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Basic Computer Literacy

The Basic Computer Literacy course is designed to provide students with an introduction to computer application skills regarding computer concepts, operating systems, internet research, keyboarding, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. [16-32-48 Lab Fee

Music Theory 1

Students are required to take MUSI 132 concurrently with MUSI 130. A study of fundamentals, including notation, scales, intervals, basic chord constructions, and the rhythmic/metric aspect of music. Emphasis is placed on the acquisition of basic skills necessary for composition and harmonization of music. Lab Fee

Music Theory 2

A continuation of MUSI 130 emphasizing non-harmonic tones. Introduction to diatonic seventh chords and their resolutions, borrowed chords, non-dominant seventh chords, and diatonic common chord modulations. Lab Fee

Aural Comprehension/Music Reading 1

Students are required to take MUSI 130 concurrently with MUSI 132. A sequential course designed to develop critical listening skills in music reading with special emphasis on ear training and sight singing. Students will be encouraged to participate in computer-assisted instruction for additional assistance. [16-16-32] Lab Fee

Aural Comprehension/Music Reading 2

Students are required to take MUSI 131 concurrently with MUSI 134. A continuation of MUSI 132. This course is designed to develop critical listening skills in music reading with special emphasis on ear training and sight singing. Students will be encouraged to participate in computer-assisted instruction for additional assistance. [16-16-32] Lab Fee

Fundamentals of Music for Teaching

Designed to prepare the student to use the rudiments of music through singing and playing informal instruments. Includes a survey of elementary school music texts, music listening activities, skills of music reading, and creative work in music. Lab Fee