MU366 Tonal Counterpoint (2)
A study of and practice in the materials and methods of polyphonic harmony. Primary stress is placed on the practices
of the 18th century.
MU354 Introduction to Audio Editing, Pro Tools II (3)
The study of sound editing techniques using Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) like Pro Tools as it applies to modern
media: film, television, radio, etc.
MU355 Introduction to Audio Mixing, Pro Tools III (3)
(Pro Tools III) The study of sound mixing techniques using DAWs like Pro Tools as it applies to modern media: film,
television, radio, music, etc.
MU356 Teaching Piano Internship I (1.5)
This course offers students an opportunity to observe a weekly 45-minute group piano class of beginning level students
and to teach a private piano lesson with supervision. Weekly meetings address topics such as lesson planning, promoting
parent/teacher/student relationships, and organizing recitals and other performance opportunities.
MU360/160 Individual Instruction (1-2)
Private lessons in performance (for areas see MU160). One half-hour lesson per week for 1 unit. This 360 course
number applies to students who have completed at least 4 semesters of individual instruction. May be repeated for
All music majors must also register for MU390 Performance Practicum.
MU374 Functional Keyboard Skills (2)
Designed to give the advanced keyboard student greater fluency in the arts of sight-reading, improvisation, and
MU380H Advanced Handbell Ensemble (1)
Open to all students by audition. May be repeated for credit.
MU385 Piano Pedagogy I (2)
An introduction to teaching beginning level piano lessons, including a summary of methods with practical direction on
the administration of a piano studio. This course highlights the observation and discussion of beginning level piano
Prerequisites: MU141A and MU142A.
MU386 Piano Pedagogy II (2)
An introduction to teaching intermediate level piano lessons, including an overview of available materials and an
introduction to leveling repertoire. This course highlights the observation and discussion of intermediate level piano
MU390 Performance Practicum (0)
Weekly or biweekly meetings involving student performances in recital or studio settings. Provides a time for combined
performances (vocalists, pianists, and instrumentalists) and acquaints the student with a breadth of literature beyond
his/her own study. Allows the opportunity for faculty and students to critique performances in a wide variety of efficient
and encouraging ways. Required of all music majors every semester.
MU393 Music History & Literature I (3)
A study of the history and literature of Western music from ancient times through the baroque period.
MU394 Music History & Literature II (3)
A study of the history and literature of Western music from the classical period through the modern period.