MUSIC (MUS)

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

MUS 100 Music Fundamentals I: Notation 2(2-0)
An overview of the basic elements and principles of music notation and their application to performance. (F)

MUS 101 Music Performance Symposium I (0, 1 VAR)
Level one course in observation and critique of solo and small ensemble performances; also includes lectures, clinics, demonstrations, and performance preparation. Report required for credit. (S/U grading) (F,S)

MUS 102 Concert Choir I 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the choral ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level I). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 103 Music and Computer Technology I 1(1-0)
Introduction to the use of computer technology in music, including digital audio, MIDI, composing, sequencing, performing, and printing, utilizing various software applications. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 105 Music Fundamentals II: Foundations 2(2-0)
A study of the basic principles of music theory relating to musical composition. Prepares students for success in the Music Theory sequence. (F,S)

MUS 108 Vocal Jazz Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Level one secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal jazz ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 109 Vocal Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Level one secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 112 Wind Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the wind band. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level I). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 113 Vocal Techniques and Diction 1(0-2)
Instruction in the fundamentals of singing from a pedagogical approach. Additional basic instruction in foreign language pronunciation. Primarily intended for students in Music Education. (F)

MUS 114 Brass Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Level one music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of brass instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 118 Music Appreciation 3(3-0)
Significant musical compositions, composers and historical eras; analysis and description of music forms and terms; includes women composers and multi-cultural issues. (*)

MUS 120 History of Jazz 3(3-0)
Study of historical trends and developments in jazz, including significant performers, styles, composers, and compositions. (*)

MUS 121 Chamber Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Level one secondary ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of string instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 124 Percussion Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Level one ensemble specializing in rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of percussion instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 127 Functional Piano I: Beginning 1(0-2)
For students with no piano experience. Introduces fundamentals, with emphasis on providing skills necessary for successful completion of the Proficiency Exam. May be repeated. (F,S)

MUS 130 Guitar Class 1(0-2)
Basic instruction in guitar technique in a group setting. Application of both melodic and chordal (rhythmic) media. Primarily for the non-music major/minor. (*)

MUS 132 Guitar Ensemble, Classical I 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level I). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 134 Woodwind Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Level one ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of woodwind instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 136 Guitar Ensemble, Jazz I 1(0-2.5)
Level one rehearsal, study and public performance of selected appropriate non-classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 142 Piano Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate piano ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level I). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 144 String Orchestra I 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the string orchestra. Additional rehearsals and activities are required. (Level I). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 150 Music Theory I 3(3-0)
Introduction to diatonic harmony and part-writing, including basic musical form, structure and analysis. Based on 18th century “common practice”, includes analysis of appropriate representative literature. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 100 and 105 recommended (or satisfactory completion of theory placement examination). Corequisite: MUS 151. (F)

MUS 151 Aural Skills 1(0-2)
Development of basic aural skills, including diatonic harmony, interval recognition, singing at sight, error detection, and rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic discriminatory listening. Corequisite: MUS 150. (F,S)

MUS 152 Jazz Improvisation I 2(2-0)
Introduction to theory and techniques of improvisation in various styles of jazz. Includes developing familiarity with various representative jazz artists. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F)

MUS 154 Jazz Ensemble I 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the jazz ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level I). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 160-179 Applied, non major 1(0-.5)
Applied music study in various performance areas for the non-music major. One half-hour lesson per week; time to be arranged with the instructor. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)—(160-Violin) (161-Viola) (162-Cello) (163-Bass) (164-Flute) (165-Oboe) (166-Bassoon) (167-Clarinet) (168-Saxophone) (169-Voice) (170-Trumpet) (171-French Horn) (172-Trombone) (173-Euphonium) (174-Tuba) (175-Percussion) (176-Piano) (177-Organ) (178-Classical Guitar) (179-non-Classical Guitar).

MUS 201 Music Performance Symposium II (0, 1 VAR)
Level two course in observation and critique of solo and small ensemble performances; also includes lectures, clinics, demonstrations, and performance preparation. Report required for credit. (S/U grading) (F,S)

MUS 202 Concert Choir II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the choral ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level II). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 203 Electronic Music 2(1-2)
In-depth study of and experiences with a variety of electronic music hardware and software. Includes sound recording and engineering practices. (*)

MUS 208 Vocal Jazz Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Level two secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal jazz ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 209 Vocal Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Level two secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 210 Music Theory II 3(3-0)
Continuation of MUS 150. Includes four-part diatonic writing, diatonic modulation, and analysis of appropriate representative literature. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 150. Corequisite: MUS 211. (S)

MUS 211 Aural Skills II 1(0-2)
Continuation of MUS 151. Continued development of aural skills, including diatonic harmony, interval recognition, singing at sight, error detection, and rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic discriminatory listening. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 151. Corequisite: MUS 210. (S)

MUS 212 Wind Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the wind band. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level II). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 214 Brass Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Level two music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of brass instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 221 Chamber Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Level two secondary ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of string instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 223 Percussion Techniques 1(0-2)
Instruction in the fundamentals of percussion instruments from a pedagogical approach, enabling students to effectively teach beginners. Primarily intended for students in Music Education. (S/O)

MUS 224 Percussion Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Level two ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of percussion instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 227 Func. Piano II: Int/Proficiency 1(0-2)
Continuation of MUS 127. Emphasis on providing further skills necessary for successful completion of the Proficiency Exam. May be repeated. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 127. (F,S)

MUS 232 Guitar Ensemble, Classical II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level II). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 233 Woodwind Techniques 1(0-2)
Instruction in the fundamentals of woodwind instruments from a pedagogical approach, enabling students to effectively teach beginners. Primarily intended for students in Music Education. (S/E)

MUS 234 Woodwind Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Level two ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of woodwind instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 236 Guitar Ensemble, Jazz II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate non-classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level II). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 242 Piano Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate piano ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level II). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 243 String Techniques 1(0-2)
Instruction in the fundamentals of stringed instruments from a pedagogical approach, enabling students to effectively teach beginners. Primarily intended for students in Music Education. (S/O)

MUS 244 String Orchestra II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the string orchestra. Additional rehearsals and activities are required. (Level II). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 250 Music Theory III 3(3-0)
A continuation of MUS 210. Applications of chromatic and altered harmonies of the Romantic, post-Romantic and pre-modern compositions within functional harmonic idioms. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 150 and 210. Corequisite: MUS 251. (F)

MUS 251 Aural Skills III 1(0-2)
Continuation of MUS 211. Continued development of aural skills, including non-diatonic harmony, interval recognition, singing at sight, error detection, and rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic discriminatory listening. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 211. Corequisite: MUS 250. (F)

MUS 252 Jazz Improvisation II 2(2-0)
Continuation of instruction in theory and techniques of improvisation in various styles of jazz. Includes developing familiarity with various representative jazz artists. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 152 or permission of instructor. (S)

MUS 253 Brass Techniques 1(0-2)
Instruction in the fundamentals of brass instruments from a pedagogical approach, enabling students to effectively teach beginners. Primarily intended for students in Music Education. (F/E)

MUS 254 Jazz Ensemble II 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the jazz ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level II) (F,S)

MUS 260-279 Applied Music, Major 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Freshman and Sophomore music major (may be repeated at Sophomore level). Prerequisites: declared music major, permission of instructor. (F,S)—(260-Violin) (261-Viola) (262-Cello) (263-Bass) (264-Flute) (265-Oboe) (266-Bassoon) (267-Clarinet) (268-Saxophone) (269-Voice) (270-Trumpet) (271-French Horn) (272-Trombone) (273-Euphonium) (274-Tuba) (275-Percussion) (276-Piano) (277-Organ) (278-Classical Guitar) (279-non-Classical Guitar).

MUS 291 Special Topics (1-3 VAR) (*)

MUS 301 Music Performance Symposium III (0, 1 VAR)
Level three course in observation and critique of solo and small ensemble performances; also includes lectures, clinics, demonstrations, and performance preparation. Report required for credit. (S/U grading) (F,S)

MUS 302 Concert Choir III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the choral ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 303 Music and Computer Technology II 1(0-2)
Continued study in the use of computer technology in music, including digital audio, MIDI, composing, sequencing, performing, and printing, utilizing various software applications. Prerequisite: MUS 103. (F,S)

MUS 305 Music History I 3(3-0)
An in-depth study of music history and representative literature from Antiquity to the Classical period. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 118, 150, 210. (S/E)

MUS 308 Vocal Jazz Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Level three secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal jazz ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 309 Vocal Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Level three secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 310 Music Theory IV 3(3-0)
A continuation of MUS 250. A harmonic study of the emergence of 20th century compositional techniques from chromatic functional harmonic schemes. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 250. Corequisite: MUS 311. (S)

MUS 311 Aural Skills IV 1(0-2)
Continuation of MUS 251. Continued development of aural skills, including chromatic harmony, interval recognition, singing at sight, error detection, and rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic discriminatory listening. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 251. Corequisite: MUS 310. (S)

MUS 312 Wind Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the wind band. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 314 Brass Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Level three music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of brass instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 321 Chamber Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Level three secondary ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of string instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 323 Diction for Singers 3(3-0)
A course in reading pronunciation of Italian, French, German, Latin, and Spanish for singers. Utilizes the International Phonetic Alphabet. Primarily for vocal music students. (F/O)

MUS 324 Percussion Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Level three ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of percussion instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 332 Guitar Ensemble, Classical III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 334 Woodwind Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Level three ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of woodwind instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 336 Guitar Ensemble, Jazz III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate non-classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 340 Elementary Music Methods 3(3-0)
Comprehensive study in materials, techniques, methods, and problem-solving techniques for the teacher of elementary music in the public schools. Prerequisite: admission to Teacher Education Program. (F/O)

MUS 342 Piano Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate piano ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 344 String Orchestra III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the string orchestra. Additional rehearsals and activities are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 346 Piano Literature 2(2-0)
Survey of piano literature from the 18th-century to the present. (*)

MUS 347 Piano Pedagogy 2(2-0)
Introduction to the practices in teaching private and class piano. (*)

MUS 350 Theory V-Composition and Analysis 3(3-0)
Analysis and application of compositional techniques in music from all style periods, including form, harmony, and style. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 310. (*)

MUS 354 Jazz Ensemble III 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the jazz ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level III). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 355 Music History II 3(3-0)
An in-depth study of music history and representative literature from the Classical period to the present. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 305. (S/E)

MUS 357 Orchestration and Arranging 3(3-0)
Instruction and application in techniques of scoring music for various combinations of musical mediums. Includes scoring for strings, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, and voices. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 150, 151, 210, 211, 250, 251, 310, 311. (S/O)

MUS 358 Basic Conducting 2(2-0)
Instruction in the conducting of music, with an emphasis on building basic skills and techniques. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 150, 151, 210, 211, 250, 251, 310, 311, 357. (F)

MUS 359 Advanced Conducting 2(0-1)
Continuing instruction in the conducting of music in the student’s choice of emphasis areas. Individualized instruction in the form of one private lesson per week. Prerequisite: successful completion of MUS 358. (F,S)

MUS 360-379 Applied Music, Major 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Junior music major. Prerequisites: admission to upper-class status; declared music major, permission of instructor. (F,S)—(360-Violin) (361-Viola) (362-Cello) (363-Bass) (364-Flute) (365-Oboe) (366-Bassoon) (367-Clarinet) (368-Saxophone) (369-Voice) (370-Trumpet) (371-French Horn) (372-Trombone) (373-Euphonium) (374-Tuba) (375-Percussion) (376-Piano) (377-Organ) (378-Classical Guitar) (379-non-Classical Guitar).

MUS 380-399 Junior Recital 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Junior music major, leading to the performance of a solo or joint recital (see Music Student Handbook). Prerequisites: admission to upper-class status; faculty approval; permission of instructor. (F,S)—(380-Violin) (381-Viola) (382-Cello) (383-Bass) (384-Flute) (385-Oboe) (386-Bassoon) (387-Clarinet) (388-Saxophone) (389-Voice) (390-Trumpet) (391-French Horn) (392-Trombone) (393 Euphonium) (394-Tuba) (395-Percussion) (396-Piano) (397-Organ) (398-Classical Guitar) (399-non-Classical Guitar).

MUS 401 Music Performance Symposium IV (0, 1 VAR)
Level four course in observation and critique of solo and small ensemble performances; also includes lectures, clinics, demonstrations, and performance preparation. Report required for credit. (S/U grading) (F,S)

MUS 402 Concert Choir IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the choral ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 408 Vocal Jazz Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Level four secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal jazz ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 409 Vocal Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Level four secondary music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and public performance of appropriate vocal ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 412 Wind Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the wind band. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 414 Brass Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Level four music ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of brass instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisites: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 420 Counterpoint 3(3-0)
A re-creative course in 16th-, 18th-, or 20th-century contrapuntal styles. Composing music in two, three and four voices as appropriate to the particular period. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 150, 210, 250, 310. (*)

MUS 421 Chamber Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Level four secondary ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of string instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 424 Percussion Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Level four ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of percussion instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 432 Guitar Ensemble, Classical IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 434 Woodwind Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Level four ensemble specializing in the rehearsal, study, and performance of appropriate literature for combinations of woodwind instruments. Additional rehearsals and performance activities required. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 436 Guitar Ensemble, Jazz IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate non-classical guitar literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 440 Secondary Music Methods 3(3-0)
Comprehensive study in materials, techniques, methods, and problem-solving techniques for the teacher of choral/instrumental music in the public schools. Prerequisites: successful completion of MUS 113, 223, 233, 243, 253, admission to Teacher Education Program. (S/O)

MUS 442 Piano Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate piano ensemble literature. Additional rehearsals and performance activities are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 444 String Orchestra IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the string orchestra. Additional rehearsals and activities are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 445-449 Applied Music, Major 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Senior music major. Prerequisites: admission to upper-class status; declared music major, permission of instructor. (F,S)—(445-Violin) (446-Viola) (447-Cello) (448-Bass) (449-Flute).

MUS 454 Jazz Ensemble IV 1(0-2.5)
Rehearsal, study, and public performance of selected appropriate literature for the jazz ensemble. Additional rehearsals and performances are required. (Level IV). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S)

MUS 455-459 Applied Music, Major 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Senior music major. Prerequisites: admission to upper-class status; declared music major, permission of instructor. (F,S)—(455-Oboe) (456-Bassoon) (457-Clarinet) (458-Saxophone) (459-Voice).

MUS 460-469 Applied Music, Major 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Senior music major. Prerequisites: admission to upper-class status; declared music major, permission of instructor. (F,S)—(460-Trumpet) (461-French Horn) (462-Trombone) (463-Euphonium) (464-Tuba) (465-Percussion) (466-Piano) (467-Organ) (468-Classical Guitar) (469-non-Classical Guitar).

MUS 470-489 Senior Recital 2(0-1)
In-depth applied study in various performance areas for the Senior music major, leading to the performance of a solo or joint recital (see Music Student Handbook). Prerequisites: admission to upper-class status; faculty approval; permission of instructor. (F,S)—(470-Violin) (471-Viola) (472-Cello) (473-Bass) (474-Flute) (475-Oboe) (476-Bassoon) (477-Clarinet) (478-Saxophone) (479-Voice) (480-Trumpet) (481-French Horn) (482-Trombone) (483-Euphonium) (484-Tuba) (485-Percussions) (486-Piano) (487-Organ) (488-Classical Guitar) (489-non-Classical Guitar).

MUS 491 Special Topics (VAR 1-4)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (F,S,SS)

MUS 495 Independent Study (1-4 VAR) (*)

GRADUATE COURSES

MUS 501 Special Methods in Music Ed 3(3-0)
In-depth study of techniques and materials for teaching music in the elementary and middle school. Involvement in research and practical application of approved methods. Prerequisite: graduate standing. (*)

MUS 591 Special Topics (1-3 VAR)
Prerequisite: graduate standing. (*)

MUS 593 Seminar (1-3 VAR)
Practical application of current music techniques to secondary teaching. Prerequisite: graduate standing. (*)