- Last Updated: 13 February 2014
MUS 100 (3)
Development of understanding and enjoyment of various musical forms and styles. Including an introduction to musical history. Relates concepts of music style and technique to those of other arts. General Education: Arts and Humanities. Three lecture.
MUS 120 (3)
Introduction to Music Theory
An introduction to the fundamentals of music: reading, notation, rhythm, scales, intervals, triads, sight-singing, and dictation. Three lecture. May be taken for S/U credit.
MUS 130 (3)
Fundamentals of Music
Basic elements of music including study of the staff, clefs, signatures, notes, rhythms, definitions, ear training, sight singing, and dictation. Three lecture.
MUS 145 (3)
Jazz History & Literature
History and development of jazz music from its origin to the present day. General Education: Arts and Humanities. Special Requirements: Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness. Three lecture.
MUS 199 (0.5–6)
Designed to provide workshop courses based on student and faculty interest in pursuing or presenting an original topic. Workshops may be developed to enhance existing curriculum or to give students experience that is not covered by existing curriculum. One-half to six variable credit hours.
MUS 207 (3)
American Popular Music
Develops listening skills and an understanding of how American geography, history, politics, and economics relate to the development of selected musical styles. General Education: Arts and Humanities, Special Requirements: Ethnic/Race/Gender Awareness. Three lecture.
MUS 298 (1–6)
Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s) who has an interest in pursuing an original topic in an instructional area under faculty supervision. One to six variable credit hours.