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CLASS Course Descriptions

College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences


CLASS Course Descriptions

Below is a list of courses from the Course Catalog for the College of Liberal Arts & Social Science.


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  • MU 104 UNIVERSITY SINGERS

    THIS IS AN AUDITIONED MIXED CHORUS WITH PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. THE GOAL IS THE PREPARATION AND PERFORMANCE OF A WIDE VARIETY OF CHORAL LITERATURE. VOCAL TECHNIQUE, SIGHT READING, AND MUSIC THEORY APPROPRIATE TO CHORAL MUSIC ARE TAUGHT. PREREQUISITE: AUDITION. THIS COURSE MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT.

  • MU 105 Band

    This is an auditioned instrumental ensemble with previous instrumental study and performance experience required. The goal is the study, preparation, and performance or standard instrumental ensemble literature. It may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: audition and consent of instructor.

  • MU 106 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC

    Introduction to perceptive listening covering musicians and styles of music from the Middle Ages to the present day. Designed primarily for the general education program.

  • MU 110 BEGINNING CLASS VOICE

    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.

  • MU 121 BEGINNING CLASS PIANO

    Study of basic piano techniques and music fundamentals.

  • MU 122 INTERMEDIATE CLASS PIANO

    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.

  • MU 161 Music Theory II

    A continuation of MU16, THIS COURSE COVERS TRIADS AND SEVENTH CHORDS IN INVERSION, CADENCES, PHRASES, PERIOD FORMS, NON-CHORDS TONES, USE OF THE DOMINANT SEVENTH CHORD AND OTHER DIATONIC SEVENTH CHORDS, AND PART WRITING USIN INVERSIONS. PREREQUISITE: COMPLETION OF MU 160 WITH A "C" OR BETTER OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR.

  • MU 171 Ear Training II

    This course is designed to improve music aural comprehension for music majors and minors. Ear Training II is predominantly concerned with the recognition of 7th and 9th chords, complex rhythms, melodic and chord transcriptions and advanced sight singing. Computer software will be used as part of the training. Instructor?s permission required or successful completion of MU170 Ear Training I.

  • MU 202 Applied Music: Voice

    This course consists of individual instruction in piano, voice, or other musical instrument. It may be repeated for credit. Prerequisit: Previous study of an instrument or voice, or consent of instructor. Audition is required.

  • MU 202 Applied Music: Woodwind

    This course consists of individual instruction in piano, voice, or other musical instrument. It may be repeated for credit. Prerequisit: Previous study of an instrument or voice, or consent of instructor. Audition is required.

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