Sep 25, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

American Sign Language

   •  ASL 101 Beginning American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 102 Beginning American Sign Language II
   •  ASL 201 Intermediate American Sign Language I
   •  ASL 202 Intermediate American Sign Language II

Anthropology

   •  ANTH 210 Introduction to Archaeology
   •  ANTH 213 Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANTH 301 Human Ecology
   •  ANTH 420 Seminar in Intercultural Communication

Applied Class Piano

Applied Class Piano allows for group lessons in piano for students majoring in music or musical theatre, or students minoring in music, and are required to fulfill degree requirements as described in specific curriculum outlines. Open to students in other curricula as instructor time and studio space allow.

   •  APCP 105 Basic Piano and Keyboard Harmony Skills I
   •  APCP 106 Basic Piano and Keyboard Harmony Skills II
   •  APCP 205 Basic Piano and Keyboard Harmony Skills III
   •  APCP 206 Basic Piano and Keyboard Harmony Skills IV

Applied Elective Study

  

Applied elective lessons are open to students for non-curricular study as instructor time and studio space allow. Detailed course descriptions are obtained from the instructor at the first lesson or found in the handbook of the division offering the instruction. Must be approved by associate dean for undergraduate studies.

   •  AE** 101 Applied****
   •  AE** 102 Applied****

Applied Major Study: Non-Preformance Music Curricula

  

3 credits (per semester)

Applied major lessons are individual lessons for students majoring in non-performance music curricula to fulfill degree requirements as described in specific curriculum outlines. Detailed course descriptions are obtained from the instructor at the first lesson or found in the handbook of the division offering the instruction.

   •  AP** 102 Applied****
   •  AP** 202 Applied****
   •  AP** 302 Applied****
   •  AP** 402 Applied****

Applied Major Study: Performance Curricula

 

3 credits (per semester)

Applied major lessons are individual lessons for students majoring in performance curricula to fulfill degree requirements as described in specific curriculum outlines. Detailed course descriptions are obtained from the instructor at the first lesson or found in the handbook of the division offering the instruction.

   •  AP** 103 Applied****
   •  AP** 203 Applied****
   •  AP** 303 Applied****
   •  AP** 403 Applied****

Applied Minor Study

 

1.5 credits (per semester)

Applied minor lessons are individual lessons for students to fulfill degree requirements as described in specific major or minor curriculum outlines. Open to students in other curricula if accepted into a Conservatory minor. Detailed course descriptions are obtained from the instructor at the first lesson or found in the handbook of the division offering the instruction.

   •  AP** 101 Applied****
   •  AP** 201 Applied****
   •  AP** 301 Applied****
   •  AP** 401 Applied****

Applied Performance Development

Applied performance development is applied study in a specific instrument designed to expand knowledge of repertoire and performance practice in idioms as determined by the applied instructor.

   •  APPD 101 Applied Performance Development
   •  APPD 201 Applied Performance Development
   •  APPD 301 Applied Performance Development
   •  APPD 401 Applied Performance Development

Applied Recital Study

Applied recital study is designed to allow students to register for applied study if a recital is scheduled and curricular applied requirements have been met. Applied Recital Study carries an additional fee and may not be used to fulfill curricular requirements. Corequisite: registration for half or full recital.

   •  APRS 401 Applied Recital Study
   •  APRS 402 Applied Recital Study
   •  APRS 403 Applied Recital Study

Applied Teaching Techniques

Applied teaching techniques is the study of the pedagogical approaches related to a specific instrument, voice or area of applied study. Review of the sequential development of technique related to the performance medium is covered. Instruction includes review of etude and technical materials or appropriate physical exercises related to individual pedagogical approaches appropriate to specific stages, ages or grade levels from beginning through adult study, observation of students at various levels of technical development and observed introductory teaching experiences. The course includes preparation of an annotated bibliography of specific materials and an in-depth outline of specific courses of study with appropriate approaches and related etudes, solos, and supplementary material for each stage of development.

   •  APTT 101 Applied Teaching Techniques

Art

   •  ART 101 Introduction to Drawing and Composition I
   •  ART 102 Introduction to Drawing and Composition II
   •  ART 200 Art Appreciation
   •  ART 214 Investigations in Modern Art
   •  ART 216 American Art
   •  ART 295 Topics
   •  ART 395 Topics

Biology

   •  BIO 105 The Natural World
   •  BIO 121 General Biology I
   •  BIO 122 General Biology II
   •  BIO 201 Medical Terminology
   •  BIO 220 Biotechnology: Methods and Applications
   •  BIO 231 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  BIO 232 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  BIO 260 Microbiology
   •  BIO 295 Topics
   •  BIO 316 Genetics
   •  BIO 320 Introduction to Neuroscience
   •  BIO 321 Ecology
   •  BIO 325 Animal Behavior
   •  BIO 330 Parasitology
   •  BIO 332 Tropical Diseases
   •  BIO 340 Evolution
   •  BIO 344 Plant Morphology
   •  BIO 351 Vertebrate Zoology
   •  BIO 364 Pharmacology
   •  BIO 365 Diseases in History
   •  BIO 395 Topics
   •  BIO 409 Cell Biology
   •  BIO 420 Developmental Biology
   •  BIO 430 Histology
   •  BIO 465 Medical Microbiology
   •  BIO 470 Endocrinology
   •  BIO 472 Immunology
   •  BIO 490 Clinical Internship
   •  BIO 491 Research Project
   •  BIO 492 Research Project

Business Administration

   •  BA 103 Introduction to Business
   •  BA 107 Personal Finance
   •  BA 112 Mind of the Entrepreneur
   •  BA 203 Statistics and Data Analysis for Business
   •  BA 211 Principles of Accounting I
   •  BA 212 Principles of Accounting II
   •  BA 302 Quantitative Methods
   •  BA 303 Legal Environment of Business
   •  BA 307 Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior
   •  BA 310 Introduction to Management Information Systems and Electronic Commerce
   •  BA 311 Intermediate Accounting I
   •  BA 312 Intermediate Accounting II
   •  BA 315 Cost Accounting
   •  BA 322 Managerial Accounting
   •  BA 325 Accounting and Finance for Entrepreneurs
   •  BA 330 Introduction to Finance
   •  BA 337 Introduction to Healthcare Management
   •  BA 360 Introduction to Marketing
   •  BA 361 Marketing Research
   •  BA 362 Marketing Communications
   •  BA 363 Consumer Behavior
   •  BA 380 Professional Selling
   •  BA 393 Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship
   •  BA 395 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management
   •  BA 404 Business Finance
   •  BA 411 Accounting for Decision Making and Control
   •  BA 412 Advanced Accounting
   •  BA 414 Income Tax I
   •  BA 415 Income Tax II
 

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