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MAN-101 Introduction to Business

This is a survey course intended to give students an overview of accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing.

MAN-120 Basics of Business

Students learn to make decisions in a dynamic business environment. Fundamental course concepts include developing a business plan, managing people and operations, and the basics of marketing, finance, and communications.

MAN-201 Business Analytics

In this course students will learn to use various tools to analyze data and make predictions. These tools include probability analysis, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, linear programming and tools for financial analysis.

MAN-301 Organizational Behavior

This course will examine the basic principles of management including planning, organizing, integrating, leading, decision-making, and evaluating performance. Using theories contributed from the behavioral sciences students will examine the behavior of individuals, groups and organizations. Students will learn to analyze problems and develop strategies to deal with organizational growth and change.

MAN-302 Operations & Quality Mgmt

This course will discuss the theoretical and practical foundations for operations management. The course will focus on the production process (including service), quality, and supply chain management. the production process includes the management of equipment and machinery, facilities, materials management, inventory control, scheduling, and lean operations. Quality includes quality control and quality management including six sigma. Supply chain management includes purchasing, vendor

MAN-310 Managing Teams, Comm & Proj.

This cross functional course covers forms of business communication including business letters, reports, proposals, resumes and the employment process. Emphasis is on business writing and speaking that is strong, clear, concise and grammatically correct. Project management techniques that will enhance success in leading and completing projects are also covered. Topics include creating a project charter and plan, working as a project team, executing the project and closing out the project.

MAN-350 Managing in a Global Economy

This cross functional course will build on management principles and apply them to global opportunities using market measurement, competitive analysis, managing distribution, product positioning, ethics and decision-making, forecasting, budgeting, performance evaluation and maintaining control.

MAN-401 Business Strategy and Ethics

This course introduces the critical business skills of planning and managing strategic activities. Case studies are emphasized. Students learn an executive-level perspective on strategy formulation and implementation. Students also explore the divergent viewpoints one might hold in analyzing the ethical issues likely to confront business practitioners. This course is the capstone course in the Business Program. Therefore, students should take this course only during the last semester of their

MAN-410 Managing Talent, Change & Neg.

The role of the human resource management function in organizations will be studied in this cross functional course. The changing nature of work and demographic shifts will be of particular emphasis. The course also will focus on increasing the understanding of the negotiating process and on increasing the skill level for negotiating by focusing on preparation, interest identification, strategies and tactics, listening skills, collaborative negotiations, competitive negotiations, and options

MAN-415 Biblical Christianity

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MAN-435 Applied Ethics

Students examine the issues of accountability in government and business regarding human rights and ethics through readings, classroom discussion and debates. Exploring both ethical theory and personal values, students develop a system for making ethical decisions on their personal, public and work lives.

MAN-450 Managing Finance & Bus. Strat.

This is the capstone course for the major. Students will apply business analytical tools in finance and accounting to real world business scenarios. Students will use popular business software, such as QuickBooks, to gain experience in implementing and managing small business finances. Through case studies and other techniques students will learn how to integrate their knowledge of business disciplines in developing business strategy which will include principles of stewardship and

MAN-460 Managing Teams, Comm & Proj

This course focuses on team building and team leadership utilizing communication, conflict management, and decision making skills. Project management techniques that will enhance success in leading and completing projects are also covered. Students will apply project management knowledge, tools and techniques to an actual team project. Topics include creating a project charter and plan, working as a project team, executing the project and closing out the project. This courses is for seniors

MAN-488 Independent Study

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MAN-498 Internship

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MAR-301 Principles of Marketing

This course provides an introduction to the study of marketing in business and other organizations. Topics that will be addressed in this course include the marketing environment, marketing ethics, information gathering, product development, pricing strategies, distribution strategies, the promotional mix, decision making, nonprofit marketing, social marketing and international marketing. (Prerequisite: junior standing)

MAR-311 Entrepreneurship

This course will explore small business management and entrepreneurship.

MAR-312 Consumer Behavior

This course addresses the theoretical background for understanding consumer behavior. This course will examine the interaction between the environment, consumer's affect and cognition and a consumer's ultimate behavior. Various theories and perspectives on consumer motivation, attitude formation, information processing, and decision-making will be discussed throughout this course. (Prerequisite: MAR301)

MAR-313 Advertising and Promotions

This course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of integrated marketing communications through advertising, promotions, personal selling, public relations and internet marketing. Ethical issues related to these topics will be examined and trends in consumer and business-to-business buyer behaviors will be explored. (Prerequisite: MAR301)

MAR314 MAR314 Entrepreneurship

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MAR-413 Marketing Research

This course will teach some of the fundamental tools needed to analyze the behavior and attitudes of all types of consumers. Students will acquire an overview of scientific methods and the research process. Skills learned will include learning how to identify problems, formulate problem definitions, define research objectives, choose and develop the research design, analyze data, and write up and present a report. Students will be taught several research techniques including survey,

MAR-414 Marketing Strategy

This is the senior marketing capstone course. In the class we will discuss how marketing strategy, tactics, theory and practice are integrated. Students will learn to apply strategic thinking through case analysis and through class facilitation and frequent participation.

MAR-470 Social Media Marketing

In this course, students will explore the latest tools and trends in social media applied to marketing, advertising, and communication. Using case studies from large corporations, small businesses, and non-profits, students will examine current examples and future opportunities of how marketing professionals use social networks, user-generated content, and blogs for shaping marketing activities.

MAR-471 Global Marketing

This course examines the complexities of international marketing. The scope and nature of international and global marketing operations are introduced. The influence of culture on global marketing is explored. The traditional elements of marketing, including price, product, promotion, distribution, and service are examined in the context of international markets. Students are asked to analyze what it takes to introduce a product into a foreign market.

MAR-488 Marketing Independent Study

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MAR-498 Marketing Internship

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MAT-095 Mathematics Workshop

The goal of this course is to strengthen basic math skills in preparation for future math courses. The course begins by reviewing operations with whole numbers, fractions, and signed numbers. The course builds to simplifying algebraic expressions and solving and graphing linear equations.

MAT-100 Intermediate Algebra

This course is not a general education course and should only be taken by students planning to take a course with MAT100 listed as a prerequisite. Topics include systems of linear equations, polynomial, factoring, quadratic equations, functions, inverses, exponentials and logarithms. (Prerequisite: A minimum grade of C- in MAT095 or level 2 placement on the Math Placement Exam)

MAT-101 Contemporary Mathematics

This course was designed to give the liberal arts student an experience in contemporary mathematics with emphasis on its connection to society. The concepts include financial mathematics, statistics, apportionment, voting, graphs and networks. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT095 or level 2 placement on the Math Placement Exam.)

MAT102 MAT102 Introduction to Statistics

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MAT-110 Intro Probability & Statistics Available online

This course will explore fundamental topics from probability and descriptive and inferential statistics and apply these to a range of areas of study including business, social science, and biology. Topics include probability and counting rules, probability distributions, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, chi-square, and analysis-of-variance. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT100 or level 3 placement on the Math Placement Exam.)

MAT-111 Principles Contemporary Math

This course is designed to give the liberal arts student an experience in contemporary mathematics, with emphasis on its connection to society. The concepts include management science, statistics, coding, social choice and decision-making, and geometric shapes and symmetries.

MAT-125 Precalculus

This course emphasizes functions and their applications. It starts with investigating graphs and solutions of the algebraic functions including polynomial, rational, and root functions. The course continues by exploring transcendental functions including exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. The course concludes with a study of conic sections. The course is a good preparation for Calculus and for those students who will encounter functions in their course of study.

MAT-135 Calculus I

This course explores the concepts of limit and continuity, investigates techniques of differentiation and its applications, introduces integration, and provides the framework for the Fundamental Theorem. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT125 or level 4 placement on the Math Placement Exam.)

MAT-145 Calculus II

This course is a continuation of MAT135. Topics covered include techniques of integration, an introduction to differential equations, sequences and series and applications of these concepts. Other topics include parametric equations, polar equations, and conic sections. Students will be introduced to a computer algebra system. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT135 or equivalent)

MAT-150 Practical App of Mathematics

Practical applications are the focus in this �real life� math class. Examples of topics covered include calculating retirement income, budgeting, determining interest on loans, the real cost of consumer debt, and everyday use of statistics.

MAT15X MAT15X Math for Everyday Living

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MAT-200 Found of Elem Math

This course gives students the mathematical foundation necessary to teach K-6 mathematics and to prepare for the Minnesota Teaching Licensure Basic Skills Exam. Topics include basic algebra, set theory, probability, statistics, geometry, and problem-solving techniques. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT100 or level 3 placement on the Math Placement Exam.)

MAT211 MAT211 Calculus I

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MAT212 MAT212 Calculus II

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MAT-220 Discrete Mathematics

This course serves as an introduction to formal proofs and is prerequisite for several upper level math courses. Additional topics covered include logic, set theory, function and relations. (Prerequisite: C- or better in MAT135 or consent of instructor)

MAT221 MAT221 Discrete Mathematics

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MAT-230 Probability and Statistics

This is an introductory probability and statistics course designed primarily for math and science students with a Calculus background. Topics covered include descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression, and analysis of variance. (Prerequisite: MAT135)

MAT231 MAT231 Probability & Statistics

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MAT-255 Calculus III

This course is a continuation of MAT145. Topics covered include analytic geometry in three-dimensional space, vector calculus, partial differentiation, multiple integration, the Fundamental Theorems, and related applications. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT145)

MAT300 MAT300 Quantitative Methods in Busi

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MAT-305 Foundations of Geometry

This course provides a systematic survey of Euclidean, hyperbolic, transformation, and fractal geometries. Through the use of technology, the students are better enabled to construct, analyze, and prove conjectures. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT135)

MAT-310 Linear Algebra

This course introduces algebraic techniques in vector space. Topics include systems of linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, inner products, linear transformations, and the eigenvalue problem. (Prerequisite: MAT145 or consent of instructor)

MAT313 MAT313 Calculus III

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MAT314 MAT314 Lin Algebra & Diff Equations

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MAT320 MAT320 Cryptography

This course will focus on protocols (including public and private key encryption schemes, digital signature, zero knowledge proofs, one way function, and a variety of other techniques) used to encrypt and decrypt information. We will explore the mathematics that determines how safe the data you transmit is and what measures you can take to make your data more secure. Along the way, students will get a basic understanding of Number Theory and Error Correcting Codes. The protocols discussed in

MAT321 MAT321 Number Theory

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MAT-330 Advanced Prob & Stats

This course is a Calculus-based look at Probability and Statistics. Assuming students have been exposed to the basics through an introductory course, this course will build upon that experience. Topics include an in depth investigations of probability, discrete and continuous random variables, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, inference using the normal and binomial distributions, goodness of fit, regression and correlation, and ANOVA. The course will include a statistical software

MAT341 MAT341 Foundations of Geometry

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MAT-365 Differential Equations

The theory, solutions, techniques, and applications of ordinary differential equations will be discussed. A computer algebra system will be utilized to enhance the experience. Topics include first-order equations, higher order linear equations, and some numerical methods.

MAT-375 Diff Equations and Linear Algb

This course is an overview of the concepts of differential equations and linear algebra necessary to solve applied problems. Topics include: Differential equations: separable, first-order linear, higher-order linear, linear systems with constant coefficients. Linear algebra: basis, dimension, matrices, eigenvalues/eigenvectors, and vector spaces. (Prerequisite: Minimum of C- in MAT145)

MAT-450 Abstract Algebra

This course is a rigorous introduction to abstract algebra. Topics include mappings, groups, equivalence relations, isomorphisms, rings, and fields. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT220)

MAT451 MAT451 Abstract Algebra

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MAT-460 Foundations of Analysis

This course is a formal treatment of functions of a real variable. It covers the topology of the real line, sequences and series, and classic results in continuity, differentiation, and integration. (Prerequisite: MAT145 and MAT220)

MAT461 MAT461 Foundations of Analysis

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MAT-478 Mathematics Seminar

Students in this seminar will explore a variety of exciting mathematics problems. The course will be offered every spring but the topic will vary depending on the interests of the faculty member and the students. Students will sharpen their mathematical abilities by exploring an assortment of problem-solving strategies and clearly presenting generalized solutions. The opened-ended course number allows for more than one such experience. (Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in MAT220 or

MAT-488 Independent Study

There are a plethora of topics in mathematics an advanced student could explore such as Difference Equations, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Chaos Theory, Optimization, Operations Research, or Cryptography to name a few. The opened ended course number allows for more than one such experience. The student will work with a faculty mentor to choose an appropriate course, number of credits, and assessment scheme.

MAT-498 Mathematics Internship

An exemplary real-world experience which allows for a deeper understanding of the mathematics used in a student's field of interest.

MAT90 MAT90 Math Preparation Skills

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MAT95 MAT95 Mathematics Workshop

The goal of this course is to strengthen basic math skills in preparation for future math courses. The course begins by reviewing operations with signed numbers, fractions, decimals, and radicals. The course builds to simplifying algebraic expressions and solving and graphing linear equations.

MAT99 MAT99 Developmental Algebra

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MBA-500 Org Leadership and Dev Available online

This course introduces leadership in dynamic, changing organizations where customers change, technologies shift, and work processes evolve. In this course students will examine how leaders develop themselves and others and create alignment as an organization changes to meet the needs of the future

MBA-505 Global Economics Available online

The course will apply economic theory to develop a framework to analyze and predict trade, exchange rate, environmental, health, labor and other policies. Strategies will encompass the interaction of American and global economic institutions and policy making entities such as the United States Trade Representative, Congress, Federal Reserve, WTO, and the European Union.

MBA-510 Managerial Res Meth & Design Available online

This course examines the various research methodologies used in organizational settings. It provides an overview of quantitative and qualitative methodologies including research design, data collection and analysis, interviewing, case studies, and action science. The philosophy, ethics, and politics of management research are introduced. Students will critique published research, write a literature review, and design research studies.

MBA-515 Applied Business Ethics Available online

This course will review and analyze popular models of ethical decision making. Readings, case studies, and special presenters will provide opportunities to investigate current ethical issues facing leaders and managers in business and organizational settings as well as critically apply various ethical theories and decision-making frameworks. Literature relative to Christian vocation, applied ethics, and value-centered leadership will be explored. Student papers and presentations will

MBA-520 Integrated Marketing Comm Available online

This course will develop marketing strategy and executing diverse communication tactics critical to all enterprises. Consistency in both processes and messages is important. Students will analyze business scenarios and determine strategic objectives, target markets and messages, as well as demonstrate to use and how to apply multiple marketing tactics.

MBA-525 Strategic HR Management Available online

This course looks at human resources management from an operating manager's perspective and focuses on the key role strategic human resource management plays in the development and execution of organizational strategy. Emphasis will be placed on the cultural, behavioral, and the legal issues faced by companies as they attempt to compete in an increasingly expanding global economy. Students will work collaboratively to analyze and compare the complexities and challenges of doing business

MBA-530 Managerial Finance and Acctg Available online

This course will examine the framework and systems of current accounting and finance principles including preparation of financial statements, accounting cycles and balance sheet classifications. Students will apply these principles along with ethical responsibility and critical thinking skills to management practices of business decision making and strategic planning.

MBA-535 Legal Environment for Managers Available online

This course integrates the treatment of law and management. It helps managers and leaders spot legal issues before they become legal problems and emphasizes developing the legal astuteness to craft solutions that attain core organizational objectives without incurring undue legal risk. Traditional legal concepts are discussed as well as current topics in developing areas of the law. An emphasis on ethical concerns stimulates understanding of how managers must incorporate considerations of

MBA-540 Health Care Bioethics

Many hospitals have ethical boards to help with difficult decision making. This speaks to the increasing complexity of ethical issues which health care professionals face. This course will look at end-of-life issues, resource allocation issues, decision-making issues, access-to-care issues and other major ethical issues facing health care professionals. This course will explore briefly a Christian understanding of the grounds for ethical decision making.

MBA-545 Quality Practices

In order to compete in this new economy, health care entities, particularly hospitals, need to employ quality practices. This course will examine current theory and practices for health care institutions: Six sigma, Lean and other processes and procedures. Students will understand how the quality system interweaves with customer service and happiness.

MBA-555 Health Care Informatics

A call has come from the highest reaches of government for the computerization of all medical records. Information systems and the interlocking of these systems will be a major concern for health care providers in the years to come. Students will learn how to collect, massage, manipulate data in order to make it useful. There is plenty of useless data and information available; the real professional can mine that data and information into golden nuggets of knowledge.

MBA-560 Health Care Strategic Leadrshp

The distribution system for health care is complex and changing rapidly. The strategy process represents an essential opportunity for health care leaders to establish, implement and guide the organizations direction in these turbulent waters of changing distribution systems. MAP is a process in which students summarize, synthesize, and demonstrate knowledge, skills, and competencies as organizational managers and leaders. Students will draw from their MBA course work, career experiences, and

MBA-561 Customer Analysis

This course explores the behavior of consumers and the factors that influence their behavior. Analysis of customer decision-making and how marketing strategy can be used to influence those decisions is examined through various theories, models and techniques that attempt to explain the behavior of the consumer. The framework is a buyer behavior model, in which concepts from psychology, sociology, and economics are applied to individual and organizational purchase decisions. The course will also

MBA-565 Analytics for Bus Intelligence

This course deals with the process of acquiring, analyzing and interpreting primary and secondary marketing data needed for profitable marketing decisions. It considers recent developments in the use of internal and external data needed for marketing decisions. This course is intended to explore data mining techniques with the goals: 1) To provide the key methods of classification, prediction, reduction, and exploration that are at the heart of data mining; 2) To provide business

MBA-570 Marketing Decision Models

This course focuses on the benefits of using analytic and modeling-based approaches to marketing decision-making. It offers an applied approach to develop student�s ability to work on marketing data, and weigh alternate business decision options based on benefits and costs as well as construct models to aid managerial decisions determining business strategy. This course deals with the process of acquiring, analyzing and interpreting primary and secondary marketing data needed for profitable

MBA-575 Marketing Strategy Monetized

This course focuses on the role of business strategy to create profitable customers by delivering superior value. Strategy becomes monetized during the implementation process which is critical to executing on successful consumer capitalism. This course will develop metrics and systems to utilize in the marketing activities to measure customer value and business return on investment. An outcome of this course is the ability to communicate the value of marketing strategies to executive

MBA-580 Bridging IT Bus Gap Glbl Set

Compare technical to non-technical staff in studying ways to build collaborative effectiveness in managing functions and projects. Minimize the barriers to successful intercultural communication by investigating various tools for teamwork in local and global settings. Utilize project case studies and collaborative software tools to practice communicating virtually across diverse settings and maximize teamwork to deliver on business strategy.

MBA-585 Project and Lifecycle Mgmt

Introduce the entire project lifecycle by practicing collaborative development of various project monitoring and reporting tools in a case-study setting: 1) project scope/charter, 2) work breakdown structure, 3) cost-benefit analysis, 4) communication plan, 5) project schedule, 6) risk register, and 7) quality management plan. Transfer learning objectives to the student's own Management Application Portfolio (MAP) by practicing knowledge retention and by applying concepts from the Project

MBA-590 Info Syst Analysis & Comm

Create a systemic understanding of business requirements by interviewing key stakeholders and diagramming to communicate process workflow. Utilize contemporary case studies to compare software and infrastructure development methodologies such as the Systems Development Lifecycle to Agile Methods. Apply learned skills to key decision-making tasks such as in-house development, outsourcing, software testing, and cloud computing. Create a first draft of the initial phases for the student's own

MBA-595 Bus Info Syst Sec, Risk, Qlty

Analyze how information systems are designed to interact with people and carry out business strategy. Design plans to analyze and secure enterprise-wide data and applications in a growing mobile environment. Assess risk and manage quality in working to meet auditing and compliance standards. Topics include business continuity and disaster recovery, virtualization, and the effects of compliance on infrastructure development. Create first drafts of middle and final phases for the student's

MBA-605 Operations & Technology Mgmt Available online

This course will examine value-chain functions such as product-process design, quality management, supply chain management and workforce management in order to understand the resource-based view of strategic advantage for the organization. Students will examine strategic management of operations utilizing to support the value-chain functions of operations management.

MBA-610 Tools for Managerial Decision Available online

This course will focus on how managers think clearly and make effective decisions. Students will examine and apply several models of decision-making. Innovative, critical, emotional and futuristic thinking will be explored. The students will develop their own tools to become effective decision-makers.

MBA615 MBA615 Topics in Organizational Mgmt

This course will provide an overview of contemporary topics related to organization effectiveness. Students will be required to leverage application, theory and research as they develop skills in talent management, organization learning, and strategy formation and implementation. Students will obtain skills in identifying and developing high potential talent for the purpose of competitive advantage.

MBA-616 MBA Int'l Topics in OM

This course will provide an overview of contemporary topics related to organization effectiveness as viewed from an international perspective. Students taking this course will participate in one of the international trips for graduate students sponsored by the College of Business and Organizational Leadership and led by one of the faculty. Based on information gathered from international corporate visits, students will be required to synthesize observation, theory, and research as they

MBA-620 Strategic Leadership

This course introduces students to the principal practices and the theorists of contemporary strategic thinking. Students will understand how leaders have strategically created and affected organizational outcomes. After examining the elements of a strategic planning process, students apply those principles and focus on strategic analysis of their industry and the strategic practices of the organizations in that industry.

MBA-630 Topics in Global Management

This course focuses on the opportunities and threats of the complex environment of international business, with an emphasis on the unique problems involved in managing international operations. Main topics include the relevance of the foreign economic, political, legal, and cultural environment, international market analysis, international human resource management, and import/export transactions.

MBA-700 Strat Ldrshp & Managerial App Available online

This course introduces students to the principal practices and theorists of contemporary strategic thinking. Students will focus on strategic analysis of their industry and the strategic practices of the organizations in that industry. The MAP is a process in which students summarize, synthesize and demonstrate knowledge, skills, and competencies as organizational managers and leaders. Students will draw from their MBA coursework, career experiences and synthesizing activities to build a

MBA-705 Managerial Appl Portfolio

The MAP is a process in which students summarize, synthesize and demonstrate knowledge, skills, and competencies as organizational managers and leaders. Students will draw from their MBA course work, career experiences and synthesizing activities to build a customized professional portfolio.

MEX498 MEX498 Mexico Studies at ITESM

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MIS-301 Technology & Project Mgmt.

This course will focus on two major themes: managing technology in a business environment and tools, concepts and techniques in project management.

MIS311 MIS311 Tech. Strategy- Analysis & Pro

Course content includes: Life cycle for development of an information system application. Standards, tools, and techniques required in analysis of information requirements and in logical information systems design. Processing alternative approaches to systems design. (Prerequisite: MIS301)

MIS312 MIS312 E-Commerce & Entrepreneurship

Course content includes: Service relationships as a conceptual basis. Evolutionary execution strategy based on application of business principles of key functions using proven product development practices. Measurement/evaluation principles/practice. Utilize case studies to demonstrate successful e-commerce initiatives and unsuccessful ones. Traditional firms� planning process to establish e-business operational, sales, and Web-based marketing capabilities. Bundling, aggregation, digital

MIS-401 Computer Systems for Mgmt

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MIS411 MIS411 IT Infrastructure and Telecomm

Course content includes: Technology and infrastructure for developing large-scale information systems. Processes to identify, evaluate, and select appropriate infrastructure components for an information system implementation. Application of systems analysis and design techniques in a class project. Concepts and terminology of electronic communications. Media, signaling, data linking, and networking concepts and protocols. Technology including fiber optics, satellites, and wireless. Business

MIS412 MIS412 Database Mgmt. Syst. for Mgmt.

Course content includes: Use of computer technology and software to represent, manipulate, and manage data. Facilities for ad hoc interactive use and system development. Principles and techniques of logical database design. Introduction to physical representation and storage of data. DBMS tools to manage data and high-level languages to retrieve and manipulate data. (Prerequisite: MIS312)

MIS413 MIS413 Testing- Implementation & Supp

Course content includes: Concepts and terminology related to testing, implementation, and technology support, creating user test cases, hands-on approach to testing new programming code and interconnectivity of software. Review the project management pieces of testing, implementation, and support. (Prerequisites: MIS411, MIS412)

MKC-200 Marketing Business to Business

This course will analyze how to market and sell products or services to organizations in a �business to business� (B2B) marketplace. Discussion will consist of various marketing and sales approaches to achieving sales to businesses, and an in-depth interpretation of the value based proposition. This course will also give you an opportunity to analyze �if� a product/service should be launch, produced, or developed, for a specific marketplace, or if the idea/product/service should be abandoned.

MKC-310 Innovative Marketing

Innovation is essential; that's the rule of business for the new millennium. Students will learn about product development, entrepreneurship, and different types of innovation.

MKC-330 Marketing Research

This course gives students the tools for researching the consumer using qualitative and quantitative methods. Students will have the opportunity to create a marketing research plan for a product.

MKC-340 Promotional Strategy

Promotions consist of advertising, sales promotion, sales, public relations, and direct marketing. These avenues for transmitting one�s message effectively will be examined for usefulness, cost/benefit analysis, and social value. Students will have the opportunity to create their own promotional plans.

MKC-350 Relationship Marketing

An understanding of consumer behavioral patterns is central to the discipline of marketing. In this course, we look at individuals and organizations as consumers.

MKC-360 Electronic Marketing

Amazon.com? Anything.com? Electronic commerce has become a common part of society, and virtually anything can be bought or sold on the internet. This course examines how to strategically market items electronically.

MKC-370 Global Marketing

In the global economy, employees compete with other employees all over the world. Because of this expanded economy it is necessary to understand other parts of the world and how business is implemented. Students create marketing plans to market products to other countries.

MKC-380 Marketing Strategy

This capstone course relates concepts learned in previous marketing certificate courses in an effort to synthesize the information and create a strategic marketing plan.

MKM110 MKM110 Introduction to Mktg Commun

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MKM20X MKM20X New Product Development

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MKM-310 Innovation

Innovation is essential; that's the rule of business for the new millennium. Students will learn about product development, entrepreneurship, and different types of innovation.

MKM-311 Innovation & Complex Systems Available online

This course introduces innovation as an essential for the new rule of business. Students will learn the framework and techniques to systematize innovation allowing them to take advantage of emerging opportunities. They will use the knowledge to understand how innovation affects the way we deploy resources to fulfill customer desires, viewing themselves as agents of innovation within organizations. Within this course of study the student will also examine the underlying dynamics, culture and

MKM-315 Personal Resources:Assess/Appl

Students investigate their own past, strengths, and weaknesses in order to understand how to best create and develop personal strategic plans for their future.

MKM-320 Systems Management

Organizations are unique in and of themselves. Students will examine underlying dynamics, culture, and change within an organizational context.

MKM-321 Marketing Innovation Available online

This course is the foundation of the marketing program. It reviews the concepts and application-oriented framework for marketing decision-making in a dynamic environment. Students explore current and emerging trends within a shifting marketplace and economic landscape. The five P's of marketing - place, price, product, promotion and people - are the center of this module. The course emphasizes environmental scanning, target customers and achieving organizational objectives through the

MKM-325 Business and Personal Ethics

Students explore their personal ethics and develop frameworks for addressing tough ethical decisions in business and in marketing.

MKM-330 Integrated Marketing Comm Available online

This course will focus on developing marketing strategy and executing diverse communication tactics that are critical for business success. The student develops specific targeted communications and campaigns to meet their strategic communication objectives and target markets while integrating elements to gain an appreciation for the promotion mix (personal selling, direct mail, advertising, public relations, electronic and personal selling, etc.) tactics. Students will create their own

MKM-331 Relationship Marketing

This course gives students the tools for researching consumers and markets. Qualitative and quantitative methods are explored. Students will create a marketing research plan for a product.

MKM-335 Marketing Research Available online

This course gives students the tools for researching consumers and markets. Students learn to develop surveys, observation, experiments, and other tools for learning about customer characteristics and requirements. They learn about analytical techniques, data sources, research planning and costs. It requires an understanding of the components of the marketing research process, how to utilize it effectively to obtain relevant information, and how to integrate such information into the marketing

MKM33X MKM33X Marketing Research

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MKM-340 Industry Analysis

Numbers can be intimidating. In this course, financial information is made less daunting and easy to comprehend. Financial reporting, contribution margins, and project financing will be presented.

MKM-341 Applied Accounting & Finance Available online

In this course financial information is made easier to comprehend.  It provides the foundation for basic principles and concepts that will make non-finance managers better equipped for service to the organization.  Students will address financial assessments, budgeting and spending, global and ethical implications of financial decision-making, and financial prioritization for the present adn the future.  This course will provide the framework for the financials of market planning strategy including sales, new product development, return on investment, price and profit while offering the student an understanding of corporate reports and internal control.

MKM-342 Marketing Research Available online

This course gives students the tools for researching consumers and markets. Students learn to develop surveys, observation, experiments, and other tools for learning about customer characteristics and requirements. They learn about analytical techniques, data sources, research planning and costs. It requires an understanding of the components of the marketing research process, how to utilize it effectively to obtain relevant information, and how to integrate such information into the marketing

MKM-345 Promotional Strategies

Promotion consists of advertising, sales promotion, sales, public relations, direct marketing, and more. These avenues for transmitting marketing messages across effectively are examined for usefulness, cost/benefit analysis, and social value. Students will create their promotional plans.

MKM-346 Electronic Marketing

Amazon.com? Anything.com? Electronic commerce is with us more today than ever before. Cars, travel, clothing, and food are being sold through the Internet. This course examines how to market goods and services electronically.

MKM34X MKM34X Promotional Strategy

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MKM-350 Interactive & Mobile Mktg Available online

This course will explore the explosion of Internet marketing options to engage consumers. It is designed as an introduction to the rapidly evolving world of Interactive marketing focusing on the tools of Internet marketing. Students will explore integrating electronic methods into the marketing function. The course includes discussion of the importance of website return on investment and brand building, community development and digital marketing models. Social media strategy and mobile

MKM35X MKM35X Relationship Marketing

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MKM-360 International Marketing Available online

Today the economy is global and it is necessary to understand other world stakeholders and how business is ethically implemented worldwide. This course focuses on contemporary issues marketing across national borders, marketing within foreign countries and collaborating within global markets. Areas of focus include identifying marketing-based international business opportunities within the context of cultural, social, economic and governmental factors that may influence buyer behavior and

MKM36X MKM36X Electronic Marketing

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MKM-401 Strategic Apprch Social Media

This course will teach the fundamentals of using social media and explore how it is changing business communications through integration into marketing, PR, customer service and sales functions.Students will explore the process of developing a social media marketing and communications strategy for a business or organization and creating a strategic plan to chart a course for implementing that strategy. The strategic process will be supported by research and measurement projects using social

MKM-402 Impl Soc. Media Plans & Proces

This course will explore the process of implementing a social media marketing and communications strategy utilizing a range of social media applications and platforms (including mobile). This process will include developing engagement approaches and creating content and social objects to populatechannels for that engagement. Students will learn the fundamentals of building and optimizing a powerful presence in the most widely used social channels (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, blogs, etc.)

MKM-403 Monitor & Meas. Soc. Media Com

This course will explore the process of managing and measuring a social media strategy using a range of (paid and free) social search and measurement tools. This process will include learning more about the role of a Community Manager and understanding the practical applications of launching a social media initiative and integrating social media into an existing company infrastructure. Students will learn the fundamentals of social media monitoring and strategies for online reputation

MKM-410 Industry Analysis

Students will fully investigate the dynamics of an industry of their choice. Students will analyze the structure, competition, success/failure factors, distributive systems, and other industry factors. Marketing professionals perform similar industry analysis as part of their jobs.

MKM-411 Applied Business Ethics Available online

This course is designed to investigate the broad spectrum of personal, business and society ethical issues that managers/leaders encounter. As corporate America struggles to find its social and ethical identity in a business environment that grows increasingly complex, managers are confronted with exceedingly difficult challenges. These challenges include balancing their economic, legal, ethical, and social responsibilities to the variety of stakeholder groups in which they interact. This

MKM-415 Biblical Christianity

The question, What is religious thought? will be explored in the light of American culture. Students wrestle with basic questions of life, such as What is the meaning of life? World religions are discussed from the perspective of a Christian belief system. This course satisfies a general education requirement.

MKM-425 Global Marketing

It is said that contemporary employees compete with other employees worldwide. The economy is global and it is necessary to understand other parts of the world and how business is implemented. Students will create marketing plans to market products to other countries.

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MKM42X MKM42X Global Marketing

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MKM-430 Innovative Marketing

The five Ps of marketing: place, price, product, promotion, and people, are the center of this module. The building blocks of the five Ps, understanding, and researching the customer, are also covered.

MKM-431 Applied Accounting & Finance Available online

In this course financial information is made easier to comprehend. It provides the foundation for basic principles and concepts that will make non-finance managers better equipped for service to the organization. Students will address financial assessment, budgeting and spending, global and ethical implications of financial decision-making, and financial prioritization for the present and the future. This course will provide the framework for the financials of market planning strategy

MKM-435 Marketing Strategy Available online

This capstone course combines everything that has been taught in previous courses. Students analyze graduate-level case studies. Group work is essential.

MKM435X MKM435X Marketing Strategy

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MKM43X MKM43X Marketing Strategy

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MKM-440 Business Plan Available online

Students will create their own business plan for a product of their choice. The goal of this course is to enable the student to become proficient in developing his or her own business plans.

MKM-441 Marketing Strategy Available online

This course combines the overall coursework students have learned throughout their program of study. Students analyze graduate-level case studies for developing and implementing strategies that are distinctive and sustainable. The students will explore market entry and strategy alternatives as well as the integration of marketing strategy within operations, finance, supply chain and corporate culture within a global economy. Collaboration and group work is essential as students determine

MKM-480 Business Plan Available online

This course spans the Marketing Management and Innovation program at Concordia University. It is presented as an independent study where students create their own business plan for a selected company, product, entity, or department approved by their faculty advisor. The goal of this course is to enable the student to become proficient in developing his or her own business plans.

MKM-488 Independent Study

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MKM-498 Internship

The Marketing Internship provides the opportunity to gain knowledge through the experiential activities of organizational life. Joint cooperation with business, government, and non-profit institutions in structuring and monitoring work experience aimed at supplementing the marketing learning process. Opportunities are developed in consultation with the faculty advisor and department chair and require approval of both.

MKT20X MKT20X New Product Development

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MLM-500 Ldrshp, Mgmt, Influen & Change Available online

This course provides an overview of leadership, management, influence, social power dynamics, and change theories and practices, emphasizing application to the challenges and opportunities facing for-profit corporations, nonprofits, and government agencies. Introduces the philosophies and methodological approaches underlying the Master of Arts in Leadership and Management as well as the writing and online research skills students will use in this program.

MLM505 MLM505 Leading Through Innovation

Theory, research and practice of innovation, with an emphasis on increasing student understanding of how effective innovation efforts can be used to help organizations better respond to today�s increasingly complex business and/or nonprofit environments. Students will increase their capacity to research, design, facilitate and lead innovation initiatives in a wide variety of settings.

MLM-510 Applied Moral & Ethical Ldrshp Available online

This course connects morality, ethics, and values with leadership and influence. Students explore and respond to challenging organizational dilemmas while balancing personal integrity and organization goals from the perspective of Christianity and vocational ethics, incorporating these elements into the personal and professional decision-making process.

MLM515 MLM515 Talent Management

This course will look at the importance of taking a leadership role in managing a continuous flow of talent throughout the organization. Students will learn how leaders can positively influence team member effectiveness and obtain applicable concepts and tools for acquiring, developing and (re)allocating talent. Students will explore the importance of developing a talent management mindset and will also be introduced to training and development methods. Finally, they will leverage their

MLM-520 Strategic Organiz Research Available online

This course provides students with the ability to gather, analyze, and synthesize complex credible information about a topic of interest using quantitative and qualitative action research methodologies. Students choose a topic that relates to leadership, management, and/or social power dynamics and properly leverage their influence as they complete an action research project using a strategy to improve an organizational situation. While the emphasis of this course is on applied methods of

MLM-525 Financial Mgmt for Leaders Available online

This course explores the practical aspects of the strategic and operational roles of financial management, accounting, analysis, and an introduction to finance-based decision-making related to working capital and long-term financing and investment. Students will learn the impact of a leader and/or manager�s influence on budgeting, financial performance, and fiscal and ethical responsibility.

MLM530 MLM530 Ldrshp Innovation & Quality

This course explores how quality programs, tools and concepts can strengthen leadership and, where necessary, help to research, design and implement innovative changes. Students will study theories and practices related to quality management and improvement in corporate, nonprofit and government settings. This course will also examine the leadership and change implications of several recent innovations in this area, such as Reengineering, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, and process Improvement.

MLM-532 Project & Quality Management Available online

This course covers the practical aspects of completing tasks while working with, leading, and influencing teams in a project environment for high quality results. Students will learn how to effectively manage projects using software tools that focus on the various related leadership issues, such as monitoring needs compared with current action, team dynamics, planning, execution, problem-solving, closure, and assessment. Discussion may include appropriate quality measures including

MLM535 MLM535 Current Leadership Topics

MLM535 � Current Leadership Topics. This course provides the opportunity for an in-depth, research-based exploration of one or more leadership, management, innovation and/or change topics. Students will work individually and/or in teams to use a modified �Deep Dive� method on a topic of their choice in order to research and then present a deep understanding of their topic (this may include but will not be limited to a description of the topic, its short-, medium- and longer-term implications

MLM540 MLM540 Project Mgmt & Leadership

This course will cover the practical aspects of working with teams in a project environment. Students will learn how to effectively do project management, with a focus on the various related leadership issues, such as researching what needs to be done and then comparing this to what is being done, team dynamics, planning, execution, problem-solving and closure. This course will look at the relationships needed to provide effective project leadership and management in the implementation of new

MLM-542 Strategic Ldrshp & Process Imp Available online

This course examines the leader and manager�s role in influencing the development and implementation of vision, mission, values, and coherent strategic plans. Students will use classical and creative strategies to develop short- and long-term goals that improve operational effectiveness and strategically position an organization for the future. Students will also diagnose their own strategic capabilities and develop a plan for increasing their strengths in this area. Emphasis will be placed on

MLM-545 Legal Issues Today's Leaders Available online

This course explores how the legal environment can influence a leader�s decisions, guiding their actions and helping them avoid legal pitfalls in today�s complex organizations. This understanding will help leaders identify greater opportunities to influence change and innovation. Students will also learn to understand and influence the spirit behind various policies, regulations, laws and guidelines that take leadership beyond simple compliance with governmental regulations.

MLM550 MLM550 Strategic Leadership

This course examines the role of the leader in the development of vision, mission, values and coherent strategic plans. Students will be able to research and then develop short- and long-term goals that improve operational effectiveness and strategically position an organization for the future. Students will also diagnose their own strategic abilities and develop a plan for increasing their strengths in this area

MLM-552 Organizational Culture Mgmt Available online

This course explores how leaders manage the soft, relationship skills of organizational life to leverage their experience and practical research as they successfully influence innovative, disciplined, and well-led organizations. Topics explore strategies to a) assess an organization�s culture and climate; b) develop a continuous flow talent management mindset incorporating Training & Development methods throughout the organization; c) motivate and positively influence team member effectiveness

MLM-555 Ldrshp & Mgmt Res, Synthesis.. Available online

This course offers students the opportunity to leverage their learning from the entire program. They will reflect their learning related to leadership, management, and social influence on topics relevant to their professional organizational setting. Students will also complete significant final steps in their research and present a formal report on their action research project.

MLM-589 Contextual Global Experience Available online

This international travel experience includes preparatory readings, comparative analysis, and reflection on a distinct leadership, management, or social influence topic that bridges learning to application in the organizational setting. (May be substitiuted for MLM 542.

MLM-599 Independent Study:

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MMC-201 Principles of Customer Service

Customer service is neither luck nor accident. Creating excellence in customer service is methodical and organized. In this course students learn how to craft customer service strategies that create loyal customers. Students examine customer service audits, moments of truth, gap analysis, and service recovery agents.

MMC202 MMC202 Advert Agencies:How They Work

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MMC203 MMC203 Ideas:Creative Approach toPD

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MMC204 MMC204 Power Point Presentations

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MMC-205 Strat for Prof Advancement

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MMC-210 Strategies/Job Search Success

When jobs are few and competition is fierce, you have to truly shine - in person and on paper - to get an employer's attention. Learn how to shine by mastering fundamental principles of a successful job hunt: creating a solid resume; writing compelling cover letters and other correspondence; interviewing effectively, developing an effective job search plan focusing on your goals and more!

MMC-215 Career Success/Nat Strngths

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MMC-216 Marketing for Non-Mktg Major

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MMC-217 Marketing Behind the Scenes

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MMC-218 Career and Life Planning

Not sure what you want to be when you grow up or what to do with your new degree? Take a look at who you are to move forward on your career path. This class covers self-assessment such as core values, strengths, dreams, purpose statements, and much more.

MMC-219 Informational Interviewing

An informational interview is an informal conversation with someone working in an area of interest to you who will give you information and advice. It is an effective research tool in addition to other methods of researching an occupation. Come learn how to effectively use this strategy in your job search plan.

MMC-220 Academic Management

You've got (or ALMOST got) the degree, NOW WHAT? Learn innovative ways to leverage your new degree and skills to advance in your current job or change directions completely. This course is designed for students in both master's and degree-completion programs who are asking, what can I do with a major in organizational management?

MMC251 MMC251 Developing New Products

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MMC601 MMC601 Breathtaking Customer Service

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MUS-101 Basic Musicianship

Basic Musicianship is designed for the student with little background in music. This course will present concepts needed for an understanding of the basic fundamentals of music theory. Students will also have an introduction to ear training and the keyboard. (Offered every spring. No prerequisite. This course can serve as a prerequisite for MUS201 and ED446. Studio course.)

MUS-111 Class Piano I

This is the first of two courses in a beginning piano instruction sequence. Through group class instruction students are given a practical knowledge of the keyboard and an understanding of the tonal-rhythmic structure of music. Keyboard skills requisite for handling classroom music situations or for personal enjoyment of music are developed. (Offered every fall and spring. No prerequisite. Players with previous keyboard experience may be exempt by examination. Can serve as a prerequisite to

MUS-112 Class Piano II

This is the second of two courses in a beginning piano instruction sequence. Through group class instruction students are given a practical knowledge of the keyboard and an understanding of the tonal-rhythmic structure of music. Keyboard skills requisite for handling classroom music situations or for personal enjoyment of music are developed. (Offered every fall and spring. No prerequisite. Players with previous keyboard experience may be exempt by examination. Can serve as a prerequisite to

MUS-115 Beginning Guitar I

This course is designed for those with no knowledge of the instrument. Areas covered include tuning the guitar, strumming techniques, chords-two keys, and transposing. Open to all students. (Offered every fall and spring. No prerequisite. Players with previous guitar experience may be exempt by examination and move on to private guitar if desired or needed for program. Studio course.)

MUS-116 Beginning Guitar II

This course is a continuation of Beginning Guitar I with additional chords in several more keys. This course is recommended for students desiring to study private guitar. (Offered every spring. Prerequisite: MUS115 Beginning Guitar I or consent of instructor. Studio course.)

MUS-120 Listening to Life:West. Clscl

Using music primarily from the classical Western tradition, this course teaches music listening skills, relates music to history and culture, and reveals music as a conveyer of human emotions, thoughts, and ideals. The course also touches briefly on ethnic folk music, global art music, and popular music (American jazz, musical theatre, and pop music.) (This course earns 2 credits towards the 4 credit Fine Arts component of the general education curriculum. Offered every fall and spring, summers

MUS-121 Listen to Life: Global & Pop

Using global folk and art music and contemporary popular idiom music, this course teaches music listening skills, relates music to history and culture, and reveals music as a conveyer of human emotions, thoughts, and ideals. This course contributes to the Fine Arts/Aesthetic component of the General Education curriculum. MUS121 is required for Music Education students.

MUS15X MUS15X Intro to Music Appreciation

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MUS-161 Class Voice

Students will examine and personally develop the foundations of a healthy, efficient technique of singing. Activities to achieve this goal include vocal exercises practiced in and out of the classroom, solo singing for one's classmates, lectures and demonstrations by the instructor on vocal technique and the vocal mechanism, and related reading assignments. (Offered every semester. No prerequisite. Studio course.)

MUS-201 Musicianship I

This course begins with a brief review of music fundamentals (scales, keys, intervals and triads) and continues with four-part harmonic writing, and basic analysis. Exercises in keyboard harmony, sight singing, and dictation are included in the course.(Offered every fall. Prerequisite: MUS101 or equivalent as determined by music placement test.)

MUS-202 Musicianship II

Students continue to learn four-part harmonic writing, including the use of inversions and seventh chords. Exercises in analysis incorporate the study of melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, and form. Dictation, sight singing, and keyboard harmony are continued. (Offered every spring. Prerequisite: MUS201 or equivalent.)

MUS220 MUS220 Topics in Music

This subject of this course will vary each time it is offered. It is designed to be taken by any students who are interested in music. Various styles of music and the relations of music to different aspects of culture and history will be explored. (Offered every spring. No prerequisite.)

MUS-261 Beginning Conducting

The goal of this introductory course is to begin to develop a clear and expressive conducting technique. Students will conduct in class frequently, videotaping their work and receiving immediate feedback and suggestions for improvement. Students will learn to conduct regular beat patterns, preparatory gestures, cues, cutoffs, deadbeats, fermatas, asymmetrical patterns, and subdivided gestures. Students will learn to make thoughtful decisions in varying their conducting pattern to show changes

MUS-267 Diction for Singers

This course is designed for the student who is interested in enhancing his or her vocal training by expanding one's knowledge of Italian and German diction and song repertoire. Emphasis is placed on the understanding and production of pronunciation. Voice students and music majors, particularly those in the choral and church music tracks, will want to register for this course. (Offered odd falls. Prerequisite: 2 semesters of MUS860 - Private Voice or consent of instructor. Studio course.)

MUS-301 Musicianship III

Students learn to write in the contrapuntal style of the 18th century. Chromatic harmonies and a study of classical period forms are also included in the course. Dictation, sight-singing, and keyboard harmony are continued. (Offered every fall. Prerequisite: MUS202 or equivalent.)

MUS-302 Musicianship IV

Students explore the new directions composers have taken in the 20th century and compose their own pieces in various contemporary styles. Keyboard harmony, dictation, and sight-singing are continued. (Offered every spring. Prerequisite: MUS301.)

MUS-321 Music History I

This course explores the Ancient, medieval, Renaissance and early Baroque periods of Western music. (Offered every third semester in sequence with the other two Music History Courses). Prerequisites: MUS120 or MUS121, MUS201.)

MUS-322 Music History II

This course explores the 18th and 19th centuries of Western music. (Offered every third semester in sequence with the other two Music History Courses). Prerequisites: MUS120 or MUS121, MUS201. MUS321 is preferred, but not required.)

MUS-323 Music History III

This course explores Western Music from the late 19th century to the present. (Offered every third semester in sequence with the other two Music History Courses). Prerequisites MUS 120 or 121 and 201. MUS 321 and 322 preferred but not required.

MUS-356 K-6 General Music Tchng Mthds

This course will deal with the planning and implementation of instruction in the non-performance-based music class from kindergarten to the senior high at the elementary school levels. Students will examine curriculum, textbooks and teaching materials available for these classes. The National Standards for Arts Education receive special attention in relation to planning a spiral curriculum. A strong emphasis is placed on unit and lesson planning. The course is required for all Music Teaching

MUS-357 7-12 General Music Tchng Mthds

This course will deal with the planning and implementation of instruction in the non-performance-based music class from kindergarten to the senior high at the secondary school levels. Students will examine curriculum, textbooks and teaching materials available for these classes. The National Standards for Arts Education receive special attention in relation to planning a spiral curriculum. A strong emphasis is placed on unit and lesson planning. The course is required for all Music Teaching

MUS-360 String Techniques & Pedagogy

This course acquaints students with the techniques and challenges of playing and teaching stringed instruments. (Offered even falls. Prerequisite: music reading ability. Studio course.)

MUS-361 Woodwind Tech & Pedagogy

This course acquaints students with the techniques and challenges of playing and teaching woodwind instruments. (Offered odd springs. Prerequisite: music reading ability. Studio course.)

MUS-362 Brass Techniques & Pedagogy

This course acquaints students with the techniques and challenges of playing and teaching brass instruments. (Offered odd falls. Prerequisite: music reading ability. Studio course.)

MUS-363 Piano Pedagogy

As an introduction to the various techniques related to the teaching of piano, students are exposed to and explore piano instructional materials and methodology. Practical experience is gained through observation, teacher interviews, and evaluation of pedagogical materials. (Offered even springs. Prerequisite: MUS840 or other previous private piano study.)

MUS-364 Handbell Tech & Pedagogy

Through lecture and hands-on ringing, students are given practical study of handbell techniques, score preparation, and pedagogy. (Offered odd falls. Prerequisite: music reading ability. Studio course.)

MUS-365 Elect Instrmt Tech & Pedagogy

This course introduces students to a range of computer-based music technologies. Extensive work is done with the music notation/MIDI program, Finale. Students will also explore using pre-set patches, sequencing, and creating new synthesized sounds. CD ROM programs for music history, music education, music theory, and ear-training will also be explored. Students will be expected to log lab hours in the music technology studio. This course is an elective in all music majors, minors, and emphases.

MUS-366 Vocal Techniques & Pedagogy

This course is designed for advanced singers who wish to gain techniques and practice in teaching vocal technique, both in working with individual voice lessons and with choral groups. This course is required for the vocal tracks of the director of parish music (DPM) program and the music teaching major. Activities include leading warm-ups and teaching peer voice lessons. (Offered even falls. Prerequisites: private voice study and consent of instructor. Studio course.)

MUS-367 Percussion Tech & Pedagogy

This course acquaints students with the techniques and challenges of teaching and playing percussion instruments. (Offered even springs.l Prerequisite: music reading ability. Studio course.)

MUS-368 Jazz Improvisation

Students will explore concepts used in jazz improvisation. (Offered odd springs.Prerequisites: A workable knowledge of scales, chords, chord progressions, sight-reading, and a familiarity with the musical vocabulary. Studio course.)

MUS-369 Art of Accompanying

This course is designed as a practice and provides students with the skills necessary to become artistic and capable accompanists. Areas explored include vocal, instrumental, and choral accompanying. (Offered odd falls. Prerequisite: MUS840 or other previous private piano study. Studio course.)

MUS-424 Keyboard Literature

A survey of keyboard instruments, literature and styles from 1600 to the present, excluding that which relates directly to the organ. (Offered odd springs. Prerequisites: MUS120, MUS840 or other previous private piano study.)

MUS-425 Choral Literature

A study of the choral literature from the Renaissance through the present (including global choral music) forms the material for this course. Choral composers and representative compositions from each era are studied. The historical perspective on choral music is discussed and a filing card reference library developed. (Offered odd falls. Prerequisites: MUS120, MUS202 or consent of instructor.)

MUS-426 Instrumental Literature

Instrumental literature will emphasize literature for school-aged groups. Instrumental composers and compositions are studied through lecture, listening, reading, and student presentations. Students also develop a level II and III, four-year curriculum for band and orchestra. Teaching strategies based on the National Standards for Arts Education will also be discussed. (Offered even falls. Prerequisites: MUS120, MUS202 or consent of instructor.)

MUS-427 Organ Literature

This course surveys organ literature of various historical, national, and stylistic types. Historical organ design, performance practice and aesthetics are emphasized. (Offered even falls.)

MUS-430 History of Sacred Music

An examination of the practice and theology involved in the music of the church enables students to evaluate music in relationship to worship. (Offered on demand. Prerequisite: MUS321 or MUS322.)

MUS-431 Congregational Song

Students examine the theology and history of congregational song, including psalms, liturgical chants, canticles, Latin and Greek hymnody, the Lutheran chorale, the English hymn, and contemporary sacred songs. (Offered odd springs. Prerequisite: MUS120.)

MUS-439 Parish Music Admin Field Exp

This course offers experiences in parish music under the supervision of a cooperating parish musician. Activities include directing choirs, leading and accompanying congregational singing, performing attendant music, working with instrumentalists and cantors, planning worship, and composing practical service music. (Offered on demand. Prerequisite: approval of Music Department.)

MUS-440 Church Organist

This course examines the role of the organist in Lutheran worship and seeks to prepare organists to provide effective leadership of hymns and liturgy. (Offered on demand). Prerequisite: 4 semesters of MUS850 - Private Organ Study or consent of instructor. Studio course.)

MUS-441 Organ Improvisation

In this course, students are challenged to introduce a greater degree of creativity into their service playing, to develop keyboard skills necessary for improvisation and to practice basic procedures for improvising chorale preludes and intonations. (Offered on demand). Prerequisites: 2 semesters of MUS850 - Private Organ Study, MUS202. Studio course.)

MUS-444 Instrumental Arranging

Instrumental arranging focuses on the practical aspects of scoring and is approached in terms of understanding how composers have traditionally written for instrument(s) and ensembles. (Offered even springs. Prerequisites: MUS201, current or previous enrollment in MUS202.)

MUS-445 Choral Arranging

This course is designed for the musician wishing to make effective settings for choral groups. (Offered odd springs. Prerequisites: MUS301, current or previous enrollment in MUS302.)

MUS-456 Choral Conducting & Methods

This advanced conducting course will apply and develop the skills gained in MUS261, focusing on leading choirs. Topics will include literature selection/programming for various school and church choirs, choral score study, audition procedures, seating formations, rehearsal planning and execution, working to develop vocal quality and musicianship in rehearsals and administration of church and school choral programs. A major component of the course will be the preparation and conducting of a

MUS-457 Instrumental Conducting & Meth

Rehearsal techniques, transcriptions, performance practices and score study of standard concert band and jazz ensemble repertoire will be presented. The organization and management of an instrumental program will be covered. A major component of the course will be the preparation and conducting of a public instrumental ensemble performance. Requirement for Instrumental Music Education majors. (Offered odd springs. Prerequisite: MUS261. Studio course.)

MUS-488 Music Independent Study

Topic and course of study determined in consultation with instructor. (Offered on demand. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.)

MUS491 MUS491 Composition

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MUS-492 Composition Recital

The student is challenged to compose a major piece or group of pieces. Students are challenged to begin to develop a personal language, one that gives evidence of skill, imagination and originality and that communicates effectively to an audience. This project is the capstone experience for the Music Major in the Music Theory/Composition track. As part of this capstone, students will submit a written essay describing how the experience implemented and was supported by the Framework for

MUS-493 Senior Project: Thesis

The student will research a musicological topic, write a documented thesis and present their research in a public lecture/demonstration. This project is the capstone experience for the Music Major in the Music History/Literature track. As part of this capstone, students will submit a written essay describing how the experience implemented and was supported by the Framework for Learning. (Offered on demand. Prerequisites: MUS321, MUS322 and consent of instructor.) Honors Lesson fee applies.

MUS-494 Sr Project:Conducting Recital

The student will conduct a public recital of an instrumental and/or vocal ensemble for which they have selected literature, prepared scores, rehearsed the ensemble, and prepared a program. The conducting experience may involve regularly scheduled university ensembles and student organized ensembles. This project is done with the supervision of the appropriate faculty conducting teacher. This is an option for the capstone experience for the Music Major in the Applied Music track. As part of this

MUS-495 Sr. Project: Recital

The student will present a public recital on their primary instrument, building on private lesson study over several semesters. This project is done with the supervision of the student's primary applied teacher. This is the capstone experience for the Music Major in the Applied Music track. As part of this capstone, students will submit a written essay describing how the experience implemented and was supported by the Framework for Learning. (Offered on demand. Prerequisites: MUS9xx and consent

MUS-498 Music Business Internship

This off-campus internship with a music business (usually in the Twin Cities metro area) serves as the capstone for the music business major. Students may take other classes on campus during this part-time internship.

MUS-525 Choral Literature

A study of the choral literature from the Renaissance through the 20th century (including global choral music) forms the material for this course. Choral composers and representative compositions from each era are studied. The historical perspective on choral music is discussed and a filing card reference library developed. The final project is a graduate level review of web-based choral literature resources. (Prerequisite: completion of an undergraduate music history sequence and/or

MUS-545 Graduate Choral Arranging

This course is designed for the musician wishing to create effective arrangements for choral groups. It culminates in a major project. Offered in spring semester of odd-numbered years in conjunction with MUS 445 undergraduate course.

MUS-551 Organ Tutorial

A course of private lessons, practice, and performance designed to develop technique and musicianship at the organ. (Prerequisite: prior organ study at the undergraduate level and/or consent of the instructor.)

MUS-560 Private Voice Lessons

A course of private lessons, practice, and performance designed to develop technique and musicianship in voice. (Prerequisite: prior vocal study at the undergraduate level and/or consent of the instructor.)

MUS-566 Graduate Vocal Tech & Pedagogy

This course is designed for singers who wish to gain techniques and practice in teaching vocal technique, both in working with individual voice lessons and with choral groups. This course is required for the vocal tracks of the director of parish music (DPM) program and the music teaching major. Activities include leading warm-ups and teaching peer voice lessons. At the graduate level, Supplementary assignments are designed comprising additional hours of directed assignments to fulfill

MUS-580 Graduate Conducting Lessons

These private lessons explore the following topics, depending on the individual student's needs and interests: clarity of conducting gesture, expressivity in the gesture, score study, rehearsal preparation, and teaching performance techniques and musicianship in rehearsal. 7 total contact hours, scheduled by student and instructor. Offered on demand).

MUS-651 Honors Organ Tutorial

14 Private weekly 1 hour organ lessons for working adults who are advanced organ students. This course is intended for visiting students or students in a cohort delivered program. The lesson schedule is determined by the instructor and each individual student.

MUS-660 Graduate Honors Voice Lesson

This is a private, on hour weekly lesson that is for advanced voice students at the graduate level. Honors lesson fee applies.

MUS-680 Graduate Honors Conducting

These private lessons explore the following topics, depending on the individual student's needs and interests: clarity of conducting gesture, expressivity in the gesture, score study, rehearsal preparation, and teaching performance techniques and musicianship in rehearsal. 14 total contact hours, scheduled by student and instructor.

MUS-712 Shades of Harmony Gospel Choir

The multicultural choir consists of students and staff from varying races, cultures and backgrounds who are interested in learning about, experiencing and singing African-American gospel music and spirituals. Gospel music has an improvisational dimension to it and the choir typically learns new music by rote, although music may be provided for choir members. In addition to the choral rehearsals, there will be periodic discussions of the historical aspects of the music, and the social

MUS-713 Jubilate Choir

This choir regularly provides music for chapel worship. Special projects include the Fine Arts Christmas Concert and choral worship services throughout the year. While full-year membership is desired, students may audition to enter the choir at semester breaks. Jubilate is an excellent ensemble for students who wish to sing but are involved in other touring ensembles or will be off-campus part of the year as student teachers or interns. (Offered every fall and spring. Prerequisite: choral

MUS-714 Christus Chorus

This group presents major choral works in a series of concerts, including the Fine Arts Christmas and Concert. Weekend tours/retreats and an extended annual spring tour are part of the schedule. Trips abroad are planned occasionally. Auditions are held at the beginning and end of each academic year. Full-year membership is required. (Offered every fall and spring. Prerequisite: choral audition for placement by instructor.)

MUS-715 Chamber Choir

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MUS-716 Opera Workshop

Exploration of operatic singing, character development, and basic stage movement through workshop activities, class play, and assigned operatic scenes. Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Must also be enrolled in MUS 860 or MUS 960. First time enrollment must be for 2 credits.

MUS-717 Vox 9

This is a small vocal ensemble of 4-16 singers focusing on learning and performing vocal jazz literature. The group meets for one rehearsal 90 minutes/week and performs occasionally on campus.

MUS-720 Concert Band

Concert Band performs works drawn from worldwide genres. Performances include chapel services, fall and spring concerts, and Commencement. Occasional off-campus performances are also scheduled. (Offered every fall and spring. Prerequisite: prior instrumental experience and seat audition placement.)

MUS-730 Chamber/String Ensemble

Chamber Ensemble performs works drawn from worldwide genres. Performances include chapel services, fall and spring concerts, and Commencement. Occasional off-campus performances are also scheduled. (Offered every fall and spring. Prerequisite: prior instrumental experience and seat audition placement.)

MUS731 MUS731 String Trio/Quartet/Quintet

This is an ensemble for 3-5 advanced string players to explore upper level string literature. The group meets one hour/week and performs.

MUS-739 CSP Ringers

This course is open to any student with limited or no handbell experience. It teaches basic handbell techniques. Members of this class will perform 1-2 times/semester in chapel.

MUS-740 Handbell Ensemble

This ensemble is open to any student with handbell experience or sufficient music reading ability. It will perform both on campus for chapel services and the Fine Arts Christmas Concert as well as for area congregations. Members of this ensemble may also belong to other music organizations on campus. (Offered every fall and spring. Prerequisites: music reading ability, audition for placement by instructor.)

MUS-750 Jazz Band Ensemble

Jazz Ensemble and Jazz combos from the group perform works from various jazz styles. Performances include fall and spring concerts, chapel service playing, and occasional off campus performances. (Offered every fall and spring.) Prerequisite: previous instrumental experience.

MUS-760 Percussion Ensemble

The Percussion Ensemble is open to all students and is designed to develop mastery of various percussion instruments. Students will develop and refine percussion techniques through the rehearsal and performance of standard percussion ensemble repertoire.

MUS-770 Woodwind Ensemble

Ensembles are open to all levels of woodwind students. Woodwind ensemble is designed to develop each individuals small ensemble playing. Performances include on and off campus concerts, worship services, fall and spring concerts.

MUS-772 Flute Ensemble

Ensembles are open to all levels of flute students. Flute ensemble is designed to develop each individuals small ensemble playing. Performances include on and off campus concerts, worship services, fall and spring concerts.

MUS-774 Clarinet Ensemble

Ensembles are open to all levels of clarinet students. Clarinet ensemble is designed to develop each individuals small ensemble playing. Performances include on and off campus concerts, worship services, fall and spring concerts

MUS-776 Saxophone Ensemble

Ensembles are open to all levels of saxophone students. Saxophone ensemble is designed to develop each individuals small ensemble playing. Performances include on and off campus concerts, worship services, fall and spring concerts

MUS-778 Brass Ensemble

Ensembles are open to all levels of brass students. Brass ensemble is designed to develop each individuals small ensemble playing. Performances include on and off campus concerts, worship services, fall and spring concerts

MUS-780 Guitar Ensemble

Open to intermediate and advanced guitarists, the players will learn and perform duets, trios, quartets, etc. in styles ranging from classical to jazz to blues to reggae. (Prerequisite: audition by instructor.)

MUS-782 Chapel Band

Open to singers and instrumentalists by audition. The ensemble performs a variety of praise, prayer and ethnic worship music for chapel in contemporary music idioms. Planning and leading a full chapel service is a feature of the group's activities. (Prerequisite: audition by instructor.)

MUS784 MUS784 Vocal Ensemble

Singers may form a small vocal ensemble (men�s, women�s, or mixed) to rehearse and perform vocal chamber music. Groups may perform in recital, chapel, or off campus. (Prerequisite: Concurrent membership in MUS713 or MUS714

MUS-786 Jazz Combo

This small ensemble is for solo players in the jazz idiom. It builds on the experience gained from the Jazz Ensemble. Improvisation is a major component of the group's performance. (Prerequisite: Approval of instructor)

MUS-800 Violin

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-801 Viola

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-802 Cello

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-803 String Bass

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-810 Flute

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-811 Oboe/English Horn

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-812 Clarinet

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-813 Saxophone

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-814 Bassoon

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-815 Recorder

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-820 Trumpet

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-821 Trombone

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-822 French Horn

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-823 Tuba

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-824 Euphonium

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-829 Private Jazz Lesson

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-830 Percussion

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-831 Handbell Lesson

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-840 Piano

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-841 Harpsichord

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS842 MUS842 Harp

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MUS-850 Organ

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-851 Organ Tutorial

14 private weekly � hour organ lessons for working students. This course is appropriate for any organists from beginners to those with experience. This course is intended for visiting students or students in a cohort delivered program. The lesson schedule is determined by the instructor and each individual student.

MUS-860 Voice

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-861 Private Vocal Jazz Lesson

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: 4

MUS-870 Guitar

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-872 Private Electronic Music Lesso

Private weekly 1/2 hour lesson in using electronic music technology.

MUS-880 Conducting Lessons

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites:

MUS-890 Composition Lessons

1 credit each, repeatable. Meets 1/2 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. These courses may be repeated with credit. Individual lessons on the standard orchestral and band instruments and voice stress proper tone production, phrasing and style. Special techniques unique to the instrument are studied. Material covered includes standard works for the instrument. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. This course is open to students who have had

MUS-900 Violin

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-901 Viola

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-902 Cello

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-903 String Bass

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-910 Flute

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-911 Oboe/English Horn

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-912 Clarinet

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-913 Saxophone

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-914 Bassoon

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-915 Recorder

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-920 Trumpet

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-921 Trombone

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-922 French Horn

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-923 Tuba

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-924 Euphonium

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-930 Percussion

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-931 Honors Handbell Lesson

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructors approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. Private lessons are also available for composition. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private lesson fee.)

MUS-940 Piano

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-941 Harpsichord

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-950 Organ

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-951 Honors Organ Tutorial

14 Private weekly 1 hour organ lessons for working adults who are advanced organ students. This course is intended for visiting students or students in a cohort delivered program. The lesson schedule is determined by the instructor and each individual student.

MUS-960 Voice

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-961 Honors Vocal Jazz Lesson

This is a private, one hour weekly lesson for advanced students in singing in jazz, pop, and musical theatre styles. Honors lesson fee applies.

MUS-970 Guitar

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructor's approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. All lessons include studio classes scheduled throughout the term as a lab time. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private

MUS-980 Honors Conducting Lesson

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructors approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. Private lessons are also available for composition. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private lesson fee.)

MUS-990 Honors Composition Lessons

2 credits each, repeatable. Meets 1 hour per week. May not be taken pass/no pass. Each of the above 800 level individual lessons may be taken as weekly one-hour lessons with the instructors approval. Honors lessons may be taken in conjunction with recital preparation. Private lessons are also available for composition. (Offered every semester. Prerequisites: music reading ability, previous study at the 800 level and/or approval and placement by instructor. Private lesson fee.)

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