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MUS 518 The Study of Musical Form

This course is a study of the formal procedures used by composers from the 17th century to the present.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 520 Jazz Composition and Arranging

This course is an introduction to concepts and techniques used in jazz arranging and composing through the study of examples taken from the works of Ellington, Thad Jones, Gil Evans and others. The student learns instrumental ranges and transpositions, rhythm section notation and reharmonization techniques. Four- and five-part writing is explored in a project for octet. More advanced students write a big band arrangement.
Spring, 3 credits

MUS 538A Chorus

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538B Chamber Singers

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538C Madrigal Singers

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538D Vocal Jazz

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538E Symphonic Band

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538F Orchestra

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538G Jazz Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538H Merriweather Consort

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538I Percussion Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538J Guitar Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538K Brass Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538L Flute Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538M String Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538N Wind Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538O Jazz Combo

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538P Vocal Jazz Combo

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 538Q Opera Ensemble

Audition required.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 539 Instrumental Performance Workshop

Instructor Consent Required
This course is a weekly forum for performance and discussion of the art of interpretation. Emphasis is placed on student performances, comparative listening, score analysis and selected readings on style and performance practice.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 540 Criteria For Musical Performance

This course includes the history of musical performance in relation to musical composition, the analytical evaluation of past and present day performers, and the identification of present day standards of performance.
Summer, 3 credits

MUS 545A Alexander Technique - Private Instruction

The course is an application in private format of principles covered in MUS 545, the Alexander Technique.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 545B Alexander Technique - Private Instruction

The course is an application in private format of principles covered in MUS 545, the Alexander Technique.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 548 Vocal Pedagogy

This survey of pedagogical sources of singing begins with 17th century "belcanto" Italian technique and continues up through the 20th century art and science of voice. A thorough overview of the physiology and anatomy of the singing voice; discussion of acoustics for phonation and articulation and its integration with vocal diction to comprise a solid singing technique is presented. The course includes an in-depth discussion of comparative schools of thought in pedagogy and relevance to modern voice instruction.
Prerequisite: Previous vocal training
Co-requisite: Private voice lessons
Spring, 2 credits

MUS 549 Vocal Performance Workshop

Instructor Consent Required
This is a weekly master class with instructor and accompanist. Singers can use this class to present works in progress for recitals and rehearsals for opera scenes and productions.
Special fee, $75.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit.

MUS 550 Vocal Diction

A four semester sequence for singers, pianists and conductors.
Every Semester, 2 credits
Components: Lecture

MUS 557A Applied Music: Vocal Coaching

Vocal coaching lessons supplement the technical work of voice lessons allowing the student to go in-depth into repertoire, language, issues of interpretations of poetic texts and refinement of performance skills.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 557B Applied Music: Vocal Coaching

Vocal coaching lessons supplement the technical work of voice lessons allowing the student to go in-depth into repertoire, language, issues of interpretations of poetic texts and refinement of performance skills.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 557C Applied Music: Instrumental Coaching

To supplement the work of individual instrumental lessons, private instrumental coaching allows the student to prepare in-depth standard repertoire for performance with accompaniment.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 557D Applied Music: Instrumental Coaching

To supplement the work of individual instrumental lessons, private instrumental coaching allows the student to prepare in-depth standard repertoire for performance with accompaniment.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 600 Opera History

The course is the study of operatic masterpieces from the 17th to the 20th centuries.
Fall, 3 credits

MUS 601 Seminar in the History of Music I

MUS 601 explores the history of music from antiquity through the Medieval/Renaissance; MUS 602, the Baroque and Classical eras; MUS 603, the 19th century; Music 604, the 20th century.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 602 Seminar in the History of Music II

MUS 602 explores the history of music from the Baroque and Classical eras. Students interested in registering for this course should be able to read music and have significant prior college level academic studies in music theory. For more information concerning skills needed for this course, please contact the Department of Music prior to registering.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 603 Seminar in the History of Music III

MUS 603 explores the history of music for the 19th century.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 604 Seminar in the History of Music IV

MUS 604 explores the history of music for the 20th century.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 605 The Role of the Symphony in the History of Music

This course examines the history of the symphony from its origin in the 17th century to the present. Students interested in registering for this course should be able to read music and have significant prior college level academic studies in music theory. For more information concerning skills needed for this course, please contact the Department of Music prior to registering.
Summer, 3 credits

MUS 608 Seminar in Musicology

This course is a discussion of such problems of musicology as musical bibliography, musical historiography, ethnomusicology, musical notation and performance practice. Individual research projects are assigned. Students interested in registering for this course should be able to read music and have significant prior college level academic studies in music theory. For more information concerning skills needed for this course, please contact the Department of Music prior to registering.
Every Semester, 3 credits

MUS 611 Polyphonic and Harmonic Analysis

This course covers the analysis of music as it pertains to horizontal, vertical, structural and rhythmic elements. Music from various historical periods is studied. Students interested in registering for this course should be able to read music and have significant prior college level academic studies in music theory. For more information concerning skills needed for this course, please contact the Department of Music prior to registering.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 613 Seminar Harmony and Counterpoint

This course is a review of counterpoint and harmony, allied with a study of musical form. Pertinent examples from the literature are analyzed.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 616 Analysis of 20th Century Music

This course is a study of structural, proportional and organizational techniques in the 20th century from Debussy to the present.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 619 Seminar In Composition

This course includes practical ideas and procedures of composing from a modern perspective. Both tonality and atonality are explored each semester with an emphasis on executing original compositions.
Every Semester, 3 credits

MUS 621 Choral Conducting and Interpretation

This course is the study of conducting and rehearsal techniques.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 630 Conducting I

The course covers the elements of conducting.
Fall, 2 credits

MUS 631 Conducting II

Advanced problems and techniques of instrumental and choral conducting are explored.
Spring, 2 credits

MUS 632 Graduate Music Teaching & Learning Seminar

This course develops a comprehensive understanding of the way children learn when they learn music. Students apply Edwin E. Gordon's Music Learning Theory to choral, general, special needs, and instrumental music teaching and learning situations. Strategies for meeting state and national standards are included. This course is required for students seeking New York State initial teaching certification.
Fall, 1 credit

MUS 633 Musicianship for Music Teachers

This music skills class is designed to prepare students for success as public school music teachers. Students will gain confidence with tonal and rhythm solfege, basic improvisation, and functional piano skills. Special emphasis is placed on keyboard harmonization, music reading and accompaniment. The Graduate Skills Competency will serve as the final examination for this course.
Fall, 2 credits

MUS 634 Enhancing Literacy Through Teaching Music in Special Education

This course focuses on the knowledge of learning styles and multiple intelligence through a multisensory technique that will insure the successful inclusion of students with specific learning disabilities; children from diverse backgrounds and cultures; those who are physically, mentally, psychologically, socially or emotionally challenged; the twice exceptional and the talented and gifted. Students will be asked to write insights on assigned articles, books or films as the different categories of special learners while meeting the national and state standards for learning. Methods, materials and resources will be selected for each educational level, and assessment and evaluation techniques will be shared. In addition, a brief look will be given to prominent musical personalities who have championed their challenges and who serve as inspiration for excellence in the field.
Every Semester, 3 credits

MUS 635 Brass Methods

This course is group applied instruction in the Brass family of instruments that leads to a basic level of playing competence and familiarity with each instrument in the family. Teaching methods are examined as well as the development of ensembles and the literature and materials needed for these ensembles and for group lessons.
Special fee, $125
Spring, 1 credit

MUS 636 Percussion Methods

This course is group applied instruction in the Percussion family of instruments that leads to a basic level of playing competence and familiarity with each instrument in the family. Teaching methods are examined as well as the development of ensembles and the literature and materials needed for these ensembles and for group lessons.
Special fee, $125
Spring, 1 credit

MUS 637 Woodwind Methods

This course is group applied instruction in the Woodwind family of instruments that leads to a basic level of playing competence and a familiarity with each instrument in the family. Teaching methods are examined as well as the development of ensembles and the literature and materials needed for these ensembles and for group lessons.
Special fee, $125
Fall, 1 credit

MUS 638 Instrumental Music Methods

This course covers the organization, administration and implementation of instrumental activities, programs and performing groups in grades 4 to 12. Methods and materials for instrumental ensembles, band, orchestra, wind and jazz ensembles are included. Special attention is paid to rehearsal techniques, lesson planning and outcome assessment. A field-based experience that includes conducting is required.
Spring, 2 credits

MUS 639 String Methods

This course is group applied instruction in the String family of instruments that leads to a basic level of playing competence and a familiarity with each instrument in the family. Teaching methods are examined as well as the development of ensembles and the literature and materials needed for these ensembles and for group lessons.
Special fee, $125
Fall, 1 credit

MUS 641 Instrumental Conducting and Interpretation

This course is the development of conducting and rehearsal techniques and includes the study of band and orchestra scores.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 645 Orchestration

This course is a study of the techniques of orchestration and instrumentation with special attention given to the properties and capabilities of the individual instruments. This course includes some exposure to the use of music notation software and a reading by a symphonic orchestra of student orchestrated material. Students interested in registering for this course should be able to read music and have significant prior college level academic studies in music theory. For more information concerning skills needed for this course, please contact the Department of Music prior to registering.
Fall, 3 credits

MUS 646 Symphonic Music For Orchestra

MUS 647 Concert Band Literature & Materials

MUS 651 Teaching Music in the Elementary School

An examination of materials and techniques needed for teaching children music at the elementary level. Music education approaches including Orff, Kodaly, Gordon and Dalcroze will be explored.
Fall, 3 credits
Course Equivalents: MUS 633, MUS 638, MUS 662

MUS 652 Teaching General Music in the Middle School and High School

This course investigates methods and materials appropriate for general music classes. Emphasis is placed on teaching and learning music through singing, listening and creative work. Advanced music classes appropriate for secondary students are considered.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 657 Topics in Music

MUS 658 Workshops in Music Education

Workshops of immediate concern for school music programs, such as innovative classroom, instrumental, or choral methods; instrument repair, and the relationship of music to other subject areas.
On Occasion, 1, 2 or 3 credits

MUS 659 Institutes & Workshops in Music

Special courses offered on a one time only basis.
On Occasion, 1, 2 or 3 credits

MUS 661 History and Philosophy of Music Education

This course explores the historical, philosophical and cultural factors that influence the development of school music programs in America. Current trends and problems in music education are investigated. Students in the seminar develop individual projects.
On Occasion, 3 credits

MUS 662 Secondary Choral Music Methods

This course covers the organization and implementation of vocal music activities, programs and performing groups in grades 7 to 12. Methods and materials for vocal ensembles and group lessons are explored. Special attention is paid to rehearsal techniques, lesson planning and outcome assessment. A field-based experience that includes conducting is required.
Spring, 2 credits
Course Equivalents: MUS 633, MUS 651, MUS 638

MUS 663 String Literature Techniques & Practices

This course is a detailed and comprehensive study of string techniques, instructional practices and approaches that pertain to public school instrumental music programs.
Fall, 2 credits

MUS 664 Band Literature, Techniques & Practices

This course is a detailed and comprehensive study of wind and percussion techniques, instructional practices, and administrative procedures that pertain to public school instrumental music problems.
Every Other Fall, 2 credits

MUS 665 Marching Band Techniques

Designed to provide the student with thorough knowledge in all aspects of the school marching band program. Students will learn program administration, including budgeting, scheduling, human resource management, and school and community relationships; show design concepts and application; visual instructional techniques; unique and specific outdoor musical instructional techniques; and support group utilization.
Every Other Fall, 2 credits

MUS 671 Administration and Supervision Of Music Education

A study of the organization, maintenance and operation of music programs in elementary, middle and high schools, including budgeting, scheduling, selecting personnel, developing courses of study, public relations and the value of public performance. Special emphasis will be given to guidelines recommended for all music education teachers by the New York State Education Department.
Summer, 3 credits

MUS 673 Technology and Music Education

This is an introductory course designed for Music Education majors who are new to music technology. Students learn to integrate MIDI instruments and computers at every level of music instruction. The course focuses on the applications of music technology in performance as well as in the classroom at the K-12 level.
Special fee, $75
Spring, 2 credits

MUS 679A Applied Music Advanced Conducting

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 679B Applied Music Advanced Conducting

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 707 Research Methods

This course is open to matriculated students only. The course is designed to develop research techniques and the use of music reference and research materials. The selection of a thesis topic and the completion of an approved thesis proposal are required.
Every Semester, 3 credits

MUS 708 Thesis Seminar

This course is open to matriculated students only. The preparation of the thesis is taken under the guidance of the candidate’s approved committee. The completed thesis is the subject of an oral examination.
Prerequisite: MUS 707. Every Semester, 3 credits
Requirement Group: Prerequisite of MUS 707 is required.

MUS 710A Performance Workshop: Chamber Music Ensembles

Instructor Consent Required
Instrumentalists and select vocalists are assigned to chamber music ensembles based on their level of ability and experience. Students study and perform standard chamber music from the Baroque Period to the 20th century in ensemble combinations of trios, quartets, quintets and octets. Each chamber music ensemble meets weekly for a one hour coaching session with a music faculty member.
Every Semester, 0 or 1 credit

MUS 714A An Introduction to Music Technology

This is an introductory course designed for students who are new to music technology. Students learn to use MIDI keyboards and computers to compose, arrange, perform and print music.
Fall, 3 credits

MUS 714B Music Notation at the Computer

Using an advanced software system such as Finale, students notate music for instrumental and vocal combinations from solo to orchestral. Several methods of information input are explored. The relationship between established musical syntax and that of the software is studied. The course results in an audible professional-looking score with performable extracted parts.
Spring, 3 credits

MUS 750A Applied Music Violin

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 750B Applied Music Violin

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 751A Applied Music Viola

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 751B Applied Music Viola

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 752A Applied Music Cello

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 752B Applied Music Cello

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 753A Applied Music Bass

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 753B Applied Music Bass

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 753C Applied Music Jazz Bass

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 753D Applied Music Jazz Bass

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 754A Applied Music Guitar

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 754B Applied Music Guitar

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 754C Applied Music Jazz Guitar

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 754D Applied Music Jazz Guitar

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 760A Applied Music Flute

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 760B Applied Music Flute

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 761A Applied Music Oboe

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 761B Applied Music Oboe

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 762A Applied Music Clarinet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 762B Applied Music Clarinet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 762C Applied Music: Jazz Clarinet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 762D Applied Music: Jazz Clarinet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special studio fee per semester.
Every Semester, 1 or 2 credits

MUS 763A Applied Music Bassoon

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 763B Applied Music Bassoon

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 764A Applied Music Saxophone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 764B Applied Music Saxophone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 764C Applied Music Jazz Saxophone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 764D Applied Music Jazz Saxophone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 765A Applied Music Recorder

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 765B Applied Music Recorder

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 770A Applied Music Trumpet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 770B Applied Music Trumpet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 770C Applied Music Jazz Trumpet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1-Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 770D Applied Music Jazz Trumpet

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 771A Applied Music Horn

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 771B Applied Music Horn

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 772A Applied Music Trombone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 772B Applied Music Trombone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 772C Applied Music Jazz Trombone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 772D Applied Music Jazz Trombone

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 773A Applied Music Tuba

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 773B Applied Music Tuba

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 774A Applied Music Euphonium

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1-Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 774B Applied Music Euphonium

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 780A Applied Music Percussion

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 780B Applied Music Percussion

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 780C Applied Music Jazz Percussion

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 780D Applied Music Jazz Percussion

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 783A Applied Music Piano

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 783B Applied Music Piano

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 783C Applied Music Jazz Piano

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310.
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 783D Applied Music Jazz Piano

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 784A Applied Music Organ

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1-Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 784B Applied Music Organ

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 785A Applied Music Synthesizer

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 785B Applied Music Synthesizer

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week.
Special fee, $310
Every Semester, 2 credits

MUS 788A Applied Music Voice

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special studio fee per semester
Every Semester, 1 credit

MUS 788B Applied Music Voice

Applied Lessons are given once a week on a one to one basis. 12 lessons are scheduled. 10 lessons must be given to receive a passing grade. Students must visit the Department of Music, to fill out a Lesson Availability Form immediately after registering. Lessons are scheduled before and during the first weekend of each semester. 2-Credit Lessons are 50 minutes, once a week. 1 Credit Lessons are 25 minutes, once a week.
Special studio fee per semester
Every Semester, 2 credits