MUSIC 1000 Performing Ensembles 0 Credits

Students signing up for MUSIC 1000 will be able to participate in one of the university performing ensembles for 0 credit. This course will have the same meeting times and expectations as the one credit ensemble, but will be graded as a pass/fail. The student will need to make sure they register for the correct Section under the MUSIC 1000 course to be placed in the proper ensemble. MUSIC 1000 will not count toward General Education requirement.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

MUSIC 1090 Bodywork for Musicians 1 Credit

Practically based course in posture and psycho-physical awareness. Specific topics include Alexander Technique and Feldenkreis. Required for all music majors.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 1100 Jazz Ensemble 1 Credit

Jazz Ensemble I and Jazz Ensemble II are the two Ensembles in our curriculum. These ensembles regularly study and perform works from the entire history of jazz literature. Students are expected to submit writing assignments periodically as part of the course structure. These assignments involve the assessment of historical, cultural, and aesthetic aspects of the literature. To receive Fine Arts General Education credit you must take this course three times.
Components: Laboratory
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1190 World Rhythm Rudiments 1 Credit

Methods and techniques from around the world will be used to develop rhythmic concepts, reading skills and improvisation through the use of natural sticking, rudiments, and patterns used in drumming from Western, African, Brazilian and Afro Cuban traditions.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 1200 Percussion Ensemble 1 Credit

Open to performers by permission from faculty within respective field.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 1250 Pioneer Steel Band 1 Credit

In Music 1250 (Pioneer Steel Band), students will study and perform steel band music from the Caribbean, Africa, and the Americas. Music 1250 is designed to promote a students development as a performer on the steel pan and percussion instruments, while also emphasizing stylistic interpretation and ensemble etiquette. A wide variety of steel band music and styles will be presented and analyzed. Students will also be offered opportunities to work on improvisation techniques appropriate to steel band literature. This is a performance-based class, and sessions will be conducted in a professional rehearsal environment. The ensemble will have several performance opportunities throughout the school year.
Components: Laboratory
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: consent of instructor
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1300 Brass Ensemble 1 Credit

Open to performers by permission from faculty within respective field.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1340 Piano Techniques - First Semester 1 Credit

First semester. Class piano lessons open to all university students. New piano students with previous piano study must audition during registration week to determine placement in the proper section.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1400 Jazz Combo 1 Credit

Open to performers by permission from faculty within respective field.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1440 Piano Techniques - Second Semester 1 Credit

Second semester. Class piano lessons open to all university students. New piano students with previous piano study must audition during registration week to determine placement in the proper section.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1500 Chamber Ensemble 1 Credit

Open to performers by permission from faculty within respective field.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1510 University/Community Orchestra 1 Credit

The University/Community Orchestra regularly study and perform works from the entire history of orchestral literature. Students are expected to submit writing assignments periodically as part of the course structure. These assignments involve the assessment of historical, cultural, and aesthetic aspects of the literature. To receive Fine Arts General Education credit you must take this course three times.
Components: Laboratory
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1530 Aural Skills I 1 Credit

To be taken with MUSIC 1730. Singing intervals, rhythms and melodies at sight.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: C: MUSIC 1730
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 1590 Music Appreciation 3 Credits

A guide to musical enjoyment and understanding through the examination of composition representative of the various musical forms, styles and media. May be used to satisfy partially the university humanities general requirement; not open for credit to music majors.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1600 Woodwind Ensemble 1 Credit

Open to performers by permission from faculty within respective field.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1610 University Bands 1 Credit

Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band are the two concert bands in our curriculum. These ensembles regularly study and perform works from the entire history of band literature. Students are expected to submit writing assignments periodically as part of the course structure. These assignments involve the assessment of historical, cultural, and aesthetic aspects of the literature. To receive Fine Arts General Education credit you must take this course three times.
Components: Laboratory
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1630 Aural Skills II 1 Credit

To be taken with MUSIC 1830. Singing intervals, rhythms and melodies at sight.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1730 and MUSIC 1530 with a grade of "C" or better.
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 1710 Choir 1 Credit

Chamber Choir, University Singers, and Concert Choir regularly study and perform works from the entire history of choral literature. Students are expected to submit writing assignments periodically as part of the course structure. These assignments involve the assessment of historical, cultural, and aesthetic aspects of the literature. To receive Fine Arts General Education credit you must take this course three times.
Components: Laboratory
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 1730 Music Theory I: Music Theory Fundamentals with MIDI 3 Credits

An introductory course in music theory covering the writing, analysis, and functional piano keyboard of music theory fundamentals including: notation, scales, intervals, chords, and rhythm reading with computer music and MIDI technology.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 1820 Marching Pioneers 1 Credit

The study and performance of a wide variety of band music, particularly literature; campus and community concerts and tours. Membership is open to all university students by audition.
Components: Laboratory
GE: HHP-Activity
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 1830 Music Theory II: Tonal Music Theory with MIDI 3 Credits

A study of tonal music theory using piano keyboard and MIDI music technology applications. Students study concepts in music theory including melodic structures, texture, 16th century 2 voice counterpoint, 18th century 4 voice counterpoint, harmonic rhythm, voice leading in 7th chords, modulation, and secondary dominant and leading tone chords. Students will apply the above concepts in musical composition and analysis, and demonstrate performance of musical structures on the piano keyboard.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1730 and MUSIC 1530 with a grade of "C" or better.
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 1900 Basketball Band 1 Credit

Open to performers by permission from faculty within respective field.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 1910 Choir 1 Credit

The study and performance of mens choral literature (Singing Pioneers - Mens Choir). The study and performance of a wide variety of womens choral literature (Coro DAngeli - Womens Choir). Open to all university students and area musicians. Placement audition required.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 2020 Music Theater 1 Credit

Music Theatre regularly studies and performs works from the entire history of operatic and Broadway literature. Students are expected to submit writing assignments periodically as part of the course structure. These assignments involve the assessment of historical, cultural, and aesthetic aspects of the literature. To receive Fine Arts General Education credit you must take this course three times.
Components: Laboratory
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 2050 Native American Music 3 Credits

This course is designed to provide students with an introductory overview of American Indian Music. Its purpose is to promote understanding of the cultures experiences through the study of both traditional and popular American Indian music, such as powwows, songs, flute music, and popular/classical artists. The awareness gained will be used to analyze social issues of identify, self-representation, authenticity, appropriation, sovereignty, and federal assimilation policies with the aim of guiding students toward a thoughtful perspective that challenges traditional and romanticized views of American Indian culture. By engaging with a culture distinct from their own, and gaining an understanding of the complex relationship of history, politics, beliefs, and musical systems contained therein, students will be charged to consider multiple perspectives and become more self-aware. Additionally, the course seeks to expose students to the evolution and complexities of the processes of ethnomusicology.
Components: Class
Cross Offering: ETHNSTDY 2050
GE: Ethnic Studies, Fine Arts
Typically Offered: DEMAND

MUSIC 2170 High Brass Techniques 1 Credit

A course designed to acquaint the prospective teacher with the methods of teaching high brass instruments, especially trumpet and French horn, at the elementary and secondary school levels, and to develop basic proficiency in the actual playing of these instruments.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2250 History and Literature of Western Music I 2 Credits

Music history and literature from antiquity to 1550. Required for all music majors.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1530 and MUSIC 1730
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 2270 Low Brass Techniques 1 Credit

A course designed to acquaint the prospective teacher with the methods of teaching low brass instruments, especially trombone, euphonium, and tuba, at the elementary and secondary school levels, and to develop basic proficiency in the actual playing of these instruments.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 2340 Piano Techniques - Third Semester 1 Credit

Third semester. Class piano lessons open to all university students. New piano students with previous piano study must audition during registration week to determine placement in the proper section.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 2350 History and Literature of Western Music II 2 Credits

Music history and literature from 1550 to 1750. Required for all music majors.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2250
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2370 Percussion Techniques 1 Credit

A course designed to develop a knowledge of basic performance and teaching techniques on the elementary and secondary school levels.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 2440 Piano Techniques - Fourth Semester 1 Credit

Fourth semester. Class piano lessons open to all university students. New piano students with previous piano study must audition during registration week to determine placement in the proper section.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 2450 World Music Survey 3 Credits

This course presents music as it is created, performed and experienced in cultures from Latin and North America, Caribbean, India, Asia, and the Pacific. The course provides the background to the musical style of each culture, and explains how music relates to history, social customs, politics and identity. Core cultural institutions such as churches, festivals and families will be studied for the role they play in building and sustaining musical traditions.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1590
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2470 String Techniques 1 Credit

A course intended to develop a basic performing technique and understanding of string instruments and acquaint students with a variety of methods and materials for use at the elementary and secondary school levels.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 2500 Topics in Music 1-3 Credits

In depth study of topics of interest to the music profession. The topic to be studied will be identified in the course title.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Occasional

MUSIC 2530 Aural Skills III 1 Credit

Singing intervals, rhythms, and melodies at sight. Harmonic and melodic dictation. To be taken concurrently with MUSIC 2140.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1830 and MUSIC 1630 with a grade of "C" or better.
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2550 American Music 3 Credits

A survey course of 20th century music designed to acquaint students with American music from colonial times to the present, with an emphasis on the musical and sociological background that affects its development. May be used to partially satisfy the university humanities general requirement.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Typically Offered: Occasional

MUSIC 2570 High Woodwind Techniques 1 Credit

A course intended to develop a knowledge of basic performance and teaching techniques of high woodwinds, especially flute and clarinet, at the elementary and secondary school levels.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2650 History of Jazz 3 Credits

An examination of the rich and varied dimensions of jazz music, a genre of music indigenous to the U.S. Detailed study of all major subgenres of jazz, including Dixieland, swing, bebop, cool, and fusion, will form the core of this course, which will also emphasize the innovations of Creole and Black artists.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1590
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 2670 Double Reed Woodwind Techniques 1 Credit

A course intended to develop a knowledge of basic performance and teaching techniques of double reed woodwinds, especially oboe and bassoon, at the elementary and secondary school levels.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 2730 Music Theory III: Advanced Tonal Theory, Counterpoint, and Composition 3 Credits

An advanced course in which students develop mastery and demonstrate comprehension in music theory concepts including: 16th century polyphony analysis, 18th century two part invention and fugue analysis, chromatic harmony including borrowed, Neapolitan and augmented 6th chords, introduction to classical forms, extended tertian harmony, altered dominants, chromatic mediants, and music theory in the Romantic era. Students develop performance skills on the piano keyboard of the above theoretical structures and demonstrate mastery of them through composition of musical scores applying computer music and MIDI technology.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1830 and MUSIC 1630 with a grade of "C" or better.
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2750 History of American Musical Theatre 3 Credits

An examination of a genre of music indigenous to the U.S. Detailed study of all major influences upon American Musical Theatre, including Revues, Cohan, Rodgers Hammerstein, Bernstein, Sondheim, and Lloyd Webber will form the core of this course, which will also show how musicals have reflected societal and cultural trends in the U.S. since 1900.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1590
Typically Offered: Occasional

MUSIC 2770 Diction I 1 Credit

Fundamentals of phonetics and sound production as applied to singing Italian and English. Instruction in the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 2850 History of Rock and Roll 3 Credits

An examination of a genre of music indigenous to the U.S. Detailed study of all major periods of rock and roll, including Rockabilly, RB, Folk Music, the British Invasion, the California Sound, Heavy Metal, Alternative, and Rap will form the core of this course, which will also show how rock and roll has reflected societal and cultural trends in the U.S. since 1950.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1590
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

MUSIC 2870 Diction II 1 Credit

Fundamentals of phonetics and sound production as applied to singing German and French. Continuation of material from MUSIC 2770.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2770
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 2920 Beginning Conducting 2 Credits

The development of basic conducting techniques and an emphasis on practical application of conducting vocal and instrumental music.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1830
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3160 Elementary Music Methods for Non-Music Majors 3 Credits

Methods and techniques in music instruction for the elementary school, stressing techniques in singing, listening, use of instruments and materials for planning and directing musical experiences.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

MUSIC 3170 String Pedagogy 2 Credits

This course will introduce string pedagogy issues to music majors and minors who intend to teach strings, work with orchestras, or learn more about the different instruments. Class topics will include: homogeneous groups, heterogeneous groups, choosing methods books, comprehensive teaching, incorporation of national standards.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2470
Typically Offered: Occasional

MUSIC 3250 History and Literature of Western Music III 2 Credits

Music history and literature from 1750 to 1900. Required for all music majors.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2350
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3260 Instrumental Music Methods I 2 Credits

The first in a two-semester sequence of courses examining the practical and philosophical, issues related to instrumental music in the elementary, middle, and secondary level. Topics building the beginner program, rehearsal techniques, and classroom management.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3730;
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3270 Vocal Pedagogy 2 Credits

This course will introduce vocal pedagogy issues to music majors and minors who intend to teach voice, work with choirs, or learn more about the vocal mechanism. Class topics will include: basic vocal physiology; different vocal teaching philosophies; methods for alleviating performance anxiety; and vocal health.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2870
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3280 Wind Literature 2 Credits

A comprehensive study of wind groups focusing on the instrumentation and literature from earliest beginnings to the present. Special emphasis is given to major works, composers, compositional styles, and programming.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3350
Typically Offered:

MUSIC 3290 Introduction to Music Technology 2 Credits

An introduction to the basic uses of electronic music equipment. This course includes instruction regarding the selection and set-up of amplification and recording equipment, editing audio recordings, synthesizer utilization, use of software for music notation, use of technology as a music classroom enhancement, and use of music applications for mobile devices. Learning will be assessed through software-based projects and reports.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 1530 and MUSIC 1730
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 3350 History and Literature of Western Music IV 2 Credits

Music history and literature from 1900 to present. Required for all music majors. Prereqs/Coreqs: P: Must have successfully completed Upper Divisional examination before enrolling.
Components: Class
GE: Fine Arts
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3250
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3360 Instrumental Music Methods II 2 Credits

The second in a two-semester sequence of courses examining the practical and philosophical, issues related to instrumental music in the elementary, middle, and secondary level. Topics include marching band techniques, program development, and administration.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3260
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3370 Piano Pedagogy 2 Credits

A review of materials pertinent to piano teaching is made and the techniques of instructions are emphasized.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3380 Choral Literature 2 Credits

Comprehensive study of choral literature from polyphonys origins through to the present.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3350
Typically Offered:

MUSIC 3430 Jazz Improvisation and Theory 3 Credits

Jazz Improvisation and Theory provides a systematic approach for understanding the information needed to improvise jazz music. The course covers basic jazz keyboard skills, chord/scale relationships and the study of transcriptions of master jazz improvisers.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3440 Accompanying 1 Credit

A study of the literature on accompanying and experience in accompanying singers and instrumentalists.
Components: Laboratory
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3460 Choral Music Methods I 2 Credits

Designed for music majors planning to attain licensure on the 6-12 choral music certification. Emphasis centered on philosophies, methods of teaching, organizing, and administering standard SATB choirs in middle and secondary schools. Special attention is given to working with the middle level student, especially in terms of voice change issues and the dynamics of working with that age of student.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3830 and MUSIC 3920 or consent of instructor
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3480 Piano Literature 2 Credits

A comprehensive survey of piano repertoire from the 17th century through the present. Special emphasis will be given to major works, composers/compositional styles, and pianists.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Occasional

MUSIC 3530 Orchestration and Arranging 2 Credits

Basic styles of arranging for small and large ensembles stressed; score reading and manuscript writing also emphasized.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3140
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3560 Choral Music Methods II 2 Credits

Designed for music majors planning to attain licensure on the 6-12 choral music certification. Emphasis centered on philosophies, methods of teaching, organizing, and administering jazz choirs, show choirs, musicals, and gender-based choirs. Special attention is given to working with the middle level student, especially in terms of voice change issues and the dynamics of working with that age of student.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3460 or consent of instructor
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3630 Aural Skills IV 1 Credit

Singing intervals, rhythms, and melodies at sight. Harmonic and melodic dictation. To be taken concurrently with MUSIC 3150.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2730 and MUSIC 2530 with a grade of "C" or better; C: MUSIC 3140
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3660 Jazz Techniques 2 Credits

To provide prospective music teachers a systematic approach for developing the skills needed to teach and improvise jazz music in a big band and small group setting at the middle and high school level.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3730 Music Theory IV: 20th Century Music Theory 3 Credits

A study of music theory from the end of the Common Practice Period to the 21st century. The course includes analysis and composition of musical scores in important 20th century compositional practices applying computer music and MIDI applications.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2730 and MUSIC 2530 with a grade of "C" or better.
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3760 Secondary General Music Methods 2 Credits

Organizing and implementing the general music program at the secondary level, grades 7-12. Required for secondary general music certification.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3140
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 3830 Music Theory V: Form and Analysis 2 Credits

A study of form in music and its development from the Renaissancethrough the 20th century. Students develop anunderstanding of the historical and theoretical development of musical form through analysis and composition of musical scores with computer music and MIDI applications.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3730 and MUSIC 3630 with a grade of "C" or better; must have successfully completed upper divisional examination before enrolling
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3860 Elementary Music Methods for Music Majors 3 Credits

Methods and techniques in music instruction for the elementary school, stressing techniques in singing, listening, use of instruments and materials for planning and directing musical experiences. Course designed for general music education majors planning to become certified in this area.
Components: Class
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 3890 Composition Seminar 2 Credits

This course is designed to enable students to develop a functional ability to undertake the composition of musical works, both instrumental and vocal, and in the process gain an understanding of basic compositional devices (e.g. motive, phrase, structure, accompaniments, styles, etc.)
Components: Seminar
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3830 and MUSIC 3530
Typically Offered: EVERY/2/YR

MUSIC 3920 Intermediate Conducting 2 Credits

An accelerated course in conducting that stresses interpretation of the full score, discipline of the baton and bodily movements, and psychological procedures.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 2920
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 4230 Advanced Conducting Instrumental 2 Credits

Review and refine techniques applicable to instrumental ensembles that were introduced in the first two semesters of conducting. Advanced techniques of score study, transposition concepts, and the handing of asymmetrical time signatures will be added to the conductors repertoire.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3920
Typically Offered: Spring

MUSIC 4320 Advanced Conducting - Choral 2 Credits

Designed for music majors planning to teach at the secondary level. Emphasis will center on philosophies, methods of rehearsing, organizing rehearsals over time, and studying stylistic issues of choral music.
Components: Class
Prereqs/Coreqs: P: MUSIC 3920
Typically Offered: Fall

MUSIC 4500 Seminar in Music 1-3 Credits

A critical examination of one area with the field of music, with the specific subject to be determined by the instructor and the needs of the student.
Components: Seminar
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring

MUSIC 4520 Seminar in Music Business II 2 Credits

A continuing discussion in the major areas of music business. Each week classes will be led by area music industry leaders who will present discussions in their area of expertise. Topics include: electronic media in the music industry; advanced sound reinforcement techniques; legal issues in the music business; entrepreneurship in the music industry; artist management and talent agencies; the local music dealers; concert promotion and booking; producing commercials.
Components: Seminar
Typically Offered:

MUSIC 4660 Cooperative Field Experience 1-6 Credits

Enhancement of the educational experience through placement of a student with a cooperating agency, business, industry or institution. The nature of the assignment, type of experience, number of credits and evaluation procedure to be stipulated in a statement of agreement (learning contract) between the student and the department.
Components: Field Studies
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer

MUSIC 4920 Independent Study 1-3 Credits

By permission of the instructor.
Components: Independent Study
Typically Offered: Fall/Spring/Summer