2022-2023 Academic Catalog (under review) 
    
    Jul 06, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog (under review)

Course Descriptions


 

Music

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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).

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Performing Ensembles

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

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Neuroscience

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Personal and Professional Development

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Philosophy Introductory Courses

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Logic

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History of Philosophy

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Contemporary Areas and Movements

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Global Philosophies

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Ethics and Social Theory

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CUE Seminar

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Individualized Instruction

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Physics

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Political Economy and Public Policy

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Political Science

Courses in political science are numbered as follows:

100 - 199 Introductory courses open to all students; required for the major.
200 - 299 Intermediate courses normally open to students beyond the first semester of college.
300 - 499 Advanced courses with previous course work in political science normally required; usually require a significant research project or sustained high-impact experience (e.g., simulations, service learning, etc.).

Political Science courses are grouped into six thematic areas:

  • Policy Studies
  • States, Conflict, and Culture
  • Problems in Democracy
  • Institutions and Processes
  • (In)Equality, Justice, and Power
  • Citizenship and Political Engagement

 

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