Nov 27, 2021  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Music: Applied Music

  
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    MUS 102 - Organ (1 to 2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 103 - Voice (1 to 2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 104 - String Instruments (Violin, Guitar, Cello, Bass) (1 to 2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 105 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Saxophone) (1 to 2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 106 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Euphonium, Tuba) (1 to 2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 111 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 112 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 121 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 122 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 131 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 132 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 141 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 142 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 151 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 152 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 161 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 162 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 211 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 212 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 221 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 222 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 231 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 232 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 241 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 242 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 251 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 252 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 261 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 262 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 311 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 312 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 321 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 322 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 331 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 332 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 341 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 342 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 351 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 352 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 361 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 362 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 411 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 412 - Piano (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 421 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 422 - Organ (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 431 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 432 - Voice (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 441 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 442 - String Instruments (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 451 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 452 - Woodwind Instruments (Flute, Clarinet) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 461 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )
  
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    MUS 462 - Brass Instruments (Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) (2 credits)


    (Coreq: MUS 100 )

Music Commercial/Jazz

  
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    MCJ 310 - Careers in Music (2 credits)


    A course open to all musicians who are considering a career in the music business. Course surveys many of the professional, performance, and educational options, as well as offers an overview of music publishing, copyright law, and the recording industry. F.
  
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    MCJ 381 - Improvisation and Jazz/Pop Theory (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MUS 116  and MUS 118 ) A course open to all musicians interested in improvising in a jazz or popular music context. Course includes an introduction to jazz/pop chord symbols, modes, chord-scale relationships, rhythmic styles, and basic repertoire associated with the jazz performance tradition. Additional components include voice-leading, transcription and analysis, self-transcription and analysis, formal structures, and repertoire building (a tune list). F.
  
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    MCJ 382 - Commercial Performance Styles (2 credits)


    (Prereq: Successfully pass the Sophomore Barrier) A course open to all students interested in a career in commercial music. Course focuses on performing various commercial styles required of the contemporary ‘gigging’ musician in an historical context and building a repertoire of style specific songs. S.
  
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    MCJ 385 - Improvisation and Jazz/Pop Theory II (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MCJ 381 , MUS 116 , and MUS 118 ) A course open to all musicians interested in continuing studies in improvising in a jazz or popular music context. Course includes study in jazz/pop harmony and forms, voice-leading, modal theory, advanced improvisational approaches, and intermediate/advanced repertoire associated with the jazz performance tradition. S.
  
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    MCJ 391 - Recording Technology I (3 credits)


    This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of audio recording, including traditional analog techniques as well as digital hard-disk recording. Topics covered will be: (1) DAW (digital audio workstation) function; (2) microphone placement; (3) mixing principles: (4) production concepts; (5) project workflow; and (6) implementation of basic MIDI principles utilizing hardware and software (virtual instruments). S.
  
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    MCJ 392 - Recording Technology II (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MCJ 391  or permission of the instructor after evaluation) A continuation of MCJ 391 . Advanced DAW (digital audio workstation) operation, emphasizing keyboard shortcuts, with emphasis on a more comprehensive study of production workflow, including multi-track recording and mixing. A comprehensive view of professional recording will be provided by (1) location/mobile recording projects (individual and group); (2) field trips to local studios; and (3) guest lecturers. F, odd years.
  
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    MCJ 421 - Contemporary Jazz/Commercial Arranging (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MUS 216  and MUS 218 ) A course open to all students interested in arranging for small jazz and commercial ensembles. This includes study in instrumental and technical information, melodic and harmonic development, musical density, ensemble combinations, and arranging styles. Preparation of arrangements for studio use and live performance is also included. S.

Music Education

  
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    MUED 101 - Introduction to Music Education (1 credit)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) This course is designed to serve freshman music education majors by providing students with an overview of the field of music education. Students can assess their career choice and structure their own professional development plan by taking this course at the beginning of the music education sequence. Includes an introduction to teaching techniques for music at all levels (K-12) through observations of school music programs. F.
  
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    MUED 165 - Class Voice I (2 credits)


    (Prereq: Permission of the instructor. Elementary course in singing in which both group and individual techniques are employed. Emphasis on the study of voice production and principles of singing. Two class meetings per week. MUED 165 F., MUED 166  S.
  
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    MUED 166 - Class Voice II (2 credits)


    (Prereq: MUED 165  or permission of the instructor) Elementary course in singing in which both group and individual techniques are employed. Emphasis on the study of voice production and principles of singing. Two class meetings per week. MUED 165  F., MUED 166 S.
  
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    MUED 200 - Mid-Program Review (0 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) (Prereq: MUS 216 , MUS 218 , MUS 273 , MUS 333 , 4 semesters of applied lessons, and 4 semesters of ensembles) (Coreq: concurrent enrollment in MUED 292 ) Diagnostic and advisory review of student work, skills, and dispositions upon completion of 60 semester credit hours. This benchmark assessment tool assesses student progress in music performance (primary instrument and ensembles) and keyboard, aural, and sight-reading skills prior to entering upper division courses in the teacher preparation track. Pass/Fail grading only. S.
  
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    MUED 237 - Choral Techniques for Instrumentalists (2 credits)


    (Prereq: MUS 216  and MUS 218 ) Rehearsal techniques, repertoire, and administration of secondary (middle and high school) choral programs. Includes mixed concert choirs, male and female choirs, and techniques for show/jazz choir. Field work is required. Two contact hours. F.
  
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    MUED 245 - Brass and Wind Techniques for Vocalists (2 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) This course is designed for undergraduate music majors in the teacher preparation track who are vocal majors to prepare them for teaching secondary students in the instrumental classroom. They will study and practice instrumental rehearsal techniques and strategies, lesson planning, evaluative procedures, and standard instrumental repertoire. S.
  
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    MUED 292 - Fundamentals of String Instruments (1 credit)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) The primary objective of this class is to give students who will eventually be teaching string players a general working knowledge of the string family of instruments. Students will have hands-on experience playing each of the instruments and will be presented with concise information regarding every facet of string playing. At the completion of this course, students should be able to perform competently at the beginner level on each of the string instruments and will possess a strong working knowledge of the technical aspects of playing. Ultimately, the goal of the course is to provide the knowledge necessary to enable the student to be an effective educator for his or her string students. S.
  
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    MUED 313 - Music Literature for Grades Pre-K to 5 (3 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) (Prereq: MUS 216  and MUS 218 ) This course examines child development characteristics and developmentally appropriate music literature for teaching music to children in Grades Pre-Kindergarten through 5. Students are engaged in collecting, analyzing, classifying, and performing vocal repertoire - including non-English language songs - and listening examples appropriate for children ages 4 through 10. Special emphases are ethnically diverse songs and listening examples as well as developmentally appropriate ways of performing and teaching literature examined. F.
  
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    MUED 321 - Music Methods for Grades Pre-K to 2 (3 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) This course examines contemporary music pedagogy for children ages Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 2. Students are engaged in the study and artistic application of developmentally appropriate goals, objectives, content and skills, repertoire, strategies, materials, and methods in a music literacy-based spiral curriculum. Learning styles, lesson plan designs, classroom management, and national and state music education standards relevant to Grades Pre-K to 2 music curricula are also examined. Students learn to play the soprano recorder and lap dulcimer. S.
  
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    MUED 353 - Secondary General Music Methods (3 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) (Prereq: MUED 292 ) Examines the philosophy, techniques, and materials needed to teach a required general music course in middle and high school settings. The course emphasizes teaching skill development, musical characteristics, needs of early adolescents, & young adults, performance-based assessment, technology, classroom management, continued portfolio development, and field experiences at the upper two development levels. F.
  
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    MUED 354 - Music for Young Children (3 credits)


    Emphasis on such topics as the place of music in the education of young children, free and dramatic interpretation of music, listening and rhythmic activity, and rhythm instruments. Designed for students in early childhood and elementary education. F, S.
  
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    MUED 391 - Fundamentals of Brass Instruments (1 credit)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) The primary objective of this class is to give students who will be teaching brass players a general working knowledge of the brass family of instruments. Students will have hands-on experience playing each of the brass instruments and will be presented with concise information regarding every facet of brass playing. At the completion of this course, students will perform competently at the beginner level on each of the brass instruments and will possess a strong working knowledge of the technical aspects of playing. Ultimately, the goal of the course is to provide the knowledge necessary to enable the student to be an effective educator for his or her brass students. F.
  
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    MUED 392 - Fundamentals of Woodwind Instruments (1 credit)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) The primary objective of this class is to give students who will be teaching flute and single reed instruments a general working knowledge of the woodwind family of instruments. Students will have hands-on experience playing each of the woodwind instruments and will be presented with concise information regarding every facet of woodwind playing. At the completion of this course, students will perform competently at the beginner level on each of the woodwind instruments and will possess a strong working knowledge of the technical aspects of playing. S.
  
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    MUED 421 - Music Methods Grades 3 to 5 (3 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) (Prereq: MUED 321 ) This course examines contemporary music pedagogy for children in Grades 3 to 5. Students are engaged in the study and artistic application of developmentally appropriate goals, objectives, content and skills, repertoire, strategies, materials, and methods in a music literacy-based spiral curriculum. Learning styles, lesson plan designs, classroom management, and national and state music education standards relevant to Grades 3 to 5 music curricula are also examined. F.
  
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    MUED 437 - Secondary Choral Methods (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MUS 216  and MUS 218 ) Rehearsal techniques, repertoire, and administration of junior and senior high school choral groups. Includes mixed concert choirs, male and female choirs, and techniques for show/jazz choir. Field work is required. F.
  
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    MUED 443 - Beginning Instrumental Music Methods (3 credits)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) (Prereq: MUED 292 , MUED 391 , MUED 392 , and MUED 491 ) Examines issues related to the teaching of instrumental music. Special emphasis on program goals and curriculum development, instructional planning, and materials and techniques designed for teaching musical concepts in a performance class. This course will also acquaint the student with effective ways to develop, organize and maintain a successful instrumental program, based on a comprehensive instrumental music education model. F.
  
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    MUED 469A - Applied Choral Literature (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MUS 333 ) This course is a comprehensive study of choral literature from all periods of western music history. There is an applied focus on repertoire appropriate for use in public school settings for beginning to advanced choirs of different ages and voicings, incorporating representative composers, compositional styles, programming, and score study and preparation. F, S.
  
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    MUED 469B - Applied Wind Band Literature (3 credits)


    (Prereq: MUS 333 ) This course is a comprehensive study of wind band literature with emphasis on historically significant works from the earliest beginnings to the present. There is an applied focus on graded works for beginning band to advanced repertoire, incorporating representative composers, compositional styles, programming, and score study and preparation. F, S.
  
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    MUED 491 - Fundamentals of Percussion Instruments (1 credit)


    (Restricted to music majors in the teacher preparation concentration) The primary objective of this class is to give students who will eventually be teaching percussion players a general working knowledge of the percussion family of instruments. Students will have hands-on experience playing both pitched and non-pitched percussion instruments. At the completion of this course, students will be able to perform competently at the beginner level on mallet, auxiliary, and snare drum percussion instruments and will possess a strong working knowledge of the technical aspects of playing. Ultimately, the goal of the course is to provide the knowledge necessary to enable the student to be an effective educator for his or her percussion students. F.

New Media and Digital Culture

  
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    NMDC 231 - Film, New Media and Culture (3 credits)


    (=ENGL 231 ) (=DCD 231 ) (Prereq: ENGL 101 ) An introductory survey of the history, theory, and practice of new media that promotes the development of a critical interdisciplinary framework for approaching New Media studies. The texts and tools for the course build upon critical conversation sin literature, art, history, film and media studies to analyze what is “new” about new media and how they compare with, transform, and remediate earlier media practices. The course promotes a hands-on, active engagement with digital technologies and texts as a means for analysis and critique of new media innovations in contemporary academic research.
  
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    NMDC 331 - Critical Approaches to New Media (3 credits)


    (Prereq: NMDC 231  or ENGL 231 ) This course introduces students to the criticism and theory defining the field of New Media studies. The class will explore some of the major historical, cultural, sociopolitical, and critical trends in this field.
  
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    NMDC 431 - New Media and Literature (3 credits)


    (=ENGL 431 ) (Prereq: ENGL 101  and ENGL 102 , or ENGL 211  and one other 200 level ENGL course) This class will explore the future (and past) of literature in the digital age. We will begin with some historical examples of hypertext, (that is, in its original meaning, text that goes “beyond” or “above” the limitations of the written word) from Heracliltus, Dante, early modern broadsides, Blake, and Woolf. The second part of the class will be dedicated to encounters with the literature and criticism of New Media. We will conclude with some pre-professional preparation designed to make English majors aware of the changing textual landscape of their discipline.

Nursing

  
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    NUR 201 - Integrative Health Practices Across Cultures (3 credits)


    This course does not require admission to the nursing major. Integrative health care is a synthesis or blend of conventional care with alternative and complementary healing therapies. This course is designed to introduce the student to an integrative healthcare approach, integrating allopathic healthcare with complementary and alternative modalities. Students will examine their own health beliefs/practices and compare healing practices and the consequences of health related choices. The background and current status of integrative healthcare, as well as health policy, legal, regulatory, and ethical issues will be explored. Medical terminology sufficient to communicate will be included. Commonly used alternative and complementary healing therapies, their uses, expected outcomes, and potential untoward effects that may be analyzed include acupressure, aromatherapy, herbal preparations, homeopathic remedies, imagery, music, nutritional supplements, reflexology, and therapeutic touch. F, S.
  
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    NUR 301 - Transition to Professional Nursing (3 credits)


    (Prereq: admission to the BSN Completion Program) Overview of the historical aspects of professional nursing with emphasis on the development of nursing theories, nursing research, legal, ethical principles and their impact on current nursing practice. The role of communication and teaching/learning in nursing practice will be emphasized. Designed to develop the critical reading, thinking and writing skills necessary for a successful university-level study.
  
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    NUR 305 - Health Assessment (3 credits)


    (Prereq: admission to the BSN Completion Program) (Coreq: NUR 305L ) Provides the knowledge to perform a comprehensive health assessment on adults and on overview of health assessment of special age groups. Emphasis is on identification of normal and abnormal findings with consideration for cultural and ethnic variations and developmental changes across the life span. Designed to develop critical thinking skills necessary to analyze assessment findings and apply to professional nursing practice.
  
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    NUR 305L Q - Health Assessment Laboratory (2 credits)


    (Prereq: admission to the BSN Completion Program) (Coreq: NUR 305 ) Provides the student with the opportunity to practice the concepts and skills used when conducting a comprehensive health assessment including a health history, systems review and a complete physical exam. F, S.
  
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    NUR 398 - Special Topics in Nursing (3 credits)


    This course is designed as a seminar that will focus on a specialty area of professional nursing practice. Examples may be: Multicultural Nursing, Oncology Nursing, Gerontology Nursing, Cardiopulmonary Nursing, and Hospice Nursing. This course may be repeated for credit under different topics. F, S.
  
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    NUR 399 - Independent Study in Nursing (1 to 6 credits)


    Students may select a special topic in nursing or a special area of practice in nursing that they wish to learn more about. The Faculty member most qualified will direct the independent study with the individual student. The student and the faculty member will jointly write the course objectives and the student learning outcomes for the course. A plan of study will be developed jointly and the method of evaluation will be determined by the faculty. Independent studies may be repeated as the topic changes. F, S, Su.
  
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    NUR 401 - Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care (3 credits)


    This course is designed to introduce the students to transcultural nursing in health care today. Different cultural health and healing practices will be explored. Students will examine their own cultural health practices and compare these healing practices to other culture groups. Students will examine various ways in which transcultural nursing facilitates nurses’ knowledge and skill in communicating with and caring for people from diverse cultures. This course may be repeated. F, S.
  
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    NUR 408 - Primary Nursing Across the Life Span (3 credits)


    (Prereq: NUR 301 , NUR 305 , and NUR 305L ) Introduces major concepts and theories applied to nursing care of groups, families and communities. Growth and development stages throughout the life span provide the framework for this course with emphasis placed on normal development as well as specific health issues and disease complications common to each stage.
  
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    NUR 410 - Community Health Nursing (3 credits)


    (Prereq: NUR 301 , NUR 305 , and NUR 305L ) (Coreq: NUR 410P ) Provides the student with the knowledge and skills to apply health promotion, prevention of disease complications, environmental and epidemiological concepts and teaching/ learning principles in working with populations in the community. Emphasis is placed on establishing community partnerships, community assessment strategies and implementation of nursing care programs in the community.
  
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    NUR 410P Q - Community Health Nursing Practicum (2 credits)


    (Coreq: NUR 410 ) Provide the student with the opportunity to observe nurses practicing in roles outside the hospital: such as home health nurses, school nurses, community health nurses, hospice nurses or parish nurses. Students will assess, plan and implement a health promotion or disease complication prevention program for a selected aggregate. F, S.
  
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    NUR 420 - Nursing Leadership and Management (3 credits)


    (Prereq: NUR 301 , NUR 305 , and NUR 305L ) (Coreq: NUR 420P ) This course introduces concepts in leadership, management and fellowship as they relate to the role of professional nursing in the sociopolitical health care environment. Cost containment and cost effective financial management of human, and material resources is emphasized. Group dynamics, change process, crisis management and the role of quality improvement in professional nursing leadership will be included in this course.
  
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    NUR 420P Q - Nursing Leadership and Management Practicum (2 credits)


    (Prereq: NUR 301 , NUR 305 , and NUR 305L ) (Coreq: NUR 420 ) Provide the student with the opportunity to observe nurses practicing in management roles in various health care agencies. Students will get practice experiences in managing costs and budgets, scheduling, quality improvement, and conflict management.
  
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    NUR 424 - Nursing Research (3 credits)


    (Prereq: STAT 201 /STAT 201L ) Provides the student with an overview of the research methods commonly used in nursing research. Ethical/legal issues in health care research are discussed. Emphasis is on evaluating current nursing research for application to evidence-based nursing practice.
  
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    NUR 430 - Health Care Systems Policies and Policy (3 credits)


    (Prereq: admission to the BSN Completion Program) This course focuses on health policy and issues that affect consumers of health care and nursing practice. The organization of the U.S. health care system and the policy making process are explored and the legal, political, economic, social and environmental influences are analyzed. Designed to encourage the students to take an active role as a professional nurse in the political process and policy development process that defines health care in the U.S.

PGA Golf Management Program

  
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    PGA 101 - PGA/Golf Management Q-Level, Seminar I (1 credit)


    (Prereq: Acceptance into the PGA Golf Management Program) This course introduces the concepts of golf management for the future member of the PGA of America. In-depth discussion of specific core information of the PGA of America’s PGA Golf Management Program, History, Constitution, and the Rules of Golf. F.
  
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    PGA 102 - PGA/Golf Management Level 1, Seminar II (3 credits)


    (Prereq: Acceptance into the PGA Golf Management Program) The second in a series of seminars and classes supporting the required learning objectives of the PGA of America’s PGA Golf Management Program. This is Facility Management 1 that will discuss: Business Planning, Customer Relations, Golf Car Fleet Management, Tournament Operations, and the Rules of Golf. These discussions of principles will prepare students for the work experience activities required during Co-Op internships. S.
  
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    PGA 180 - Internship in Golf Management I (0 credits)


    (Prereq: Acceptance into the PGA Golf Management Program) Three month full-time Co-Op work experience meeting the eligible employment guidelines outlined in the PGA of America’s Constitution. Pass/Fail grading only. Su.
  
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    PGA 201 - PGA/Golf Management Level 1, Seminar III (3 credits)


    (Prereq: Acceptance into the PGA Golf Management Program and successful completion of PGA 102 ) The third in a series of seminars and classes supporting the required learning objectives of the PGA of America’s PGA Golf Management Program. This is Teaching and Player Development I that will discuss: Introduction to teaching the game of golf, grow of the game programs, and golf club performance and specifications. These discussions of principles will prepare students for the work experience activities required during Co-Op internships. F.
 

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