Courses

ART 1012  Native American Art The course will include the various mediums of expression in the Indian world, such as beading and quillwork, weaving, ceramics, silversmithing, painting (two‑dimensional) jewelry, and miscellaneous arts and crafts, pottery, and Native American costume de
ART 1012   Native American Art  The course will include the various mediums of expression in the Indian World, such as beading and quill work, weaving, ceramics, silversmithing, painting (two dimensional) jewelry, and miscellaneous arts and crafts, pottery and Native American costume de
ART 1103 Drawing I    Development of basic drawing skills through the exploration of shape, line, value, and perspective with emphasis on compositional unity. Variety of media and techniques.
ART 1113  Drawing II A study of color theory combined with studio application. May be elected by students in related design fields.
ART 1123  Introduction to Graphic Arts Development of graphic arts processes, layout and design, copy preparation, typography, printers mathematics, proofreading, methods of composition, presswork and bindery operation.
ART 1133 Offset Lithography The basic fundamentals of lithography, copy preparation, layout and design, dark room and camera procedures, negative stripping, opaquing, plate making, presswork, and bindery operation. Includes study and practical work with inks, papers, and paper cutti
ART 1143 Composition    Paste up procedures, proofreading, layout, and advertising composition. Fundamentals of design and layout application of the principles of design, copy fitting, and planning production jobs. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?
ART 1203  Design I Introduction to design theory and practice. Laboratory experience in visual problem solving on the two dimensional plane through a study of the elements of art:  line, shape, value, texture, and color.
ART 1643  Introduction to Art History I A survey of the painting, sculpture, architecture and minor arts from pre historic time through the Gothic Period. Required of Art majors.
ART 1743  Introduction to Art History II A survey of the painting, sculpture, architecture and minor arts from the Renaissance through the 20th Century. Required of Art majors.
ART 1803 Introduction to Art A survey of artistic expression, motivation, and point of view. Designed to promote greater awareness and understanding of the visual arts through slide lectures, readings, and research.
ART 1933  Introduction to Pottery Designed for the beginning potter. Students will be exposed to every aspect involved in the making of pottery, learning the different properties of clays and glazes to completing finished pottery.
ART 1943  Watercolor I Techniques in transparent watercolor with emphasis on unity in composition and personal expression.
ART 1953 Pottery II Advanced study in hand building with clay and the use of the potters wheel.  Provides supervised work on special projects in creation and design of pottery and experimentation in glazing and kiln firing.
ART 2113  Life Drawing Introduction to life drawing with emphasis on rendering the human form. Exploration of line quality, proportion, and plasticity. Experimentation with a variety of media and techniques.
ART 2133 Advanced Offset Lithography    Operation of offset presses. Emphasis on problems and techniques of offset presswork for duplication and production presses. Related problems in ink and paper relationships. Press maintenance and supervision of press equipment. Prerequisite: none
ART 2163  Graphic Design A beginning level graphic design course. Course includes layout, type design, and introduction to computer‑aided graphic techniques and problems.
ART 2213  Design II   An exploration of line, texture, color, form, and space in three‑dimensional organization. Problems in additive subtractive methods in a variety of media.
ART 2223 Lettering Study of basic lettering forms, layout, and composition. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ART+1213" class="gold_hyperlink">ART 1213</A> or <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ART+1433" class="gold_h
ART 2443 Sculpture I Development of sculptural techniques with emphasis on rendering the human form using clay and casting materials.
ART 2561 Graphic Arts Practicum Provides students working on printing projects to earn credit while gaining valuable experience. Instruction is provided by an arranged class and two hour laboratory each week.
ART 2853 Oil Painting I An introduction to oil painting. 
ART 2933 Watercolor II  A continuation of Watercolor I. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ART+1933" class="gold_hyperlink">ART 1933.</A>
ART 2953  Oil Painting II Continuation of Oil Painting I. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ART+2853" class="gold_hyperlink">ART 2853.</A>
CIED 0113  Improved Reading Skills Required for students who have an ACT Reading score between 10 and 15 or who reach a total score grade level of 8 or above on the Nelson‑Denny Reading Test. Recommended for those students who have ACT Reading scores from 15 to 19. Students with an ACT Rea
CIED 0133 Improved Reading Skills Required for students who have an ACT Reading score between 10 and 15 or who reach a total score grade level of 8 or above on the Nelson‑Denny Reading Test. Recommended for those students who have ACT Reading scores from 15 to 19. Students with an ACT Rea
CIED 1101  Skills for Success Designed to improve the skills required to be successful in college, including note taking, test taking, reading skills, reading improvement, time management, self discipline, self confidence, accountability, motivation and goal setting.
CIED 1121  Advanced Study Skills Instruction in the use of advanced study techniques, including testing, scheduling, outlining, note taking, textbook study, and effective listening.
CIED 1123  Reading Enhancement Provides a program for improving reading skills, with emphasis on critical reading etymology or words, and speed reading. This course is recommended even though the student’s reading skill is already high.
CIED 1131  Spelling Improvement for College Student  Designed to help the student evaluate his present skills and, through mastery of a few simple rules, learn to spell hundreds of words. The computer is also an important part of this diagnostic/prescriptive self‑improvement course and a pre‑test, post‑test
CIED 1141  Vocabulary Improvement for College Students Includes a study of words in various content areas as well as a study of word analysis techniques. There will be an emphasis on the need for students to understand the relationship among word meanings, learning strategies, and word origins.
CIED 1143  Speed Reading Designed to increase the effectiveness of an individual’s reading ability. Centers on perceptual training, comprehension skills, and retention skills.
CIED 1151  Test taking for College Students Designed to help the student improve his ability to take objective, multiple‑choice, matching, completion, and essay exams. The test‑taking process will be analyzed and will include preparation for exams, relaxation and stress management exercises, as wel
CIED 1161  Comprehension Skills Course Designed to help the college student understand more from his reading. Lessons will cover finding the main idea, analogy, as well as some practice in the student’s own content area. Taped programs and practice exercises will be a part of the course.
CIED 1171  Micro Course in Speed Reading Emphasizes the improvement of reading speed while maintaining a comprehension level of 80% or better. Visual perception drills, speed reading tapes, and software programs will comprise the bulk of the course work, with ample opportunity provided for pract
ENGL 0123 Basic Composition Pre Collegiate English course placing emphasis on reading and writing at the high school level. Designed to prepare students for entry into a college level English course and to meet mandatory high school English requirements. Any student who has not comp
ENGL 0123  Basic Composition Pre‑Collegiate English course placing emphasis on reading and writing at the high school level. Designed to prepare students for entry into a college level English course and to meet mandatory high school English requirements. Any student with a developme
ENGL 1001 Communications — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit four hours.
ENGL 1002 Communications — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit four hours.
ENGL 1003 Communications — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit four hours.
ENGL 1004 Communications — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit four hours.
ENGL 1011  Career Opportunities in Languages and Literature Orients students to college life. Proper use of time and how to develop study habits. Acquaints students with various fields of Communications and opportunities offered the graduate.
ENGL 1013  American Indian Writers A study of American Indian literature, literature by Indians, as opposed to literature about Indians. Three kinds of literature will be included: traditional (composed in an Indian language for an Indian audience at a time when tribal cultures were intact
ENGL 1013 American Indian Writers   A study of American Indian literature, literature by Indians, as opposed to literature about Indians. Three kinds of literature will be included: traditional (composed in an Indian language for an Indian audience at a time when tribal cultures were intact
ENGL 1015  English for International Students Aids the international student who has some knowledge of English to become familiar with the vocabulary and procedures of English classes. It does not satisfy the requirements for six hours of English composition, but is required for all first semester in
ENGL 1113  Freshman Composition I Designed to aid the student to complete his work more effectively in all college classes and to increase his ability to use his language in life situations. An advising committee will place the student in the group which will be most helpful in overcoming
ENGL 1213 Freshman Composition II A practice in effective writing with emphasis on improved sentence structure and increased vocabulary. Methods of study include research techniques, essay writing, and effective style in descriptive and narrative materials.  The course is required for all
ENGL 2113 Advanced Composition Discusses and applied theories of style and the processes and methods of composing original composition. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ENGL+1113" class="gold_hyperlink">ENGL 1113</a> and <a href="http://etc.neoam.ed
ENGL 2123 Literature of the Old Testament A study of the different types of literature used to record the political, social, and religious concepts of the early Hebrew race.
ENGL 2223 Literature of the New Testament A study of the different types of literature used to record the life of Jesus and how others responded to Him. An effort is made to minimize references to contemporary doctrinal differences.
ENGL 233 3  Introduction to Technical Writing Does not meet any part of the six‑hour composition requirement for the bachelor’s degree. Technical literature and publications in the student’s area of specialization. Emphasis on clarity, simplicity, and careful organization. Prerequisite: <a href="http
ENGL 2413  Introduction to Literature Gives a critical introduction to major types of imaginative literature, including fiction, poetry, and drama. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=ENGL+1113" class="gold_hyperlink">ENGL 1113</a> and <a href="http://etc.neo
ENGL 2433  World Literature I Covers the literature of the Ancient World, and the Renaissance (exclusive of the British and American literatures).
ENGL 2443 World Literature II Covers literature from the Enlightenment to present (exclusive of British and American literatures).
ENGL 2533  Creative Writing This entry level course emphasizes the basic elements of fiction writing for publication. The student is given a series of handouts with course background and suggested exercises for each class. The approach is “adult enrichment”. The class atmosphere com
ENGL 2543  Survey of British Literature I Covers the Anglo‑Saxon, Middle English, Renaissance and Restoration periods with emphasis toward the political, social, and ideological dynamics as a background for comprehensive literary, cultural, and philosophical expression.
ENGL 2653  Survey of British Literature II 1700 to 1900  Covers the Neo‑Classic, Romantic and Victorian periods as related to major movements and philosophies of the times and provides a background for comprehensive literary, cultural, and philosophical expression.
ENGL 2773  Survey of American Literature I Covers the period from the beginning of American literature to Whitman. Selections are chosen to illustrate a comprehensive cultural, philosophical, and literary approach.
ENGL 2883  Survey of American Literature II Covers the period from Whitman to, and including, contemporary writers. Selections are chosen to illustrate prose and poetic form. The course includes analysis of literary types, and study of specific selections provides a comprehensive cultural, philosop
FREN 1113 French I Emphasis in this course is placed on acquiring good pronunciation, building basic vocabulary, understanding elementary structures, and learning simple conversational patterns. No prerequisites.
FREN 1123 French II A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1113" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1113</a> that develop the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday French. Prerequisite: <a href="h
FREN 1213   French III A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1123" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1123</a> with an introduction to new structures and more conversational patterns. Prerequisites: <a href="http://
FREN 1223  French IV A continuation of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1213" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1213</a> that develops the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday French through cultural readings, discussions, and activitie
FREN 2113 Intermediate Reading and Conversation I (French) Reinforces and expands the vocabulary in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1223" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1223</a>, reviews language structures, strengthens communicative competency, and broadens students’ knowledge of contem
FREN 2213 Intermediate Reading and Conversation II (French) A continuation of the language structure review, communicative practice, cultural readings, and discussions in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1223" class="gold_hyperlink">FRENCH 1223</a>. Prerequisites: <a href="http://etc.ne
GRMN 1113  German I Emphasis in this course is placed on acquiring good pronunciation, building basicvocabulary, understanding elementary structures, and learning simple conversational patterns. No prerequisites.
GRMN 1123 German II A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1113" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 1113</a> that develop the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday German. Prerequisite: <a href="h
GRMN 1213 German  III A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1123" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 1123</a> with an introduction to new structures and more conversational patterns. Prerequisites: <a href="http://
GRMN 1223  German IV A continuation of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1213" class="gold_hyperlink">1213</a> that develops the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday German through cultural readings, discussions, and activities. Pr
GRMN 2113  Intermediate Reading and Conversation I (German)  Reinforces and expands the vocabulary in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1223" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 1223</a>, reviews language structures, strengthens communicative competency, and broadens students’ knowledge of contem
GRMN 2213  Intermediate Reading and Conversation II (German) A continuation of the language structure review, communicative practice, cultural readings, and discussions in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+2112" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 2112</a>. Prerequisites: <a href="http://etc.neoa
MCOM 1011 Newspaper Production I This two hour lab class consist of members of the Norse Wind newspaper staff.  One hour per week will be spent in a staff meeting to determine stories, sections, photos, and other information for the upcoming issue of the Norse Wind.  The second hour will
MCOM 1013  Intro to Mass Communications A survey course designed to provide students with a panoramic view of the field of mass communications and an understanding of the role of mass media in modern society. Not restricted to journalism majors.
MCOM 1021 Newspaper Production II This two hour lab class consist of members of the Norse Wind newspaper staff.  One hour per week will be spent in a staff meeting to determine stories, sections, photos, and other information for the upcoming issue of the Norse Wind.  The second hour will
MCOM 1031 Television Production Activities  Provides student with additional practical television experience in the technical and performance disciplines. Participation in group productions is emphasized.
MCOM 1041 Television Production Activities  Provides student with additional practical television experience in the technical and performance disciplines. Participation in group productions is emphasized.
MCOM 1123  Television Production I Designed to prepare students who want to become a part of this complex industry. Technicians work with such equipment as microphones, sound recorders, lighting equipment, sound effect devices, television cameras, video tape recorders, stage props and othe
MCOM 1133  Television Production II An advanced course in the theory and application of all phases of education and commercial television production. The student learns the duties of and techniques used by studio and control room personnel with the use of professional equipment.
MCOM 1333  Beginning Photography Fundamental course teaches the elements of picture‑taking and development.
MCOM 2011 Newspaper Production III This two hour lab class consist of members of the Norse Wind newspaper staff.  One hour per week will be spent in a staff meeting to determine stories, sections, photos, and other information for the upcoming issue of the Norse Wind.  The second hour will
MCOM 2013  Principles of Advertising Designed to provide the students with an understanding of basic advertising principles and practices which lend to a more effective performance in the layout and design of both display and classified advertising. Not restricted to journalism majors.
MCOM 2024 Newspaper Production IV This two hour lab class consist of members of the Norse Wind newspaper staff.  One hour per week will be spent in a staff meeting to determine stories, sections, photos, and other information for the upcoming issue of the Norse Wind.  The second hour will
MCOM 2031 Television Production Activities  Provides student with additional practical television experience in the technical and performance disciplines. Participation in group productions is emphasized.
MCOM 2044 Television Production Activities  Provides student with additional practical television experience in the technical and performance disciplines. Participation in group productions is emphasized.
MCOM 2113  Mass Media Writing  Beginning course in the study of news and the methods by which it is obtained. Students are required to report and write news articles of events on campus. The Norse Wind, as well as metropolitan newspapers, are discussed and studied in class. Prerequisit
MCOM 2153  History of Film A general survey of film in our society. Emphasis on analysis of technical and aesthetic shape and growth of film. The progress of the art will be supported through the viewing of film from inception to its present form.
MCOM 2163  Television Directing Introduction to the techniques and practical experience of directing programs for television production using various standard television directing formats. The duties and responsibilities of the television production director are emphasized.
MCOM 2213  Introduction To Broadcasting A survey of the history, growth, and development of television; FCC and other federal regulatory agencies; station and network operations and their effect on society. Emphasizes broadcast performance for television and radio. 
MCOM 2223  Newspaper Copy Editing and Reporting Covers the techniques used in feature writing and reporting as applied to the newspaper. Editorials and advanced news writing are studied. Students are required to report and write articles about the campus. Prerequisite: MCOM 2113.
MCOM 2332  News Editing Staff class of the campus newspaper, the Norse Wind. Sophomores enrolling in this class usually hold staff positions on the paper. Students are taught headline writing and newspaper make‑up. The Norse Wind is their responsibility.
MCOM 2433  Advanced Photography Designed to further develop photographic skills to familiarize students with advanced photo techniques which might be displayed by a professional photographer.  Prerequisite: MCOM 1333
MCOM 2873  Radio Production Techniques   Theory and practice of communication using electronic media. Students prepare and present materials in a broadcasting situation.
MUSC 1001 Fine Arts — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
MUSC 1002 Fine Arts — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
MUSC 1003 Fine Arts — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
MUSC 1004 Fine Arts — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours.
MUSC 1011 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1012 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1021 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1022 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1031 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 1032 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 1041 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 1042 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 1051 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 1052 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 1112  Introduction to Conducting Introduction to the fundamentals of choral and instrumental conducting. Primary emphasis will be placed on score reading, learning basic beat patterns and interpretation of dynamics.
MUSC 1212  Traditional Indian Singing The teaching of inter‑tribal pow‑wow music. Class sessions will center around the pow‑wow drum and songs. Many of the songs learned will consist of music accompanying the gourd dance, various social dances, and family songs, with permission of that specia
MUSC 1212  Traditional Indian Singing The teaching of inter-tribal pow-wow music.  Class sessions will center around the pow-wow drum and songs.  Many of the songs learned will consist of music accompanying the gourd dance, various social dances, and family songs, with permission of that spec
MUSC 1503  American Music Appreciation Course provides an overview of the major areas of American Music: Early forms, Tin Pan Alley, Ragtime and Blues, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Country, and Rock. Each genre is approached chronologically with the emphasis on the sociocultural aspects of music. An
MUSC 1513  Music Literature A study of significant musical works from the various periods in the development of music. Emphasis on perceptive listening with recognition of elements, form, texture, and stylistic characteristics.
MUSC 1531  Sight Singing and Eartraining I Reading and dictation of simple melodies and basic rhythms.
MUSC 1533  Theory of Music I A study of chord structure and progression with simple triads.
MUSC 1541  Sight Singing and Eartraining II Continuation of Elementary Harmony. Study of secondary triads, non‑harmonic tones and seventh chords. Prerequisite: MUSC 1533.
MUSC 1601 Bands A study of tone quality, technique repertoire for marching performance and concert performance.
MUSC 1641 Chorus  Concert Choir A study of tone quality, breath support, tone placement, and repertoire.
MUSC 1651 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 1652 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 1661 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 1662 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 1671 College Stage Band Study and performance of instrumental literature written in the jazz idiom. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 1681 Vocal Chamber Ensemble (Meistersingers)  Study and experience in performance in mixed singing in accompanied and unaccompanied madrigal and chamber music of various periods and styles. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 1691 Oratorio Chorus Study and performance experience in mixed voice singing in accompanied and unaccompanied music of various periods and styles particularly in the area of oratorio compositions. Open to the general student body without audition.
MUSC 1701 Bands A study of tone quality, technique repertoire for marching performance and concert performance.
MUSC 1731 Chorus  Concert Choir A study of tone quality, breath support, tone placement, and repertoire.
MUSC 1761 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 1762 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 1771 College Stage Band Study and performance of instrumental literature written in the jazz idiom. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 1781 Vocal Chamber Ensemble (Meistersingers)  Study and experience in performance in mixed singing in accompanied and unaccompanied madrigal and chamber music of various periods and styles. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 1791 Oratorio Chorus Study and performance experience in mixed voice singing in accompanied and unaccompanied music of various periods and styles particularly in the area of oratorio compositions. Open to the general student body without audition.
MUSC 1831 Woodwind Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1832 Woodwind Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1841 Brass Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1842 Brass Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1851 Percussion lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1852 Percussion Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1861 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1862 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1931 Woodwind Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1932 Woodwind Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1941 Brass Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1942 Brass Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1951 Percussion lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1952 Percussion Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1961 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 1962 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2221  Opera/Music Theater Study and performance in opera/music theater including musical analysis and character projecting culminating in a public production.
MUSC 2222  Opera/Music Theater  Study and performance in opera/music theater including musical analysis and character projecting culminating in a public production.
MUSC 2331 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 2332 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 2421  String Chamber Ensemble Study and performance of music compositions written for small string ensembles from antiquity to the contemporary.
MUSC 2434 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 2435 Applied Voice Lessons A study of the technique of singing, teaching or musicianship, and learning of repertoire.
MUSC 2441 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2442 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2521  Saxophone Ensemble The study and performance of repertoire written for saxophone ensembles. Compositions of all musical periods will be covered. Enrollment by instructor’s approval.
MUSC 2544 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2545 Applied Piano Lessons A study of scales and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2551 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 2552 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 2553  Theory of Music III Continuation of Intermediate Harmony. Study of modulation and altered chords. Prerequisite: MUSC 1543.
MUSC 2561  Sight Singing and Eartraining III Melodies of more complex structure; introduction to harmonic dictation. Prerequisite: MUSC 1541
MUSC 2563  Theory of Music IV Continuation of Advanced Harmony I. Study of chords of the ninth and advanced modulation. Prerequisite: MUSC 2553.
MUSC 2571  Sight Singing and Eartraining IV Continuation of Music 2561. Four‑part dictation; modulation. Prerequisite: MUSC 2551.
MUSC 2573  Introduction to Music Appreciation Designed to give an insight into musical masterpieces from all eras of music literature. Emphasis on the listening experience with recognition of basic elements and stylistic characteristics.
MUSC 2601  Brass Ensemble Study and performance of quartets, quintets, and brass choir works from the Masters to the very contemporary. Enrollment by instructor’s approval.
MUSC 2611 Bands A study of tone quality, technique repertoire for marching performance and concert performance.
MUSC 2631 Chorus  Concert Choir A study of tone quality, breath support, tone placement, and repertoire.
MUSC 2654 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 2655 Applied Organ Class Lessons A study of registration, technique for control, and repertoire.
MUSC 2661 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 2662 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 2671 College Stage Band Study and performance of instrumental literature written in the jazz idiom. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 2673  Fundamentals of Music I Provides intensive work in basic skills of music which are necessary to the study of elementary harmony. These factors will be approached through written, oral, aural, and keyboard study. Notation, Scales, Key Signatures, Intervals, and Triads, Rhythmic E
MUSC 2681 Vocal Chamber Ensemble (Meistersingers)  Study and experience in performance in mixed singing in accompanied and unaccompanied madrigal and chamber music of various periods and styles. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 2683  Fundamentals of Music II A continuation of Fundamentals of Music I 2673.
MUSC 2691 Oratorio Chorus Study and performance experience in mixed voice singing in accompanied and unaccompanied music of various periods and styles particularly in the area of oratorio compositions. Open to the general student body without audition.
MUSC 2714 Bands A study of tone quality, technique repertoire for marching performance and concert performance.
MUSC 2721  Harp Ensemble Designed for the method of the harp, harp technique with hands on participation by the students. Will include participation in student performance, ensemble work, and solo work. Method, literature, performance, and teaching strategies will be employed in 
MUSC 2734 Chorus  Concert Choir A study of tone quality, breath support, tone placement, and repertoire.
MUSC 2764 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 2765 Applied Harp Lessons A study of the uniqueness of the instrument, teaching the body to coordinate for the technique of the instrument, and repertoire.
MUSC 2774 College Stage Band Study and performance of instrumental literature written in the jazz idiom. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 2784 Vocal Chamber Ensemble (Meistersingers)  Study and experience in performance in mixed singing in accompanied and unaccompanied madrigal and chamber music of various periods and styles. Entrance by audition.
MUSC 2794 Oratorio Chorus Study and performance experience in mixed voice singing in accompanied and unaccompanied music of various periods and styles particularly in the area of oratorio compositions. Open to the general student body without audition.
MUSC 2831 Woodwind Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2832 Woodwind Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2841 Brass Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2842 Brass Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2851 Percussion lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2852 Percussion Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2861 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2862 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2934 Woodwind Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2935 Woodwind Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2944 Brass Lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2945 Brass Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2954 Percussion lessons  A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2955 Percussion Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2964 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
MUSC 2965 Guitar/String Lessons A study of fingering technique and learning repertoire.
SPAN 1113  Spanish I Emphasis in this course is placed on acquiring good pronunciation, building basic vocabulary, understanding elementary structures, and learning simple conversational patterns. No prerequisites.
SPAN 1123   Spanish II A continuation of skill building activities in 1113 that develop the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 1113 or ½ unit of high school Spanish.
SPAN 1213  Spanish III A continuation of skill building activities in 1123 with an introduction to new structures and more conversational patterns. Prerequisites: SPAN 1123 or 1 unit of high school Spanish.
SPAN 1223  Spanish IV A continuation of 1213 that develops the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday Spanish through cultural readings, discussions, and activities. Prerequisites: SPAN 1213 or 1 ½ units of high school Spanish.
SPAN 2113  Intermediate Reading and Conversation I (Spanish)  Reinforces and expands the vocabulary in 1223, reviews language structures, strengthens communicative competency, and broadens students’ knowledge of contemporary Spanish culture through readings and discussions. Prerequisites: SPAN 1223 or 2 units of hig
SPAN 2213  Intermediate Reading and Conversation II (Spanish)  A continuation of the language structure review, communicative practice, cultural readings, and discussions in Spanish 2112. Prerequisites: SPAN 2112.
SPCH 2213  Public Speaking An advanced study of public address with emphasis placed mainly upon preparing, delivery and studying various forms of oral communication, with continuing emphasis upon the development of speaking ability. Prerequisite: SPCH 2713.
SPCH 2713  Introduction to Speech Communication     Basic course in oral communication with emphasis on communication theory, listening skills, organizational methods, and delivery techniques. Practice is offered through preparation and presentation of various types of speeches.
TH 1011  Career Opportunities in Fine Arts Orients students to college life.  Proper use of time and how to develop study habits.  Acquaints students with various fields of Fine Arts and opportunities offered the graduate.
TH 1012  Traditional Indian Dance (Men) The course will cover the basics for the male dancers of the gourd dance and the war dance, with correct etiquette concerning the drum and pow‑wow celebration.
TH 1012  Traditional Indian Dance (Men) The course will cover the basics for the male dancers of the gourd dance and the war dance, with correct etiquette concerning the drum and pow‑wow celebration.
TH 1022  Traditional Indian Dance (Women) The course will cover various dance styles for the Plains style and the Northern style with correct etiquette regarding customs and traditions of the pow‑wow. Traditional dress, moccasins, and apparel in design and construction will be a part of class emp
TH 1022  Traditional Indian Dance (Women) The course will cover various dance styles for the Plains style and the Northern style with correct etiquette regarding customs and traditions of the pow‑wow. Traditional dress, moccasins, and apparel in design and construction will be a part of class emp
TH 1112  Techniques of Theatre Touring A participation course in which students will rehearse, produce, perform, and maintain a touring theatre production. Prerequisite: Enrollment by audition only.
TH 1533  Voice and Diction Provides for improvement of voice and diction through a preliminary study of the anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism of the sounds of spoken English in isolation and connected speech, and through a program of vocal exercises for self‑improvement
TH 2011 Theatre Production Activities Prepares students for participation in theatre productions. Activities may include scenery construction and painting, costume construction, lighting, sound, publicity, acting rehearsals, etc. Open to all students. No prerequisite.
TH 2021 Theatre Production Activities Prepares students for participation in theatre productions. Activities may include scenery construction and painting, costume construction, lighting, sound, publicity, acting rehearsals, etc. Open to all students. No prerequisite.
TH 2031 Theatre Production Activities Prepares students for participation in theatre productions. Activities may include scenery construction and painting, costume construction, lighting, sound, publicity, acting rehearsals, etc. Open to all students. No prerequisite.
TH 2044 Theatre Production Activities Prepares students for participation in theatre productions. Activities may include scenery construction and painting, costume construction, lighting, sound, publicity, acting rehearsals, etc. Open to all students. No prerequisite.
TH 2413  Introduction to Theatre A survey of the theatrical art as it has reflected and contributed to the development of civilization. May be used as part of the student’s humanities hours within the general education requirements. Theatre is examined from the perspectives of audience, 
TH 2533  Oral Interpretation An analysis of prose, poetry, and dramatic literature, with practice in selection, evaluation, preparation, and oral presentation of each. Emphasis is placed on communicating both intellectual and emotional meanings of the printed page. Prerequisite: SPCH
TH 2543  Acting I Basic course in the history, development, and techniques of various acting styles. Group and individual exercises are used to stimulate the student’s creative ability. Topics include auditioning process, rehearsal problems, stage movement, and character a
TH 2663  Technical Production I A survey of the elementary techniques of stagecraft, lighting, costuming, stage management, make‑up, sound, business, and publicity. Practical experience is gained by preparing for departmental productions. Open to all students.
TH 2673  Technical Production II Basic techniques creating the visual image for theatrical productions.  Emphasis is on basic costume construction, but includes the use of alternate materials for scenery, props, and the principles and methods of state and television studio make-up.  Prac