MUS - MUSIC


Department of Music (ARS)

MUS - 1000 RECITAL
[0 hours] Required for music majors. Weekly student recitals.


MUS - 1200 GROUP GUITAR FOR THE NON-MAJOR
[3 hours] Basic guitar skills: note reading, chords, accompaniment, variety of musical styles. Includes rhythmic and aural training, theory and ensemble playing. Students must provide acoustic guitars. May be repeated for credit.


MUS - 1250 GROUP PIANO FOR THE NON-MAJOR I
[2 hours] Classical and popular literature in a variety of styles and period will be explored. May be repeated for credit. Students may take P/NC.


MUS - 1260 GROUP PIANO FOR THE NON-MAJOR II
[2 hours] Continuation of MUS 1250. Classical and popular literature in a variety of styles and period will be explored. May be repeated for credit. Students may take P/NC. Prerequisite: MUS 1250 or Consent of instructor


MUS - 1280 GROUP VOICE FOR THE NON-MAJOR
[3 hours] Develops basic vocal techniques with attention to the principles of voice production, vowel formation, breathing, articulation and flexibility. May be repeated for credit. Open to all students regardless of major. Students may take P/NC.


MUS - 1500 STRING CLASS
[2 hours] Introduce future instrumental music educators to the principles, concepts, and difficulties typical of the string instruments. There is an emphasis on learning through performance on each instrument. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technlogy.


MUS - 1530 BRASS CLASS
[2 hours] Introduce future instrumental music educators to the principles, concepts, and difficulties typical of the brass instruments. There is an emphasis on learning through performance on each instrument. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technlogy.


MUS - 1550 WOODWINDS CLASS

[2hours] Introduce future instrumental music educators to the principles, concepts, and difficulties typical of the woodwind instruments. There is an emphasis on learning through performance on each instrument. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technlogy.


MUS - 1570 PIANO CLASS FOR MUSIC MAJORS I
[1 hour] Provides instruction in keyboard skills required for the various degree programs. Progressive sequence of courses stressing technique, repertoire, sight reading, harmonization, improvisation and transposition. Includes keyboard technology. May only be taken as P/NC.


MUS - 1580 PIANO CLASS FOR MUSIC MAJORS II
[1 hour] Provides instruction in keyboard skills required for the various degree programs. Progressive sequence of courses stressing technique, repertoire, sight reading, harmonization, transposition. Includes keyboard technology. May only be taken as P/NC. Prerequisite: MUS 1570 or consent of instructor


MUS - 1610 MUSIC THEORY AND EAR TRAINING I
[4 hours] Dictation, ear training, and sight singing skills in rhythm, melody and harmony. Basic theoretical skills include key signatures, clefs, notation of scales, chords and rhythm patterns. Includes computer technology. Prerequisite: Music major or instructor permission. Corequisite: Minor or class piano instruction until the degree piano requirement is met.


MUS - 1620 MUSIC THEORY AND EAR TRAINING II
[4 hours] Continuation of 1610. Emphasis on melody dictation and sight singing. Additional skills harmonizations, figured bass and study of basic forms. Includes computer technology. Prerequisite: MUS 1610 Corequisite: Minor in piano instruction until the degree piano requirement is met.


MUS - 1800 APPLIED MUSIC
[1 - 4 hours] 1, 2 or 4 hours. Fundamentals of technique and tone production, basic musicianship, and sight-reading skills. Musical grade I-II. A student in this level may, at the instructor's discretion, appear in public performance. May be repeated for credit with the permission of the instructor. Corequisite: Large ensemble


MUS - 2010 UNIVERSITY BAND
[1 - 2 hours] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2020 JAZZ BAND
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2030 BRASS CHOIR
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2040 UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2050 CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students upon sufficient demand and with the permission of the instructor. The study and performance of chamber music literature. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor
:12 Brass Quintet
:13 Small Brass Ensemble
:23 Clarinet Choir
:24 Woodwind Quintet
:26 Small Woodwind
:31 String Quintet
:32 Small String Ensembles
:36 Guitar Ensemble
:41 Chamber Music with Piano
:42 Chamber Music with Organ
:43 Piano Ensembles
:44 Accompanying
:71 Mixed Chamber Music Ensembles
:81 Percussion Ensemble
:91 Collegium Musicum


MUS - 2090 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2130 UNIVERSITY CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 2140 CONCERT CHORALE
[1 - 2 hours] A select group of singers. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2150 VARSITY SINGERS
[1 hour] Open to qualified students upon sufficient demand with the permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2160 WOMEN'S CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 2170 MADRIGAL SINGERS
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2180 MEN'S CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 2190 OPERA WORKSHOP
[1 hour] Open to qualified singers upon sufficient demand and with permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 2200 MUSIC THEORY FOR THE NON-MAJOR
[3 hours] Introduction to the fundamentals of music, including notation, key and time signatures, scales, intervals, chords, melodic and formal analysis, and elementary compositional procedures. Students may take P/NC.


MUS - 2210 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
[3 hours] The study of vocal and instrumental music from the standard repertoire primarily through listening. Previous music training is not required, but regular listening is part of the course. Not for major credit. Students may take P/NC.


MUS - 2220 HISTORY OF JAZZ
[3 hours] Course is crosslisted as AFST 2220. A study of the development of jazz styles including listening skills and historical perspectives. Because the major innovations and stylistic interpretations of jazz are a result of African Americans, the course includes a study of how their culture influenced the development of jazz. Not for major credit. Students may take P/NC.


MUS - 2230 THE INNER WORKINGS OF MUSIC
[3 hours] Addresses relationships among music as an art form and its effects on the listener. Also examines the role music plays in our every day lives. No previous music experience required. Not for major credit.


MUS - 2240 HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL
[3 hours] A study of the styles, techniques, and history of rock and roll. Students may take P/NC. Not for major credit.


MUS - 2250 MUSICAL DIVERSITY IN THE UNITED STATES
[3 hours] The cultures of various ethnic groups (Native Americans, African-American, Mennonite, Moravian, Creole and others) are examined, especially as they relate to the development of folk, popular and art music styles in the United States. This course includes listening. Students may take P/NC. Not for major credit.


MUS - 2260 ELECTRONIC MUSIC
[2 hours] Introduction to electronic music for non-majors. Electronic music as a part of music history. Techniques, literature, scientific advances, instrumental development. Hands-on learning using studio instruments, composition, and recording.


MUS - 2270 RECORDING TECHNIQUES
[2 hours] Examination of contemporary recording technology for live recording and studio applications. Emphasis on microphone placement, signal processing devices and multitrack mixdown techniques. Not for major credit.


MUS - 2410 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE I: WORLD MUSIC AND JAZZ
[3 hours] A study of music from various world cultures and jazz. A special emphasis in placed on developing listening skills. Prerequisite: Music major or minor, or instructor permission


MUS - 2420 CULTURES AND MUSIC OF NON-WESTERN STYLES
[3 hours] This course examines the following world cultures and their musicIndonesian, Chinese, Middle eastern, North African, South African, West African, and Balkan Countries. Student may take P/NC.


MUS - 2500 PERCUSSION CLASS
[1 hour] Percussion instruction for the prospective school music teacher stressing playing techniques, methods and materials. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technology.


MUS - 2510* INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES AND METHODS FOR CHORAL/GENERAL MUSIC METHODS
[3 hours] Introduce future choral/general music educators to an overview of the methods, principles, concepts and difficulties typical of the string, bass, woodwind and percussion instruments. There is an emphasis on learning through performance on each instrument. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technology.
*course is pending final approval


MUS - 2530 DICTION FOR SINGERS I
[1 hour] International Phonetic Alphabet mastery; pronunciation of English, German, Latin, Italian, and French in relation to art song and aria form, emphasis on the sound of the language. Meets two hours per week.


MUS - 2540 DICTION FOR SINGERS II
[1 hour] Continuation of Music 2530. IPA; pronunciation of German and English in relation to art song and aria form; emphasis on sound of the language. Meets two hours per week.


MUS - 2550 VOICE CLASS FOR MUSIC MAJORS
[1 hour] For instrumental and keyboard majors. Develops basic vocal techniques with attention to the principles of voice production, vowel formation, breathing, articulation and flexibility. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: MUS 1620


MUS - 2570 PIANO CLASS FOR MUSIC MAJORS III
[1 hour] Provides instruction in keyboard skills required for the various degree programs. Progressive sequence of courses stressing technique, repertoire, sight reading, harmonization, improvisation and transposition. Includes keyboard technology. May only be taken as P/NC. Prerequisite: MUS 1580 or Consent of the instructor


MUS - 2580 PIANO CLASS FOR MUSIC MAJORS IV
[1 hour] Provides instruction in keyboard skills required for the various degree programs. Progressive sequence stressing technique, repertoire, sight reading, harmonization, improvisation and transposition. Includes keyboard technology. May only be taken as P/NC. Prerequisite: MUS 2570 or Consent of instructor.


MUS - 2610 MUSIC THEORY AND EAR TRAINING III
[4 hours] Continuation of 1620. Students develop proficiency in all musical elements through analytical, written and aural studies. Primary materials are the common practice period literature and small formal units. Includes keyboard technology. Prerequisite: MUS 1620 Corequisite: Minor or class piano instruction until the degree piano requirement is met.


MUS - 2620 MUSIC THEORY AND EAR TRAINING IV
[4 hours] Continuation of 2610. Students are introduced to contemporary topics, styles and music through analysis and creative assignments. Dictation and sightsinging studies will also develop topics from MUS 2610. Includes keyboard technology. Prerequisite: MUS 2610


MUS - 2800 APPLIED MUSIC
[1 - 4 hours] 1, 2 or 4 hours. Applied music lessons for freshmen and sophomores. Music at grade III-IV. May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor. Corequisite: Large ensemble


MUS - 2990 SPECIAL PROJECTS
[1 - 3 hours] Designed to meet the needs of individual students who wish to pursue projects in the area of music. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and department chair


MUS - 3010 UNIVERSITY BAND
[1 - 2 hours] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3020 JAZZ BAND
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3030 BRASS CHOIR
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3040 UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3050 CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students upon sufficient demand and with the permission of the instructor. The study and performance of chamber music literature. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor
:12 Brass Quintet
:13 Small Brass Ensemble
:23 Clarinet Choir
:24 Woodwind Quintet
:26 Small Woodwind
:31 String Quintet
:32 Small String Ensembles
:36 Guitar Ensemble
:41 Chamber Music with Piano
:42 Chamber Music with Organ
:43 Piano Ensembles
:44 Accompanying
:71 Mixed Chamber Music Ensembles
:81 Percussion Ensemble
:91 Collegium Musicum


MUS - 3090 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3130 UNIVERSITY CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 3140 CONCERT CHORALE
[1 - 2 hours] A select group of singers. Open only by audition. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3150 VARSITY SINGERS
[1 hour] Open to qualified students upon sufficient demand with the permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3160 WOMEN'S CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 3170 MADRIGAL SINGERS
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3180 MEN'S CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 3190 OPERA WORKSHOP
[1 hour] Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 3260 ADVANCED ELECTRONIC MUSIC
[3 hours] A continuation of the aesthetic and technical aspects of electronically or computer generated music and sound. Emphasis on individual lab work and project presentation. Prerequisite: MUS 2260


MUS - 3410 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE II
[3 hours] A study of the literature, composers, theorists, trends and musical style of Western Music from Plainchant through Early Classic.


MUS - 3420 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE III
[3 hours] An intensive study of the music of the Late Classic period to the present day through the examination of major trends and styles.


MUS - 3450 JAZZ HISTORY AND LITERATURE FOR MUSIC MAJORS
[3 hours] Course is crosslisted as AFST 3450. A study of jazz styles, trends, performers and composers. Prerequisite: MUS 2410, 2420, 3410


MUS - 3500 CONDUCTING
[3 hours] Basic baton techniques and rehearsal routine applicable to both vocal and instrumental conducting. Preparation of scores and opportunity for conducting experience with student groups. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technology. Prerequisite: MUS 1620


MUS - 3510 CHORAL CONDUCTING
[3 hours] Conducting techniques and rehearsal routine especially concerned with choral groups. Opportunities to direct choral groups. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technology. Prerequisite: MUS 3500


MUS - 3520 INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING
[3 hours] Conducting techniques and rehearsal routine especially concerned with instrumental ensembles. Opportunities to direct student instrumental groups. Includes lab ensemble and video recording technology. Prerequisite: MUS 3500


MUS - 3530 MARCHING BAND TECHNIQUES
[2 hours] The organization and training of marching bands in secondary schools. Problems of planning and charting football shows for band of different sizes. Opportunity for practical laboratory experience. Includes computer technology and both music writing and marching band software. Prerequisite: Music major; MUS 1620


MUS - 3540 JAZZ SYNTHESIS
[1 hour] Instruction in the art of improvisation in the jazz style. A study of jazz harmony, melodic construction, keyboard voicings and practice materials. Lab instruction in combo performance techniques and repertoire. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: MUS 2620 or jazz performance experience.


MUS - 3550 TEACHING OF SINGING
[2 hours] Intended for the potential teacher. A study of the techniques necessary to develop the singing voice and a study of materials available for class and private voice instruction. Prerequisite: MUS 2620 and vocal major or consent of instructor


MUS - 3570 GUITAR PEDAGOGY
[2 hours] Comprehensive study of techniques and materials for private and group guitar instruction. Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor


MUS - 3580 FUNCTIONAL PIANO TECHNIQUES
[2 hours] Designed for keyboard majors to develop functional skills in harmonization, improvisation, transposition, sight reading, score reading, etc. Successful completion of the course fulfill the piano requirement for student teaching and certification. Prerequisite: Junior Standing in music or Consent of instructor.


MUS - 3590 PIANO PEDAGOGY
[2 hours] Exploration of techniques and materials for comprehensive, private and group instruction. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor


MUS - 3610 FORM AND ANALYSIS
[3 hours] The study of musical structures: the theme, the motive, the phrase and analysis of homophonic and polyphonic forms and procedures. Prerequisite: MUS 2620 Corequisite: Minor or class piano instruction until the degree piano requirement is met.


MUS - 3630 INSTRUMENTATION
[3 hours] A study of wind, percussion and string instrumentation; scoring for small ensembles, band, and orchestra. Opportunities for performances of student scores by university organizations. Includes computer technology. Prerequisite: MUS 2620


MUS - 3650 JAZZ THEORY AND ARRANGING
[3 hours] Scoring for contemporary jazz ensembles. A study of jazz theory, voicing for various groups, the jazz rhythm section and standard jazz notations. Opportunities for performance of study scores. Prerequisite: MUS 2620 and jazz performance experience


MUS - 3800 APPLIED MUSIC
[1 - 4 hours] 1, 2 or 4 hours. Begin preparation for the final recital for graduation. Music at grade V-VI. May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor. Corequisite: Large ensemble


MUS - 4410 INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC LITERATURE
[3 hours] Course will examine the development of the orchestral and chamber repertoire, from their origins to the present day. Prerequisite: MUS 2410, 2420, or consent of instructor


MUS - 4420 VOCAL MUSIC LITERATURE
[3 hours] A study of the vocal literature of western music, including art song, choral and operatic work. Prerequisite: MUS 2410, 2420


MUS - 4450 KEYBOARD LITERATURE
[3 hours] A survey of piano or organ/harpsichord literature from earliest publications to the present. Emphasis on a particular period or genre at the discretion of the instructor. Prerequisite: MUS 2410, 2420, 3420, or consent of instructor


MUS - 4460 GUITAR HISTORY AND LITERATURE
[3 hours] The history and literature of the guitar, including a study of the Renaissance and Baroque lute, vihuela and Baroque guitar, 19th and 20th century instruments. Prerequisite: consent of instructor


MUS - 4620 COUNTERPOINT: INTRODUCTION
[3 hours] Study of counterpoint in all species, primarily in 18th century style. Development of motive with invertible counterpoint, canon, and analysis and composition of inventions and fugues. Prerequisite: MUS 2620


MUS - 4640 COUNTERPOINT: 20TH CENTURY
[3 hours] A study of contrapuntal techniques practiced in the 20th century through analysis and creative assignments Prerequisite: MUS 4620


MUS - 4690 SEMINAR IN MUSIC COMPOSITION
[2 hours] May be repeated, but maximum accumulated credit is six hours toward graduation. Beginning composition including writing in the smaller musical forms. Opportunity for performance of original student compositions. Prerequisite: MUS 2620


MUS - 4800 APPLIED MUSIC
[1 - 4 hours] 1, 2 or 4 hours. Applied music lessons for juniors and seniors. May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Audition. Corequisite: Large ensemble


MUS - 4980 SEMINAR: SPECIAL TOPICS
[1 - 3 hours] Critical inquiry into specific topics through lectures, class seminar reports and discussion. Seminar topics announced in semester schedule of classes. Prerequisite: consent of instructor


MUS - 4990 SPECIAL PROJECTS
[1 - 3 hours] Designed to meet the needs of individual students who wish to pursue projects in the area of music. Prerequisite: consent of instructor and department chairperson


MUS - 5010 UNIVERSITY BAND
[1 - 2 hours] Students will perform a wide variety of band literature. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5020 JAZZ BAND
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5030 BRASS CHOIR
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5040 UNIVERSITY WIND ENSEMBLE
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5050 CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students upon sufficient demand and with the permission of the instructor. The study and performance of chamber music literature. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
:12 Brass Quintet
:13 Small Brass Ensemble
:23 Clarinet Choir
:24 Woodwind Quintet
:26 Small Woodwind
:31 String Quintet
:32 Small String Ensembles
:36 Guitar Ensemble
:41 Chamber Music with Piano
:42 Chamber Music with Organ
:43 Piano Ensembles
:44 Accompanying
:71 Mixed Chamber Music Ensembles
:81 Percussion Ensemble
:91 Collegium Musicum


MUS - 5090 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5130 UNIVERSITY CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 5140 CONCERT CHORALE
[1 - 2 hours] A select group of singers. Open only by audition. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5150 VARSITY SINGERS
[1 hour] Open to qualified students upon sufficient demand with the permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Audition


MUS - 5160 WOMEN'S CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 5170 MADRIGAL SINGERS
[1 hour] Open to a limited number of qualified students. Prerequisite: audition


MUS - 5180 MEN'S CHORUS
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: No audition necessary.


MUS - 5190 OPERA WORKSHOP
[1 hour] Open to any qualified student. Prerequisite: audition


MUS - 5410 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE: WORLD MUSIC
[3 hours] Explores the function and styles of music in various cultures.


MUS - 5440 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE: SPECIAL TOPICS
[3 hours] The area of study will be announced at the time the course is offered.


MUS - 5490 MUSIC HISTORY AND LITERATURE: THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
[3 hours] An intensive study of the literature, composers, theorists, trends and musical styles during the 20th century. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor


MUS - 5510 CHORAL CONDUCTING
[3 hours] Conducting techniques and rehearsal routine, especially concerned with choral groups. Opportunities to direct student choral groups. Prerequisite: MUS 3500


MUS - 5520 INSTRUMENTAL CONDUCTING
[3 hours] Conducting techniques and rehearsal routine especially concerned with instrumental ensembles. Opportunities to direct student instrumental groups. Prerequisite: MUS 3500


MUS - 5590 PIANO PEDAGOGY
[3 hours] Exploration of techniques and materials for comprehensive, private and group instruction. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor


MUS - 5610 ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES
[3 hours] Application of various analytical theories of music to selected works from different style periods to further the understanding of musical forms and works. Prerequisite: Graduate standing; MUS 2620


MUS - 5630 COUNTERPOINT: COMPARISON OF STYLES
[3 hours] A study of 16th, 18th, and 20th century polyphony. Analysis of selected works and composition exercises will be the basis for comparing and contrasting these three styles. Prerequisite: MUS 4620


MUS - 5650 SEMINAR IN ADVANCED COUNTERPOINT
[3 hours] Detailed study of various contrapuntal procedures as employed from the Middle Ages through the present. Composers and their works are studied by analysis and original creative assignments. Prerequisite: MUS 5630


MUS - 5800 APPLIED MUSIC
[1 - 2 hours] 1, 2, or 4 hours. Methods and literature of the highest levels (6,7,8). Preparation for professional-level performance. May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor. Intended for music education majors. Prerequisite: Audition at level, permission of instructor


MUS - 5900 GRADUATE STUDIES IN MUSIC
[3 hours] The study of sources and bibliographical materials in music. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor


MUS - 6650 SEMINAR IN MUSIC ARRANGING
[3 hours] Examination and analysis of scores of varied composers and styles; creative assignments in orchestration exploring traditional and contemporary textures and timbres. Prerequisite: MUS 3640


MUS - 6690 SEMINAR IN MUSIC COMPOSITION
[2 hours] May be repeated, but maximum accumulated credit is six hours. Beginning composition, including writing in the smaller musical forms, to advanced compositions for large. Prerequisite: Graduate standing


MUS - 6800 APPLIED MUSIC
[2 - 5 hours] Study of methods and literature of the highest levels (7,8). Preparation for professional-level performance. May be repeated for credit with permission of the instructor. Prerequisite: Audition at level; permission of instructor


MUS - 6980 SEMINAR: SPECIAL TOPICS
[1 - 3 hours] Selected subjects in music in areas of special interest to the advanced master's degree student. The seminar topic will be announced in the quarter schedule of classes. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor


MUS - 6990 INDEPENDENT STUDY
[1 - 3 hours] Designed to meet the needs of individual students who wish to pursue projects in the area of music. Prerequisite: Permission of the graduate committee of the Department of Music

Last Updated: 1/3/12