Feb 01, 2023  
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Political Science

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Private Applied Study

Private applied study (MPA) is provided in voice, piano, organ, guitar, orchestral and band instruments. In addition to classical study in these areas, study is provided in commercial styles when appropriate. The fee for a one-credit 25-minute lesson is $150, the fee for a two-credit 25-minute lesson is $225, and the fee for a 50-minute lesson is $300 in addition to the course tuition.            

The applied course identification is indicated by a four-number system. 

The numerical sequence identifies the following:

  • 1st number - level of study in the applied area
    • 2: lower level
    • 4: upper level
  • 2nd number - hours of credit awarded
    • (1,2 hours credit = 25-minute lesson week)
    • (3,4 hours credit = 50-minute lesson week)

 

  • Last two numbers - area of study (odd numbers are classical applied study, even numbers are commercial applied study)
    • 01/02 - Voice
    • 03/04 - Piano
    • 05/06 - Organ
    • 07/08 - Keyboard (special)
    • 09/10 - Guitar
    • 11/12 - Guitar (special)
    • 13/14 - Violin
    • 15/16 - Viola
    • 17/18 - Cello
    • 19/20 - String Bass
    • 21/22 - Electric Bass
    • 23/24 - Harp
    • 25/26 - String (special)
    • 27/28 - Flute
    • 29/30 - Oboe
    • 31/32 - Clarinet
    • 33/34 - Bassoon
    • 35/36 - Saxophone
    • 37/38 - Woodwinds (special)
    • 39/40 - Trumpet
    • 41/42 - Horn
    • 43/44 - Euphonium
    • 45/46 - Trombone
    • 47/48 - Tuba
    • 49/50 - Brass (special)
    • 51/52 - Percussion
    • 53/54 - Percussion (special)
    • 55/56 - Composition
    • 57/58 - Conducting
    • 59/60 - Special

Example: MPA 2101 is Lower level, one credit, Classical Voice

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Psychology

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Public Health

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