, infinite series, plane curves, parametric equations, conic sections, and computer work. (Credit is not also given for MAC 2234.) 77 contact hours.

MAC 2313   CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III

credits: 4  
Prerequisite: MAC 2312 or satisfactory score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This course is designed to follow MAC 2312. Topics include vectors in the plane and space, three-dimensional surfaces, various coordinate systems, vector-valued functions, differential calculus of functions of several variables, gradients, directional derivatives, applications of partial derivatives, multiple integration, vector analysis, line integrals, surface integrals, and applications. 62 contact hours.

MAD 2104   DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAC 2311 or consent of instructor. This course is designed for those students who are majoring in computer science, engineering, mathematics and other highly technical fields. Topics include formal logic, set theory, combinatorics, mathematical induction, relations and functions, recursion, and graph theory. 47 contact hours.

MAD 3107   DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAC 2311 with a minimum grade of C or MAC 2311H with a minimum grade of C. This course is designed to give mathematics education majors a thorough understanding of the nature and importance of mathematical proof as well as provide knowledge of a variety of discrete mathematics topics. Topics include proofs and proof techniques, direct proof, proof by cases, proof using the contrapositive, proof by contradiction, proof by counterexample, mathematical induction, logical arguments, sets and relations including equivalence relations and partial orders, functions and their inverses and compositions, recursion and recurrence relations, probability, counting principles, permutations, combinations, graph theory, and trees. Special emphasis will be placed on mathematical reasoning. 47 contact hours. (Credit is not also given for MAD 2104.)

MAE 3320   INTERACTIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROJECTS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite : Admission to :Middle Grades Mathematics Education (5-9) BS, OR Secondary Mathematics Education (6-12) BS, OR ICERT-NO, OR RCERT-NO; Corequisite: MAE 3941. This course is designed for students who are majoring in mathematics education. In this course students learn principles of effective curriculum design and assessment and apply these principles by designing and developing interactive mathematics curriculum projects for middle school students. This course is offered concurrently with the one credit hour practicum, Interactive Middle School Mathematics Projects. This course addresses specific Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, and/or Common Core State Standards, and pedagogy pertinent to the discipline and required for certification. 47 contact hours.

MAE 3823   CONNECTIONS THROUGH ALGEBRAIC THINKING

credits: 4  

Prerequisite: Admission to Middle Grades Mathematics Education (5-9) BS, and DEP 3305, OR ICERT-NO, OR RCERT-NO. This course is designed to develop a background for the middle school mathematics teacher that will enable the teacher to understand the relationship between the brain and learning, the meaning of conceptual change, some of the history of symbolic language, the geometric terms used for shapes and simple relationships, the significance of readiness for abstract thought and the importance of variety in teaching through presentations that utilize technology and connections to out-of-school experiences. The course will emphasize the constructivist approach and the teaching of solving problems mathematically. The course will utilize Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS), and/or Common core State Standards in problem solving in algebraic and geometric applications as well as applications with basic numerical operations. 62 contact hours.

MAE 3941   INTERACTIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PROJECTS PRACTICUM

credits: 1  

Prerequisite(s): Admission to Secondary Math Education BS or Middle Grades Math Education BS. Corequisite(s): MAE 3320. This course is designed for students who are majoring in mathematics education. This practicum accompanies Interactive Middle School Mathematics Projects. Students spend a minimum of sixty (60) school-based hours in the middle school classroom. 17 contact hours.
 

MAE 4330   INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS IN SECONDARY MATHEMATICS WITH TECHNOLOGY

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Secondary Math Education OR Secondary Math EPI, and Corequisite MAE 4942 with a minimum grade of C. This course is designed for students who are majoring in secondary mathematics education or middle grades math education and is offered concurrently with Instructional Methods in Secondary Mathematics with Technology Practicum. This course addresses the required instructional methods, techniques, strategies, resources, and assessment considerations for effective teaching of secondary mathematics. It also incorporates appropriate technology to support the learning of mathematics. This course addresses specific Next Generation Sunshine State Standards, and/or Common Core State Standards, and pedagogy pertinent to the discipline and required for certification. 47 contact hours.

MAE 4642   ASSESSING COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE ISSUES IN LEARNING MATHEMATICS

credits: 2  

Prerequisites: Admission to : Middle Grades Mathematics Education (5-9) BS, and EDF 3214 or DEP 3305 OR Secondary Mathematics Education (6-12) BS, and EDF 3214, OR DEP 3305, OR ICERT-NO, OR RCERT-NO. This course is designed for students who are majoring in mathematics education and who will be obtaining teacher certification in grades 5 -12. This course assesses research-based evidence of cognitive and affective factors that impede or enhance learning (e.g., learner characteristics, what makes learning a particular concept difficult, teaching methodologies for specific areas of content) and applies this evidence to the teaching of mathematics. It emphasizes pedagogical reflection and problem solving by means of active learning strategies, physical and visual materials, print and electronic resources and effective questioning and communicating. This course addresses specific subject matter competencies and pedagogy pertinent to the discipline and Common Core State Standards and required for certification. 32 contact hours.

MAE 4940   INTERNSHIP: SECONDARY MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 6-12

credits: 12  

Prerequisites: Successful completion of all Secondary Mathematics Education BS program requirements and passing of all sections of the General Knowledge and Professional Education Exam. This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate competency on the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at the pre-professional level during one semester of full time internship in a 6-12 school setting as approved by the College of Education. Teacher candidates must assume full-day teaching duties for a minimum of six weeks during the fifteen week internship. The internship also includes mandatory on-campus seminars. Contact hours: a minimum of 35 hours per week for 15 weeks.

MAE 4942   INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS IN SECONDARY MATHEMATICS WITH TECHNOLOGY PRACTICUM

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Admission to MTSED-BS, MGMED-BS; Corequisite(s): MAE 4330. This course is designed for students who are majoring in mathematics education and is offered concurrently with Instructional Methods in Secondary Mathematics with Technology. This course provides students with opportunities to apply the knowledge of teaching methods, techniques, and strategies learned in Instructional Methods in Secondary Mathematics with Technology. There are sixty (60) school-based hours of teaching/observation required and will be coordinated with in-service high school teachers and their curriculum schedules and needs. 17 contact hours

MAE 4943   INTERNSHIP: MIDDLE GRADES MATHEMATICS EDUCATION 5-9

credits: 12  

Prerequisites: This course requires a teacher candidate to demonstrate competency on the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices (FEAPs) at the pre-professional level during one semester of full time internship in a 5-9 public or private school setting as approved by the Dean College of Education. Teacher candidates must assume full-day teaching duties for a minimum of six weeks during the fifteen week internship. The internship also includes a series of mandatory professional leadership on-campus seminars. Contact hours: 525

MAN 2021   PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
This course studies the basic fundamentals of management underlying the solution of problems in organization and operation of business enterprises and the application of these fundamentals to specific fields of business and industrial management. 47 contact hours.

MAN 2340   SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
This course covers practical applications in the major practices of modern supervision, including leadership, communication, motivation, performance appraisal, staffing, training and employee development, factors involved in safety, and time management. 47 contact hours.

MAN 2582   INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Basic computer literacy and college level math skills are suggested. This course introduces the basic terminology and concepts of Project Management. Students will become familiar with project scope definition, planning, estimating techniques, staffing and scheduling. Students will develop project plans, write project status reports, and conduct project status meetings. Features of Project Management software will be covered; students will learn an example software package, and use it to develop project plans. 47 contact hours.

MAN 2604   INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS IN BUSINESS

credits: 3  

This course examines intercultural communication from a business perspective. Students will study facets of communication differences in various cultures. Emphasis is on increasing understanding of cultural issues that affect communication effectiveness in international business, with particular attention to four major current and emerging trade partners: Mexico, Germany, Japan and Russia. 47 contact hours.

MAN 2940   MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP

credits: 1-4  
Prerequisite: Academic Department Coordinator/Chair approval. This course is to be taken after the student has completed 9 credit hours in their major field of study. The purpose of this course is to allow students a "real world" experience with major-related, supervised, evaluated practical work experiences which may be paid or voluntary. Students are graded on the basis of documented learning acquired through hands-on experiences in an actual work setting. Variable credits are available, one to four per course. The student must fulfill the requirement of 60 on-the-job hours for each credit earned in addition to written assignments. This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MAN 3240   APPLIED ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, Business Administration BS, Technology Management BAS, Health Services Administration BAS, Health Services Administration BASPR, Public Safety Administration BAS, or Educational Studies BS. This course will provide a broad overview of organizational functioning. This will include basic management, individual differences, diversity, communication, motivation, team building, leadership and the dimensions of organizational structure, design, culture and change. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3301   PUBLIC PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to the Public Safety BAS Program, Public Policy and Administration BS Program, or Educational Studies BS program. This course will provide the student an examination of the services that are provided by a manager of a human resources department. The student will be introduced to the legal issues associated with personnel management, staffing, development, compensation and benefits, and labor relations. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3303   MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP PRACTICES

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS, Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Technology Management BAS, Public Safety Administration BAS or Educational Studies BS. This course presents concepts, principles, and techniques of business management and leadership in a dynamic organizational environment. This course will incorporate management skill development as it relates to the core aspects of leadership. The student will be empowered to facilitate organizational objectives through techniques such as planning, organizing, controlling, and leading. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3503   MANAGERIAL RISK ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Business Administration BS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, Project Management Certificate, or Technology Management BAS. This course covers a framework for making decisions, as well as understanding how these decisions can be used to manage risk. Managers need to understand how they personally value risk in order to recognize the potential impact their behavior may have on organizations and stakeholders. This course will study approaches that students may develop and apply decision making and risk analysis to solve problems in different operating environments. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3504   OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: CGS 1100 and admission to the Banking BAS, Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management and Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, Technology Management BAS, Business Technology Education BS or Educational Studies BS program. This course helps the student understand the decision science used to tackle problems across the entire enterprise in order to improve productivity and quality across complex and dynamic systems. Students learn ten strategic operations management decisions and the role operations management has in creating a competitive advantage in service and manufacturing organizations. Students will understand how to identify key factors impacting decisions and will be exposed to analytical tools to aid in decision making. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3593   LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAN 3504 and Admission to Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, or Management & Organizational Leadership BAS. This course presents the basic concepts, principles, and techniques of logistics management. Emphasis will be on the student’s developing an international view while centering them in the real themes, demands, and opportunities of an evolving and dynamic business workplace. This course will incorporate basic logistics management, logistics operations, and customer/supplier relationships as they relate to the core aspects of the management practice. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3600   INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS, Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, Business Technology Education BS, or Educational Studies BS program. This course will provide a broad overview of management practices from an international perspective. This will include international management, strategic analysis and planning in a global setting, implementation and control of businesses and managing technology components to meet the challenges of globalization. Emphasis will be on addressing issues and opportunities that managers face when managing multinational multicultural organizations. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3780   SUSTAINABILITY IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT: GREEN CONSTRUCTION AND URBAN PLANNING

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: ARC 2461 or MAN 3786 and admission to the Sustainability Management BAS Program. This course is intended to provide an overview of concepts of green construction methods and urban planning. Topics covered include sustainable building construction techniques, sustainable neighborhood development, and sustainable urban practices in future land use planning, transportation design, recycling, storm water, and waste management. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3784   SUSTAINABILITY IN THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: General Education science requirement (Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology, Tropical Ecology, Earth Science, Geology, Meteorology, or Oceanography) and admission to the Sustainability Management BAS Program. This course is intended to provide an overview of principles of sustainability regarding the natural environment. Topics covered include business effects and mitigation of air, land, and water pollution, soil erosion and resource extraction, climate change, and threats to biodiversity. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3786   SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE PLANNING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Business Administration BS, Management and Organizational Leadership BAS, or Sustainability Management BAS. This course introduces students to assessment tools, design and construction considerations, and operating planning requirements for sustainable enterprises. Students will learn about the ecological and economic benefits of sustainability/green practices. Additionally, they will learn how product, process, and service decisions affect sustainable enterprise concepts. Today’s enterprises focus on social and environmental challenges, marketing, supply chain decisions, recycling, reusing, reconditioning, and other product and service decisions in order to realize a competitive advantage. This course will focus on best practices, case studies, evolving trends, and experimental efforts regarding sustainable/green systems. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3802   PRINCIPLES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability BAS or Business Administration BS or Health Services Administration BAS. This course provides an overview of the multiple elements associated with starting and operating a small business. There will be a wide range of fundamentals covered, including: identifying needs of the marketplace, researching and assessing market opportunities, identifying and analyzing risk, creating a value proposition, designing an introductory marketing platform, obtaining financing, cash flow strategies, operating a small business, growing a small business and relevant best practices. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3860   PHILANTHROPY AND THE MANAGEMENT OF THE NOT-FOR-PROFIT (NFP)

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management and Organizational Leadership BAS, Business Administration BS, or Sustainability Management BAS. This course will provide the student with an introduction to the principles of philanthropy and the history of the creation of not-for-profit organizations. Attention will be given to strategic planning as an essential executive management tool for the growth and survival of not-for-profit organizations. This includes the understanding of the purpose of a strong mission and vision statement. Also, students will be introduced to the role of a board of trustees and the importance of volunteer management. Attention will also be given to the executive manager’s role in evaluating, setting, and implementing financial goals for the organization’s sustainability. This course includes a brief introduction to the most common types of fund development plans. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3861   MANAGEMENT OF THE FUND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IN NOT-FOR-PROFIT (NFP)

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MAN 3860 and Admission to the Management and Organizational Leadership BAS program or permission of the Dean. This course will provide students with a comprehensive introduction to fund-raising strategies and tools of not-for-profit organizations. The elements of institutional readiness for fund raising will be examined with attention to the role of the board of trustees and volunteers, policies and procedures, and the master plan of the organization. The place of public relations and marketing, as well as the participation of non-development managers in the fund-promotion effort, will be considered. The annual giving program will be introduced as the foundation of mission-driven, volunteer-powered fund development. Fund raising from foundations and corporations will be reviewed with special focus on the preparation of funding proposals. Major investments by donors in the institution’s mission, in terms of special purpose major gifts and gift planning will be reviewed, and issues of fund development management and efficiency will be examined. 47 contact hours.

MAN 3930   SEMINARS IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This course focuses on current and emerging issues in business and management. Its format and topics will vary but will typically be a full day or a half-day seminar conducted by one or more industry subject-matter experts who will address a specific business and management topic, such as financial markets, international trade, human resources, cultural issues, or economic subjects, etc. The requirements of each student will vary with the topics in question. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 3 credits using different seminar topics. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #1: ISSUES IN MODERN BANKING
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This specific section of the Seminars in Business and Management course focuses on current and emerging issues in Bank and Financial Services Management. Its format and topics will include a half- to one-day seminar by a practicing financial services executive or regulator, a pre-seminar activity involving the reading of relevant literature related to the subject banking issues, and a post-seminar activity to reinforce the information, concepts, and issues presented at the seminar. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #2: GLOBALIZATION: NEW CHALLENGES FOR TAMPA BAY AREA
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This specific section of the Seminars in Business and Management course focuses on current and emerging globalization challenges confronting the local region. Its format and topics will include a half- to one-day seminar by a practicing economic development professional or regulator, a pre-seminar activity involving the reading of relevant literature related to the subject globalization issues, and a post-seminar activity to reinforce the information, concepts, and issues presented at the seminar. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #3: INTERNATIONAL STUDY ABROAD
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. The student may participate in a “study abroad trip” respective to their studies. The nature and location of the trip will be approved by the College Dean and faculty. Typically a two-week study abroad trip will explore various issues pertaining to international business (globalization), marketing, entrepreneurship, law or technology related to the country or location visited. The student may earn 1 credit for the seminar/study. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #4: E-GOVERNANCE
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This seminar focuses on the use of information and communications technology to create and transfer knowledge on electronic governance (e-governance) and electronic democracy (e-democracy) associated with the e-Governance Academy and the Government of Estonia. E-governance and e-democracy provides a mechanism for analyzing and systematizing international and domestic experiences allowing the creation of a knowledge base and experience model where the knowledge can be transferred to interested parties and government agencies.

TOPIC #5: ENTREPRENEURSHIP: FOCUSING ON INNOVATION
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This seminar focuses on key elements of successful Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship concepts in the seminar may include issues such as new market venture ideas, financing options for a new business, how to get a new product to market, product branding, business leadership and innovation, defining business development and successfully using incubators in a new business. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #6: IMPORTING & EXPORTING OF TECHNOLOGY & SECURITY
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This seminar focuses on the emerging topics and considerations associated with import and export controls on high technology. Current legal requirements as governed by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and regulations under the Export Administration Act (EAA) will be examined. Emerging technology and exports to outlawed countries will be explored. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #7: SUSTAINABILITY/GREEN MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This course focuses on current and emerging issues in business sustainability/green. Its format will vary but will typically include a half- to one-day seminar by one or more industry experts. Depending on the seminar-specific topic, the expert(s) will address specific business and management topics pertaining to sustainable business planning, such as social and environmental challenges, marketing and supply chain decisions, recycling, reusing, reconditioning, product and service decisions in order to realize a natural competitive advantage within their operating strategies, international policies and regulations, and other key sustainability/green issues, as well as laws associated with this subject matter. 16 contact hours.

TOPIC #8: DOMESTIC TO GLOBAL
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS or Technology Management BAS program. This will be a special topics conference focusing on issues surrounding expansion of domestic companies to multinational status, with a particular concentration on Dubai. The specific conference will address the issues from both Dubai's standpoint as well as the United States. The participants will be industry experts, government officials and academic representatives discussing the overall objectives of an expansion and the risk involved in the expansion. It may also include a focus on basic market research to determine an initial country fit as well as the knowledge necessary to determine whether the potential host country's government is stable and will support the expansion. Of primary importance may be a discussion regarding the main issues affecting expansion including the potential host country's economy, finanical markets, risk analysis, business culture and legal system. The home country's laws and the "process for success" will also need to be addressed in order to properly evaluate the expansion. 16 contact hours.

MAN 3949   COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS, Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, and Senior standing and faculty advisor/co-op coordinator or Dean’s approval. This course is designed for students who want to gain experience in their field of study. Students can only earn credit at their current work place as long as the co-op is in an area unrelated to their current job duties. Students will be required to complete a portfolio and make a presentation to earn this credit. The portfolio of work will be reviewed by a faculty member for relevance to the studies, nature/quality of the work and the student’s individual contributions. This course requires 47 contact hours.

MAN 4061   CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, or Sustainability Management BAS. This course will introduce the student to business ethics as a process of responsible decision making in the workplace. The student will analyze various ethical issues and dilemmas that face corporations today to provide the student a basic foundation tin business ethics. The student will build an ethical decision making model based on an acquired understanding of corporate social responsibility. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4102   MANAGING CULTURAL DIVERSITY

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS, Technology Management BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Business Administration BS, Health Services Administration BAS, Health Services Administration BASPR, Public Policy and Administration BS or Educational Studies BS. This course presents the basic concepts, principles, and techniques associated with leading cultural diversity in the global marketplace. Emphasis will be on the students developing an understanding of the interplay between leadership, cultural diversity, and the global business models. Students will also gain an understanding of how these concepts relate to and are applied in regional markets like Asia, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4520   QUALITY MANAGEMENT (SIX SIGMA)

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: MAN 3504 or PLA 1763 or permission of the Dean. This course presents the advanced concepts, principles, and techniques of Six Sigma Methodology. Emphasis will be on students developing a solid philosophical, conceptual, and practical view of Six Sigma methodologies as they are applied to the business objectives. This course will create greater understanding of the concept of Six Sigma, through methodology, organizational roles, and improvements in the organization. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4534   BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE AND PROCESS MODELING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: (MAN 3504 and admission to Technology Management BAS or Business Administration BS) or (HSA 4191 and admission to either Health Services Administration BAS or Health Services Administration BASPR). This course focuses on defining, analyzing, and designing effective business models. Students will learn how to understand, model, analyze, and ultimately design business process modeling and simulation strategies. Methods used to simulate process performance can reveal implications of process changes, which then can be analyzed and improved to make effective managerial decisions. 47contact hours.

MAN 4570   INTERNATIONAL PROCUREMENT AND OUTSOURCING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAN 3504 AND admission to the Business Administration BS OR Technology Management BAS OR International Business BAS. Today’s organizations purchase or outsource a number of products, processes, and/or services to support strategic, tactical, and operating decisions across their value chain or supply chain. This course presents the basic concepts, principles, and techniques of procurement and outsourcing best practices used for various products, processes, and services. These decisions have strategic importance in helping organizations to create a competitive advantage by improving their value chains. Emphasis will be placed on students developing a basic knowledge and skill set centered on real themes, demands, applications, best practices, and opportunities in today’s evolving and dynamic international business environment. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4583   PROJECT MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisite or corequisite: MAN 3503; Prerequisite: admission to an SPC baccalaureate program or post-baccalaureate certificate. This course intends to build on introductory project management skills to form a solid grounding in the nine project management knowledge areas and five process groups as detailed by the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). This industry independent learning within the project arena includes the following topics: initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, closing, integration management, scope management, time management, cost management, quality management, human resource management, communication management, risk management, and procurement management. Cost, scope, quality, and procurement receive special emphasis in this course. Students will align the topics to strive for the attainment of project objectives within the agreed limits of resources. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4584   PROCESS IMPROVEMENT METHODOLOGIES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Business Administration BS, Sustainability Management BAS, Technology Management BAS, or Public Policy and Administration BS or Health Services Administratin BAS. This course presents the basic principles and techniques used to manage process improvement. Today’s managers need to understand how to engage people in process improvement, as well as how to critically understand and apply the associated methodologies. Process improvement is complicated and dynamic, encompassing a variety of approaches traditionally recognized as Total Quality Management (TQM), Lean, Six Sigma, Balanced Scorecard, and many others. The potential benefits of process improvements create not only lucrative opportunities for today’s organizations, but they are a necessity for survival in the competitive world marketplace. Businesses must be able to better manage and control their process improvements in order to achieve their strategic objectives. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4625   MANAGING GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to the Banking BAS, Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Health Services Administration BAS, Health Services Administration BASPR or Educational Studies BS program. This course focuses on addressing the issues and strategies of managing the human resource (HR) areas of transnational firms. This will include comprehending local employment laws, adapting HR management practices to local situations, understanding how to effectively recruit, develop and train talent in global enterprises, reviewing performance appraisals and addressing labor relations in multinational organizations. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4720   STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND POLICY

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Business Administration BS program. This course will provide the student with the basic knowledge needed to craft, implement and execute strategies for managing a business enterprise. It provides also the opportunity for the student to understand how developing strategic management goals and plans will impact the company’s competitive advantage and strategic resource fit within specific industries. Another area that will be covered is an overview of culture leadership with strategy and culture. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4725   POLICY AND STRATEGY

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Business Administration BS and completion of all major (core) courses in the Business Administration BS Program and departmental permission. This course provides the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned the material from the program and can apply it in the real world. It should be taken during the student’s last semester at the College. It provides the student the opportunity to develop a strategy to solve a problem dealing with current management, marketing, and financial issues. This course is the Capstone course before graduation. This is a 16 week course offered in fall and/or spring semesters only. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4741   INNOVATION, CHANGE AND AGILE PROJECTS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to BAS in Management and Organizational Leadership (MGTORG-BAS) or Business Administration BS (BUS_BS) or BAS in Sustainability Management (SUSMGT-BAS) or BAS in Technology Management (TMGT-BAS) or Project Management Certificate (PRJMGT-CT). This course intends to provide an overview of concepts and strategies to select optimal options for change, use of management and leadership skills to build broad support for change, diffuse innovation, and the successful execution through solid project management practices. Topics include organizational culture, innovation processes, technology forecasting, organizational development, tools such as K-T (Keppler Tregue), Scrum, Joint Process Change, eXtreme Process and TRIZ, reengineering, diffusion of innovations theory, social epidemic theory, learning organization, and change implementation strategies. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4781   SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS STRATEGIES

credits: 3  

This course # was formerly MAN 3781; new # effective 8/20/12. Prerequisites: Admission to the Sustainability Management BAS or Business Administration BS Program and MAN 3786. This course is intended to provide an overview of concepts, tools, and techniques to build and operate a sustainable organization. Topics covered include the role of leadership in sustainability, organizational design issues, capital investment, costing, and risk management systems, incentives and rewards, measurement of social, environmental, and economic impacts, green marketing concepts, and internal and external reporting. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4783   SUSTAINABLE BUDGET MANAGEMENT TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE ANALYSIS

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: MAN 3786 and MAN 3781 and admission to the Sustainability Management BAS program. This course is intended to develop students' knowledge and skills in environmental budget analysis, triple bottom line evaluation and reporting, and the economics of sustainability. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4787   ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNIQUES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management and Organizational Leadership BAS or Sustainability Management BAS. This course introduces students to how organizations can deal with societal challenges associated with energy and the environment. This course is intended for students with little or no background in science or mathematics, and will focus on organizational applications and opportunities for sustainability/green initiatives. This will include availability and cost requirements of energy, as well as the effects of energy use on our environment. Students will explore organizational energy and environmental models that are increasingly overlapping in the global marketplace. This course will highlight applications and opportunities for today’s managers to link operating decisions to environmentally and energy focused practices. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4788   SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management and Organizational Leadership BAS or Business Administration BS or Sustainability Management BAS. This course integrates social and environmental values in a management context in order to further the student’s understanding of human, natural, and financial sustainability issues. The student will evaluate sustainability and environmental philosophies on a broad scale. The student will understand international policies and regulations, human welfare, politics, environmental racism, hazardous waste and pollution, global warming, and other key sustainability/green issues. The student will work to develop skills in conducting cost-benefit, payback, and life cycle analysis to justify projects and evaluate their impact on sustainability/green issues. By increasing the student’s understanding, he or she will be better prepared to direct a company, community, or country in ways that restore and enhance stakeholder value while insuring the continued sustainability of the environment as a whole for current and future generations. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4801   BUSINESS PLAN STRATEGIES

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: Admission to a College of Business BAS or Business Administration BS or permission of the Dean. In addition, it is strongly recommended that Entrepreneurship students take MAN 3802 and MAR 4836 before taking this course. This course will allow students to create and test their business ideas through feasibility analyses. This course includes analyzing the strategic issues when starting a new firm or expanding a current business. The student will plan and implement the components of a business plan based upon their research and analysis. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4863   FACILITIES AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  
This course is designed to provide the student the basic principles of facility management (FM) including the evolution of FM theories, and the role and impact of FM in today's workplace. Included in this course is a discussion of organizational models, FM roles and responsibilities, design and construction, space and asset management, technology, the placement of FM within the organization, FM as it relates to strategic planning within the organization, FM performance measures, benchmarking, operations and maintenance, and financial management. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4881   AUTHORITY, INFLUENCE AND PROJECTS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to BAS in Management and Organizational Leadership, BS in Business Administration, BAS in Sustainability Management or BAS in Technology Management or the Project Management Post Baccalaureate Certificate. This course intends to build leadership and management skills that facilitate the effective execution of objectives where stakeholders and resources come from multiple areas, locations, budgets, and organizational substructures. To facilitate the execution of projects and processes to achieve objectives, the topics will include the use of persuasion, motivation, emotional intelligence, cultural intelligence, and influence to gain the power and agreement to ensure the delivery of agreed resources and processes. Important learning will include the leadership and management of teams and groups across multiple locations, structures, and multiple levels of formal authority. The control, communication, and interaction of data, information, knowledge, and learning form a further range of associated topics. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4883   PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIZATION

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MAN 4583 or Project Management Institute Certificate (or equivalent) or Admission to Project Management Post baccalaureate certificate or BAS in Management and Organizational Leadership or BS in Business Administration or  BAS in Technology Management. These courses intend to build general project management knowledge by offering a range of single credit courses that fit into two categories (a) a range of specialized capabilities relating to specific industries, and (b) a range of new and advanced topics that have proven important to the project management field. Students may take the course multiple times to a maximum of nine. Degree and certificate requirements will accept three credits from this course, subject to not repeating any course topics. 16 contact hours (each).

MAN 4885   COMPLEX AND ADVANCED PROJECTS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAN 4583 and admission to BAS in Management and Organizational Leadership program or Business Administration BS program or BAS in Technology Management program or Project Management post baccalaureate certificate. Prerequisite or corequisite: MAN 4881 and MAN 4741. This course intends to build on a thorough project management foundation to include a detailed insight into large projects, projects with diversified stakeholders, multi-location, and international projects. Topics include the related insights such as portfolio theory and information economics that are required to enhance previous learning to extend to project portfolio management and project management office functions. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4900   SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Student must have completed all major (core) courses, with a grade of “C” or better, in the Management and Organizational Leadership Program or permission of the Dean. This capstone course will provide the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned the material from the program and can apply it in the real world. It should be taken during the student’s last semester at the college. It provides the student the opportunity to develop a plan to solve a problem dealing with management and organizational leadership issues of today. The student will choose one major plan to address the problem in detail. This is a 16-week course offered in fall and/or spring semesters only. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4902   SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: The student must have completed all major (core) courses, with a grade of 'C' or better, in the Sustainability Management BAS Program or permission of the Dean. This capstone course will provide the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned the material from the program and can apply it in the real world. It should be taken during the student's last semester at the college. It provides the student the opportunity to develop a plan to solve a problem dealing with sustainability management issues of today. The student will choose one major plan to address the problem in detail. This is a 16-week course offered in fall and/or spring semesters only. 45 contact hours.

MAN 4910   SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN BANKING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Student must have completed all major (core) courses in the Banking BAS Program or have completed all core and Banking subplan courses in the Business Administration BS Program or permission of Dean. This course provides the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned the material from the program and can apply it in the real world. It should be taken during the student’s last semester at the College. It provides the student the opportunity to develop a plan to solve a problem dealing with current banking issues. This course is the Capstone course before graduation. This is a 16 week course offered in fall and/or spring semesters only. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4934   SENIOR CAPSTONE PROJECT IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Completion of intermediate foreign language requirement. Student must have completed all major (core) courses in the International Business BAS Program or permission of dean. This course is the opportunity for the student to demonstrate that he/she has learned the material from the program and can apply it in the real world. It should be taken during the student’s last semester at the college. It provides the student the opportunity to develop a plan to solve a problem dealing with current international management issues. The student will choose one major plan to address the problem in detail. This course is the Capstone course before graduation. This is a 16-week course offered in fall and/or spring semesters only. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4935   SPECIAL TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, or Technology Management BAS. This course is an examination of unique management topics and problems that deserve additional depth and attention as the art and science of management evolves. The student will be introduced to the foundational philosophies, history, and contemporary issues surrounding the course topic. 47 contact hours.

MAN 4940   INTERNSHIP

credits: 1-3  

Prerequisite: Approval of the College-wide Internship Office. This course provides the student with a supervised, practical learning experience in a work setting that is relevant to his/her program of study. Through course assignments and workplace projects the student will apply, connect, and extend academic theory and competencies for the purpose of building professional skills and affiliations. (60-180 contact hours). The course is repeatable, and students may take up to 3 credits.

MAP 2302   DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAC 2312 or appropriate score on the mathematics placement test. This course covers the basic methods and fundamental theorems of ordinary differential equations with applications in the natural sciences and engineering. Topics are the following: solutions of first order differential equations of types - namely separable, exact, homogeneous, linear, Bernoulli; solutions of nth-order linear differential equations; solutions by series; Laplace transforms; and systems of linear differential equations. 47 contact hours.

MAR 1142   GLOBAL MARKETING

credits: 3  
This course covers the principles of fair global market trade and methods for developing and implementing global marketing and trade operations. The areas of international trade, payments, development, and multinational enterprise as they apply to global marketing are the key elements of the course. 47 contact hours.

MAR 2011   PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

credits: 3  
This course covers the institutions and methods developed for carrying on trade operations, retail and wholesale agencies, elements of marketing efficiency, the cost of marketing, price maintenance, unfair competition, and the relationship of government to marketing. 47 contact hours.

MAR 2101   SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

credits: 3  

This course addresses the changes in marketing as a result of the social web. Included will be an in-depth look at the role of social media in marketing. The focus will be on developing an effective marketing plan utilizing social media, with an emphasis placed on the importance of building an online customer community and earning customer trust. 47 contact hours.

MAR 2321   ADVERTISING

credits: 3  

This course presents a comprehensive overview, from a managerial viewpoint, of the field of advertising and shows the relationship of advertising to history, economics, marketing, social institutions, and customer psychology. Included in the study are sales promotion, media organization, marketing functioning, brand promotion, and analysis of consumer behavior, budgeting, legislation and regulations. The course culminates with the student planning an advertising campaign. 47 contact hours.

MAR 2410   PERSONAL SELLING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: REA 0007. This course is a study of the buying-selling cycle with emphasis on the role of salespeople in the free-enterprise system, application of sales principles, components of the sales presentation, and an introduction to sales management. 47 contact hours.

MAR 2940   MARKETING INTERNSHIP

credits: 1-4  

Prerequisite: Academic Department Coordinator/Chair Approval. This course is to be taken after the student has completed 9 credit hours in their major field of study. The purpose of this course is to allow students a “real world” experience with major-related, supervised, evaluated practical work experiences which may be paid or voluntary. Students are graded on the basis of documented learning acquired through hands-on experiences in an actual work setting. Variable credits are available, one to four per course. The student must fulfill the requirement of 60 on-the-job hours for each credit earned in addition to written assignments. This course may be repeated for a total of 4 credits.

MAR 3334   MARKETING PROMOTIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAR 3802 and admission to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program. Today's ever competitive global marketplace consists of a complex set of dynamics and competitors all trying to garner the attention of the same buyers in a rapidly changing retail environment. This course focuses solely on the promotional role of marketing, and will illustrate the numerous aspects, tools, techniques and approaches involved with consumer marketing communications. Included will be an analysis of issues and approaches surrounding the use of: advertising, public relations, event marketing, direct response marketing, sales promotions, personal selling, and electronic marketing. Special attention will be offered to the integration & evaluation of these promotional practices, as well as their market-effectiveness. 47 contact hours.

MAR 3802   MARKETING MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS, Business Administration BS, International Business BAS, Management & Organizational Leadership BAS, Sustainability Management BAS, Technology Management BAS, or Business Technology Education BS, or Health Services Administration BAS. This course helps develop the marketing knowledge and skills necessary for the successful manager to address the intermediate marketing issues surrounding the complex demand management problem all organizations face. Students will understand marketing concepts, including the development of a marketing strategy. The course focuses on consumer and business-to-business marketing. 47 contact hours.

MAR 4413   SALES, NEGOTIATING AND CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Banking BAS program or Business Administration BS program or Management & Organizational Leadership BAS program or Dental Hygiene BAS or Health Services Administration program. This course focuses on addressing the issues, processes and strategies related to professional selling and sales management. This is a comprehensive course in the art of selling, focusing on relationship building, negotiating and sales management. Various techniques will be explored, including prospecting, lead management, product introduction, negotiation, closing strategies and relationship management. 47 contact hours.

MAR 4424   INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAR 3802, admission to the Business Administration BS or International Business BAS programs. This course focuses on addressing the issues and strategies of managing the marketing function in transnational firms. International Marketing is a comprehensive course in global marketing tactics and approaches focusing on the “fundamentals” of global marketing issues and strategies (including strategic alliances), social and cultural environments, and the strategic implications of market entry and expansion in developing a multinational marketing function in global enterprises. 47 contact hours.

MAR 4613   MARKETING RESEARCH

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management and Organizational Leadership, International Business, Banking BAS, or Business Administration BS program or permission of the Dean. This course focuses on addressing the issues, methods and strategies associated with the collection, management, analysis and dissemination of information for use in domestic and global marketing decisions. The core focus will be on primary (quantitative & qualitative) and secondary research methodologies, including problem identification, methodology design, sampling planning, questionnaire design, fieldwork implementation, data processing, data analysis and data presentation. 47 contact hours.

MAR 4836   CONCEPT AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to Management and Organizational Leadership BAS, Business Administration BS, or Sustainability Management BAS. This course will illustrate the numerous aspects involved with establishing bona-fide product concepts for newly established entrepreneurs. Included will be an in-depth review of how micro- and macro-econometric modeling and predictive marketing research models are created and used in consumer and business-to-business markets. Specific areas of focus include problem-solution relationships, innovation, idea generation, concept transition, test marketing, commercialization and branding. 47 contact hours.

MAR 4841   SERVICES MARKETING

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAR 3802 and admission to the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program. Over the years, the marketplace has transitioned from a manufacturing-based economy (early-to-mid 1900's) to a service-based economy. At present, approximately 80% of domestic GDP, and a commanding 64% of global GDP are in fact derived from service-based market offerings; not tangible goods. Services require a unique approach to their design, development, pricing, promotion, and marketing management approach, including an "extended" 7-P's marketing mix inclusive of People, Processes and Physical Environment. 47 contact hours.

MAS 3105   LINEAR ALGEBRA WITH APPLICATIONS

credits: 4  

Prerequisite: MAC 2312. This course is designed for students who are majoring in secondary mathematics education, mathematics, science or engineering. This course provides a thorough treatment of linear algebra using a matrix-oriented approach. Major topics include: matrices, systems of linear equations, linear transformations, determinants, eigenvectors and eigenvalues, vector spaces, subspaces, inner product spaces, and orthogonality. Emphasis is on development of algebraic reasoning abilities in analyzing conceptual relationships. (Credit is not also given for MAS 2103.) 62 contact hours.

MAS 4203   NUMBER THEORY

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: MAC 2312. This course is designed for students who are majoring in secondary mathematics education, mathematics, science or engineering. This course offers an investigative approach to number theory in which students develop their capacity to formulate conjectures and explore their ideas and inquiries through the use of technology. Formal proofs are constructed in order to develop concepts in number theory. Major topics include: divisibility, the Euclidean algorithm, Diophantine equations, factorization, the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, prime numbers, congruences, and number-theoretic functions. Emphasis is on gaining an understanding of the nature of mathematical thinking and learning. This course is required for Mathematics Education majors. 47 contact hours.

MAS 4301   INTRODUCTORY ABSTRACT ALGEBRA

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: MAS 3105. This course is designed for students majoring in secondary mathematics education, mathematics, science or engineering. This course presents an introduction to the basic structures of abstract algebra with the aim of connecting these structures to high school mathematics curricula. Major topics include: groups and subgroups, permutations and symmetries, properties of the integers, rings and subrings, ideals, integral domains, and fields. Emphasis is on developing understanding through active investigation of the concepts presented. Emphasis is also given to development of algebraic reasoning abilities in analyzing conceptual relationships. 47 contact hours.

MAT 0018   DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS I

credits: 3  

This course # was formerly MAT 0012.  College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This is the first course in the college-preparatory two-course sequence (MAT 0018 and MAT 0028) designed to prepare students for college-level mathematics courses. This course is a study of the basic skills and concepts of pre-algebra from the point of view of the college student who needs an understanding of pre-algebra. Major topics include operations with integers, fractions, decimals, percents, geometric figures and their measures (including application problems), and other pre-algebra topics. A minimum course grade average of C (minimum 70% accuracy) is required for successful completion.  47 - 62 contact hours.

MAT 0022   DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS

credits: 5  

College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. This is a developmental mathematics course which combines the two-course sequence MAT 0018 and MAT 0028, designed to prepare students for college-level mathematics courses. This course combines the study of the basic skills and concepts of pre-algebra with the basic skills and concepts of elementary algebra from the view of a college student who needs an understanding of both pre-algebra and elementary algebra. Major topics include operations with integers, fractions, decimals, percents, geometric figures and their measures (including application problems), and other pre-algebra topics, and operations with signed rational numbers, simple linear equations and inequalities in one variable, operations on polynomials (including beginning techniques of factoring), integer exponents, brief introduction to radicals, introduction to graphing, applications, and other elementary algebra topics. 77 contact hours.

MAT 0028   DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS II

credits: 4  

This course # was formerly MAT 0024. College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite(s): MAT 0018 or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This is the second course in the college-preparatory two-course sequence (MAT 0018 and MAT 0028) designed to prepare students for college-level mathematics courses. This course is a study of the basic skills and concepts of basic algebra from the view of a college student who needs an understanding of basic algebra. Major topics include operations on signed rational numbers, simple linear equations and inequalities in one variable, operations on polynomials (including beginning techniques of factoring), integer exponents, brief introduction to radicals, introduction to graphing, applications, and other basic algebra topics. A minimum course grade average of C (minimum 70% accuracy) is required for successful completion.  47 - 62 contact hours.

MAT 0055   Gateway to Intermediate Algebra

credits: 1  

College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test or permission of a Mathematics Department program administrator. This flexible entry/exit college preparatory course is designed for college students who require only a limited amount of concept reinforcement to prepare them for Intermediate Algebra. Course strategies include one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, and computer instruction in a lab setting. A diagnostic assessment will determine placement into course modules as well as exit requirements. This course is intended to prepare students for successful entry into college-level course work.

MAT 0056   Elementary Algebra-My Bridge to Success

credits: 2  

This course # was formerly MAT 0990. College Preparatory credits (0### designations) may not be used towards graduation credits or to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisite: Appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test or permission of a Mathematics Department program administrator. This flexible entry/exit college preparatory course is designed to improve the basic skills and concepts of elementary algebra from the view of a college student who needs an understanding of basic algebra. Course strategies will include one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, and computer instruction in a lab setting. A diagnostic assessment will determine placement into course modules as well as exit requirements. This course is intended to prepare students for successful entry into college-level course work. 17 contact hours minimum.

MAT 1033   INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAT 0028 or appropriate score on the mathematics placement test. Major topics include factoring, algebraic fractions, radicals and rational exponents, complex numbers, quadratic equations, rational equations, linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations and inequalities, introduction to functions and applications. 47 contact hours.

MAT 1100   Exploration of Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAT 0028 with a minimum grade of C or MAT 0055 with a minimum grade of C or MAT 0056 with a minimum grade of C or appropriate score on the mathematics placement test. This course builds the foundation for understanding selected concepts taken from topics which include algebra, set theory, logic, geometry, probability, and statistics. Critical thinking skills, problem solving strategies, communicating mathematically, and appropriate use of technology will be incorporated throughout the course via activities and projects. 47 contact hours.

MCB 2010   MICROBIOLOGY

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: BSC 2086-2086L or BSC 2010-2010L. Corequisite: MCB 2010L. Microbiology consists of the study of microorganisms and their role in our environment from a cellular and molecular point of view. Topics include microbial cell biology, microbial genetics, classification, identification, microbe-host interactions, antimicrobial agents, microbial control, and infectious disease. 47 contact hours.

MCB 2010L   MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY

credits: 1  
Corequisite: MCB 2010. This laboratory will consist of experiments that teach bacterial techniques, characteristics of morphology, growth responses, metabolic activity, and distribution in selected environments. 45 contact hours.

MCB 3020C   MICROBIOLOGY WITH LABORATORY

credits: 4  

Prerequisites: BSC 2010, BSC 2010L, BSC 2011, BSC 2011L, CHM 2210, CHM 2210L, CHM 2211, and CHM 2211L. Microbiology is the study of organisms and agents too small to be seen clearly by the unaided eye. Topics will include microbial metabolism, nutrition, growth and control, molecular biology and microbial genetics, diversity of the microbial world, microbial ecology, microbial diseases and host defenses. The laboratory portion will complement lecture topics and include the application of fundamental techniques used in isolation, cultivation, and identification of microorganisms and using microorganisms to study current topics in biotechnology. 92 contact hours.

MET 2010   INTRODUCTORY METEOROLOGY

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: (ENC 0025 and REA 0017 and MAT 0028) or (EAP 1695 and MAT 0028) or (appropriate scores on the SPC placement test.) This course is a survey of the basic laws governing atmospheric structure, atmospheric motions, weather processes and weather systems. 47 contact hours.

MGF 1106   MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS I

credits: 3  

Prerequisite:  MAT 1100 with a minimum grade of C, or MAT 1033,  or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. This course is a general survey course in mathematics and covers a number of traditional, independent topics and will include topics related to mathematical logic, sets and systematic counting, probability, statistics, geometry and critical thinking skills. This course satisfies three credits of the mathematics requirements outlined in the General Education Requirements, but is not a prerequisite to any other mathematics course. (Credit will be given only for MGF 1113 or MGF 1106.) 47 contact hours.

MGF 1107   MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS II

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAT 1100 with a minimum grade of C, or MAT 1033, or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test.This course presents topics demonstrating the beauty and utility of mathematics to the general student population and to provide knowledge and skills useful for college, life, and career. The course will include topics related to patterns and reasoning, growth and symmetry, linear and exponential growth, and personal finance; mathematical connections with music, art, architecture and nature will be explored. History of mathematics, critical thinking skills, problem solving strategies and appropriate use of technology will be used throughout the course. This course satisfies three credits of the mathematics requirements outlined in the General Education Requirements, but is not a prerequisite to any other mathematics course. (MGF 1106 and MGF 1107 may be taken concurrently.) 47 contact hours.

MGF 1108H   HONORS MATHEMATICAL IDEAS AND EXPLORATIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisites:  MAT 1100 with a minimum grade of C, or MAT 1033, or appropriate score on the SPC mathematics placement test. The curriculum is designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills useful for college, life and career. The course will involve problem-based learning about topics that cross disciplines. These topics include probability, statistics, geometry, modeling, and mathematical connections with music, art, architecture, nature and the business world. Critical thinking skills, problem solving strategies and appropriate use of technology will be used throughout the course. 47 contact hours.

MGF 4301   TRANSITIONS TO ADVANCED MATHEMATICS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MAD 3107 and MAS 3105. This course is an introduction to the axiomatic nature of mathematics through topics in areas such as set theory, relations, functions, algebra, and analysis. The rigor of precise definitions, theorems, and proofs will be emphasized. 47 contact hours.

MHF 4404   PERSPECTIVES IN MATHEMATICS

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: MAC 2311 with a "C" or better. This course is designed for students who have an interest in the history of mathematics. This course consists of readings in the history and philosophy of mathematics and in current issues involving mathematics and society. Contributions from mathematicians such as Archimedes, Cardan, Descartes, Diophantus, Euler, Fermat, Galileo, Gauss, Leibniz, al-Khwarizmi, Newton, Noether and Ramanujan are discussed. Emphasis is given to how mathematics relates across disciplines as well as mathematical connections within the discipline. 47 contact hours.

MLT 1022   INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: ENC 1101, one college-level Math course with a MAC, MGF, MTG or STA prefix, CGS 1070, CHM 1025 and CHM 1025L and BSC 2010 and BSC 2010L all with a grade of “C” or better, or permission of the program director. This course will provide the student with an introduction to the field of clinical laboratory science. Topics include medical terminology, laboratory organization, certification and licensure, professional ethics, communication, research skills, and laboratory safety. HIV/AIDS and Prevention of Medical Errors will be presented as required by the State of Florida for initial licensure. 32 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 1022L   INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE LAB

credits: 1  

Corequisite: MLT 1022. This course introduces the student to the basic equipment and techniques used in clinical laboratory procedures. Students will learn proper use of personal protective equipment, laboratory glassware, centrifuges, balances, spectrophotometers, and microscopes. They will learn to evaluate and process laboratory specimens, pipet, and prepare dilutions and laboratory reagents. Mathematical calculations and interpretation of quality control data will be practiced. 30 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 1040   PHLEBOTOMY

credits: 1  
Pre- or corequisite: MLT 1022 or permission of the program director. This course is a study of methods of obtaining blood specimens for laboratory analysis. Topics include phlebotomy equipment; venipuncture and skin puncture techniques; infection control; quality assurance; and professional, ethical and legal considerations related to blood drawing. 17 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 1044L   PHLEBOTOMY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

credits: 1  

This course is designed to provide students with experience and skill in collecting blood specimens suitable for clinical laboratory testing.  Students learn to perform venipunctures and capillary punctures following established policies and procedures for safety and quality assurance. Experience is gained in selected community health agencies. 60 contact hours.

MLT 1610   CLINICAL CHEMISTRY

credits: 4  
Prerequisites: MLT 1022/1022L with grades of "C" or better or permission of the program director. Corequisite: MLT 1610L. This course is a study of the fundamental principles of clinical chemistry. Topics include carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, hormones, electrolytes, minerals, blood gases, and drugs, with an emphasis on analytical procedures and clinical correlations. 62 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 1610L   CLINICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

credits: 1  
Corequisite: MLT 1610. This course is an introduction to the modern clinical chemistry laboratory and provides the student with the prerequisite knowledge required for the clinical chemistry experience. The emphasis is on methodologies, automation, and quality assurance. 30 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2150   CLINICAL CORRELATIONS

credits: 3  
Pre- or corequisites: MLT 2809L, MLT 2811L, MLT 2807L and MLT 2810L or permission of the program director. This course is the capstone course for the Medical Laboratory Technology Program and is designed to prepare students for career entry. Students gain experience in critical thinking and application of the body of professional knowledge through an interdisciplinary case study approach. Employability skills are also covered, as required by the Florida Department of Education. 47 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2362   HEMATOLOGY AND BODY FLUID ANALYSIS

credits: 4  
Prerequisites: MLT 1022/1022L with grades of "C" or better or permission of the program director. Corequisite: MLT 2362L. This course is an introductory study of the classification and function of blood cells and clotting proteins in health and disease. Major topics include cell identification, anemias, leukemias, hemostasis and thrombosis, and urine and body fluid analysis. 62 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2362L   HEMATOLOGY AND BODY FLUIDS LABORATORY

credits: 3  
Corequisite: MLT 2362. This course is a study of the laboratory methods used in routine examinations of blood cells, hemoglobin, coagulation factors, and urine and other body fluids. 90 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2400   CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY

credits: 4  
Prerequisites: MCB 2010/2010L and MLT 1022/1022L with grades of "C" or better or permission of the program director. Corequisite: MLT 2400L. This course is a study of the laboratory identification of pathogenic microorganisms. Topics include laboratory safety, specimen collection; classification and identification of medically significant bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses; antimicrobial susceptibility testing; and quality assurance. 62 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2400L   CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY

credits: 3  
Corequisite: MLT 2400. This course is an introduction to laboratory techniques used in the isolation and identification of pathogenic bacteria, fungi, and parasites. Emphasis is on basic skills that are required for the microbiology clinical experience and commonly encountered pathogens. 90 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2530   IMMUNOLOGY/ IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY

credits: 4  
Prerequisites: MLT 1022/1022L with grades of "C" or better or permission of the program director. Corequisite: MLT 2530L. This course is a study of immunology, serology, blood banking and transfusion medicine principles and procedures. Antigens, antibodies, and the functions of the immune response are examined in detail. 62 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2530L   IMMUNOLOGY/IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY LABORATORY

credits: 2  
Corequisite: MLT 2530. This course will provide the student with the knowledge and skills to perform various serological procedures used in medical diagnosis and to perform those tests and procedures necessary to provide safe, compatible blood and/or blood products for transfusion. Experience is gained in the college laboratory. 60 contact hours or equivalent.

MLT 2807L   IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: MLT 2530/2530L. This course provides experience in blood bank procedures employed in clinical transfusion services. Typing and cross-matching, donor screening, antibody screening and identification are performed in selected community health agencies. 135 contact hours.

MLT 2809L   HEMATOLOGY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: MLT 2362/2362L. This course provides experience in testing routinely performed in a hematology department, including coagulation, urinalysis and body fluid procedures. Experience is gained in analyzing normal and abnormal specimens in selected community health agencies. 135 contact hours.

MLT 2810L   CLINICAL CHEMISTRY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: MLT 1610/1610L. In this course experience is provided to aid students in developing skills in performing and interpreting clinical chemistry analyses. Quality control methods and quality assurance are included. Experience is gained in selected community health agencies. 135 contact hours.

MLT 2811L   MICROBIOLOGY CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

credits: 3  
Prerequisites: MLT 2400/MLT 2400L. In this course students will gain hands-on experience in selected community health agencies to assist their development of skills for isolating and identifying pathogenic bacteria, fungi and parasites. 135 contact hours.

MMC 2000   INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: (ENC 0025 or EAP 1695) or satisfactory score on the SPC placement test. This course is a survey of the background, nature, and functions of the media of mass communications, with special emphasis on the print, film, and electronic media. The course is designed to provide the student with a basis for effective analysis, evaluation, and use of the various media, and with a knowledge of the role and the responsibilities of the mass media in a democratic society. This course has a substantial writing requirement. 47 contact hours.

MMC 2100   WRITING FOR THE MASS MEDIA

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: (ENC 1101 or ENC 1121H) and (REA 0017 or EAP 1695) or (appropriate scores on the English and Reading placement test). This course provides instruction and practice in writing for multimedia platforms, including web/internet, print, audio and video. This course addresses new technology issues, current events, and the importance of diversity and ethics in media writing. This course has a substantial writing requirement. 47 contact hours.

MMC 2700   MASS MEDIA AND POPULAR CULTURE

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: (ENC 0025 or ENC 0990) or ( EAP 1695) or satisfactory score on the SPC Placement Test. This course is a survey of the popular arts (those intended for mass consumption and commercial entertainment) in America, with special emphasis on the types of popular heroes and the form and content of movies, television, radio, best sellers, magazine, art, and music such as jazz, folk, and rock. This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the ways in which the popular arts express the convictions, tastes, and values of American society. This course has a substantial writing requirement. 47 contact hours.

MMC 2949   INTERNSHIP

credits: 1-3  

Prerequisite: Approval of the College-wide Internship Office and approval of the Program Director and corequisite: MMC 2000 with a minimum grade of C. This course provides the student with a supervised, practical learning experience in a work setting that is relevant to
his/her program of study. Through course assignments and workplace projects the student will apply, connect, and extend academic theory and competencies for the purpose of building professional skills and affiliations. 60-180 contact hours.

MNA 1751   CUSTOMER SERVICE I: DEVELOPING A SPIRIT OF CUSTOMER SERVICE

credits: 1  
This course is designed to assist those who deal with clients either face-to-face or on the telephone through electronic media. Students will improve their interpersonal communication skills to increase their productivity and the quality of service rendered. The course will focus on the aspects of dealing with customer complaints, serving difficult customers, meeting the individual needs of each customer, examine the role of customer service as a competitive business strategy, explore the role of communication in building customer relationships, and be introduced to techniques for dealing with difficult customer situations including challenges that can be produced by generational, linguistic and cultural diversity. 16 contact hours.

MNA 1760   CUSTOMER SERVICE II: DEVELOPING EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: MNA 1751 or program director approval. This course is designed to develop increased proficiency with the skills and behaviors necessary to delivery quality customer service in even the most difficult situations. Participants will explore and classify levels of customer service, learn the value of consistently exceeding customer expectations, recognize different communication styles customers may have, practice techniques for handling objections and asking for feedback, reinforce active listening skills, use probing questions to identify additional service opportunities. Participants will also be introduced to basic phone selling skills. 16 contact hours.

MSL 1001C   LEADERSHIP AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

credits: 2  
This course introduces cadets to the personal challenges and competencies that are critical for effective leadership. Cadets learn how the personal development of life skills such as critical thinking, goal setting, time management, and physical and mental fitness (resiliency training) relate to leadership, officership, and the Army profession. The focus is on developing basic knowledge and comprehension of Army leadership dimensions while gaining a big picture understanding of the ROTC program, its purpose in the Army, and its advantages for the student. 32 contact hours.

MSL 1002C   INTRODUCTION TO TACTICAL LEADERSHIP

credits: 2  
This course is an overview of leadership fundamentals such as setting direction, problem-solving, listening, presenting briefs, providing feedback, and using effective writing skills. Students will explore dimensions of leadership attributes and core leader competencies in the context of practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Continued emphasis is placed on recruitment and retention of students. Cadre role models and the building of stronger relationships among the students through common experience and practical interaction are critical aspects of the MSL 1002 experience. 32 contact hours.

MSL 2101C   INNOVATIVE TEAM LEADERSHIP

credits: 2  
This course explores the dimensions of creative and innovative tactical leadership strategies and styles by examining team dynamics and two historical leadership theories that form the basis of the Army leadership requirements model. Cadets practice aspects of personal motivation and team building in the context of planning, executing, and assessing team exercises and participating in leadership labs. Focus is on continued development of the knowledge of leadership attributes and core leader competencies through an understanding of Army rank, structure, duties and basic aspects of land navigation and squad tactics. Case studies provide tangible context for learning the Soldier’s Creed and Warrior Ethos as they apply in the operational environment (OE). 32 contact hours.

MSL 2102C   FOUNDATIONS OF TACTICAL LEADERSHIP

credits: 2  
This course examines the challenges of leading tactical teams in the OE. The course highlights dimensions of terrain analysis, patrolling, and operation orders. Further study of the theoretical basis of the Army leadership requirements model explores the dynamics of adaptive leadership in the context of military operations. MSL 2102 provides a smooth transition into MSL 3201. Cadets develop greater self awareness as they assess their own leadership styles and practice communication and team building skills. OE case studies give insight into the importance and practice of teamwork and tactics in real-world scenarios. 32 contact hours.

MSL 2900   ARMY PHYSICAL READINESS

credits: 1  
This course will train students in the unique role of Army physical readiness in sustaining military operations. It will also prepare students to plan, prepare and conduct military fitness training. Repeatable for 8 semesters, but only 4 credit hours will be counted toward the program. 48 contact hours.

MSL 3201C   Adaptive Team Leadership

credits: 3  

The student is challenged to study, practice, and evaluate adaptive team leadership skills as presented with the demands of the ROTC Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC). Challenging scenarios related to small unit tactical operations are used to develop self awareness and critical thinking skills. The student will receive systematic and specific feedback on their leadership abilities. 32 contact hours.

MSL 4302C   Leadership in a Complex World

credits: 2  

This course explores the dynamics of leading in the complex situations of current military operations in the contemporary operating environment (COE). The student will examine differences in customs and courtesies, military law, principles of war, and rules of engagement in the face of international terrorism. The student will also explore aspects of interacting with non-government organizations, civilians on the battlefield, and host nation support. 32 contact hours.

MTG 3212   MODERN GEOMETRIES

credits: 4  

Prerequisite: MAC 2311 with a grade of "C" or better. This course presents the axioms, basic concepts, proofs and constructions of Euclidean geometry involving line segments, angles, triangles, polygons, circles, parallel lines and similarity. Constructions are made using both compass and straightedge and interactive geometry software. The course also presents basic concepts of non-Euclidean geometries including hyperbolic and spherical. Emphasis is on using technology to make conjectures and discoveries concerning geometrical relationships and then constructing proofs to verify the relationships. 62 contact hours.

MUC 1101   INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC COMPOSITION

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: MUT 1001 or equivalent and departmental permission. Students practice compositional skills with assignments and projects to demonstrate an understanding of the basic materials, devices, and processes for composing music in the small forms. The course is a survey of styles of the major creative movements, with emphasis on twentieth century techniques. May be taken up to two times for credit. One hour private lesson plus one hour seminar class each week.

MUC 1102   MUSIC COMPOSITION II: STRINGS AND WOODWINDS

credits: 2  
Prerequisite: MUC 1101 and departmental permission. Continuation of MUC 1101, but with an emphasis on (a) orchestration technique in composing for the string instruments both as solo instruments, and as a family. Projects for duo, trio, string quartet, and string orchestra; and (b) for the woodwind family. May be taken up to two times for credit. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 1104   MUSIC COMPOSITION III: BRASS AND PERCUSSION

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: MUC 1101 and departmental permission. Continuation of MUC 1101, but with an emphasis on (a) orchestration technique in composing for the brass instruments both as solo instruments, and as a family. Projects for duo, trio, brass quartet and quintet, and for brass choir; and (b) for the percussion family. May be taken up to two times for credit. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 1107   MUSIC COMPOSITION IV: CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: MUC 1101 and departmental permission. Continuation of MUC 1101 with an emphasis on orchestration skills culminating with a composition, in one of the large forms, for orchestra. May be taken up to two times for credit. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 1311   STUDIO MUSIC APPLICATIONS

credits: 2  
Prerequisite: Departmental permission. This course will introduce students to the applications related to studio recording and electronic music production. Sequencing, notation and synthesis techniques will be studied and applied in compositional and arranging assignments. This course may be taken two (2) times for credit. One hour lesson per week plus two hours each week working in the Music Technology Laboratory on assigned projects. 16 contact hours.

MUC 1603   ANALYSIS OF SONG LYRICS

credits: 3  
This course is the study of song lyrics in popular music. Studies include twentieth and twenty-first century historical perspectives, song form, content and imagery, and the effect that phonetic tone and diction have on cogency. The course objective is to educate the aspiring songwriter on the usage of sophisticated techniques in contemporary lyrical construction. 47 contact hours.

MUC 1606   A COMPOSER'S GUIDE TO THE RECORDING STUDIO

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUC 1621 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, composition subplan. This course is designed to give the contemporary composer a working knowledge of the recording studio and the skills required to be successful in its use. Topics of study are record production common practice, arrangement and orchestration theory when recording, tracking session techniques, mix-down and mastering responsibilities, and current software platforms for composers. 47 contact hours.

MUC 1616   INTRODUCTION TO FILM SCORING

credits: 2  
Prerequisite: MUC 1101 or equivalent, and departmental permission. This course is an introduction to film scoring comprised of (a) an overview and discussion of the history of music as used for the purpose of underscoring motion pictures; (b) discussion and demonstration of the function of "incidental" music in film, and the various philosophies regarding its usage; (c) projects and assignments in composing for actual film sequences, learning to master the devices and techniques of editing and synchronizing music "cues" to the film clips. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 1618   FILM SCORING II - TELEVISION EPISODIC

credits: 2  
Prerequisites: MUC 1616 and departmental permission. This course is a continuation of MUC 1616 with an emphasis on underscoring of dialog, composing main title themes, and writing scene-in and scene-out interludes and bumpers. This is a project-oriented course that culminates in scoring a full-length television episode. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 1619   FILM SCORING III - FEATURE LENGTH

credits: 2  
Prerequisites: MUC 1618 and departmental permission. In this course, the student will focus on scoring a feature-length industry film in its entirety, with full orchestral resources. The student will explore numerous varieties of scenic, action, and dialog issues, and will retain a DVD copy of finished project as a portfolio sample. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 1621   COMPOSITION IN MODERN MEDIA I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: ((MUT 2341, MUT 2341L) or equivalent) and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, composition subplan. Students practice compositional skills with assignments and projects to demonstrate an understanding of the basic materials, devices, and processes for composing and arranging contemporary music in the most common popular forms. The course is a survey of styles of the current creative movements, with emphasis on both acoustic and electronic techniques. May be taken up to two times for credit. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 Contact hours.

MUC 2000   SONGWRITING

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: MUT 1001 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree composition subplan. This course is designed to introduce students to the craft of songwriting as well as to help experienced songwriters discover new strategies to expand their technique. Focus is on contemporary music, especially, but not limited to, popular music and jazz. The course provides information that can be immediately applied to composing songs. 32 contact hours.

MUC 2001   SONGWRITING II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: MUC 2000 and MUC 1603 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree composition subplan. This course offers a systematic approach to constructing strong, expressive melodies in commercial songwriting. It encompasses: creating memorable melodies, using counterpoint effectively in song construction, developing melodic ideas over different modes, and incorporating melodies across chords into different song sections. 32 contact hours

MUC 2601   LYRIC WRITING I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: ENC 1101 or equivalent and departmental permission. This course serves to provide the student with a study of lyric writing. Student will learn to write lyrics through the application of: phrasing; rhythm and rhyme; structure and form. Student will learn what makes lyrics work and not work, applying knowledge as a lyricist or an audience member, making one more capable as both. May be taken up to two times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUC 2604   LYRIC WRITING II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: ENC 1101, MUC 2XXX, or equivalent and departmental permission. This course will provide the student with techniques to writing lyrics by finding better rhymes and using them more effectively. Becoming a naturally great lyricist is a skill that can be learned and improved upon. This course provides all of the technical information necessary to develop this skill completely. May be taken up to two times for credit. 32 Contact hours.

MUC 2622   COMPOSITION IN MODERN MEDIA II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: ((MUT 2342, MUT 2342L) or equivalent) and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, composition subplan. This course is the advanced level of Contemporary Composing and Arranging. Students practice compositional skills with assignments and projects to demonstrate an advanced understanding of the full spectrum materials, devices, and processes for composing and arranging contemporary music in a wide range of popular forms. The course is an in-depth discussion and analysis of styles used in the current creative movements, with emphasis on both acoustic and electronic techniques. May be taken up to two times for credit. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar class each week. 32 contact hours.

MUC 2631   AVID PRO TOOLS FOR THE COMPOSER

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2601, MUM 2601L, MUT 2342, MUT 2342L, MUM 2609 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, composition subplan. This course is the advanced level study of composing while using specific computer-based production platforms. Students practice compositional skills with assignments and projects to demonstrate an advanced understanding of the tools available to the composer when using the Avid Pro Tools software and hardware. 47 contact hours.

MUG 2101   ELEMENTS OF CONDUCTING

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUT 1111 or equivalent. This course is an introduction to the skill and art of musical conducting. Students will develop the physical skills involved with conducting using the baton and hands. Methods of choral and instrumental conducting will be explored and practiced using members of the class as performers as well as existing musical ensembles. Rehearsal preparation and techniques will also be explored. 47 contact hours.

MUH 1110   INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC

credits: 3  

"G" Prerequisite: ENC 0025 or EAP 1695 or satisfactory score on the placement test. This course is a general survey of the world's great music and its composers, with emphasis upon the development of intelligent listening. This course is designed for the non-music major. This course partially satisfies the writing requirements outlined in the General Education Requirements. 47 contact hours.

MUH 2052   THE MUSIC OF THE WORLD

credits: 3  
This course exposes students to musical traditions across the world through cultural context, approached through study, directed listening, performance, writing and research. It explores selected musical cultures of the major continental regions of the globe, including Native Americans, Africa, Eastern Europe, India, Asia, and Latin America. 47 contact hours.

MUL 1010   INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC HISTORY

credits: 3  

"G" Prerequisite: (ENC 0025 and REA 0017) or (EAP 1695) or (satisfactory score on the SPC placement test). This course is designed to acquaint the student with musical styles and their historical backgrounds. It is intended for music majors but open to all students who are able to read music. This course partially satisfies the writing requirements as outlined in the General Education Requirements. 47 contact hours.

MUL 1017   HISTORY OF ROCK I (1950-1979)

credits: 3  

This course is the first of two sections in the study of the history of rock and popular music from 1950 to the present. Studies will include historical time-lines, stylistic mutation, correlations with concurrent historical events and pop culture changes, and the technological advances that were a contributing factor to the evolution of this music genre. This course will prepare students for History of Rock II (1980-Present). 47 contact hours.

MUL 2018   HISTORY OF ROCK II (1980-PRESENT)

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUL 1017. This course is the second of two courses in the study of the history of rock and popular music from 1950 to present. The course will include historical time-lines, stylistic mutation, correlations with concurrent historical events and pop culture changes, and the technological advances that were a contributing factor to the evolution of this music genre. 47 contact hours.

MUL 2380   HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC

credits: 3  

This course is a survey of various styles of popular music from 1840 to the present including folk music, ragtime, musical theater, blues, jazz, rock, and electronic music. 47 contact hours.

MUM 1001   APPLE MACINTOSH FOUNDATIONS

credits: 1  

This course is specifically designed to serve the incoming student who does not have familiarity with the Apple Macintosh operating system's conventions. The Music Industry/Recording Arts program (MIRAS-AS) uses Apple computers exclusively; this course will assist the student who is unfamiliar with the platform to get a solid foundation in order to begin their studies. 16 contact hours.

MUM 1030   PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUES

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Audition required and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, performance subplan. This course is the study of rehearsal and performance skills and techniques necessary for professional musicians to maintain good personal health, develop constructive practice regimens, and prepare themselves for a high level of competency when engaged in professional music performances. 32 contact hours.

MUM 1034   VOCAL COACHING FOR THE RECORDING STUDIO

credits: 2  
Audition required. This course is for vocal students in the first year of study in the music industry recording arts program. The instruction concentrates on training singers who are preparing for a career in commercial singing, with a focus of the physical processes of voice, effective vocal recording technique, and the study and development of music promotional materials for the vocalist. Class activities involve both individual and group singing experiences. This course may be taken 2 times for a maximum of 4 credits. 32 contact hours.

MUM 1310   LEGAL ISSUES FOR THE MUSICIAN I - COURT SYSTEM AND CONTRACT LAW

credits: 1  

This course is intended to provide an overview of basic concepts and laws within the American legal system as it applies to issues within the music industry. Topics covered include the structure of the American court system, the legal environment of business, and the principles of contract law. 16 contact hours.

MUM 1311   LEGAL ISSUES FOR THE MUSICIAN II - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUM 1310. This course is intended to provide an overview of basic concepts of intellectual property law as it applies to music issues. Topics covered include the creation and protection of intellectual property including domestic and foreign rights and enforcement as they apply to music performance and publishing. 16 contact hours.

MUM 1312   LEGAL ISSUES FOR THE MUSICIAN III - LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUM 1310. This course is intended to provide an overview of basic concepts and laws within labor and employment law as it applies to musicians. Topics covered include the employment relationship and independent contractors, agency relationships, and employment regulation as it pertains to those in the music industry. 17 contact hours.

MUM 1623   ELECTRONIC MUSIC: SYNTHESIS AND SAMPLING I

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUM 2600, MUS 1621, MUT 1001, or permission of the dean. This course is the first of a two-semester curriculum exploring how electronic music synthesis and sampling is used in modern music production. The history of synthesis, analog sound reproduction, hardware component types, and hands-on practical application are areas of study. 47 contact hours.

MUM 1624   ELECTRONIC MUSIC: SYNTHESIS AND SAMPLING II

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUM 1623 or Dean's permission. This course is the second of a two-semester curriculum exploring how electronic music synthesis and sampling is used in modern music production. The history of digital synthesis,computer sound design, synthesis techniques and programming music technology are areas of study.47 contact hours.

MUM 1629   AUDIO MIXING TECHNIQUES I

credits: 3  

Prerequisites: MUS 1621 and MUS 2601 and and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan. Corequisite: MUM 1629L. This course is the study of contemporary audio engineering techniques. Fundamental aspects of working in the mixing phase of record production are topics of study and practice, including: sound aesthetics and balance priorities, signal flow and routing concepts, signal processing types and their mix-specific applications. Through assignments and examples, a practical foundation in the mixing engineer’s skill-set will be developed. 47 contact hours.

MUM 1629L   AUDIO MIXING TECHNIQUES I LAB

credits: 1  

Prerequisites: MUM 2601, MUS 1621 and and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan. Corequisite: MUM 1629. This course serves to provide the student with an applied, practical environment to work with advanced audio mixing techniques using concepts put forth in MUM 1629 to computer-based recording and mixing set-ups. Skills will be developed that will enable the student to work in an audio mixing environment at a beginning to intermediate level. 32 contact hours.

MUM 1662   LIVE SOUND REINFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2600, MUS 1621, MUT 1001 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan. Corequisite: MUM 1942. This course is the study of contemporary live sound reinforcement engineering techniques. All aspects of working in the live sound environment such as; audio component types, venue acoustical considerations, signal processing, application specific technical considerations, microphone techniques, mixing techniques, and sound crew protocol and common practice are topics of study. 47 contact hours.

MUM 1942   INTERNSHIP: SOUND ENGINEERING I

credits: 1-3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2600 AND MUS 1621 AND MUT 1001 and and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan . Corequisite: MUM 1662. This course is the first of two semesters of study, and is designed to enable students to evolve individually, and as a group, toward the utilization of sound engineering technology in a professional setting. Students will utilize audio engineering skills and techniques acquired in the classroom and apply these techniques in a pre-determined audio recording or live sound reinforcement situation. Students will explore their audio production discipline in a direct supervised, on-site, training program/internship for knowledge and experience. The emphasis will be a “hands-on” approach working with other students in an appropriately equipped performance venue and incorporating academic discussions and practices with job related experience. Course may be taken for a maximum of 3 credits. The student must fulfill the requirement of 60 on-the-job hours for each credit earned in addition to other assignments.

MUM 2035   VOCAL COACHING FOR THE RECORDING STUDIO II

credits: 2  
Prerequisite: MUM 1034 or permission of the program administrator. Audition required. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The instruction concentrates on training singers who are preparing for a career in commercial singing, with a focus of the physical processes of voice, effective vocal recording technique, group performance blend, stylistic adjustment, and performance discipline in a studio setting. Class activities involve both individual and group singing experiences. This course may be taken 2 times for a maximum of 4 credits. 32 contact hours.

MUM 2313   LEGAL ISSUES IN MUSIC

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. This course is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of basic legal concepts and laws a professional in the music and recording arts industry should master including those concerning intellectual property, agency, business formation, employment and contracts to better prepare and protect the professional. Topics covered include the creation and protection of intellectual property, the meaning of agency relationships and various contract formation and legal issues specific to music and recording arts. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2600   MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES I

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUS 1360 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisites: MUT 1001 and MUS 1621 or permission of the Dean. This introductory course in the music technology sequence presents recording concepts and historical milestones, signal flow theory, analog and digital basics, studio protocol and infrastructure, and critical music technology nomenclature. This course will prepare students for Music Technology and Recording Techniques II. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2601   MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES II

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2600 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUM 2601L. This second course in the music technology sequence presents techniques used in working with Pro Tools hardware and software. Digital audio theory, basic Pro Tools configuration techniques, graphical user interface (GUI) topography, and session initiation will be explored. This course prepares students for Music Technology and Recording Techniques III. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2601L   MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES II LAB

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUM 2600 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUM 2601. This course serves to provide the student with an introduction to digital audio recording by applying concepts put forth in MUM 2600 and MUM 2601 to computer-based recording set-ups. Skills will be developed that will enable the student to operate a Pro Tools system at an introductory level. This course will prepare students for Music Technology and Recording Techniques III. 32 contact hours.

MUM 2602   MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES III

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2601/2601L and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUM 2602L. This third course in the music technology sequence presents advanced techniques used in working with Pro Tools hardware and software. Professional recording, editing, and mix-down techniques will be explored. This course will prepare students for Music Technology and Recording Techniques IV. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2602L   MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES III LAB

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUM 2601/2601L and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUM 2602. This course provides opportunities for students to practice digital audio manipulation in a studio setting. The course of study will include advanced recording, editing, and mix-down techniques within the Pro Tools environment. This course will prepare students for Music Technology and Recording Techniques IV. 32 contact hours.

MUM 2603   MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES IV

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2602/2602L and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. This fourth course in the music technology sequence presents live recording and professional level production techniques used in working with Pro Tools hardware and software. The course of study will include applied recording, editing, and mix-down techniques in a “real world” setting, utilizing learned skills to capture a live performance and present a final mix for evaluation. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2609   CRITICAL LISTENING: ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2600, MUS 1621, MUT 1001 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan. This course is an in-depth study of production techniques used in contemporary popular music. Song structure, style characteristics, arranging techniques, recording methods, and mix-down and mastering processes will be analyzed and discussed. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2610   MUSIC PRODUCTION FOUNDATIONS

credits: 3  

Corequisite: MUM 2670. This course is specifically designed to serve the Avid Certified Pro Tools Expert and Sound Technologist Certificate program (AVID-CT). In conjunction with the Avid Pro Tools training, the student will train in basic recording techniques, signal flow, basic acoustic principles, sonic manipulation, studio etiquette, and job skills preparation. Upon completion of the Avid Certified Pro Tools Expert and Sound Technologist program, the student is awarded a college certificate. These courses will apply toward the AS degree in Music Industry/Recording Arts. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2611   ACOUSTIC AND REMOTE RECORDING TECHNIQUES

credits: 2  

Prerequisites: MUM 2601, MUM 2601L, MUS 1621, MUT 1001. Corequisite: MUM 2945 Topic 2: Acoustic. This course is an in-depth study of techniques used in recording classical, jazz and other acoustic music in studios as well as performance venues and other remote locations. Stereo microphone techniques, recording methods and media, mix-down and post-production processes will be anaylzed and discussed. Through lectures, demonstrations and co-requisite internship, students will gain practical experience in cooperation with local orchestra musicians, ensembles and soloists. 32 contact hours.

MUM 2612   CRITICAL LISTENING II: ANALYSIS OF CONTEMPORARY PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2609 and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan. This course is an advanced level study of production techniques used in contemporary popular music. It is designed to be the second semester study of in-depth listening skills required of the mixing and mastering specialist. Listening examples will provide an overview of the history of innovations and revolutions in analog and digital technology. Sound aesthetics, stylistic trends, recording media and methods, mixing techniques, signal processing and mastering approaches will be analyzed and discussed. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2640   POST PRODUCTION SOUND

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUM 2601/2601L, MUS 1621, MUT 1001, or permission of the dean. This course is the study of contemporary audio post-production engineering techniques. The goal of this curriculum is to prepare the student for a career in post-production audio. Dialogue editing, sound effects, automated dialogue replacement (ADR), music editing, mixing, and delivery methods are topics of study. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2670   AVID PRO TOOLS 101/110

credits: 3  

Pre-requisite: MUM 2600 and MUS 1621. This course is the first semester of a two-semester course structure preparing the student for the Pro Tools Operator Certification Exam administered by Avid. This course is the introductory to advanced sequence for Avid Pro Tools LE software and hardware. The student will be eligible to take the Pro Tools 101 and Pro Tools 110 exams at the culmination of this course. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2671   AVID PRO TOOLS 201/210

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUM 2670. This course is the second semester of a two-semester course structure preparing the student for the Pro Tools Operator Certification Exam administered by Avid. This course is the intermediate to advanced sequence for Avid Pro Tools HD software and hardware. The student will be eligible to take the Pro Tools 201 and Pro Tools 210 exams at the culmination of this course, and achieve Certified Pro Tools Operator status. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2672   PRO TOOLS FOR GAME AUDIO (PT130)

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2600, MUS 1621, MUM 2601, MUM 2601L. This course is an in-depth study of production techniques used in creating and implementing game audio using the Avid Pro Tools audio production system. Analysis of game sonic requirements and workflow, audio element acquisition, sound effect production (Both foley and library), dialogue types, music usage, vehicle sounds, and cinematics will be studied, discussed, and demonstrated. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2677   LIVE SOUND REINFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES II

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 1662. This course is an in-depth study of contemporary production techniques and tools used in live sound reinforcement and concert production. Conventional and in-ear monitor matrix mixing, and sound system design with practical application techniques will be studied. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2678   AUDIO MIXING TECHNIQUES II

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2601, MUM 2601L, MUM 1629, MUM 1629L and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, production subplan. Corequisite: MUM 2678L. This course is a study of advanced contemporary audio engineering techniques. All aspects of working in the mixing phase of record production are topics of study and practice including; advanced processing techniques and effectual problem solving, automated mixing workflows and control surface concepts, sound/balance aesthetic decision making and mix-translation objectives. Assignments and exercises will add breadth and depth to students’ mixing experience, while following a model of industry-established collaborative roles, and exercises in creative communication protocol and common practice. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2678L   AUDIO MIXING TECHNIQUES II - LAB

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUM 2601, MUM 2601L, MUM 1629, MUM 1629L and admission to the MIRA A.S. degree, production subplan. Corequisite: MUM 2678. This course serves to provide the student with an applied, practical environment to work with advanced audio mixing techniques using concepts put forth in MUM 2678 with computer-based recording and mixing set-ups. Skills will be developed that will enable the student to work in an audio mixing environment at an intermediate to advanced level. 32 contact hours.

MUM 2679   AVID PRO TOOLS 310M (EXPERT CERTIFICATION)

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2671. This course is a third semester of a three-semester course structure preparing the student for the Pro Tools Operator Expert Certification Exam in Music administered by Avid. This course is the advanced level in the sequence for Avid Pro Tools HD software and hardware. The student will be eligible to take the Avid Pro Tools 310M exams at the culmination of this course, and achieve Expert Pro Tools Operator status. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2680   AUDIO ENGINEERING FOUNDATIONS

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUM 2600, MUS 1621, or permission of the dean. This course offers beginning to intermediate study and application of practical skills and concepts essential to career-paths in audio engineering and music production. Listening sessions and projects will focus on comparisons and evaluations of recordings, recording equipment, software and hardware, serving simultaneously as ear-training and skills-training in the proper methodology for making such comparisons. Through listening, we will examine basic audio principles and myths, recognize distortion types and phase issues, examine differences in sound between various types of recording and playback devices, processors and transducers. We will also engage in basic wiring/soldering and building projects, troubleshooting and solving basic acoustic and signal chain/wiring issues. The student will gain confidence and skill in establishing solid test procedures, troubleshooting processes and basic wiring skills applicable to any studio or live audio setting. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2681   AUDIO FOR BROADCAST FOUNDATIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2601, MUM 2601L, MUS 1621, or permission of the Dean. This course is the study of contemporary audio for broadcast production engineering techniques. The goal of this curriculum is to prepare the student for a career in “over-the-air” and “internet” radio audio. Voice-over production, show construction, script writing, music editing, mixing, and delivery preparation are topics of study. The student will be prepared to participate in the MIRA Internet Radio Club for real-time production and broadcast. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2682   APPLIED MIXING TECHNIQUES

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: MUM 2678 or equivalent, and departmental permission. This course offers students individual, directed study in contemporary audio mixing techniques. Applying skills developed in prerequisite classes, students will work directly with the instructor and in peer-review class meetings, focusing on self-originated projects as well as "pool" projects, pairing them for collaboration with students working in other music production classes and disciplines. This process will challenge further refinement of technical skills, and offer essential experience in students' communication and collaboration aptitudes that will prove a distinct advantage as they enter this competitive industry. May be taken up to two times for credit. One-hour private lesson plus one-hour seminar/peer-review class each week.

MUM 2700   AN INTRODUCTION TO THE BUSINESS OF MUSIC

credits: 1  
This course focuses on the fundamentals of the music business specific to managing performance, recording, publishing, and distribution trends. 16 contact hours.

MUM 2702   PROMOTING AND MERCHANDISING MUSICIANS

credits: 1  
This course focuses on strategies used to promote emerging musicians and their music. Specific resources are reviewed for creating promotional campaigns, increasing listener awareness, and developing a regular schedule of performing. Students will also review the most common contract terms entered into by musicians. 16 contact hours.

MUM 2707   PRACTICAL MUSIC BUSINESS

credits: 3  

This course covers the business and promotion of music and its related professions. Included are discussions and projects for the creation, growing, and marketing of your musical specialty. Topics include: developing and branding your talent, networking with others in the field of music to promote your profession, contract terms and negotiations, pricing, and the importance of maximizing opportunity. The retail and wholesale music business, musical instruction and working with musical volunteers will also be discussed. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2944   INTERNSHIP: STUDIO ENGINEERING I

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUM 2602, MUT 1001, or permission of the dean. The Studio Engineering internship is designed to prepare and coordinate in-field experience for advanced students in a professional recording industry setting, such as recording studios, audio post-production facilities, or broadcast studios. Internship should help students to advance their skills and abilities through practical application of techniques and concepts discussed in other courses. The internship experience should also provide opportunities to further develop professionalism, problem-solving, resourcefulness and self-reliance, and may offer chances to establish contacts within the industry that lead to entry-level employment. 47 contact hours.

MUM 2945   INTERNSHIP: SOUND ENGINEERING II

credits: 1-4  

Prerequisite: MUM 1942 or permission of the dean. This course is the second of two semesters of study, and is designed to enable students to evolve individually, and as a group, toward the advanced utilization of sound engineering technology in a professional setting. Students will utilize audio engineering skills and techniques acquired in the classroom and previous internships, and apply these techniques in a pre-determined audio recording or live sound reinforcement situation. Students will explore their audio production discipline in a non-direct supervised, on-site, training program/internship for knowledge and experience. The emphasis will be a “hands-on” approach working with other students in an appropriately equipped performance venue and incorporating academic discussions and practices with job related experience. The student must fulfill the requirement of 60 on-the-job hours for each credit earned in addition to other assignments.

Topic I: Live Event Production
The Live Event Production internship is designed to enable students an opportunity to apply practices and techniques learned in the co requisite live sound reinforcement course. Students gain a backstage perspective and are provided opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and work ethic in a variety of venues working alongside industry professionals.

Topic II: Acoustic and Remote Recording
The Acoustic and Remote Recording internship is designed to prepare and coordinate in-field experience, to help students advance their skills and abilities through practical application of techniques and concepts discussed in the corequisite course. Assignments will involve cooperation with the Florida Orchestra, The Palladium, The SPC Music Center, recording studios and other settings. The internship experience should also provide opportunities to further develop professionalism, problem-solving, resourcefulness and self-reliance, and may offer chances to establish contacts within the industry that lead to entry-level employment.

Topic III: Studio Engineering
The Studio Engineering internship is designed to prepare and coordinate in-field experience for advanced students in a professional recording industry setting, such as recording studios, audio post-production facilities, or broadcast studios. Internship should help students to advance their skills and abilities through practical application of techniques and concepts discussed in other courses. The internship experience should also provide opportunities to further develop professionalism, problem-solving, resourcefulness and self-reliance, and may offer chances to establish contacts within the industry that lead to entry-level employment.

MUN 1031   ROCK ENSEMBLE I

credits: 1  

Audition required. Open to both instrumentalists (any instruments) and singers, this course is the study and performance of commercial music. Emphasis is placed on learning a wide variety of popular music styles heard on radio, television, soundtracks and Web-based music distribution systems. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 1032   ROCK ENSEMBLE II

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Open to both instrumentalists (any instruments) and singers, this course is a continuation of Rock Ensemble I and is a more advanced study of commercial music performance. Members should be competent on their instruments and/or voice and have fluency in music reading and knowledge of chord symbols. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 1120   COLLEGE BAND

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of standard band literature. Emphasis is placed on exposure and learning the highest quality literature for winds and percussion through rehearsal and performance. Membership is comprised of SPC Music Majors and community members. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1140   WIND SYMPHONY

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of standard band and wind ensemble literature. Emphasis is placed on exposure and learning the highest quality literature for winds and percussion through rehearsal and performance. Membership is comprised of SPC Music Majors and community members. Acceptance into this ensemble is highly selective. SPC Music Majors participating in this ensemble must also be enrolled in COLLEGE BAND, MUN 1120. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1210   COLLEGE ORCHESTRA

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: Audition or permission of program administrator. The College Orchestra provides instrumentalists in the College and community an opportunity to perform works representative of a broad spectrum of orchestral literature, refine techniques of ensemble playing, and present concerts each term. Membership is by permission of the director. Music majors who are string players are required to participate. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1310   COLLEGE CHORUS

credits: 1  
Open to all students, non-music majors welcomed. The College Chorus is both a training organization and a performance group. Basic techniques of singing are developed through group and sectional rehearsals. This training and the preparation of works for performance, with the experience inherent in this learning process, take precedence. Basic repertoire and rehearsal techniques, valuable tools in the music profession, are also emphasized. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1340   MADRIGALIANS

credits: 1  
Corequisite: MUN 1310. This course is offered as a select choral performance ensemble to those students who have successfully auditioned for the director. Survey and performance of secular choral music from the sixteenth through the twenty-first centuries will be conducted during the semester. Extensive sight-reading of ensemble literature and frequent performances. Open to all students, non-music majors welcomed. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1391   GOSPEL CHORUS

credits: 1  
Open to all students, non-music majors welcomed. The Gospel Chorus is designed to provide students with a comprehensive standard-based vocal music curriculum that allows students to study and perform music and texts derived from the African American religious experience. Students will enhance the skills that are specific to vocal gospel music production. A variety of repertoire and styles are chosen to meet the objectives of the course. Performance opportunities are incorporated to assist students in reaching a comprehensive and interactive aesthetic experience. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1440   PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  
Departmental permission required. This course is the study and performance of literature in the percussion medium. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 1441   HAND DRUMMING ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  

This course is the study and performance of hand drumming in an ensemble environment. Students will study the many stylistic variations, and instrumental utilization, of hand drumming disciplines across cultural boundaries. The student will be required to perform various percussion and hand drumming techniques in several musical genres. May be taken up to three times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 1700   IMPROVISATION ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Audition required and admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree, performance subplan. This course is the study and performance of improvisation in a performance environment. Students will be required to improvise music, in several musical genres. 32 contact hours.

MUN 1710   JAZZ BAND

credits: 1  
Audition required. This course is the study and performance of instrumental ensemble music in the jazz and popular medium. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1711   JAZZ COMBO

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of instrumental and vocal ensemble music in a Jazz Combo setting. Students will be required to play instrumental and vocal music, in several jazz styles. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1712   JAZZ COMBO II

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of instrumental and vocal ensemble music in a Jazz Combo setting. Students will be required to play instrumental and vocal music, in several jazz styles. 47 contact hours.

MUN 1718   RHYTHM & BLUES ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of instrumental ensemble music in the Rhythm and Blues genre. Students will be required to play instrumental and vocal music, in a Rhythm and Blues style. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 1810   STEEL DRUM ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: Departmental permission required. This course involves the study and performance of percussion literature for the steel drum. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 2004   RECORDING STUDIO ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of ensemble music as it is applied in a recording studio setting. Students will be required to play instrumental and vocal music, in a wide variety of genres, for the purpose of recording by production engineers. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 2022   LAPTOP AND ELECTRONIC ARTS ENSEMBLE

credits: 1  
Audition required. This course explores new combinations of live electronic with acoustic instruments and other media by performing a diverse repertoire of music and new works. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 3 credits. 32 contact hours.

MUN 2709   RHYTHM SECTION BOOT CAMP

credits: 1  
Audition required. This course is the study and performance of instrumental ensemble music as it is applied in a rhythm section setting. Students will be required to study and play instrumental and vocal backing music, in a wide variety of genres, for the purpose of increasing their rhythm section skill levels. May be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 2719   RHYTHM AND BLUES ENSEMBLE II

credits: 1  
Audition required. This course is the advanced level study and performance of instrumental ensemble music in the Rhythm & Blues genre. Students will be required to play instrumental and vocal music, in a Rhythm & Blues style. May be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 2720   CONTEMPORARY VOCAL PERFORMANCE FUNDAMENTALS

credits: 1  
In this course, students will work on basic live performance skills including microphone technique, stage presence, critical listening, and musicianship through a mixture of performance and observation. This would be the first class in a series that would feed into a Live Performance Techniques class, where students would learn to work with a live band. Can be taken 2 times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUN 2771   MIRA HOUSE BAND (STUDENT/FACULTY ENSEMBLE)

credits: 1  

Audition required. This course is the study and performance of ensemble music as it is applied in an advanced live setting. Students will be required to play instrumental and vocal music, in a wide variety of genres, for the purpose of giving live performances in many different situations. The combination of both students and faculty will provide those participating for credit, a rare chance to perform with the highest caliber musicians. Live Sound Reinforcement technicians may participate to satisfy the MIRA Internship requirements. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUO 1001   MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: Audition. This is a practical course offering varied experience in the elements of musical theatre. The general repertoire will be surveyed to establish an acquaintance with the literature and one or more works will be produced. A staged production of scenes from one or more works will be presented. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUO 2501   OPERA WORKSHOP

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: Audition. This course is an analytical study of the elements of opera theatre and is designed for the advanced voice student. The general repertoire is comprised of operatic scenes with emphasis on stage deportment, acting, vocal diction and character interpretation. Course may be taken up to six times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MUS 1010   STUDENT RECITAL

credits: 0  
Corequisite: Applied Music, principal instrument (such as MVK 1311, etc). This course requires attendance and participation in student recitals. Students will attend a workshop in recital etiquette and protocols. Students will participate in performance classes in their respective performing area at least once prior to scheduled recitals. Students will be required to attend all and perform in one of four or five scheduled music recitals each session. 8 contact hours.

MUS 1360   MUSIC AND COMPUTERS

credits: 3  

This course will introduce students to the applications of the computer as a tool to facilitate musical creativity. Students will become acquainted with Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) and digital recording technology through projects in sequencing, performing, notating, and printing their work. Appropriate software such as Protools, Finale, Sibelius, Sonar, Cubase and others will be studied and applied in composition and arranging assignments. 47 contact hours.

MUS 1621   ACOUSTICS AND PSYCHOACOUSTICS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUM 2600.  This introductory course is a presentation of modern acoustic and psychoacoustic concepts as they pertain to music recording and production. The topics covered are sound generation, waveform theory, audio perception, electrical grounding concepts, applied acoustical studio design, listening environment analysis, and critical audio technology nomenclature. This course will prepare students for all levels of Music Technology and Recording Techniques. 47 contact hours.

MUS 2221   DICTION FOR SINGERS: FRENCH

credits: 1  
This course is the study of French lyric diction as applied to art song and operatic repertoire. This course is designed for students of vocal performance and choral conducting to improve their capacity to respond with ease, accuracy and expression in the production of music in the French language. 16 contact hours.

MUS 2231   DICTION FOR SINGERS: GERMAN

credits: 1  
This course is the study of German lyric diction as applied to art song and operatic repertoire. The course is designed for students of vocal performance and choral conducting to improve their capacity to respond with ease, accuracy and expression in the production of music in the German language. 16 contact hours.

MUS 2241   DICTION FOR SINGERS: ITALIAN

credits: 1  
The study of Italian lyric diction as applied to art song and operatic repertoire. This course is designed for students of vocal performance and choral conducting to improve their capacity to respond with ease, accuracy and expression in the production of music in the Italian language. 16 contact hours.

MUS 2949   CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE

credits: 1-3  

Faculty Advisor/Co-op Coordinator or Program Administrator Approval.  This course is designed to provide students with major-related, supervised, evaluated practical training work experiences which may be paid or voluntary.  Students are graded on the basis of documented learning acquired through hands-on experiences in an actual work setting.  Variable credits are available, one to three per course.  The student must fulfill the requirement of 60 on-the-job hours for each credit earned in addition to written assignments.  Co-op courses may be repeated but total credits shall not exceed twelve.

MUT 1001   FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC

credits: 3  
This course will enable students to acquire a thorough working knowledge of those rudiments basic to the pursuit of further study of musical theory and musical performance. It is for those students who are not ready for Music Theory, Introduction to Music History, and Applied Music courses. 47 contact hours.

MUT 1111   MUSIC THEORY I

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUT 1001 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 1241. This course is designed to introduce students to the principles of music notation, rhythm, construction of scales, keys and intervals, and the formation of chords. Harmony, using diatonic triads, combined with the introduction of non-harmonic tones is also included. The course provides points of interest for students pursuing music performance, analysis, composition and education. 47 contact hours.

MUT 1112   MUSIC THEORY II

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUT 1111 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 1242. This course is designed as a continuation of Music Theory I, with emphasis on harmonization, voice-leading, and figured bass. Compositional techniques for expanding melodic and harmonic frameworks are investigated through the exploration of phrases, cadences, and applied chords. 47 contact hours.

MUT 1241   AURAL THEORY I

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUT 1001 or Program Administrattor approval. Corequisite: MUT 1111. This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to ear-training and sight-singing, to promote the ability to notate live and recorded music, and to comprehend and perform printed music. Skills will be developed that enable recognition and recall of common musical patterns, as well as the ability to hear and understand music from a variety of musical styles. 32 contact hours.

MUT 1242   AURAL THEORY II

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: MUT 1241 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 1112. This course is designed as a continuation of Aural Theory I, with emphasis on harmonic progressions, applied chords, and melodic phrases. The student will also learn to perform and aurally identify common melodic embellishments and perform figured bass notation. 32 contact hours.

MUT 2116   MUSIC THEORY III

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUT 1112 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 2246. This course is designed as a continuation of Music Theory II, with emphasis on expansion of the harmonic vocabulary. The student will learn how color is added to compositions with chromatic resources ranging from modulation to extended chords, modal mixture, and altered chordss. Musical form and interpretation are also considered. 47 contact hours.

MUT 2117   MUSIC THEORY IV

credits: 3  
Prerequisite: MUT 2116 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 2247. This course is designed as a continuation of Music Theory III, with a spotlight on twentieth century music. The student will learn about modes, scales, and sets. Set theory, serial composition, twelve-tone rows, and post tonal music are explored. 47 contact hours.

MUT 2246   AURAL THEORY III

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: MUT 1242 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 2116. This course is designed as a continuation of Aural Theory II, with emphasis on harmonic expansion including modulations, chromatic approaches to dominant, and form. The student will also learn to perform and aurally identify chromatic music and asymmetrical meters. 32 contact hours.

MUT 2247   AURAL THEORY IV

credits: 1  
Prerequisite: MUT 2246 or Program Director approval. Corequisite: MUT 2117. This course is designed as a continuation of Aural Theory III, with emphasis on compositional materials of the twentieth century. The student will explore modes, scales, sets, serialism, and twelve-tone rows through guided listening and performance. The student will also learn new ways to organize rhythm, meter, and duration. 32 contact hours.

MUT 2341   CONTEMPORARY MUSIC THEORY I

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUT 2341L. This course is designed to introduce students to the principles of melody, rhythm, and harmony in popular music and jazz from the viewpoint of the contemporary musician. The course provides information that can be immediately applied to composing and arranging music. 47 contact hours.

MUT 2341L   CONTEMPORARY EAR TRAINING I

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Admission to the Music Industry Recording Arts A.S. degree. Corequisite: MUT 2341. Music is a sonic art form and the skill of deep listening is critical for successful commercial musicianship. Students will learn to notate basic rhythms and pitch, and understand the relationships sound and notation. Students will transcribe contemporary music from popular music and jazz sources. 32 contact hours.

MUT 2342   CONTEMPORARY MUSIC THEORY II

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: MUT 2341. Corequisite: MUT 2342L. This course is a continuation of Contemporary Music Theory I and explores skills essential to arranging, harmonizing, and voicing, plus instrumentation, and creation of various types of beats. The course culminates with students creating authentic arrangements for rhythm section and popular music recordings. 47 contact hours.

MUT 2342L   CONTEMPORARY EAR TRAINING II

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MUT 2341L. Corequisite: MUT 2342. This course is a continuation of Contemporary Ear Training I, and the student will learn to notate complex rhythms and pitch, and develop the ability to quickly identify chords and progressions. The student will transcribe large forms from popular music and jazz sources. Music is a sonic art form and the skill of deep listening is critical for successful commercial musicianship. 32 contact hours.

MVB 1011   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - TRUMPET

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1012   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - FRENCH HORN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1013   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - TROMBONE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1014   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - BARITONE HORN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1015   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - TUBA

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1211   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - TRUMPET

credits: 1-2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and trumpet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1212   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - FRENCH HORN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and French horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1213   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - TROMBONE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and trombone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1214   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - BARITONE HORN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and baritone horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1215   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - TUBA

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and tuba repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVB 1311   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - TRUMPET

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is trumpet. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of trumpet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 1312   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - FRENCH HORN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is French horn. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of French horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 1313   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - TROMBONE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is Trombone. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of Trombone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 1314   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - BARITONE HORN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is baritone horn. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of baritone horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 1315   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - TUBA

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is tuba. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of tuba repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 1317   CONTEMPORARY BRASS TECHNIQUES I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVB 1411   APPLIED PERFORMANCE TRUMPET

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 1412   APPLIED HORN PERFORMANCE -

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 1413   APPLIED TROMBONE PERFORMANCE -

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 1414   APPLIED BARITONE HORN PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 1415   APPLIED TUBA PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 2021   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - TRUMPET

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1011 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2022   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - FRENCH HORN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1012 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2023   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - TROMBONE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1013 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2024   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - BARITONE HORN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1014 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2025   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - TUBA

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1015 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2221   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - TRUMPET

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1211 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and trumpet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2222   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - FRENCH HORN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1212 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and French horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2223   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - TROMBONE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1213 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and trombone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2224   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - BARITONE HORN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1214 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and baritone horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2225   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - TUBA

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVB 1215 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and tuba repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVB 2321   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - TRUMPET

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVB 1311 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is trumpet. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of trumpet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 2322   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - FRENCH HORN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVB 1312 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is French horn. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of French horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 2323   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - TROMBONE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVB 1313 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is Trombone. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of Trombone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 2324   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - BARITONE HORN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVB 1314 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is baritone horn. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of baritone horn repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 2325   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - TUBA

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVB 1315 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is tuba. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of tuba repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVB 2327   CONTEMPORARY BRASS TECHNIQUES II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVB 2421   APPLIED PERFORMANCE TRUMPET

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 2422   APPLIED HORN PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 2423   APPLIED TROMBONE PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 2424   APPLIED BARITONE HORN PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVB 2425   APPLIED TUBA PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVJ 1010   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - JAZZ PIANO

credits: 1-2  
Private instruction in jazz piano performance. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors or taking applied music for enrichment. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVJ 1210   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - JAZZ PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 . One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVJ 1310   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - JAZZ PIANO

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and major ensemble (MUN 1120, MUN 1310 or MUN 1710). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is jazz piano. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the mastery of music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVJ 2020   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - JAZZ PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction in jazz piano performance. This course is a continuation of MVJ 1010 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or taking applied music for enrichment. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVJ 2220   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - JAZZ PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction in jazz piano performance. This course is a continuation of MVJ 1210 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 . One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVJ 2320   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - JAZZ PIANO

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and major ensemble (MUN 1120, MUN 1310 or MUN 1710). This course is a continuation of MVJ 1310 and is designed for the music major in the second year of study whose primary instrument is jazz piano. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the mastery of music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVK 1011   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 1013   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - ORGAN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 1111   CLASS PIANO I

credits: 1  
This course is for beginning piano students meeting in groups of six or more. Emphasis is placed on music reading and elementary techniques. 32 contact hours.

MVK 1115   POPULAR PIANO TECHNIQUES

credits: 1-2  

This course is private instruction in contemporary keyboard styles, including pop, rock, jazz, and gospel. Special emphasis is given to stylistic harmonization and improvisation. One credit is one-half hour lesson per week. Two credits are one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 1211   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 1213   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - ORGAN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 1215   CONTEMPORARY KEYBOARD TECHNIQUES I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVK 1311   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - PIANO

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and major ensemble (MUN 1120 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is piano. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the mastery of music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVK 1313   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - ORGAN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and major ensemble (MUN 1120 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is organ. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the mastery of literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVK 1411   APPLIED PERFORMANCE PIANO

credits: 3  
Corequisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small audience of peers and piano faculty to promote confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVK 1413   APPLIED PERFORMANCE ORGAN

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVK 2021   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVK 1011 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 2023   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - ORGAN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVK 1013 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 2121   CLASS PIANO II

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MVK 1111. As a continuation of Class Piano I, this course is designed to prepare students to pass minimum piano proficiency requirements in music-major programs. There is special emphasis upon harmonization of melodies, improvisation, and sight reading. This course may be taken 3 times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MVK 2125   POPULAR PIANO TECHNIQUES II

credits: 1-2  
Prerequisite: MVK 1115. This course offers private instruction in contemporary keyboard styles, including jazz, pop, gospel, and rock at an advanced level. Special emphasis will be given to stylistic harmonization and improvisation. One credit is one-half hour lesson per week. Two credits are one hour lesson per week. 8.5 contact hours or 17 contact hours.

MVK 2221   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - PIANO

credits: 1-2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVK 1211 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 2223   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - ORGAN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVK 1213 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVK 2225   CONTEMPORARY KEYBOARD TECHNIQUES II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVK 2321   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - PIANO

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and major ensemble (MUN 1120 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVK 1311 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is piano. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the mastery of music literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVK 2323   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - ORGAN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and major ensemble (MUN 1120 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVK 1313 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is organ. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the mastery of literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVK 2421   APPLIED PERFORMANCE PIANO

credits: 3  
Corequisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small audience of peers and piano faculty to promote confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVK 2423   APPLIED ORGAN PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Corequisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small audience of peers and piano faculty to promote confidence in solo performance. May be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVP 1011   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - PERCUSSION

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVP 1211   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - PERCUSSION

credits: 1-2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVP 1311   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - PERCUSSION

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is saxophone. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of percussion repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVP 1317   CONTEMPORARY DRUMKIT TECHNIQUE I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVP 1411   APPLIED PERFORMANCE - PERCUSSION

credits: 3  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 4 times for a total of 1

MVP 2021   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - PERCUSSION

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVP 1011 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVP 2221   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - PERCUSSION

credits: 1-2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVP 1211 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVP 2321   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - PERCUSSION

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVP 1311 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is saxophone. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of percussion repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVP 2327   CONTEMPORARY DRUMKIT TECHNIQUE II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVP 2421   APPLIED PERFORMANCE - PERCUSSION

credits: 3  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 4 times for a total of 1

MVS 1011   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - VIOLIN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1012   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - VIOLA

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1013   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - CELLO

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1014   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - STRING BASS

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1015   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - HARP

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1016   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - GUITAR

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1211   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - VIOLIN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and violin repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1212   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - VIOLA

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and viola repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1213   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - CELLO

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and cello repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1214   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - STRING BASS

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and string bass repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1215   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - HARP

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and harp repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1216   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - GUITAR

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and guitar repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 1311   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - VIOLIN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is violin. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of violin repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1312   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - VIOLA

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is viola. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of viola repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1313   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - CELLO

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is cello. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of cello repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1314   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - STRING BASS

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is string bass. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of string bass repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1315   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - HARP

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is harp. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of harp repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1316   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - GUITAR

credits: 2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is guitar. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of guitar repertoire This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1317   CONTEMPORARY BASS TECHNIQUES I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1318   CONTEMPORARY GUITAR TECHNIQUES I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVS 1411   APPLIED PERFORMANCE VIOLIN

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 1412   APPLIED VIOLA PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 1413   APPLIED CELLO PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 1414   APPLIED STRING BASS PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 1415   APPLIED HARP PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 1416   APPLIED GUITAR PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 2021   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - VIOLIN

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1011 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2022   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - VIOLA

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1012 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2023   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - CELLO

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1013 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2024   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - STRING BASS

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1014 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2025   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - HARP

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1015 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2026   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - GUITAR

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1016 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2221   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - VIOLIN

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1211 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and violin repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2222   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - VIOLA

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1212 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and viola repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2223   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - CELLO

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1213 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and cello repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2224   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - STRING BASS

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1214 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and string bass repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVS 2225   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - HARP

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1215 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and harp repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVS 2226   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - GUITAR

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVS 1216 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and guitar repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVS 2321   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - VIOLIN

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVS 1311 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is violin. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of violin repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2322   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - VIOLA

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVS 1312 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is viola. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of viola repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2323   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - CELLO

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVS 1313 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is cello. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of cello repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2324   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - STRING BASS

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVS 1314 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is string bass. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of string bass repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2325   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - HARP

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVS 1315 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is harp. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of harp repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2326   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - GUITAR

credits: 2  

Corequisite: MUS 1010 and a major ensemble (MUN 1210 or MUN 1310). Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVS 1316 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is guitar. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of technique and (b) the skilled usage of guitar repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2327   CONTEMPORARY BASS TECHNIQUES II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition Required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2328   CONTEMPORARY GUITAR TECHNIQUES II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVS 2421   APPLIED PERFORMANCE VIOLIN

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 2422   APPLIED VIOLA PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 2423   APPLIED CELLO PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 2424   APPLIED STRING BASS PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 2425   APPLIED HARP PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVS 2426   APPLIED GUITAR PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVV 1011   APPLIED MUSIC VOICE - ENRICHMENT

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of applied vocal study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVV 1111   CLASS VOICE

credits: 1  
This course is for singers and instrumentalists with no previous vocal study with a focus on developing a basic foundation. Class activities emphasize vocal exercises, posture and breathing, and developing confidence. The class involves both individual and group singing experiences. This course may be taken 3 times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MVV 1114   CONTEMPORARY CLASS VOICE

credits: 1  

This course is for singers and instrumentalists with no previous experience in vocal studies, with a focus on developing a basic performance foundation in contemporary vocal techniques. Class activities emphasize analysis of styles, vocal exercises, posture, breathing, and developing confidence. The class involves both individual and group singing experiences. This course may be taken 3 times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MVV 1211   APPLIED MUSIC VOICE - SECONDARY

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of vocal technique and the solo vocal literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVV 1311   APPLIED MUSIC VOICE - PRINCIPAL

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1310. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major with prior vocal study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on the development of vocal technique and vocal repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVV 1317   CONTEMPORARY VOCAL STYLE I

credits: 1-2  

Prerequisite: MUM 1034. Private instruction. Audition required. This course is for vocal students in the first year of study in the music industry recording arts program. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary vocal performance. This course may be taken for a maximum of 4 credits. One half-hour or one-hour lesson per week. 8-16 contact hours.

MVV 1411   APPLIED PERFORMANCE VOICE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of vocal technique and b) the mastery of song literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small audience of peers and voice faculty to promote confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVV 2021   APPLIED VOICE ENRICHMENT

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVV 1011 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVV 2121   CLASS VOICE II

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: MVV 1111. This course is a continuation of Class Voice I. May be taken 3 times for credit. 32 contact hours.

MVV 2221   APPLIED MUSIC VOICE SECONDARY

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVV 1211 and is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of vocal technique and the solo vocal literature. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVV 2321   APPLIED MUSIC - VOICE - PRINCIPAL

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1310. This course is a continuation of MVV 1311 and is designed for the music major in the second year of study whose primary instrument is voice. Admission to this level is determined by faculty at the vocal jury. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of vocal technique (b) the solo vocal literature and (c) song presentation. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVV 2327   CONTEMPORARY VOCAL STYLE II

credits: 1-2  

Prerequisite: MVV 1317. Private instruction. Audition required. This course is for vocal students in the second year of study in the music industry recording arts program. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary vocal performance. This course may be taken for a maximum of 4 credits. One half-hour or one hour lesson per week. 8-16 contact hours.

MVV 2421   APPLIED PERFORMANCE VOICE

credits: 3  
Corequisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of vocal technique and b) the mastery of song literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small audience of peers and voice faculty to promote confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 1011   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - FLUTE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1012   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - OBOE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1013   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - CLARINET

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1014   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - BASSOON

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1015   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - SAXOPHONE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is for students in the first year of study who are non-music majors, or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for credit for a maximum of 6 credits. Students may register for 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1211   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - FLUTE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and flute repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1212   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - OBOE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and oboe repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1213   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - CLARINET

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and clarinet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1214   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - BASSOON

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and bassoon repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1215   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - SAXOPHONE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and saxophone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week.

MVW 1311   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - FLUTE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is flute. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of flute repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 1312   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - OBOE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is oboe. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of oboe repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 1313   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - CLARINET

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is clarinet. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of clarinet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 1314   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - BASSOON

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is bassoon. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of bassoon repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 1315   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - SAXOPHONE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is saxophone. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of saxophone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 1317   CONTEMPORARY WOODWIND TECHNIQUES I

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the first year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on a beginning to intermediate approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVW 1411   APPLIED PERFORMANCE FLUTE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 1412   APPLIED OBOE PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 1413   APPLIED CLARINET PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 1414   APPLIED BASSOON PERFORMANCE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 1415   APPLIED PERFORMANCE SAXOPHONE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 2021   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - FLUTE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1011 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2022   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - OBOE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1012 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2023   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - CLARINET

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1013 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2024   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - BASSOON

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1014 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2025   APPLIED MUSIC ENRICHMENT - SAXOPHONE

credits: 1-2  

Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1015 and is for students in the second year of study who are non-music majors or preparing for music major audition. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2221   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - FLUTE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1211 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and flute repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2222   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - OBOE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1212 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and oboe repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2223   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - CLARINET

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1213 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and clarinet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2224   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - BASSOON

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1214 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and bassoon repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2225   APPLIED MUSIC SECONDARY - SAXOPHONE

credits: 1-2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Private instruction. This course is a continuation of MVW 1215 and is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate approach to the development of technique and saxophone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One half-hour lesson or one hour lesson per week. 1 or 2 credits. 8 or 16 contact hours.

MVW 2321   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - FLUTE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVW 1311 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is flute. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of flute repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 2322   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - OBOE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVW 1312 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is oboe. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of oboe repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 2323   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - CLARINET

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVW 1313 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is clarinet. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of clarinet repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 2324   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - BASSOON

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVW 1314 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is bassoon. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of bassoon repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 2325   APPLIED MUSIC PRINCIPAL - SAXOPHONE

credits: 2  

Co-requisite: MUS 1010 and MUN 1120. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is a continuation of MVW 1315 and is designed for the music major who has prior private study and whose primary instrument is saxophone. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson per week. The private lesson focuses on (a) the development of sound technique and (b) the skilled usage of saxophone repertoire. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 6 credits. 16 contact hours.

MVW 2327   CONTEMPORARY WOODWIND TECHNIQUES II

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Audition required. Private instruction. This course is for the music major in the second year of study in the secondary performance area. The private lesson focuses on an intermediate to advanced approach to the development of technique and music literature related to contemporary music styles. This course may be taken 3 times for a maximum of 6 credits. One-hour lesson per week. 16 contact hours.

MVW 2421   APPLIED PERFORMANCE FLUTE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be repeated 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 2422   APPLIED PERFORMANCE OBOE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 2423   APPLIED PERFORMANCE CLARINET

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 2424   APPLIED PERFORMANCE BASSOON

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

MVW 2425   APPLIED PERFORMANCE SAXOPHONE

credits: 3  
Co-requisite: MUS 1010. Admission into the course is by audition only. This course is designed for the performance music major who has prior private study. This course consists of one (1) hour private lesson and one (1) repertory class per week. The private lesson focuses on a) the development of sound technique and b) the mastery of literature. The repertoire class addresses performance issues and will give the individual student an opportunity to perform for a small, non-threatening audience, helping gain confidence in solo performance. This course may be taken 3 times for a total of 9 credits. 47 contact hours.

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