The college catalog is a very important document given to you by the University administration. It is the document that sets forth the academic requirements the student has to meet in order to garner a degree in the institution. You are given a catalog dated on the year you enter the university, and it governs your whole academic progress. It is essential to read and understand it, and to keep a copy handy for reference and for your records.
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This is a course designed to familiarize the student with services available to in the local community to meet human needs and to help with social problems. Emphasis is on the development of knowledge from the perspective of a consumer and of skills necessary to locate, gain access to and effectively utilize such services. Open to all students, including those on restricted status.
This is an introductory course in singing. The fundamental of vocal technique which apply to most styles of singing are taught Music reading appropriate for the singer is also emphasized. It is recommended that MU104 or MU304 be taken con currently.
Assists the perspcetive teacher in evaluating personal quali- cations in the light of criteria for successful classroom teaching and helps the student make a well-informed decision for or against a career in teaching. Open only to students with less than 60 hours earned college credit. Concurrent enrollment in ED192 recommended.
This is a basic composition course. Emphasis is placed on con- structing grammatical sentences in standard written English, on developing unified paragraphs employing an appropriate principle of organization, on developing papers employing appropriate principles of organization, and upon improving skills in critical reading of non-fiction prose. EN110 must be completed with a grad grade of "C" or better before taking EN111. Grades are A,B,C,D,F, or NC. Prerequisites: Developmental English courses or test out.
This course is a continuation of EN110 that emphasizes clarity, accuracy, and effectiveness in written English; research techniques; correct documentation and citation formats; and argumentation. EN111 must be completed with a grade of ?C? or better in order to fulfill the course requirement. Grades are A, B, C, D, F, I, or NC. Prerequisites: EN110 (or its equivalent) or advanced placement based on testing and samples of previous writing. The approval of the Division Chair, who may consult with the Director of Composition, is required.
This course is a comprehensive study of world history from the formation of early complex societies to 1500.
Study of basic piano techniques and music fundamentals.
This course is a comprehensive study of world history from 1500 to the present.
A continuation of MU121, this course covers additional piano techniques, sight reading skills and applied music theory. A variety of compo- sitional styles is explored. Prerequisite: MU121 or consent of instructor.
THIS COURSE PROVIDES STUDENTS WITH OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE IN PHYSICALLY CHALLENGING OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES SUCH AS CAMPING BACKPACKING, CANOEING, HIKING, MOUNTAINEERING, ORIENTEERING, AND WINDSURFING. STUDENTS ENGAGE IN INITIATIVES WHERE OBSTACLES ARE CONTRIVED AND ENVIRONMENTS ARE CREATED THAT CHALLENGE STUDENTS TO WORK WITH INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS. Prerequisites: None