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MASS COMMUNICATIONS
ALL MCF COURSES AND MCM 03000 FULFILL GROUP I OR GROUP A GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL DEGREES.

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+ Basic Course

+ MCB 03400 -- Advertising in Electronic Media (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Understand broadcast advertising and its effect; plan and write advertising copy; write radio and television commercials; design and market an advertising campaign; understand the ethics, propaganda, budget and copyright laws as they apply to advertising.

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+MCB 03500 -- INTRODUCTION to BROADCASTING (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Radio, television and internet communications: their technologies, people and operations.

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+ MCB 03600 -- ANNOUNCING - RADIO and TELEVISION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Techniques of broadcasting, theory underlying use of the equipment employed and practical aspects of their proper use.
Correct voice production procedures for announcing, methods of sight reading and oral reading.

Prerequisite:
Passing score on the CUNY ACT in Reading.

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MCB 03700 -- Writing, Directing and Performing TV News (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Understanding the role of radio and television in reporting and shaping the news and the differences between these media and the press. Reporting, writing and editing newscasts with practical experience working against deadlines.

Prerequisite: ENG 01200


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MCB 03800 -- Electronic Media Management (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The decision-making roles in contemporary broadcast operations.
Traffic flow, governmental requirements, ethics, community needs, inter-media relationships, and responsive programming.
Prerequisite: MCB 03500
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+ MCB 03900 -- RADIO BROADCAST AND STUDIO OPERATIONS (3 crs. 5 hrs.)
Introduction to operational and technical aspects of broadcast audio equipment, and of the media.
Various uses of all studio equipment.

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MCB 04000 -- RECORDING STUDIO OPERATIONS (3 crs. 5 hrs.)
Sound manipulation, processing equipment, advanced editing techniques in the compilation of commercials, long-form programming and production for continuity. 

Prerequisite: MCB 03900


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+ MCB 04100 -- INTRODUCTION to TELEVISION PRODUCTION (3 crs., 3 hrs)
Analysis of the experience of television viewing through a survey of its individual components and their logic.
Television planning and coordination; set and lighting design; camera placement; lenses and angles; video control.
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+ MCB 04600 -- Media Technology (2 crs., 2 hrs)
Basic broadcasting technology skills utilized in the field of radio and television and other audio and video applications.
Topics include set-up, alignment, synchronization, interfacing of various equipment with an emphasis on professional industry trends and workflows.

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MCB 04800 -- ADVANCED VIDEO PRODUCTION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Exploration of video production for use in television, cable, computer, CD and DVD formats. Television planning and coordination will be examined through group production of subject-oriented programming.

Prerequisite: MCB 04100
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MCB 04900 -- DIGITAL A/V PRODUCTION AND EDITING (3 cr. 5 hrs.)
Video production from remote (not studio) locations with digital video cameras. Nonlinear digital editing workstations are used to transform the digital video collected into a finished piece of work for appropriate video media outlets.

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MCB 05000 -- Writing for the Electronic Media (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Introduction to the various types of writing used in the electronic media and research necessary for each: commercial, news, reports, promotional and programming material, public service announcements, industrial/educational programs, drama, comedy and story boards. 

Prerequisite:
Passing score on the CUNY ACT in Reading and Writing 
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MCB 05100 -- DIGITAL VIDEO/AUDIO PRODUCTION AND EDITING II (3 crs. 5 hrs.)
Exploration of the capabilities of digital video cameras and nonlinear editors as they apply to television news broadcast and web streaming. Students work in groups to write, produce, shoot and edit two types of new-style reports with one an on camera reporter and a second with voice over narration.
Prerequisites:
MCB 04900
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MCB 081XX -- INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
Independent study of Mass Communications is developed individually between student and faculty member and must be approved by the Department.

MCB 082XX -- (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
This course is of a topical and pilot nature and is designed to meet the immediate needs and interests of various student populations. It is offered for a maximum of two semesters.

MCB 09200 -- INTERNSHIP (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Applied work/study at professional broadcasting organizations.

+ MCF 04000 -- FILM: THE CREATIVE MEDIUM (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
To recognize the film medium as a creative art, the historical, social, psychological and aesthetic elements of selected films are studied as illustrations of this creative force.
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MCF 04400 -- FILM and SOCIETY (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
A view of the motion picture industry's depiction of and/or commentary upon various social issues.
Topics may include women, politics, war and minorities.
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+ MCM 03000 -- MASS MEDIA (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Analysis of mass media to discover the way information is perceived and influences behavior. Extensive use is made of films, tapes, recordings and video tapes to examine the message systems employed by individuals, groups, institutions and politics. Focus is on radio, television, newspapers, magazines, film and advertising. 
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COM 01100 -- MASS COMMUNICATIONS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The study of mass communications and their effects on society and interpersonal communication through both historical and contemporary views. Communications systems, including print, film, and electronic media, will be considered with an emphasis on relevant speaking skills.

MASS COMMUNICATIONS COURSES
SPEECH COURSES
THEATRE COURSES
MUSIC COURSES

SPEECH

SPE 02400 MEETS GROUP I OR GROUP A GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LIBERAL ARTS (A.A. DEGREE) ONLY. ALL OTHER SPEECH COURSES, EXCEPT SPE 01500 AND SPE 01600, MEET GROUP I OR GROUP A GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL DEGREES.

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+ Basic Course

+ SPE 001100 -- LISTENING and SPEAKING SKILLS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
To strengthen oral language abilities and improve listening proficiency, students are made aware of the nature for their language. Focus is on vocabulary enrichment, word pronunciation, attention to grammar, verbal self-expression, listening as a skill and note-taking techniques.

Not open to students at the ENG 01200 level or higher. Recommended for students at the ENG 091A5 , 092A6 or 093A9 level.
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SPE 01200 -- INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The communicator's development of self-concepts, ability to understand and project a comfortable and confident self-image.
Methods to improve and use this knowledge when interacting and communicating with other individuals and with groups.
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+ SPE 01500 -- TEACHING SPEECH AND LANGUAGE to GRADES PRE-K THROUGH 6 (3 crs. 3 hrs.)

Methods and materials for teaching speech arts in nursery and elementary schools.
Students learn to understand and work with children on such activities as dramatic play, pantomime, creative dramatics, puppetry, storytelling, reading aloud, choral speaking, group discussions and talks.
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+ SPE 01600 -- SURVEY OF SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND HEARING DISORDERS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
A survey of speech, language and hearing disorder.
Students gain an understanding of communication disorders and their effects on those with the disorders. 
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+ SPE 02100 -- EFFECTIVE PUBLIC SPEAKING (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The basic elements for clear and effective public speaking.
Practice and study in skills such as organizing and outlining speeches, developing ideas, using audio-visual materials for clarification and amplification of ideas, techniques of extempore and impromptu speaking, methods of delivery. All basic elements are brought together through the presentation of several speeches. 
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SPE 02200 – THE ART OF CONVICTION AND PERSUASION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
An introduction to the art of discourse and its practical application to law, politics, literature and science.
The development of critical thinking skills while analyzing controversial issues, constructing logical arguments in a convincing manner. 
OPEN ONLY TO STUDENTS IN THE HONORS PROGRAM.
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+ SPE 02300 -- PRONUNCIATION SKILLS FOR ESL STUDENTS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
To speak English more effectively students study the formation of word pronunciation, and the correct stress and rhythm in phrases and sentences. Practice in conversation, reading aloud and informal speech.
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+ SPE 02400 -- CAREER COMMUNICATION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Communication skills used most frequently in the professions, business and industry. Speaking logically and expressing ideas creatively. Theories of interpersonal communication and practice in such speaking situations as job interviews, small group presentations, business meetings, conferences and platform speaking, use of clear and acceptable speech. 
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SPE 02500 -- SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Principles and techniques of group interaction.
Conference leadership and participation skills are learned through reading, discussion, practice, observation and evaluation of group discussions. Focus is on how learned concepts may be applied to educational, social and business situations.
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SPE 02600 -- INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
How culture shapes the communication process, similarities and differences in cultural representations, linguistic practices, non-verbal communication, and societal norms and meanings. Acquiring competence in intercultural communication settings is emphasized.
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SPE 02700 -- ORAL INTERPRETATION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Students learn to recreate and communicate what writers and poets say in various types of literature. Through guided preparation, analysis, presentation and evaluation of individual readings of material ranging from simple reports to poetry, practical skill and enjoyment in reading aloud is developed. Recommended to Theatre Arts and Radio Broadcastingstudents. 
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SPE 02800 -- LANGUAGE and SPEECH for ESL STUDENTS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
To extend speaking and comprehension abilities of ESL students. Those admitted to this course must have a fair ability in the English language, and must be intelligible to the average listener. Emphasis is on: oral production of English language grammar, elimination of articulatory, stress, and intonation errors; spoken production and comprehension of expanded English vocabulary, and American colloquialisms. Opportunities for practice to improve and further develop spoken English through the use of taped recordings.
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+ SPE 02900 -- VOICE and ARTICULATION (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
For students with acceptable speech who wish to study the theory of voice production and the proper formation of the sounds of speech as typified by American standard usage. The mechanics of pitch, volume, quality and phonetic symbols. Assistance to overcome minor speech and voice problems most commonly found in the New York City area.
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SPE 04000 - PHONETICS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Introduction to different aspects of phonetics and their relationship to language.
The sounds of English and International Phonetic Alphabet which symbolizes those sounds. Theoretical foundations of phonetics will be explored as they relate to normal and abnormal language development as well as speech correction and improvement. 
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SPE 04100 - LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT ( 4 crs. 4 hrs.)

An understanding of normal language development including issues of speech and hearing.
Aspects of second language development as it relates to first language acquisition will be included. Language development will be discussed as it relates to motor, perceptual, cognitive, emotional and social issues.
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SPE 081XX -- INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
Independent study of Speech Communication is developed individually between the student and faculty member and must be approved by the Department.
 Pre/Co-requisite: Speech Communication Major in last year of study and permission of Program Director.

SPE 082XX -- (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
This course is of a topical and pilot nature and is designed to meet the immediate needs and interests of various student populations. It is offered for a maximum of two semesters.

MASS COMMUNICATIONS COURSES
SPEECH COURSES
THEATRE COURSES
MUSIC COURSES

THEATRE ARTS
THEATRE COURSES THA 05000, 05100, 06700, MEET GROUP I OR GROUP A GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL DEGREES. THA COURSES

05200, 05300, 06200, 06600, MEET GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LIBERAL ARTS (A.A. DEGREE) ONLY.

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+ Basic Course

THA 02000 -- Arts Administration and Management (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
This course is designed to assist students in obtaining the knowledge and skills necessary to understand, organize and develop the successful management skills of a career in entertainment industry
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THA 02500 -- Virtual Arts Administration (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Creation and management of simulated entertainment business.
Students will simulate all of the planning, development, marketing and production video, audio, film or live theatrical and concert tours for other virtual companies.
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THA 04600 -- TRAINING the PERFORMING VOICE (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
This course provides an introduction to the basics of vocal technique culminating in the performance of a song with a consideration of the performing experience itself. Students focus on the fundamentals of breathing, posture, resonance and the vocal register.
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THA 05900 -- Play Production(1 crs. 3 hrs.)
Performance, technical theatre production, stage management, publicity, marketing, run crews, house staff, and box-office management are some of the areas covered in producing a play. Students who participate in theatre production can earn up to a total of four credits for successful contribution. In a particular job for a production.

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+ THA 05000 -- INTRODUCTION to THEATRE ARTS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The various elements which compose theatre are studied both as art forms and as parts of an integrated whole. Particular focus is given to the modern theatre production as well as the theory and structure of drama. The cultural role, as well as the business of theatre, is considered as an institution in society.
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+ THA 05100 -- PLAY ANALYSIS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Through a consideration of a number of outstanding plays in theatre history and a study of various productions given these plays students will gain an understanding of the plays and appreciation of the production problems involved. Relevance of the plays to contemporary stage and screen will be discussed.
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+ THA 05200 -- BEGINNING ACTING (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Focus is placed on the actor’s instrument; mind, body and spirit. This class focuses on the exploration of the basic techniques in sensory awareness, improvisation, sense memory, character study, preparation in a role with emphasis on the works of Constantine Stanislavsky. Special attention is placed on the actor’s creative process.
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THA 05300 -- MODERN SCENE STUDY (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Study in sensory awareness, sense memory and character study for the preparation of a role. Basic vocal and body techniques will be employed to explore the psycho- physical actions, objectives and super objectives of characters. Theories of acting will be studied and put into practice in laboratory situations.

Prerequisite: THA 05200
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THA 05500 -- STAGE CRAFT (3 crs. 4 hrs. (1hr lecture, 3 hrs laboratory)

Introduction to scenery for live entertainment with special emphasis on the practice of scenic construction and installation.
Participation in a theatrical production will be incorporated when possible. Basic backstage and workshop safety will also be covered.

Prerequisite: THA 05000

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THA 05600 -- BASIC LIGHTING (3 crs. 4 hrs. (1hr lecture, 3 hrs laboratory)
Introduction to the technology and application of stage lighting, how to focus and hang various types of stage lighting fixtures, operate basic computer lighting consoles and work with lighting design paperwork. Student will apply the learned skills in productions when possible. Basic electricity and safety will be covered. 

Prerequisite: THA 05000

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THA 06200 -- CLASSICAL ACTING STYLES (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Studies in acting pre-modern musical and non-traditional drama.
A detailed analysis of the style of selected classical / Elizabethan, Neo-Classical, Restoration, Romantic Absurd and musical drama for the actor. Study of the historical period in regard to language and movement will be put to practice in laboratory situations. Students will be expected to apply techniques of the emotional, psych-kinetic systems of character development to their studies.

Prerequisite: Department permission

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THA 06500 -- SCENE DESIGN (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The fundamentals of visual design theory and aesthetics for theatrical scenery will be learned through the application of technical as well as conceptual solutions. Students will learn to evolve the design process through sketches, mechanical drafting, rendering and modeling techniques. Technology will also be integrated into course content with such elements as computer aided drafting and design and digital projections

Prerequisite: Department permission

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THA 06600 -- DIRECTING: THE FUNDAMENTALS (3 crs. 4 hrs.)
Principles of play interpretation, the directorial concept, and methods of focusing audience attention on dramatic values by synthesizing character, language, idea and plot with exciting design and purpose.

Prerequisites: THA 05000

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 + THA 06700 -- AMERICAN MUSICAL THEATRE (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The nature, elements and history of the popular musical theatre are explored as art forms and an integrated whole. Particular focus is given to the American Musical, its roots in the culture and its significance as a performing art. Through the use of historical documents, recordings, videos, guest lecturers and experiential arts and fine arts students, as well as those interested in communications and the performing arts.
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+ THA 06800 -- HISTORY of the THEATRE (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
This course is a survey of the history of the theatre from primitive origins to modern times. Through the use of historical documents, contemporary writings, and illustrations of architecture and costumes, the major periods of theatrical history are seen from an artistic and cultural point of view. Theatre as a cultural force set in its historical context is a major theme of this study. This course is recommended for students interested in liberal arts, fine arts and those interested in a professional career.
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THA 08100 -- INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
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Independent study of Theatre Arts is developed individually between student and faculty member and must be approved by the Department.

THA 08200 -- (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
This course is of a topical and pilot nature and is designed to meet the immediate needs and interests of various student populations. It is offered for a maximum of two semesters.

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MUSIC



MUSIC COURSES FROM MUS 02100 TO MUS 02700 AND MUS 03100 MEET GROUP I OR GROUP A GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL DEGREES.

STUDIO COURSES INCLUDING MUS 02300, 03000, 04000, 04100, 04200, 04600, 04800, 09121 THROUGH 096A5 MEET GROUP I OR GROUP A GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LIBERAL ARTS (A.A. DEGREE) ONLY.

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+ Basic Course

+ MUS 02100 -- INTRODUCTION to JAZZ (3 crs. 3 hrs)
Historical approach to the jazz idiom through readings and guided listening.
Topics include: the roots of jazz music, New Orleans jazz, Chicago style, Kansas City style, swing, bebop, new wave, and progressive jazz.

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+ MUS 02200 -- MUSIC of the TWENTIETH CENTURY (3 crs. 3 hrs)Introduction to the varied sounds of 20th century music. Emphasis on major musical achievements of the century by European and American composers, including Stravinsky, Bartok, Schonberg, Gershwin, Bernstein, Copland and Cage.
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+ MUS 02300 -- INTRODUCTION TO SONGWRITING (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
This course is a practical introduction to song composition. It is designed for the beginner and will deal with music notation, melody writing, chord choice, song form, setting words to music, and the making of scores and lead sheets.
Prerequisite: Passing score on CUNY ACT in Reading and Writing and MUS 03000
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+ MUS 02400 -- OPERA (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Development of Opera, its sociological and political aspects, and its rich and varied literature in the Baroque, Classic, Romantic, and Modern Eras. Renowned operatic masterworks included. 

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+ MUS 02700 -- MUSIC of the WORLD'S PEOPLE (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
A listening survey of various folk and ethnic music forms performed and practiced worldwide by various social groups. Songs and dances associated with love, war, and rites of passage; evocative forms; drumming, chanting; instruments and languages as related to the musical forms; social, geographic, historical elements and their musical relevance.
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+ MUS 03000 -- RUDIMENTS of THEORY (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
A first course in music theory for students with no previous musical training, but an interest in acquiring basic skills in music reading, writing, and performance. Topics include: note reading and writing in treble and bass clef, major and minor scales, intervals and chords.
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+ MUS 03100 -- THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Development of perceptive awareness of music through guided listening. Materials and forms of music and their use in musical literature.
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MUS 04000 -- MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) STUDIO OPERATIONS (1 cr.1 hr.)
Hands-on study of interaction and operation of electronic instruments found in a typical commercial MIDI studio; drum machine, multi-channel synthesizer, intelligent MIDI switch box, special effects processor. Equipment is used with an IBM PC to produce a stereo cassette recording.

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MUS 04100 –ADVANCED SEQUENCING & COMPUTER MUSIC TECHNIQUES (2 crs. 2 hrs.)
Hands-on introduction to the operation of music sequencing software for the IBM PC.
Students use the sequencer programs to create original music.

Pre or co-requisite: MUS 40

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MUS 04200 -- SOUND SYNTHESIS and DIGITAL EDITING (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
The theory and practices of the creation of sound.
Practice working with digital synthesizers to construct original sounds or model pre-existing ones. Editing of sounds directly on the computer using sound editing software.

Pre or Co-requisite
: MUS 04000 
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MUS 04600 -- LABORATORY in KEYBOARD PRACTICUM (1 cr. 1 hr.)
The twelve-tone chromatic scale, harmony, dissonance and melody patterns will be discussed and practiced.
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MUS 04800 -- MUSIC THEORY/EAR TRAINING (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
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course explores the musical skills necessary for performing, engineering and producing music. Both theory practice (including dictation, melody writing and arranging) and ear training (including sight singing, rhythmic and interval exercises) will be investigated.

Prerequisite: MUS 03000

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MUS 081XX -- INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
Independent study of Music is developed individually between student and faculty member and must be approved by the Department.

MUS 082XX -- (1-3 crs. 1-3 hrs.)
This course is of a topical and pilot nature and is designed to meet the immediate needs and interests of various student populations. It is offered for a maximum of two semesters.

MUS 09121 – Chorus (1 cr. 3 hrs.)
(Spring and Fall) 



HUM 00100 – MODERN HUMANITIES: ARTS AND IDEAS (3 crs. 3 hrs.)
Course explores literature, drama, art, and music in today's world. Attempts are made to place 20th century developments into an historical context and illustrate the continuity of culture.

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