May 24, 2018  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

CUE Courses

   •  COM 490 - CUE: Digital Media Design Lab
   •  COM 965 - CUE: Communication Practicum

Music

   •  MUS 101 - Introduction to Music
   •  MUS 102 - Fundamentals of Music
   •  MUS 111 - Music Theory I
   •  MUS 112 - Music Theory II
   •  MUS 140 - Introduction to Electroacoustic Music
   •  MUS 211 - Music Theory III
   •  MUS 215 - Women in Music
   •  MUS 217 - American Music
   •  MUS 219 - Opera
   •  MUS 221 - Music History I: Medieval to 1750
   •  MUS 222 - Music History II: 1750 to the Present
   •  MUS 223 - Jazz Theory & Improvisation
   •  MUS 229 - World Music
   •  MUS 235 - History of Jazz
   •  MUS 237 - Pop, Rock, & Soul
   •  MUS 240 - Computer & Algorithmic Music
   •  MUS 242 - Perception of Music
   •  MUS 313 - Form & Analysis
   •  MUS 317 - Counterpoint
   •  MUS 331 - The English Ayre
   •  MUS 335 - Techniques of the Avant Garde
   •  MUS 340, 341, 440, 441 - Composition Workshops
   •  MUS 350 - Orchestration
   •  MUS 450 - CUE: Senior Seminar
   •  MUS 960 - Music Internship
   •  MUS 970 - Music Independent Study/Research

Applied Music

Study in voice, piano, organ, and the various string, brass, woodwind, and percussion instruments.  Departmental permission is required for enrollment.  Depending on the instructor, students take either thirteen 45-minute lessons or ten 60-minute lessons per semester.  A minimum of five hours individual practice time per week is expected from each student.  Attendance at recitals, concerts, and/or studio classes may be required.  An additional fee is charged for this instruction which is not refundable after the drop deadline.  Applied Music may not be taken on a pass/fail basis and may only be taken as an audit when it constitutes an overload and when it does not constitute the initial semester of a student’s applied music study; permission from both the instructor and department chair is required in this exceptional case.  Two semesters of Applied Music may be used to complete the general academic requirement in the Arts (AR).

   •  MUS 900 - Class Applied Music
   •  MUS 901 - Individual Applied Music - First Area
   •  MUS 911 - Individual Applied Music - Additional Area
   •  MUS 920 - Techniques Course
   •  MUS 931 - Applied Music - Senior Recital I
   •  MUS 932 - Applied Music - Senior Recital II

Performing Ensembles

Ensembles are offered only as zero course unit experiences graded on a satisfactory (S) or unsatisfactory (U) basis.

   •  MUS 935 - College Choir
   •  MUS 936 - Chamber Singers
   •  MUS 937 - Women's Ensemble
   •  MUS 938 - Opera Workshop
   •  MUS 939 - Collegium Musicum
   •  MUS 940 - Chamber Orchestra
   •  MUS 941 - Musica da Camera
   •  MUS 942 - Wind Ensemble
   •  MUS 943 - Jazz Big Band
   •  MUS 944 - Jazz Improvisation Ensemble
   •  MUS 950 - Small Ensembles

Neuroscience

   •  NSC 115 - Drugs & Drug Abuse
   •  NSC 201 - Mind & Brain
   •  NSC 301, 302 - States of Consciousness
   •  NSC 304 - Receptors & Channels
   •  NSC 306 - Neuroprosthetics
   •  NSC 310 - Brain & Behavior
   •  NSC 311 - Neurons & Networks
   •  NSC 401 - CUE: Advanced Seminar in Neuroscience
   •  NSC 970 - Neuroscience Independent Study/Research

Physical Education

   •  PED 050 - Principles of Fitness & Wellness

Philosophy Introductory Courses

   •  PHL 104 - Philosophy East & West
   •  PHL 105 - Conduct & Character
   •  PHL 106 - Individual & Society
   •  PHL 108 - Being & Knowing

Logic

   •  PHL 110 - Principles of Reasoning & Argument
   •  PHL 211 - Formal Logic

History of Philosophy

   •  PHL 221 - Ancient Philosophy
   •  PHL 223 - Modern Philosophy
   •  PHL 226 - American Philosophy

Contemporary Areas and Movements

   •  PHL 229 - Phenomenology
   •  PHL 233, 234 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHL 236 - Philosophy & the Arts
   •  PHL 237 - Philosophy of Science
   •  PHL 327, 337 - Philosophy of Language
   •  PHL 328, 338 - Philosophy of Mind
   •  PHL 331, 336 - Epistemology
   •  PHL 332 - Metaphysics

Asian Philosophies

   •  PHL 250 - Philosophies of India
   •  PHL 251 - Philosophies of China
   •  PHL 351 - Daoist Philosophies

Ethics and Social Theory

   •  PHL 227 - Philosophy of Feminism
   •  PHL 239 - Political Philosophy
   •  PHL 241 - Biomedical Ethics
   •  PHL 242 - Law & Morality
   •  PHL 244, 245 - Business Ethics
   •  PHL 246 - Environmental Philosophy
   •  PHL 249 - Neuroethics
   •  PHL 333, 334 - Ethics

CUE Seminar

   •  PHL 500-549 - CUE: Seminar

Individualized Instruction

   •  PHL 960 - Philosophy Internship
   •  PHL 970 - Philosophy Independent Study/Research

Physics

   •  PHY 100-110 - Physics for Life
   •  PHY 101 - Circuits, Science, & the World
   •  PHY 102 - Theory to Tech
   •  PHY 103 - Heat, Buoyancy, & Climate Change
   •  PHY 104 - Light, Color, & Electric Circuits
   •  PHY 111 - Introduction to Astronomy
   •  PHY 113 - Cosmology: The Scientific Exploration of the Universe
   •  PHY 121 - General Physics I
   •  PHY 122 - General Physics II
   •  PHY 140 - The Physics of Music
   •  PHY 213 - Modern Physics
   •  PHY 216 - Analog & Digital Circuits
   •  PHY 226 - Optics: From Lenses to Lasers
   •  PHY 235 - Nuclear & Particle Physics
 

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