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Eclectic Chorale

A choir ensemble that develops general musicianship and provides training in choral singing. The repertoire will consist of multicultural sacred and contemporary works. The class, developed for readers and non-readers of music, will include basic choral techniques and methods. Performances are presented on campus and in the community. Course may be repeated for credit toward graduation up to four credit hours.

Kellogg Singers

Prior vocal and/or instrumental experience is recommended. Kellogg Singers is a non-auditioned chamber choir that gives students the opportunity to develop their vocal skills while performing challenging choral literature ranging from the Renaissance and Contemporary periods not generally suited for the larger choral ensemble. Special attention is given to authenticity of stylistic performance in each of the periods and styles represented. The ensemble maintains an active performance schedule on and off campus.

Community Chorus

Community Chorus is a non-auditioned, mixed ensemble. This ensemble seeks to explore repertoire not accessible to the average church choir. A wide range of choral music is prepared for performance throughout KCC’s district. If you enjoy singing and are looking for a congenial atmosphere to experience challenging choral literature, this is the choir for you! Everyone is welcome in this ensemble.

Women’s Choir

The KCC Women’s Choir is an ensemble of female vocalists which emphasizes general musicianship and provides training in all musical styles of women’s choral literature. Performances are presented on campus and throughout the community. This wonderful and fun group is open to everyone from beginners to the more experienced choral musician. [16-16-32]

Fundamentals of Music

This course develops the fundamental skills necessary for reading music and understanding rhythm and melody. This course prepares the non-music reader for MUSI 130.Lab Fee

MRI Certification Exam Preparation

This course provides the student with instructional review and a self-examination process as preparation for the certification exam in MRI. Discussions will focus on the four content specifications for examination in magnetic resonance as outlined in the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) primary pathway certification handbook. Students will have the opportunity to participate in an 8 hour registry review seminar.

MRI Clinical Practice 3

This is the final clinical course in a series of three that provides the necessary supervised clinical education needed to complete all remaining competencies required by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) following the Primary Pathway requirements. Emphasis will be placed on patient safety and comfort while professional values, attitudes, and behaviors are upheld.

MRI Clinical Practice 2

This is the second in a series of three clinical courses that provides the necessary supervised clinical education needed for the MRI student to competently apply basic protocols, recognize when to appropriately alter the standard protocol, and recognize equipment and patient considerations that affect image quality. Emphasis will be placed on patient safety and comfort while professional values, attitudes, and behaviors are upheld.

MRI Clinical Practice 1

This is the first in a series of three clinical courses that provides the necessary supervised clinical education needed for the MRI student to competently apply basic protocols, recognize when to appropriately alter the standard protocol and recognize equipment and patient considerations that affect image quality. Emphasis will be placed on patient safety and comfort while professional values, attitudes, and behaviors are upheld.

Pre-Clinical Preparation

This course prepares the MRI student for safe participation in clinical education within the MRI environment. Students will explore and discuss the importance of MRI safety and patient assessment. While most of the course is delivered online, students will practice and master various safety procedures in a face-to-face workshop setting. [40-8-48] Lab Fee.